Archive - Feb 2, 2014
When it comes to the Super Bowl, Mississippi State has its finger print on it.
This season it will be no different.
A trio of Seattle Seahawks played their college football at MSU. Linebacker K.J. Wright, wide receiver Arceto Clark and defensive lineman Dewayne Cherrington are a part of the Seahawks.
The Dan Mullen pipeline to the pros grows with each passing year.
From K.J. Wright, who will start at linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks in today's Super Bowl, to Johnthan Banks, who enjoyed a good rookie season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Mullen has found a way to get Mississippi State players through to the next level.
When Roy Oswalt was growing up in Choctaw County, there weren't many big league players around.
The three-time Major League Baseball All-Star is doing his best to be a staple in the Weir community and all around Mississippi.
On Saturday, he got another chance to do that.
Oswalt was the guest speaker at Mississippi State's First Pitch Banquet held in the Palmeiro Center.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer believes that his team knows and understands what to doÂ when it sits and studies during a film session.
At times, taking what the Bulldogs have learned during that time to the court for a game has been a problem.
Schaefer said those issues come with a young and inexperienced squad.
It turned out to be too much Self for the Southaven Chargers to deal with on Saturday afternoon.
Dontavious Self scored 19 points and led the Starkville Yellowjackets to a 61-51 victory over Southaven at the Beehive.
The Lady Yellowjackets rose to the challenge Saturday afternoon with a 61-58 victory over Southaven.
MABEN â€“ West Oktibbeha is part of an extremely tough district.
On Saturday evening, the Lady Timberwolves tipped off with one of those opponents in West Lowndes where they lost 44-40.
West Lowndes took control from the very beginning outscoring West Oktibbeha 6-3 in the first period.