Archive - 2014
Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen has always been an advocate of an early signing period.
It was discussed at length at this year's Southeastern Conference spring meetings in Destin, Fla., but nothing came of it.
One million dollars.
A single amount of money that can make people do some crazy things, but for one lucky participant in the upcoming Starkville Academy Baseball Golf Tournament, the task required will not be that insane.
Benardrick McKinney could have been playing on Sundays this fall instead of Saturdays.
The junior linebacker for the Mississippi State Bulldogs thought long and hard about leaving Starkville and putting his name in the National Football League Draft, but after a long discussion with those close to him, the Tunica native decided to come back for another year.
It looks like there will be a reason to watch several Mississippi State Bulldogs this football season.
Through Thursday, there were a total of seven Bulldogs on 12 different preseason watch lists.
A new face joined the Starkville soccer scene.
After spending the last few years with Coerver Coaching, Mark Farmer has signed on to be the full-time director of coaching for the Starkville Soccer Association.
MCDONOUGH, Ga. â€“ The Northeast Mississippi Clippers beat the Mississippi Surge twice on Saturday, including an 8-0 shutout in the championship game, to win the United States Sports Speciality 12-Under World Series.
The Clippers, who went a perfect 6-0 for the week, are a team made up of Golden Triangle area players, mainly from Starkville, Eupora and Columbus.
ESPN and Comcast Cable have reached an agreement for the cable provider to carry the SEC Network, the Southeastern Conference, ESPN and Comcast Cable announced Friday.
If you tried to book a hotel room over the last couple of weekends here in Starkville, that might have been the message you received.
Having full hotels when Mississippi State is not playing sports can be strange for the area, but if one had taken a visit out to McKee Park, the answer for the lack of rooms was quite apparent.
There's a learning curve that exists for any team experiencing the World Series for the first time.
That's the case for the Starkville Storm, an 11-12 All-Stars softball squad made up of players from the Starkville Parks and Recreation season.
After losing to the defending champions from last year, the Storm were scheduled to take on Louisville on Friday, weather permitting.
An aldermanâ€™s attempt to terminate City Clerk Lesa Hardin in executive session failed on Tuesday, according to information Starkville Daily News received from city officials on Thursday.