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HOOVER, Ala. â€“ It had been a while since Mississippi State or Missouri had scored a run.
The Bulldogs broke the streak with a run in the 17th inning.
The No. 18 (Collegiate Baseball) Bulldogs edged the Missouri Tigers 2-1 in a 17-inning marathon in the first round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament.Â
Mississippi State fans have grown to like regionals in Starkville, and why shouldn't they?
Dudy Noble Field offers one of the best venues in the nation to watch college baseball, and when postseason games can be seen from Left Field Lounge, it brings out a huge amount of Bulldog fans.
HOOVER, Ala. â€“ Alabama and Auburn have one of the most fierce rivalries in the nation.
On Tuesday, the two teams faced off in the first round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament for the first time since 2010.
The No. 7 seed Crimson Tide scored three runs in the eighth inning to take a 6-3 win over the No. 10 seed Tigers and sent them home in front of 7,421.
It has been a little over a year since Starkville High School athletic director Stan Miller has had to look for a baseball coach.
After Brian Jones announced his resignation on Monday to take the same position at Pearl, Miller was ready to begin that process again as well as wish his former coach well.
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It has been about two weeks since the first year of the coach Brian Jones era ended with the Starkville High School baseball team.
That era will only consist of one season.
On Monday night, Jones revealed that he has taken the same position with the Pearl High School Pirates.
John Cohen spent several years in Columbia, Mo. as a graduate assistant and an assistant coach.
Today the fifth-year Mississippi State head coach will be reunited with his former boss, this time in Hoover, Ala.
Hunter Renfroe brought a great amount of talent with him when he came to Mississippi State.
In his junior season, the Crystal Springs native showcased it, as he helped lead the Bulldogs to their first 40-win regular season since 1997.
This year's seven-member senior class of the Mississippi State baseball team are a close knit group.
Those Bulldog seniors are two solid catchers in Nick Ammirati and Mitch Slauter, pitchers Kendall Graveman, Luis Pollorena and Chad Girodo, first baseman and designated hitter Trey Porter and infielder Sam Frost.
All have contributed in some way to MSU's first 40-win regular season since 1997.
The Mississippi State women's golf team is in uncharted territory.
The No. 40 (GolfStat) Lady Bulldogs are making their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Championships starting today in Athens, Ga.
Mississippi State head coach John Cohen doesn't claim to be an expert when it comes to picking the 64 teams that will play in the NCAA Tournament.
Even more, he doesn't know what the selection committee is going to think about MSU's hosting chances.