Archive - Latest Sports
April 15th, 2015
Mississippi State's coaches feel like the team is entering postseason play with some positive momentum.
The Bulldogs finished fourth in their own tournament at Old Waverly in West Point last week, but the coaches feel like things are starting to trend in the right direction for the squad.
Injuries are never a good thing, but they have opened some doors for some Mississippi State wide receivers this spring.
Junior De'Runnya Wilson started spring practices in the "pit" or the rehab area for an apparent knee injury, but he has been involved in the last couple of weeks of practice.
Mississippi State hopes that Super Bulldog Weekend will provide more answers than questions.
One of the main attractions each spring for followers of the Bulldogs is the Maroon-White Spring Football Game.
The fans want to get a good look for themselves what progress MSU has made on the practice field over the last several weeks.
What is a Yellowjacket?
To some it is an insect of the wasp nature, but to those in Starkville, the word has a very different meaning as it refers to those who are a member of the Starkville High family.
On Monday, the Jackets lost one of their dearest members in former student, athlete and coach when Cleveland Hudson passed away.
The Mississippi State softball team will face its fifth-straight ranked opponent when No. 22 South Alabama invades Starkville tonight.
After hosting No. 1 LSU last Wednesday and traveling to No. 21 Missouri for a three-game Southeastern Conference series over the weekend, South Alabama will be just another in a line of tests for the Bulldogs.
There is no lack of confidence for the Mississippi State linebackers this spring.
The group lost several players from last year's core, but they return several players who made significant contributions and they add a few young players with a good bit of talent.
Expectations are high among the Bulldog linebackers.
Former Mississippi State University defensive back Jamerson Love was one of two people Oktibbeha County Sheriffâ€™s Department arrested in a last Thursday evening domestic violence incident.
OCSD Chief Deputy Chadd Garnett said deputies responded at 6:02 p.m. Thursday to a call at 79 Inverness Road.
It may have been a slow start of the season for the Mississippi State Bulldogs on the tennis court.
Things have certainly picked up at the end.
The Bulldogs won several key Southeastern Conference matches down the stretch, including an upset over Georgia at home, and clinched the No. 3 seed in the league.
Starkville Academy's tennis players have developed a reputation of being competitors.
Despite being comprised of a relatively young field, the Volunteers never back down from the challenge and use each time on the court to improve.
Mississippi State fans knew who was going to line up at safety last season for the Bulldogs.
Jay Hughes, Justin Cox and Kendrick Market did a good job of anchoring the two safety positions, but two of those players are gone and one suffered an injury late in the season keeping him out for an undetermined amount of time.