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It has been a while since Mississippi State has played in the friendly confines of Humphrey Coliseum.Â
The last time was 23 days ago when the Bulldogs beat Clayton State on Nov. 24. Since that time, MSU has played two neutral site games and two true road games. They are 1-3 in those contest and have lost three in a row.
It all happens with a purpose in mind.
As the Mississippi State women's basketball team is in the midst of playing six gams in 10 days, coach Vic Schaefer says there's no better way to prepare for the schedule that postseason brings.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs are in the midst of six-game stretch in 10 days.
It started last Thursday and ends this coming Sunday with a game in a Las Vegas tournament. Entering Monday night's game, the Bulldogs were two games deep and coming off a victory over Southern Miss Sunday afternoon on the road.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs have had a busy two days and it's about to get even busier.
After traveling for a game at Southern Mississippi on Sunday, the MSU women made it back in town and got up for Monday's HailState Hoops Luncheon, then played Mississippi Valley State Monday night.
Mississippi State was already thin at the safety position entering the Egg Bowl against Ole Miss in the regular season finale.
The Bulldogs lost another safety. Junior Kendrick Market suffered an Achilles injury in the first half of that game that will sideline him for the Capital One Orange Bowl against Georgia Tech on New Year's Eve.
MABEN â€“ A change in schedule may have only provided a boys game on Monday night at East Webster High School, but those in attendance got the most out of their money as the Wolverines and Winona Tigers went into overtime.
From beginning to the very end, it was a tight contest that came down to Winona leaving with a 57-52 victory.
At least three Mississippi State Bulldogs will have an interesting decision to make before the middle of January.
MSU underclassmen Dak Prescott, Benardrick McKinney and Josh Robinson filed papers with the National Football League to see what round they would be drafted in if they came out this year.
HATTIESBURG â€“ Undefeated.Â
That is how No. 22 Mississippi State Bulldogs arrived at the University of Southern Mississippi and that is exactly how the Bulldogs left after defeating the Golden Eagles 73-46.
It's like chasing a home run record in baseball or a touchdown record in football.
Bowling a perfect game is not an easy thing to accomplish.
For Starkville High School junior Cody Prewitt, he came real close last Tuesday.
Prewitt was as hot on the lanes as he has ever been during his career with the Yellowjackets and scored a 287 during a meet at Corinth.
Geoff Collins is busy getting himself ready for a tough offense that the Mississippi State Bulldogs haven't seen at all this year.
The MSU defensive coordinator faces the triple option attack of Georgia Tech as the two teams will square off in the Capital One Orange Bowl on New Year's Eve in Miami.