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November 25th, 2014
Eliminate the run back on a kickoff.
As East Webster progresses further into the postseason, that has become more and more of the goal. Luckily for the Wolverines, they have a player who can do just that in the form of kicker-punter Tyler Cosby.
Commanding might be the only way to describe the Mississippi State women's basketball performance Tuesday.
After holding the University of Louisiana Monroe to under double digits for much of the first half, the Bulldogs walked off the Humphrey Coliseum court with an 80-46 victory.
Rick Ray is off to his best start as the Mississippi State head coach.
The Bulldogs moved to 4-0 for the first time since the 2010-11 season as they struggled to a 59-46 victory over Clayton State at Humphrey Coliseum Monday evening.
Mississippi's biggest rivalry has always meant a good bit to people of this state.
The Egg Bowl, which pits Mississippi State against Ole Miss in football, will be battled for the 111th time Saturday afternoon in Oxford. The first time the Golden Egg Trophy was awarded was in 1927.
Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer continues to move the women's basketball program in the right direction.
After the Bulldogs defeated Western Kentucky 88-77 on Sunday to claim the championship of the Preseason Women's National Invitational Tournament, they earned a spot in The Associated Press poll at No. 25 on Monday.
Magnolia State sports have always been some of the best in the nation.Â
On Monday, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame Executive Director Rick Cleveland stood in front of the Starkville Rotary Club to discuss that very subject as well as give his thoughts on the pinnacle of Mississippi sporting events â€“ the Battle for the Golden Egg.
The game was on the line for the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Sunday against Western Kentucky.
That's when MSU freshman guard Morgan William went to the line and started hitting free throws.
Each member of the Mississippi State women's basketball team took their turn cutting down the net Sunday afternoon.
The Bulldogs defeated the Western Kentucky Lady Toppers 88-77 to capture the championship of the Preseason Women's National Invitational Tournament and they were going to savor the moment.
That phrase was the big topic of conversation after the College Football Playoff committee released its rankings last Tuesday. Essentially, game control is a stat by ESPN to describe how a team wins and how a team looks doing it.
The Mississippi State volleyball team got off to a bit of a slow start on Sunday.
It wasn't a good way to proceed against one of the best teams in the country.
The Bulldogs were unable to overcome the early deficit as they fell to No. 15 Kentucky in three straight sets (10-25, 15-25, 22-25).