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January 15th, 2013

Bulldogs practice defense

January 15, 2013

When many people think of Southeastern Conference football, they think of defense.

For Rick Ray and his Mississippi State basketball team, he is taking the same approach many SEC football teams do. He is winning with defense.

SMITH COLUMN: McPhee has several stops on way to NFL

January 15, 2013

There was a time when the sport of choice for Pernell McPhee was almost basketball.

One can bet that the Mississippi State Bulldogs are glad that McPhee chose football. Pahokee (Fla.) High School, Itawamba Community College and Baltimore Ravens can be pleased as well.

Lady Vols improve mark to 24-0

January 15, 2013

JACKSON – The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers didn't waste any time getting a lead on Hillcrest Christian School Tuesday night and went on to defeat their hosts 67-30.

Starkville Academy, which improved to 24-0, jumped out to a 19-2 advantage and increased the margin to 39-16 at halftime.

Lady Titans leave home court as winners

January 15, 2013

CRAWFORD – Outside the East Oktibbeha gym Tuesday night things were cold and dreary, but on the inside, senior night featured bright smiles and hot-scoring.

The careers of Quanisha Doss, Chansity Evans, Chaurieal Jenkins, Savannah Blair, Jessica Reed and Lydia Stevenson were celebrated and the Lady Titans seniors were sent out with a 78-61 victory over French Camp Academy.

January 14th

Sharp Sword of Bulldogs: MSU freshman guard recognized by league

January 14, 2013

It's hard to believe that Craig Sword played on a sprained ankle on Saturday, especially with the way he played.

The Mississippi State freshman guard played against Georgia with the injury that he suffered against South Carolina last Wednesday.

State emerges as one of surprise SEC teams

January 14, 2013

Many people might find it hard to believe that the Mississippi State men's basketball team is 2-0 in Southeastern Conference play.

The Bulldogs ended non-conference play with a 5-7 record, but have managed to win their first two games of the conference slate.

MSU beat South Carolina 56-54 at home to open conference play and followed that up with a 72-61 win over Georgia on the road.

January 13th

Jackson wants more action with Bulldogs

January 13, 2013

Gabe Jackson and Johnthan Banks have a good amount in common and are different in some ways.

Jackson and Banks both decided to come back to Mississippi State for their senior years. Banks, who just finished his senior year, flirted with the NFL before returning to Starkville. Jackson will be going into his senior year and had a same experience with the NFL.

The new coaches look toward future at East Oktibbeha

January 13, 2013

Sam Cooke once sang “a change is gonna come.”

While Cooke’s song was written many years ago and has no relation to East Oktibbeha, its reference to hard times and overcoming certainly fits the current climate at the school.

Facing accreditation issues, the school is not only undergoing changes academically, but changes are taking place athletically as well.

January 12th

Bulldogs move into new home

January 12, 2013

It has been a long time coming, but the Mississippi State football team has a new home.

The Bulldogs officially moved into the Leo Seal Jr. Football Complex right behind the Palmeiro Center last week. 

The complex features coaches' offices, weight room, locker room, meeting rooms and training rooms.

MSU travels to LSU looking for SEC win

January 12, 2013

Vic Schaefer is not into moral victories.

When it comes to playing in the Southeastern Conference, the Mississippi State women's coach knows that playing close and not getting the job done in the end is not good enough.

Schaefer was proud that his Bulldogs played hard and found a way to lead the Florida Gators before losing a 61-55 decision Thursday night.

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