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February 27th, 2015
The Starkville Academy Volunteers did not let a little cold stop them.Â
On a chilly Friday afternoon, the Volunteers took to the diamond where they defeated Heritage Academy 4-2.
Guards, guards and more guards.
That's what the Murrah Mustangs of Jackson are all about.
Starkville High School boys coach Greg Carter went to watch Murrah in action last week and said tonight's opponent for the Yellowjackets in the Class 6A playoffs will be a challenge on the perimeter.
The four senior women's basketball players at Mississippi State don't consider Sunday as an end of the road.
Mississippi State has hung close in almost every loss in Southeastern Conference play this season.
The Bulldogs were never really in the 72-47 loss at Florida in the early part of January. After that, MSU lost six conference games by six points or less.
Dan Mullen will be in Starkville until at least 2018.
Mississippi State Athletic Director Scott Stricklin announced a contract extension though the 2018 season for the seventh-year head coach Thursday night at the Central Mississippi Alumni Chapter's 'Evening in Maroon.'
Mississippi State will see a step up in competition this weekend.
The last two weekends saw the Bulldogs play Cincinnati, Miami of Ohio, Marshall and Alabama A&M.
This weekend, the No. 14 Bulldogs will play host to Arizona and Samford.
The weather hasn't been ideal for baseball games and practice so far this month.
Even though the Mississippi State Bulldogs would rather be outside preparing for this weekend's competition against Arizona and Samford, they like the fact there's the Palmeiro Center where they can go inside and get some work done.
There is nothing like the feeling of getting up for game day.
What happens when that game keeps getting pushed farther and farther back?
For the girls basketball teams of Eupora, East Webster, West Oktibbeha and Starkville, that is exactly what has happened thanks to series of winter weather situations this week and Wednesday's event, which has blanketed much of the area in snow.
Mississippi State tried to do the impossible, but in the end, the impossible lived up to its name.
The Bulldogs got to see up close and personal why the Kentucky Wildcats are considered the top-ranked team in the country.
MSU dropped a 74-56 decision to No. 1 Kentucky Wednesday night at Humphrey Coliseum.
The Mississippi State women's basketball team finds itself on the road once again today facing a highly-ranked opponent.
After games at Tennessee and Kentucky in the month of February, the Bulldogs wrap up the month with a game against No. 2 South Carolina. The matchup can be seen on Fox SportsNet South at 6 p.m.