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October 16th, 2012
MABEN â€“ West Oktibbeha could not ask for more out of their senior running back
In his four years playing for the Timberwolves, Tiberias Lampkin has managed to make quite the name for himself on both sides of the football.
It's tough to be a football coach in the Southeastern Conference.
In the SEC, more than any other league, the thought of "what have you done for me lately," seems to hover over coaches.
Auburn's Gene Chizik has gone from national champion to the hot seat in a hurry after the season his Tigers have endured so far.
The 15th-ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs are ready to put the 41-31 win over Tennessee behind them and get ready for a showdown with the Blue Raiders of Middle Tennessee State University.
As they move forward, the Bulldogs carry with them the confidence that come with being undefeated with all their goals intact.
The Hinds Community College women's soccer team has another opportunity for success in the postseason Saturday.
Starkville native Morgan Miller is right in the middle of it.
The former Starkville High School player has contributed to a team that has a 12-3 record at this point of the season. The Lady Eagles host Holmes in the final regular season match tonight.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs passed their first big test of the 2012 season on Saturday.
It was more like a midterm exam.
The No. 19 Mississippi State Bulldogs entered Saturday night with many doubters wondering just how good this team actually was.
Today MSU stands a perfect 6-0 after defeating Tennessee 41-31 in front of a packed house of 57,831 at Davis Wade Stadium.
Freshmen were making their presence felt early for the Mississippi State Bulldogs during Saturday night's game against the Tennessee Volunteers.
The 10-yard touchdown run by MSU redshirt running back Josh Robinson in the first quarter was the first of his career.
Tyler came to play Saturday and his last name wasn't Bray.
Mississippi State junior quarterback Tyler Russell had an outstanding night at Davis Wade Stadium leading his team to a 41-31 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers.
The Starkville High School volleyball team looked like it was in a good position to advance.
The Lady Yellowjackets took the first set, but Center Hill regained momentum to take the next three sets and won a 3-1 decision in the Division II playoffs Saturday in the Beehive.
SHS opened the match with a 25-19 win. The Lady Mustangs took the second set 25-5 and shifted the momentum their way.
The answers for the Starkville Academy Volunteers were all positive during homecoming on Friday night.
After SA took a 20-0 lead in its game against rival Winston Academy, the visiting Patriots hit a big play with a 76-yard touchdown run by Orien Daily to cut into that margin a bit.