March 2nd, 2015
Mississippi State's Victoria Vivians has proven to be one of the best freshmen in the Southeastern Conference this season.
It hasn't taken people long to notice what Vivians has meant to the Bulldogs.
In her first season, Vivians has led State to No. 11 in the country, a school record 11-5 record and third-place finish in the SEC and a school mark 26 overall victories.
MABEN â€“ The East Webster Wolverines are about to take a 136-mile journey.
That is the distance between East Webster High School and the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson.Â
That's where the Lady Wolverines will be going Friday as they take part in the Class 2A state tournament. A trip earned following a 70-49 defeat of H.W. Byers in Cumberland on Monday night.
Should Craig Sword make the All-Southeastern Conference first team?
Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray thinks so.
Sword, a junior guard, is the 10th leading scorer in SEC games only with 14 points an outing.
Vance Tatum had the best performance of his career on Sunday afternoon.
He was rewarded for it on Monday.
The Mississippi State sophomore left hander was honored as the Southeastern Conference Co-Pitcher of the Week.
Dan Mullen had a formula in how to build a winning football team at Mississippi State.
There was one thing he knew for sure â€“ he couldn't do it by himself.
Mullen said everyone that loved and supported the Bulldogs had "to be on the same page" in order to achieve the success that was desired.
Offseason action has been nonstop for the football team at Starkville Academy.
First up was the departure of head coach Jeff Terrill, who took a position with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, then offensive coordinator Chase Nicholson stepped into the vacant role and now one more coaching change has taken place as Tony Stanford joined the Volunteers staff.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors will have the chance to review and accept bids for repairs on Old Highway 12 and New Light Road during the boardâ€™s Monday meeting.
Living at the poverty line is not an ideal position for anyone, let alone something people would volunteer for.
Mississippi State women's coach Vic Schaefer will enjoy a happy birthday Monday.
"It sure will be a sweet day," Schaefer admitted.
The Bulldogs provided him some early presents on Sunday.
With a 55-47 home victory over the Ole Miss Rebels, MSU locked up the No. 3 seed for next week's Southeastern Conference Tournament and the 11 league wins are the most in a single season for the Bulldogs.
A house is only as strong as its foundation.
The same can be said for sports teams.
At Mississippi State, the 2014-15 campaign featured a quartet of seniors, who have been busy building a solid foundation for an already successful crop of underclassmen.