The Bulldogs drop their second-consecutive Southeastern Conference game on Sunday to finish the regular season 27-3 overall and 13-3 in the league.
The Bulldogs drop their final home game of the weekend to the Red Foxes.
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Bulldogs win second game to complete sweep of Saturday action at Dudy Noble Field.
For details on both games, see Sunday's Starkville Daily News or starkvilledailynews.com.
The Bulldogs won the first game of two at Dudy Noble Field on Saturday.
A fast started by Vanderbilt proved too much for the Mississippi State basketball team to overcome Saturday afternoon.
The Commodores shot 47 percent from the floor, rammed home 14 3-pointers and beat the Bulldogs 77-48 at Memorial Gymnasium.
The Bulldogs begin the weekend on a good note as Brent Rooker drives in eight runs.
For a recap of the game, see Saturday's Starkville Daily News.
Bulldogs fall in overtime and will have to wait to clinch at least a tie for their first Southeastern Conference championship as South Carolina won at Texas A&M.
Bulldogs fall to Rebels in home overtime decision.
For more on the game, see Wednesday's Starkville Daily News.
Bulldogs see late lead evaporate to lose at home on Tuesday.
For details on the game and a complete box score, see Wednesday's Starkville Daily News.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is making the third round of spending cuts since the budget year started in July, and the fifth round in the past 14 months.