Coach Vic Schaefer was so disappointed in the result of Sunday’s Mississippi State basketball game that he wanted to shake the hand of each one of the 10,500 people in attendance and apologize personally,
Eight runs was not enough for the Mississippi State Bulldogs in baseball Sunday afternoon.
Despite scoring at least eight runs or more for the eighth-straight game, the Bulldogs dropped a 9-8 decision to the Marist Red Foxes at Dudy Noble Field.
Matt Sykes wouldn’t trade his boys soccer team at Starkville Academy for any other in the state.
Even though his team lost a 5-0 decision to Central Hinds Academy at the Division III State championship, Sykes was proud of the season the Volunteers put together.
After Andy Cannizaro became Mississippi State’s new head baseball coach prior to this season, he promised his Bulldogs would excel offensively and light up the scoreboard.
Perhaps Cannizaro could be a prophet, too.
It's difficult to beat the same team three times in a season.
That's a pretty common saying and one that Starkville High School girls basketball coach Kristie Williams knew was true against a squad like Columbus.
Mississippi State fans attending Sunday’s women’s basketball showdown with Tennessee at Humphrey Coliseum will have expanded shuttle service from parking lots on campus. Certain lots will be open and shuttle service from each will begin at 2 p.m.