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Ole Miss beats South Carolina to set up game against Kentucky

Posted 3/11/2011 in College Sports

ATLANTA -- The University of Mississippi men's basketball team finally figured out how to win at the Southeastern Conference tournament. Just keep scoring in bunches. Chris Warren led with way with 20 points and the Rebels prevailed in a game of spurts, pulling away from South Carolina 66-55 Thursday in the opening round of the SEC tournament.

 

 

Jackson, Memphis beat Southern Miss again

Posted 3/11/2011 in College Sports

EL PASO, Texas -- Joe Jackson scored 15 points and hit two free throws that helped seal Memphis' 66-63 victory against Southern Mississippi in the quarterfinals of the Conference USA tournament Thursday. Memphis was threatened by Southern Miss' late-game push. The Golden Eagles trailed 60-59 with 36 seconds left, but the Tigers pushed the lead back to five points thanks to a pair of Will Barton free throws and a slam dunk from Jackson.

 

 

Ailing Bost will try to keep MSU sharp

Posted 3/10/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Dee Bost knows his shot has been off the past two weeks. He knows his hamstring and Achilles' injuries are limiting his lateral movement and the lift on his jump shot. But as Mississippi State's second-leading scorer, Bost's point production will be critical in the Bulldogs' quarterfinal matchup against LSU or Vanderbilt on Friday at the Southeastern Conference tournament.

 

 

Flowers' strong effort helps Southern Miss advance at C-USA tournament

Posted 3/10/2011 in College Sports

EL PASO, Texas -- Gary Flowers scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds Wednesday to lead the fifth-seeded Southern Mississippi men's basketball team to a 63-47 victory against 12th-seeded Tulane in the first round of the Conference USA tournament.

 

'Humbled,' 'hurt' Sidney speaks

Posted 3/9/2011 in College Sports

Renardo Sidney's media blackout ended Tuesday, as the Mississippi State sophomore forward addressed a lengthy list of topics about his checkered college career.

 

LB Hunt leaves MSU football team

Posted 3/9/2011 in College Sports

Mississippi State junior linebacker Michael Hunt left the team this week, coach Dan Mullen said Tuesday. Hunt had 21 tackles as a backup last season, and entered this spring as a favorite to challenge for one of three vacant linebacker spots.

 

 

MSU men preparing for two teams

Posted 3/9/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- With a bye in the first round of the Southeastern Conference tournament, the Mississippi State men's basketball team has a more favorable path to Sunday's title game. But the Bulldogs won't know who they'll face in the quarterfinals until Thursday. MSU will open play Friday in Atlanta against the winner of the LSU and Vanderbilt game. Both teams defeated MSU in Starkville this season.

 

 

Alabama's Green, Ole Miss' Warren named first-team All-SEC

Posted 3/9/2011 in College Sports

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The University of Alabama's JaMychal Green and the University of Mississippi's Chris Warren were named Tuesday first-team All-Southeastern Conference, while Mississippi State's Riley Benock was named the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. MSU's Dee Bost and Alabama's Tony Mitchell also were named second-team All-SEC, Ole Miss' Reginald Buckner was chosen to the All-Defensive team, and Alabama's Trevor Releford was selected to the All-Freshman squad.

 

 

Men's All-Southeastern Conference list

Posted 3/9/2011 in College Sports

 

 

MSU confident entering SEC tournament

Posted 3/8/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State men's basketball team's players and coaches have expressed their comfort with playing the jam-packed slate at the Southeastern Conference. But how do their chances this season stack up against the past two seasons, when the Bulldogs made it to the title game? MSU coach Rick Stansbury thinks this year's team has as good a chance as the past two when it plays its first game Friday against the winner of the first-round game Thursday between Vanderbilt University and LSU.

 

 

Ole Miss men hope to get balanced effort

Posted 3/8/2011 in College Sports

JACKSON -- To make its first NCAA tournament since 2002, Mississippi must win four games in four days in the Southeastern Conference Tournament that begins Thursday in Atlanta. A daunting task -- one Rebels coach Andy Kennedy hasn't really even considered.

 

 

Flowers, Walker earn state's top basketball honors

Posted 3/8/2011 in College Sports

JACKSON -- Former Southern Miss star Clarence Weatherspoon knows a good big man when he sees one. So in his mind, Gary Flowers deserves all the accolades that come his way. Flowers, a 6-foot-8 senior forward, won the Cellular South Howell Trophy on Monday afternoon, given to the state of Mississippi's top men's college basketball player. Delta State's Veronica Walker won the Cellular South Gillom Trophy, given to state's top women's player.

 

 

State's best basketball players to be announced today

Posted 3/7/2011 in College Sports

JACKSON -- The recipients of the Howell and Gillom trophies for the best men's and women's college basketball players in the state of Mississippi will be announced today at a luncheon beginning at 11:15 a.m. at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.

 

 

Johnson has special senior day for Bulldogs

Posted 3/5/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Ravern Johnson has been in the zone since returning from a two-game suspension. On Senior Day Saturday, the Mississippi State guard scored 21 points, dished out two assists, and had two steals in a 60-58 win against South Carolina. The performance was the third straight game in which he has scored 20 points or more points, and the sixth in which he has scored 15 or more. Johnson's effort helped the Bulldogs (17-13, 9-7 Southeastern Conference) win their third straight game, and fourth in their past five.

 

 

Swedenburg will try to kick, punt for MSU

Posted 3/5/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- On the heels of Mississippi State's punting game posting its best statistical season of the decade, sophomore punter Baker Swedenburg knows he needs to perform well. The Heritage Academy graduate sat behind Heath Hutchins in each of the past two seasons and watched him drop 24 punts inside the 20-yard line and finish 29th nationally in net punting last season. The Bulldogs allowed just 5.5 yards per punt return last season, which ranked third in the league. MSU's punting game and a ball-control offense often put its defense in favorable positions with long fields to defend.

 

 

MSU women already looking to next season

Posted 3/5/2011 in College Sports

The work has only started. That's the approach Sharon Fanning-Otis took a day after her Mississippi State women's basketball saw its season end Friday in a 69-55 loss to Vanderbilt in the quarterfinals of the Southeastern Conference tournament at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.

 

 

Ole Miss beats Arkansas to earn No. 2 seed in West

Posted 3/5/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- In a season characterized by inconsistency, the University of Mississippi men's basketball team appears to have gotten hot again at the right time. Chris Warren scored 24 points and handed out nine assists as the Rebels connected on 14 3-point shots to defeat the University of Arkansas 84-74 Saturday in the regular-season finale for both teams.

 

 

Alabama beats Georgia to improve résumé

Posted 3/5/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- JaMychal Green, Charvez Davis, and University of Alabama men's basketball team climbed out of a recent funk in a big way. Green had 19 points and nine rebounds, Davis scored 17 and the Crimson Tide hung on for a 65-57 win against Georgia on Saturday to rebound from a 27-point humbling at No. 14 Florida and boost its NCAA tournament hopes.

 

 

MSU's Carmon wants to make most of switch

Posted 3/4/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- James Carmon isn't afraid to say he has money on his mind. Most players entering their senior season are contemplating what they need to do to make it to the NFL. Most seniors aren't switching positions.

 

 

Mullen opts for change to get back on field earlier

Posted 3/4/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Dan Mullen is all about keeping things fresh. The Mississippi State football coach doesn't want players to get complacent after the team went 9-4 and thrashed the University of Michigan in the Gator Bowl last season.

 

 

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