OMAHA, Neb. -- The best-of-three College World Series championship series between Mississippi State University and UCLA offers plenty of social differences before the teams step on the field.
OMAHA, Neb. -- The Mississippi State University baseball team will turn to one of its least experienced pitchers tonight in game one of the best-of-three College World Series championship series.
Starkville resident Kim Dier does not believe that she is an overly superstitious person. Yet, there she was following the same pre-game routine before each of the Mississippi State University baseball team's victories over the University of Virginia at the Charlottesville Super Regional.
OMAHA, Neb. -- Kendall Graveman told the Mississippi State University coaches Friday morning he didn't feel as physically strong as he did prior to previous starts.
OMAHA, Neb. -- Go ahead and call it a divine intervention. Whatever you call it, Mississippi State University baseball coach John Cohen was going to make sure all of the religious affiliations were in his team's corner.
OMAHA, Neb. -- Mississippi State University coach John Cohen is constantly talking about Hunter Renfroe doing things on a baseball field normal athletes just can't do.
OMAHA, Neb. -- For the first time in school history, the Mississippi State University baseball team will play for a national championship.
OMAHA, Neb. -- The final teams in the College World Series feel the large dimensions of TD Ameritrade Park play to their styles.
OMAHA, Neb. -- There is never a dull moment in the Mississippi State University baseball team's dugout thanks to a group of players who call themselves the "Bench Mobb."
Two members of the Mississippi State University football won't be in uniform any time soon, if ever again, for violating team rules.
Whether it is by bus, plane or automobile, the Mississippi State University baseball team needs you in Omaha. MSU (51-18) will face UCLA (47-17) in the College World Series national championship series, beginning at 7 p.m. Monday (ESPN) at TD Ameritrade Park.
Fans of the Mississippi State University baseball program are not the only ones changing plans and headed in another direction.
OMAHA, Neb. -- Two lines in the song that plays as Jonathan Holder leaves the bullpen and walks to the mound at Dudy Noble Field say everything Mississippi State University baseball fans feel about the sophomore closer.
OMAHA, Neb. -- Three years ago, Wes Rea made a brave decision for a young man in the Southeast. Today, he feels that decision has been validated.
Paul Salazar unloaded a crock pot from the back of a van Wednesday afternoon. Parked on the side of 13th Street, in front of what was once Rosenblatt Stadium, Salazar worked leisurely as he unloaded additional items from the vehicle. There was no rush. There was no traffic. The wind was calm and the day was beautiful.
The University of Southern Mississippi is looking for a new athletic director. University President Rodney Bennett announced Wednesday morning in Hattiesburg that the one-year contract for Jeff Hammond will not be renewed after it expires June 30.
OMAHA, Neb. -- Brett Pirtle can thank his father, Mike, for getting a scholarship offer from the Mississippi State University baseball team.
OMAHA, Neb. -- The Mississippi State University baseball coaches are trying to downplay injury concerns about left-handed pitcher Luis Pollorena.
Mississippi State University baseball broadcaster Bart Gregory had a brief conversation with his father, Larry, early Tuesday morning. "I told him to pack his bags because he was coming here," Bart Gregory said.
OMAHA, Neb. -- The last Mississippi State University baseball team to advance this far in the College World Series is watching, encouraging, and hoping the 2013 Bulldogs can keep moving forward.
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