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NFL labor talks continue as Combine begins

Posted 2/24/2011 in College Sports

WASHINGTON -- There's a week left until the NFL's collective bargaining agreement with the players' union expires. And today could be a key day. It also is an important day for players who hope to realize their dreams of playing in the NFL. Former Mississippi State standouts Derek Sherrod, Pernell McPhee, Chris White, and K.J. Wright are among more than 300 college players who have been invited to attend the annual NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

 

 

MSU's Johnson responding after suspension

Posted 2/23/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Ravern Johnson's career at Mississippi State has been filled with ups and downs. For all of Johnson's natural talent and scoring ability, the senior wing has had a tendency to dissent. Johnson has been disciplined twice this season for violating the team's class attendance policy and has served two suspensions for detrimental conduct in the past two seasons.

 

 

Strong pitching continues as MSU baseball goes to 5-0

Posted 2/23/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State baseball team received another quality effort by a starting pitcher Tuesday in a 6-4 victory against Northwestern State (La.). Sophomore Kendall Graveman allowed two earned runs and four hits in five innings. He struck out three and walked none.

 

 

South Carolina men beat Ole Miss to end skid

Posted 2/23/2011 in College Sports

COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Darrin Horn has had to play many roles during South Carolina's month of struggles. On Tuesday night, he got to play the one he enjoys most -- winning coach. Sam Muldrow had 23 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1 minute, 2 seconds left, as the Gamecocks ended a five-game losing streak with a 79-73 victory against the University of Mississippi.

 

 

Stansbury doesn't care how people feel about his handling of Sidney

Posted 2/22/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Rick Stansbury doesn't care if people criticize his handling of Renardo Sidney. The Mississippi State men's basketball coach has endured a turbulent season that has featured two mid-season transfers by players, two players being suspended by the NCAA, and discipline-related suspensions.

 

 

Cohen wants to build on solid start

Posted 2/22/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's baseball team led the Southeastern Conference in errors last season. The Bulldogs (4-0) ended the first weekend of this season without a single error.

 

 

MSU men have work to do down stretch

Posted 2/22/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The players on the Mississippi State men's basketball team would like an easier path to the NCAA tournament, but they're used to taking a bumpy road. In each of the past three seasons, the Bulldogs have had 10 losses or more -- often a stumbling block to earn a spot in the NCAA field -- before the start of the Southeastern Conference tournament.

 

 

Ole Miss men trying to find consistency

Posted 2/22/2011 in College Sports

Inconsistency has plagued the University of Mississippi's men's basketball team for much of the Southeastern Conference season. Coach Andy Kennedy feels his team has played and prepared with enough focus, but it hasn't translated into results.

 

 

MSU pounds Lamar to complete sweep

Posted 2/21/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State baseball team scored 13 runs in the first inning Sunday en route to a 17-2 victory against Lamar at Dudy Noble Field. The Bulldogs (4-0) won all games in their season-opening series played before a total weekend crowd of 10,264.

 

 

Big second-half run sparks Florida women past MSU

Posted 2/21/2011 in College Sports

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The University of Florida women's basketball team used a 28-7 run in the second half to pull away for a 78-63 victory against Mississippi State in a Southeastern Conference game Sunday at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center. MSU (10-16, 2-12 SEC) led 40-37 with 15 minutes, 52 seconds left in regulation, but Florida (15-13, 5-9) followed with its run to take control and earn a series sweep.

 

 

MSU pitchers have dominating starts

Posted 2/19/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- John Cohen couldn't have imagined a better start to the season by his pitching staff. After posting consecutive shutouts in its first two games of the season, the Mississippi State baseball team capped Saturday's doubleheader with a 10-1 win against the University of Akron. Sophomores Chad Girodo and Luis Pollorena (win) combined to pitch seven-plus innings, surrendering one earned run on four hits.

 

 

Sidney helps MSU men sweep Ole Miss

Posted 2/19/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's men's basketball team snapped a two-game losing skid and picked up the season sweep against the University of Mississippi with a 71-58 win Saturday. MSU sophomore forward Renardo Sidney finished with 22 points and 12 rebounds for his third double-double in the past five games. He scored 24 against Ole Miss on Jan. 13.

 

 

Mitchell helps Alabama men clinch share of SEC West

Posted 2/19/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Sophomore Tony Mitchell had a career-high 27 points, Trevor Releford had 17 points, and JaMychal Green 16 points Saturday night to lead the University of Alabama men's basketball team to a 69-56 victory against the University of Arkansas.

 

 

MSU women want results not praise

Posted 2/19/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mary Kathryn Govero would like to thank all of the Southeastern Conference coaches for their kind words. While the senior guard was pleased Thursday to learn another coach was certain Mississippi State would would win more games this season, the praise felt empty. It meant little to Govero because it came after another loss.

 

 

Homan keen on players improving putting; Greenan looking to overcome injuries

Posted 2/18/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State men's golf coach Clay Homan was expecting more than his team's 12th-place finish at the Gator Invitational. Already waiting on Brad Mason and Chad Ramey to return to the form they showed in the fall, the Bulldogs finished 59 strokes behind winner University of Florida last weekend. Outside of sophomore John Darden's career-best plus-7 finish, no other Bulldog broke par. At least he knows why his team struggled: chipping and putting.

 

 

Parks hopes to be consistent contributor for MSU baseball

Posted 2/18/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Of all the injuries Mississippi State's baseball team endured last season, Jarrod Parks' season-ending back surgery seemed to strike a deep nerve with coach John Cohen.

 

 

Defense helps Vanderbilt women rally past MSU

Posted 2/18/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Nearly all of the avenues were closed for Diamber Johnson. Wherever the Mississippi State junior point guard turned, a defender was waiting for her. In the first half, Vanderbilt's Jence Rhoads, Angela Puleo, Christina Foggie, Jasmine Lister, and Elan Brown all took turns shadowing Johnson and doing their best to limit her good looks at the basket. But the Commodores turned to Rhoads at crunch time.

 

 

EMCC basketball teams earn sweep

Posted 2/18/2011 in College Sports

SCOOBA - In their final tune-ups prior to next week's MACJC State Tournament, the East Mississippi Community College basketball teams closed their regular seasons Thursday by sweeping visiting Coahoma C.C. at EMCC's Keyes T. Currie Coliseum. The No. 13 EMCC men earned a 73-63 victory, while the women's team won 55-38.

 

 

Green leads Alabama past LSU

Posted 2/18/2011 in College Sports

BATON ROUGE, La. -- A terrible start on the road against a Southeastern Conference rival is no longer enough to rattle JaMychal Green and his University of Alabama men's basketball teammates. Green had 18 points and Alabama beat LSU 67-56 on Thursday night, giving the Crimson Tide 12 wins in 14 games while extending the Tigers' losing streak to nine.

 

 

Outfield will be key for MSU

Posted 2/17/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Ask anyone on Mississippi State's baseball team which component of the squad has the most athleticism and players will tell you the outfield. That position has been a hot topic of discussion in the preseason, and that's a good thing offensively and defensively.

 

 

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