STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State will wait one more day before returning to the diamond.
STARKVILLE -- Standing in the right field grass just shy of a Ford advertisement adorning on the wall at Dudy Noble Field, Tanner Allen peered down at the wording on his glove.
STARKVILLE -- Luke Hancock is no astronaut, but NASA may be looking to employ the Houston native after his final swing Saturday sent a ball into orbit.
STARKVILLE -- It's been a week since a wintry mix of sleet and snow coated Mississippi.
At 29 years old, the former first-rounder retired from professional baseball without so much as a cup of coffee at the MLB level. Now, he channels his experiences into helping his players manage the torment of lofty expectations and professional aspirations.
As Aliyah Matharu went, so too did Mississippi State on Thursday.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's pitching staff continued to toss heat.
STARKVILLE -- In a season filled with ever evolving lows, Mississippi State narrowly avoided watching its season implode in spectacular fashion Tuesday evening before a sparsely populated Humphrey Coliseum crowd, COVID-19 restrictions aside.
Before a once-in-a-generation global pandemic, before sports were brought to an abrupt halt and before normal life changed as we know it, Mississippi State and Texas Tech met for a two-game set in Biloxi on March 10 and 11.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- There's something eerie about seeing a season hit rock bottom in the center of an arena more befitting of an airplane hangar.
For 346 days, Mississippi State waited for afternoons like Saturday.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State is already seeing alterations to its 2021 baseball schedule.
Never supposed to be in Starkville this season, Allen returns as part of a trio of talented fourth-year juniors, alongside Rowdey Jordan and Josh Hatcher, tasked with guiding MSU to a third straight trip to the College World Series.
STARKVILLE -- Baseball season is upon us.
STARKVILLE -- For the third time in less than a week, Mississippi State women's basketball has lost another game on its schedule.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's baseball season is being delayed a touch.
No make-up date has been announced for the contest.
If Willy Wonka based his operations in North America, Ron Caufield might well be his director of Southeast distribution.
For more than two decades, Caulfield, better known around Starkville as "The Candyman," has endeared himself to Mississippi State faithful young and old through an ear-to-ear grin and a 40-pound bag of varying confections.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State and Ole Miss will have to wait a few more days.
STARKVILLE -- Standing alone on the left wing at Bud Walton Arena, Myah Taylor squared and fired.
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