STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State football season is inching closer.
STARKVILLE -- The expectations are set.
A yellow van slowly crept behind the far goal at the River Walk Soccer Complex Saturday.
STARKVILLE -- Standing along the Starkville Academy sideline Thursday afternoon a teensy voice rung out.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop has a way with words.
SCOOBA --Chase Reeves' journey home started with a phone call.
STARKVILLE -- Kevin Warren's phone buzzed uncontrollably.
WEST POINT -- The clicking of camera shutters were the lone sounds on the 18th green at Old Waverly Golf Club Sunday afternoon.
Mississippi State junior golfer Blair Stockett basked in the air conditioning.
Escaping the staunch summer heat, Stockett sat on the couch at her cousin's house near the grounds of Old Waverly Golf Club. She savored the cool gusts as the air outside reached more than 90 degrees Sunday.
STARKVILLE -- Tommy Stevens is riding high.
Speaking with gathered reporters at Mississippi State football media day Saturday, Stevens expressed his thoughts on how his game has progressed through the first seven days of fall camp as he continues to battle junior Keytaon Thompson for the No. 1 job.
STARKVILLE -- Joe Moorhead is admittedly still learning his trade.
Twice this offseason he's said he was, "getting ahead of his skis," in year one at Mississippi State.
STARKVILLE -- The U.S. Women's Amateur is reaching its tipping point
STARKVILLE -- Cameron Gardner's mind raced.
Stepping onto the field during the 2018 opener against Stephen F. Austin, Gardner looked around the bleachers at Davis Wade Stadium.
As Juli Inkster wandered the grounds of Old Waverly Golf Club Wednesday, a familiar rush enveloped her body.
The 1999 U.S. Women's Open Champion, Inkster returned to the course that brought her and Mississippi to the center of the golfing world 20 years ago.
WEST POINT -- Ashley Gilliam began the long walk back to the clubhouse.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State defensive end Chauncey Rivers is on his last chance.
As the wee hours of Saturday morning's practice rounds for the 2019 Women's U.S. Amateur began, a thick fog coats the entrance to Old Waverly Golf Club.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State quarterback Tommy Stevens was in the shower when his phone rang.
Checking his notifications, Stevens listened to the voicemail that had been left.
Even in her own backyard, Conner Beth Ball caught some flack.
Walking into Old Waverly Golf Club early Saturday ahead of her 7:35 a.m. practice round, an elderly gentleman teased her in reference to the Ole Miss garb she donned -- a powder blue golf skirt, a white sleeveless polo with "Ole Miss" embroidered on her chest and a white cap with Colonel Reb swinging a golf club.
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