STARKVILLE -- For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began its rampant run across our shores, college football seems to be in legitimate danger of not being played this fall.
Joining a Mississippi State receiving corps in desperate need of playmakers, Shavers fills a major need on the outside.
STARKVILLE -- Mike Leach has hit the ground running since arriving at Mississippi State in mid-January.
Joined by softball coach Samantha Ricketts and track and field coach Chris Woods, Leach spent almost an hour answering questions regarding his team's return to play, video conference meetings and more.
As Hope Oakes slipped into her chair at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority last August, a feeling of anxiousness crept in.
Taking over as the Tenn-Tom Waterway Development Authority's office manager for Agnes Zaiontz -- who had held the post for almost 35 years -- Oakes concedes the shoes she had to fill were big.
The tide is turning in the Mississippi Legislature.
As athletic department officials from Ole Miss, Mississippi State and other Magnolia State institutions, along with various lobbyists, descended on the state Capitol in Jackson on Thursday, lawmakers hoped the effort would draw out the votes both the House and Senate will need to vote on a bill removing the Confederate battle emblem emblazoned on the state flag.
A host of MSU coaches and officials, along other athletic department officials from schools across the state, spent three hours Thursday weaving through the chambers of legislators throughout the capitol building, lobbying for the removal of the Confederate iconography on the Mississippi state flag.
Mississippi State has the pieces to mitigate a Hill-sized hole, but losing the Southeastern Conference's leading rusher from a season a year ago is a hit nonetheless.
STARKVILLE -- Nestled down the third base line of Dudy Noble Field and buried three stories beneath the press box through coiling wires and steel beams sits the Mississippi State batting cages.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill has chimed in on the Mississippi state flag debate.
STARKVILLE -- As Davis Wade Stadium sits barren inching through the middle of summer, it remains to be seen when the Mississippi State's football home will be filled once more.
Collegiate athletics in the Magnolia State are feeling the effects of the Mississippi flag debate.
Friday, the NCAA announced that championship hosting opportunities earned on merit would no longer be allowed to be held in Mississippi until the state flag, which displays the Confederate battle emblem in its upper left corner, is changed.
STARKVILLE -- The NCAA has levied a major blow to those in favor of maintaining the Confederate battle emblem on the Mississippi state flag.
As calls to remove the Confederate battle emblem from the Mississippi state flag have grown in recent weeks, Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey issued a major statement on the controversial banner Thursday.
STARKVILLE -- When Nikki McCray-Penson took over for former Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer in late April, a foundation for success had been set.
Mike Leach's former team is coming to Starkville, but not until 2030.
STARKVILLE -- Madison-Ridgeland Academy linebacker Stone Blanton raced through the tires placed before him.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's secondary is undergoing a reload.
Cynthia Mutch readily admits she's no internet wizard, but as the Marketing and Membership Director at the Frank P. Phillips Memorial YMCA in Columbus, Mutch has adapted to her new role as the czar of the gym's highly-successful YouTube workout channel.
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