Articles by Theo DeRosa
STARKVILLE — Chris Lemonis didn’t keep the baseball long. When first baseman Luke Hancock presented his head coach with the pearl used to record the
Mississippi State was 1-3 when it was shut out 41-0 by eventual national champion Alabama last Halloween in Tuscaloosa. This year, the Bulldogs meet the
STARKVILLE — Charles Cross has his order down at Moe’s Original BBQ. When the Mississippi State left tackle and his fellow offensive linemen are treated
The 2021-22 season was supposed to be an opportunity for Nikki McCray-Penson to prove she belongs in the elite coaching ranks in women’s college basketball.
Name, image and likeness became the law of the land in college athletics July 1. Since then, plenty of Mississippi State athletes have taken advantage
The Bulldogs will head to Nashville for an Oct. 23 contest.
The sophomore goalkeeper is one of the best at her position in the country, according to teammates and coaches.
CALEDONIA — Not far from the corner of the north end zone, Caledonia tailback Darrius Triplett huddled with his family, waiting for his teammate to
The Mississippi State football team got back into the win column in a big way Saturday night in College Station, Texas. The Bulldogs (3-2, 1-1
‘The strongest kid I know:’ Shania Cromartie’s battle for breakout stardom with Mississippi State volleyball
Cromartie tore her ACL, MCL and meniscus in one fell swoop in March 2020. Two weeks ago, she won the SEC player of the week and offensive player of the week awards.
The Bulldogs finished the 2021 season at 18-15, 8-10 SEC.
The Bulldogs (3-2) will face the Crimson Tide (5-0) on Oct. 16 at Davis Wade Stadium.
The Cal transfer wide receiver caught two touchdown passes as the Bulldogs took down the Aggies, 26-22.
Among the fray, Will Rogers sought out his mother in the first row of the stands. The Mississippi State quarterback pushed through teammates, coaches and
The Bulldogs and Aggies meet at Kyle Field in College Station.
Green played for Texas for three seasons before transferring this winter. He followed safeties coach Jason Washington from Austin to Starkville.
Mississippi State hits the road in Southeastern Conference play for the first time this season. The Bulldogs (2-2) will play No. 15 Texas A&M (3-1)
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State’s run defense ranks in the top 10 in the nation. Texas A&M’s rushing offense is solidly middle of the pack thanks
On average, only six offenses in the country have the ball more often than Mississippi State does. And head coach Mike Leach could not care
Texas A&M football coach Jimbo Fisher has a clear objective as his Aggies rebound from their first loss of the season Saturday against Arkansas. “We