STARKVILLE -- Decamerion Richardson's athleticism has never been questioned.
STARKVILLE -- KN'isha Godfrey snagged a writing utensil and a sheet of paper. With a flurry of swift strokes, she began scribbling her thoughts.
Whether fans will be allowed at Davis Wade Stadium -- and how many will be permitted to attend -- is one of the biggest questions facing the Bulldogs ahead of the fall season.
Basketball player Branden Stevenson and tennis player Jacob Davis will be continuing their athletic careers.
The 2021 Bulldogs pledge earned the honor Thursday as the best prep player in the state of Kentucky.
With five freshmen and three transfers in the fold, the Bulldogs will boast a completely new look from a 2019 team that won just two SEC matches last season.
Mississippi State football is nearing a return.
STARKVILLE -- Perched in the middle of the field in the midst of a workout, 2021 Mississippi State commit Marshall Nichols took off running.
Senior Fa Leilua and freshman Celeste Soliz know they're in unique positions, and they want to be good role models to younger family members who might be looking to walk the trails they've blazed.
STARKVILLE -- Nikki McCray-Penson earned her biggest pledge of the offseason Tuesday as five-star guard Madison Hayes announced her intention to stick with her commitment to Mississippi State via Twitter.
Brett White tried his best to put Booger Brooks behind him before Sunday night's Late Model Sportsman feature race at Magnolia Motor Speedway even began.
Making his most recent trip from one job to the next, Miller, his wife, Megan, and daughters Madison, 10, and Mallory, 7, spent four days crossing 12 states as the family moved from Pullman, Washington, to Starkville for Mason's new post coaching the offensive line at MSU.
STARKVILLE -- The 2020 Egg Bowl received a jolt of energy Saturday morning as Mississippi State rising sophomore corner Jarrian Jones announced his intention to transfer to Ole Miss.
STARKVILLE -- Sports are nearing their return.
The decision comes with significant restrictions as the MHSAA tries to mitigate the spread of the virus.
With sports canceled, schoolwork has become "the star of the show," Mississippi State Assistant Director of Athletic Academic Support Services Sawyer Bowering said.
Neither the Owls nor the Lions have any plans to discontinue athletic programs due to COVID-19, a step taken by several Division I schools in the past two weeks.
On Tuesday, the soccer and football player was named one of 16 seniors in the state to be named a Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athlete. The MHSAA award includes a $1,500 scholarship.
STARKVILLE -- Logan Burnett stood on the pavement outside his suburban Birmingham home and fired a pass down the street. There a neighbor corralled the ball from the one-time Mississippi State walk-on, tight spiral and all.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's offseason football roster continues to shed weight.