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MSU unveils statues of Clark, Palmeiro as part of weekend celebration

Posted yesterday in Local Sports

Will Clark and Rafael Palmeiro, also known as "Thunder and Lightning," have been larger-than-life figures among Mississippi State baseball fans since their memorable playing days for the Bulldogs in the 1980s.

Mississippi State shuts down Arkansas 77-67

Posted yesterday in College Sports

Quinndary Weatherspoon scored 22 points and the Mississippi State defense shut down Arkansas in the second half for a 77-67 win Saturday night.


No. 5 Kentucky upsets No. 1 Tennessee 86-69 in top-5 matchup

Posted yesterday in College Sports

No. 5 Kentucky got the strong start it sought against No. 1 Tennessee and for a moment was blowing out the Volunteers.



Rebels force turnovers to tame Tigers

Posted yesterday in College Sports

Converting 25 turnovers into 32 points on the other end of the floor, the Ole Miss men's basketball team won its fourth straight game with a 75-65 victory over Missouri Saturday afternoon at The Pavilion. The Rebels (18-7, 8-4 SEC) tallied 13 steals in the defensive effort, including a career-high five by sophomore Devontae Shuler.



Alabama suffers home lost to Florida

Posted yesterday in College Sports

The Alabama men's basketball fell to the Florida Gators, 71-53, in Coleman Coliseum on Saturday afternoon. The loss marks only the third at home (9-3) for the Crimson Tide this season.



Roberts will represent MSU as SEC Legend

Posted yesterday in College Sports

Mississippi State's Lawrence Roberts, Ole Miss' Justin Reed, and Alabama's Erwin Dudley were announced Friday Southeastern Conference Legends who will be honored March 13-17 at the SEC tournament at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.


Minichino column: Schaefer's honesty designed to challenge players

Posted yesterday in Local Columns

It pains Vic Schaefer when he says his team gets out-toughed. But the Mississippi State women's basketball coach has been nothing but honest in his assessment of his players and his program in his seven seasons in Starkville.


Bulldogs sweep Youngstown

Posted yesterday in College Sports

Mississippi State's baseball team capped a landmark weekend Saturday with a double-header win and weekend sweep of Youngstown State.


Starkville boys, girls teams earn first round byes in state playoffs

Posted yesterday in High School Sports

The Starkville High School basketball team earned some well-deserved time off.


Rebels' late comeback bid falls short in 9-5 defeat

Posted yesterday in College Sports

Ole Miss loaded the bases in the bottom of the ninth, and its three-hole hitter stepped to the plate with two outs and a chance to tie it up. Unfortunately, the comeback wasn't meant to be as the No. 13 Rebels fell 9-5 to Wright State, evening the series at one.


Patriots pick up pace in AAA victory

Posted yesterday in High School Sports

Russ Whiteside wanted the Heritage Academy boys basketball team to push the tempo Wednesday night. That's why Whiteside continued to exhort the Patriots to press the action in the first quarter even though not many things were going right -- or going in the basket.

The W opens year with no-hitters

Posted yesterday in College Sports

At sunrise Tuesday, it was 32 degrees or, as Mississippi University for Women softball coach John Newman calls it, "softball weather."


Lethargic Bulldogs fall victim to hungry Tigers

Posted 2/15/2019 in College Sports



Ole Miss will honor Reed prior to game against Missouri

Posted 2/15/2019 in College Sports

OXFORD -- The late Justin Reed, the first Ole Miss men's basketball player to earn All-Southeastern Conference honors all four years and the first two-time Wooden Award candidate from a college in Mississippi, will be honored Saturday during the Ole Miss men's against Missouri.



Radio teams announced for Bulldogs

Posted 2/15/2019 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- On the eve of the grand opening of the new Dudy Noble Field, Mississippi State Athletics unveiled its broadcast teams for the 2019 baseball season on the Mississippi State Sports Network powered by Learfield IMG College, as well as SEC Network+.



Owls face higher expectations in 2019

Posted 2/15/2019 in Local Sports

Even before the first pitch of the season Sunday, there is one thing Mississippi University for Women baseball coach Matt Wolfenbarger knows this year's team will have that last year's team lacked: Returning starters.



No. 25 Mississippi State drops first two games in Puerto Vallarta

Posted 2/15/2019 in College Sports

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico -- The No. 25 Mississippi State softball team dropped its first two games Thursday at the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge at Nancy Almaraz Field.



Missouri upsets No. 5 MSU

Posted 2/15/2019 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Sophie Cunningham has scored a whole lot of points in her college career -- more than 2,000 of them after Thursday night -- but the senior knows when it's time to give up the ball.



Bulldogs, others welcome new year

Posted 2/15/2019 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The nearly three-year transformation of Dudy Noble Field is finished and the Mississippi State baseball program will open the 2019 season this weekend against Youngstown State in a three-game series to christen the new "Carnegie Hall of College Baseball."


Heritage Academy blanks rival Starkville Academy to win district title in soccer

Posted 2/11/2019 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE - Heritage Academy freshman Todd Sharp wanted his team to get a quick start.


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