Starkville’s next game will take place at 4 p.m. Friday against the Texas East team, Pearland Little League.
At a young age, long before tweetstorms and self-publishing, most of us were told not to believe everything we read. This is especially true of
I almost changed my mind. Listening to the Southeastern Conference championship game on my drive from Columbus to Hattiesburg last weekend, I was nearly convinced
Jakorie Smith’s game-high 19 points and Danny Washington’s career-high 18 points powered the No. 23 East Mississippi Community College men’s basketball team to its fourth
On Monday, Lowndes County supervisors at last turned their attention to building a sportsplex on 89 acres of land it purchased in 2018, something that seemed to have been put on the back-burner until now.
Even in what was a one-possession game for most of the night, fans in Davis Wade Stadium and those watching on TV would probably tell you they watched paint dry.
In comparison to last year, Saturday sure didn’t feel like a game between two rivals who couldn’t stand each other.
If Mike Leach ends up succeeding in Starkville, this game could be remembered as the turning point. Then again, the Egg Bowl is next week…
Though the Bulldogs snapped a four-game skid, a 24-17 win over Vanderbilt at Davis Wade Stadium left so much to be desired.
Mike Leach admitted after the Bulldogs’ 28-14 defeat to Texas A&M on Saturday he’s never seen one of his teams struggle this much offensively in a three-week period.