Set the alarm clock for a nap Tuesday afternoon.
Danny Carlisle always said he was going to umpire when he was finished coaching baseball.
The East Mississippi Community College football team started the season on top.
As the final seconds ticked off the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium scoreboard Thursday night, Mississippi State fans could take delight in the football team’s dominating 35-3 victory against Ole Miss in the Battle for the Golden Egg.
For weeks there had been a lot of anticipation about Hattiesburg High School playing for a Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Class 5A state championship in its home city.
The most intriguing question of the prep football season will be answered Friday night.
Jason Trufant was a man in motion Monday night.
John Cohen has embraced the new age of social media.
In an era where coaches tweet out invitations for potential recruits to visit their campuses, administrators like John Cohen have taken an active role in promoting their schools. As Mississippi State’s Director of Athletics, Cohen is a visible presence at the school’s sporting events. He takes time to talk to fans and to cheer on the Bulldogs while keeping his eyes and ears tuned into ways to enhance the atmosphere at events.
The signs of a healthy program are everywhere.
Tom Anagnost hopes 2018 is the year the West solidifies its standing in the Southeastern Conference.
If that’s the case, the Mississippi State women’s soccer team will make history Monday when the NCAA tournament selection committee announces the 64-team field for the annual showcase.
The Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) is set for their big party this weekend.
Reigning state champion Noxubee County won’t be the favorite Friday when the Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Class 4A playoffs begin.
If the Heritage Academy football team has anything to say about it, disco just might make a comeback in the Golden Triangle.
Michael Kelly isn’t a “what-if” guy.
Columbus High School picked up a minor victory off the field Tuesday morning.
Mississippi State fans hoped Oct. 6 was a watershed moment for Joe Moorhead.
While it doesn’t seem possible, the end of the regular season is here for some of the classifications in the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS).
Kissing babies and taking pictures with children of all ages usually are reserved for politicians.
For two weeks, Mississippi State football coach Joe Moorhead can be spared the swarm of criticism around his program.
A team with lowered expectations can be even more deadly.
There is no such thing as the West Point High School football team flying under the radar. A state championship pedigree has made that impossible.