STARKVILLE — After opening the NIT with a surprising upset victory over Saint Louis last week, Mississippi State hopes to continue building momentum that coach
Mississippi State men’s basketball will appear in a postseason tournament after all.
It wasn’t an Alabama vs. Mississippi State football game, but it sure felt like one.
Every Mississippi State basketball fan on the planet had seen this movie play out a time or two. Presented with any chance to beat Kentucky over the past 12 years, the tale always begins with an energetic MSU team racing out to a large lead. Which, of course, withers away and ends in disappointment.
STARKVILLE — So what does Mississippi State have to do to extend its season?
Mississippi State’s D.J. Stewart and Abdul Ado each picked up honors from the Southeastern Conference, the league announced Tuesday.
Mississippi State entered Saturday’s contest with Auburn hoping to continue a streak of reaching at least .500 in Southeastern Conference play.
You wouldn’t be able to tell Texas A&M endured a 33-day layoff from watching the first half of Wednesday’s contest with Mississippi State in College Station.
STARKVILLE — So, how do you prepare for an opponent that hasn’t played since Jan. 30?
STARKVILLE — Pushing No. 6 Alabama to the brink, Mississippi State turned to its two seniors on senior night in the most crucial moments, hoping for a storybook ending.