Vicki Burnett will tell you — it all really began with bunco.
Siblings Nolen and Carley Hood, along with thousands of other Mississippi State University fans, make some noise Thursday night at Davis Wade Stadium in an attempt to break the Guinness Book of World Records mark for most cowbells rung at one time during the Cowbell Yell pep rally.
Mississippi State University may be about to host the event that sets the Guinness World Record for most people ringing cowbells simultaneously at a single venue.
Thanks to their team accepting an invitation to the Capital One Orange Bowl, Mississippi State fans will have the opportunity to ring in the new year in Miami — literally.
Cowbells make Davis Wade Stadium one of the loudest and most intimidating venues in the nation.
A Golden Triangle woman is selling cowbells in Walmarts across the Southeast. Her name is Lisa Ulmer and it began via a fundraiser for her daughter.
STARKVILLE — Mitchell Memorial Library’s latest exhibit pays homage to the cowbell, one of MSU’s most beloved traditions. Located on the second floor of the
A weekend assault has left one man in a medically-induced coma and investigators searching for details.
East Mississippi Community College’s marketing students are looking for local performers to compete in StarStruck, an annual talent competition celebrating its third anniversary. The show is set for Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. at Cowbells Sports Grill in Starkville.
DESTIN, Fla. — The cowbell is safe in Davis Wade Stadium for another year.
Today, Southeastern Conference school presidents voted in favor of extending the ammended artificial noisemaker policy by another year to allow Mississippi State fans to bring cowbells in to Davis Wade Stadium and ring them at designated times.
MSU director of athletics Scott Stricklin wouldn’t divulge how the voting breakdown but said there was “overwhelming” support for MSU’s longest sporting tradition.