STARKVILLE — Alcohol is coming to Davis Wade Stadium.
Mississippi State AD John Cohen sounds off on football season, construction and more in final installment of Virtual Road Dawgs Tour
STARKVILLE — As Mississippi State Athletic Director John Cohen peered across a room filled with fellow Southeastern Conference officials, a tear surfaced on commissioner Greg Sankey’s face.
STARKVILLE — The Southeastern Conference received as much clarity as it has in months on Thursday regarding its football season, announcing it will go to a 10-game conference-only schedule for the 2020 campaign in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘It’s not trending the way we want it to trend’: MSU AD John Cohen says decision on football season, fans in stands are nearing
STARKVILLE — Decision day is looming at Mississippi State.
Mississippi State AD John Cohen expecting football attendance decision around ’30-day mark,’ offers thoughts on impact of NCAA’s Confederate flag ruling
STARKVILLE — As Davis Wade Stadium sits barren inching through the middle of summer, it remains to be seen when the Mississippi State’s football home will be filled once more.
NCAA bars Mississippi schools from hosting regionals due to presence of Confederate battle emblem on state flag
STARKVILLE — The NCAA has levied a major blow to those in favor of maintaining the Confederate battle emblem on the Mississippi state flag.
STARKVILLE — Four Mississippi State football players have tested positive for COVID-19 according to a university spokesperson.
Breaking down the budget: How Mississippi State’s athletic department is preparing financially for an uncertain year in college football
Whether fans will be allowed at Davis Wade Stadium — and how many will be permitted to attend — is one of the biggest questions facing the Bulldogs ahead of the fall season.
Sources: Mississippi State planning for football recruits to arrive on campus in late June; COVID-19 testing to be conducted before participation in voluntary team activities
Mississippi State football is nearing a return.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State surpassed the multiyear benchmark set by the NCAA for all 16 of its athletic teams Tuesday as college sports’ governing body released its annual Academic Progress Rate scores for the 2018-19 school year.