STARKVILLE – Mississippi State University officials said Monday evening that junior center Renardo Sidney is being listed as “day to day” following the first practice back together since the Christmas holiday.
STARKVILLE — The Gavin Ware show will remain a local production.
The 6-foot-8 Starkville High School center gave a verbal commitment to play basketball for Mississippi State on Thursday in a press conference at SHS.
STARKVILLE — With a pair of extra scholarships heading into next season, Mississippi State basketball coach Rick Stansbury has added a fourth member to his 2011 class in Alabama native Roquez Johnson.
STARKVILLE — Dee Bost knows his shot has been off the past two weeks.
He knows his hamstring and Achilles’ injuries are limiting his lateral movement and the lift on his jump shot.
But as Mississippi State’s second-leading scorer, Bost’s point production will be critical in the Bulldogs’ quarterfinal matchup against LSU or Vanderbilt on Friday at the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Renardo Sidney’s media blackout ended Tuesday, as the Mississippi State sophomore forward addressed a lengthy list of topics about his checkered college career.
STARKVILLE — With a bye in the first round of the Southeastern Conference tournament, the Mississippi State men’s basketball team has a more favorable path to Sunday’s title game.
But the Bulldogs won’t know who they’ll face in the quarterfinals until Thursday.
MSU will open play Friday in Atlanta against the winner of the LSU and Vanderbilt game. Both teams defeated MSU in Starkville this season.
Mississippi State Bulldog fans; Columbus Municipal School District Teacher of the Year Cindy Ming; Lowndes County Board of Supervisors; and Caledonia teacher Terry Wiygul