District 1 Supervisor John Montgomery and District 4 Supervisor Bricklee Miller say their fellow board members could be sinking money into a want, not a need, if Oktibbeha County pursues a new $2 million offer from former Mississippi State University basketball coach Rick Stansbury for his Starkville Wet ‘N Wild property at Oktibbeha County Lake.
A pending 16th section lease between former Mississippi State University men’s basketball coach Rick Stansbury and the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District could bring about new housing developments at Oktibbeha County Lake.
Former Mississippi State University men’s basketball coach Rick Stansbury is looking to cut the costs associated with his Oktibbeha County Lake lease, Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School Board Attorney John Hill confirmed Monday.
Former Mississippi State University basketball coach Rick Stansbury wants to jettison his Oktibbeha County Lake lease and sell Starkville Wet N Wild waterpark and its associated campground improvements to the county.
STARKVILLE — A school-record seven of the Mississippi State men’s basketball team’s non-conference games will be televised this season, including three of the first five outings on the ESPN family of networks.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State announced Friday morning freshman guard D.J. Gardner has been dismissed from the men’s basketball program a little more than six months after signing with the school.
STARKVILLE — Most incoming freshmen in any college sport are asked to raise their level of play.
Mississippi State forward Rodney Hood is enjoying just being a part of a team where he isn’t the focus.
STARKVILLE — The Mississippi State men’s basketball team will open its 2012 Southeastern Conference schedule the same way it will conclude the regular season — against long-time foe University of Arkansas.
PARIS, France — The Mississippi State men’s basketball team opened its European trip with a double-digit victory, and it concluded it with another one Saturday with a 99-71 victory against the French team Stade De Vanves.
ANTWERPEN, Belgium – Second-half dominance keyed by a staunch defensive effort has been a common theme for the Mississippi State men’s basketball team in its European Tour.
That was the case Thursday night against perennial Division II power St. Jan, as MSU flexed its muscles in the final 20 minutes en route to a 88-63 victory at the Sporthal Linkeroever.