February 25th, 2015
Mississippi State tried to do the impossible, but in the end, the impossible lived up to its name.
The Bulldogs got to see up close and personal why the Kentucky Wildcats are considered the top-ranked team in the country.
MSU dropped a 74-56 decision to No. 1 Kentucky Wednesday night at Humphrey Coliseum.
The Mississippi State women's basketball team finds itself on the road once again today facing a highly-ranked opponent.
After games at Tennessee and Kentucky in the month of February, the Bulldogs wrap up the month with a game against No. 2 South Carolina. The matchup can be seen on Fox SportsNet South at 6 p.m.
Travis Garner didn't quite know what the makeup of his pitching staff was going to be when he took over as the baseball coach of the Starkville Yellowjackets last season.
He had some unproven talent in Justin Conner and Colbey Rivers, but they just did not have the experience.
Ryan Gridley hasn't been awed by the lights of Dudy Noble Field or the expectations some freshmen feel in the Southeastern Conference yet.
The Mississippi State second baseman has handled the transition to college baseball nicely in the two-plus weeks of the 2015 season.
It's just another game for the Mississippi State Bulldogs, or at least that's what they told the media on Monday.
The Bulldogs face their second-straight ranked team tonight, but this is the top-ranked team in the nation.
MSU welcomes No. 1 Kentucky to Humphrey Coliseum for a 6 p.m. tip at Humphrey Coliseum. The game can be seen on SEC Network.
It doesn't matter how good or bad the Mississippi State Bulldogs are. The game with Kentucky is always one of the toughest games if not THE toughest on the schedule.
As is the case for most teams in the Southeastern Conference, the Wildcats have been a thorn in its side most years.
Mississippi State used small ball early and often.
The Bulldogs then got the bats going in the latter innings to roll to an easy victory.
No. 14 MSU pounded out 14 hits and topped Alcorn State 10-2 in a midweek game at Dudy Noble Field Tuesday night.
The Bulldogs (9-0) had five bunt singles.
MABEN â€“ In the wake of an impending winter storm, West Oktibbeha kept it hot on the hardwood with a 81-51 Class A first-round playoff victory over Dexter.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer understands the bullseye on his team is getting bigger and bigger.
A day after the Bulldogs learned they were ranked No. 11 by the Associated Press, they moved up to No. 13 in the USA Today/WBCA Coaches Poll.
It was all in advance of Thursday's 6 p.m. tip at No. 2 South Carolina. The game can be viewed on Fox Sports Net South.
Starkville Public Works is considering appropriating nearly $7 million to address infrastructure needs for the cityâ€™s water and sewage system.
SPW Director Doug Devlin said the department is looking to split major projects into undertakings for 2015 and 2016. The department currently has $3.74 million in projects scheduled for 2015 and $3.17 million scheduled for 2016.