Archive - Oct 2012
There's an old adage in football, you must win the battle in the trenches in order to win the game.Â
On Saturday, the Mississippi State Bulldogs found out just how true that saying is as the Crimson Tide dominated the line of scrimmage early setting the tone for the lopsided 38-7 Alabama victory.Â
The Mississippi State Bulldogs took their win streak on the road to Tuscaloosa feeling they were inching closer to the top of the nation's top conference.
Regardless of Saturday's 38-7 loss to the Crimson Tide, there are still some impressive notesthat will make MSU fans proud.Â
The Bulldogsâ 7-1 start is the best start through eight games since 1999 (8-0).
Mississippi State fans believe in their undefeated and 12th-ranked Bulldogs.
Entering tonight's Southeastern Conference Western Division battle against the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide, the support has been incredible.
There weren't many who gave the Mississippi State Bulldogs much of a chance to defeat the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide, led by legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, in 1980.
The mere presence of Bryant leaning upon the goalpost prior to games was enough to intimidate opponents, which was often the case during the incredible stretch Alabama enjoyed in those days.
JACKSON â The Starkville Yellowjackets laid claim to the Class 5A, Region 2, District 6 championship for the second consecutive season.
With Friday night's 34-16 win over the Callaway Chargers, Starkville coach Jamie Mitchell was glad to say that his program had secured another title.
It wasn't exactly the way the Starkville Academy Volunteers wanted to close the regular season.
With the playoffs looming next week, Starkville Academy dropped a 31-14 senior-night battle with the Presbyterian Christian School Bobcats.
MABEN â The Eupora Eagles were far from winning a district title at the end of the 2011 season.
Friday night that all changed.
The Eagles beat the homestanding East Webster Wolverines 37-7 to win the Class 2A, Region 2, District 4 championship.
MABEN â West Oktibbeha was looking to keep their perfect Class A, Region 3 record intact when they lined up with Noxapater on Friday night.
On the other side of the football, defending Class A State Champion Noxapater was looking for the same thing and when all was done, the Tigers achieved the goal of perfection and left with a 57-6 victory.
Two Starkville School District schools will serve as examples for others in Mississippi seeking to promote good behavior and discourage bad behavior from students.
Mississippi State University entomologist Frank Davis and the Insect Rearing Workshop he coordinates are slated to appear on the nationally syndicated newsmagazine show âAmerica Nowâ on April 2, 2013.