Archive - Nov 2013
No one has ever questioned how important the Egg Bowl is to Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen.
From day one, he has made a point to make his feelings known about the Magnolia State rivalry.Â
On Wednesday, Mullen took it to another level for his Bulldogs.
"(The players) would rather win this game than go to a bowl game," Mullen said on Wednesday's Southeastern Conference teleconference.Â
The Starkville Yellowjackets fell short of their goal in winning their second-straight footballÂ state championship this season.
That doesn't mean that coach Jamie Mitchell is any less proud of what his team was able to accomplish.
Starkville finished with a 9-4 overall record and 6-1 in Class 6A, Region 2 that was good for second place.
It appeared that the Mississippi State men's basketball team had already mentally checked out, and were getting ready for its Thanksgiving meal.
It nearly cost the Bulldogs a game.
MSU pulled together in the second half as it survived upset-minded Jackson State 58-56 Wednesday afternoon inside Humphrey Coliseum.
Volleyball player Dani McCree came for an official visit to Mississippi State a few short years ago.
Upon their arrival, her mom Dana told her do not commit until you have seen everything, but it did not take much for McCree to fall in love with her future home.
Starkville Board of Aldermen unanimously accepted embattled Starkville Police Chief David Lindleyâ€™s letter of retirement during a called meeting Tuesday afternoon.
The board placed Lindley on administrative leave with pay on Friday after another called meeting. Lindley was to remain on leave while the city conducted an investigation.
After 18 years of service, Oktibbeha County Administrator Don Posey is retiring.
Posey, 71, said heâ€™d grappled with the decision for some time, and finally decided it was time to move on.
Bart Wood, general manager for The Little Dooey in Starkville, is offering his employees a trade.
After starting 3-0, Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray felt his team had developed big heads.
Last season saw a Bulldog team lose more than they won, and the 3-0 start was a welcomed start.
MSU was brought back down to reality after an 87-68 loss to Utah State on the road on Saturday.
It was not a good first 4 minutes of Tuesday night's basketball game for the Mississippi State women.
The Bulldogs had only scored six points during that stretch and trailed visiting Savannah State Tigers 7-6.
With a trip to Naples, Fla., looming and a bus ride to Birmingham, Ala., taking place immediately following the game, MSU head coach Vic Schaefer knew that might present a problem.
The Battle for the Golden Egg rivalry between Mississippi State and Ole Miss touches many people from all corners of this great state.
It not only impacts those living in Starkville or Oxford, but there's an interest from Tupelo, to Jackson, to Hattiesburg and to the Gulf Coast.
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