Archive - Feb 3, 2013
Mississippi State head basketball coach Rick Ray was hoping for a better result from his team in the second half than the last time out.
He didn't get it.
LSU's Anthony Hickey hit a floater in the lane with 1.5 seconds left to help the Tigers (12-7, 3-5) edge past the Bulldogs (7-13, 2-6) 69-68 Saturday night inside Humphrey Coliseum.
Mississippi State has suffered some tough losses on the basketball court this season.
None were tougher than what took place at Humphrey Coliseum on Saturday.
The Bulldogs surrendered a 17-point lead, got it back in the late stages of the game, only to lose in the final seconds as the LSU Tigers won a 69-68 decision in Southeastern Conference action.
The Beehive at Starkville High School was full of emotions and excitement Saturday night as it honored the seniors.
Tipping off against Canton, the Yellowjackets ended the home season with a 63-47 victory.
ECRU â Facing some of their stiffest competition of the season, the Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers were able to establish a lead and never give it up in defeating Memphis Homeschool Educational School 82-77 at North Pontotoc on Saturday.
Many young boys dream of getting an opportunity to play in a Super Bowl.
For Anthony Dixon, it will become a reality today when his San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, La.
Kickoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. and can be seen on CBS and WCBI locally.
By MATT CRANE
The language of love written by William Shakespeare will be on display at Mississippi State University as Theatre MSU presents âLove Letters from Shakespeare: A Night of Music, Dance and Sonnetsâ at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14-16 on the McComas Hall main stage.
I want to take you down memory lane with my family â Daddy, Mama, Johnny and me â deep into the woods of the National Noxubee Wildlife Refuge in the early 1950s which led us to the discovery of a very special sanctuary. One of our favorite things to do as a family was to take a long Sunday afternoon hike back down to the refuge.
Deluded though I am, I fancy myself a master at concealing my imperfections to achieve the illusion that Iâve got my act together. Ha. Like people donât know I draw on my eyebrows every morning before I go out to pick up the paper.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The longest-running musical theatre production in history was not written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hammerstein or Gilbert and Sullivan.
You can chose to focus on the Jim and John Harbaugh, the first two brothers to coach against each other in a Super Bowl.
You can look at Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens, who plays his last game in the National Football League today after announcing his retirement plans prior to the playoffs.