Archive - Jan 12, 2014
Rick Ray is only focused on the present.
After beating in-state rival Ole Miss 76-72 inside Humphrey Coliseum on Saturday, the Mississippi State head coach was asked about his teamâ€™s upcoming game.
Ray honestly had no clue who the Bulldogs played next.
Starkville Soccer Association president Sean Owen calls soccer the â€śuniversal sport.â€ť
Over the weekend, it was just that as kids from all across the state descended on Starkville for the Frostbite Tournament.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs saw one get away from them in the second half in its first Southeastern Conference game of the season against Kentucky.
A second game was on the verge of getting away in the second half, but the Bulldogs held serve and finished out the game.
They might be from "The Gump," but on Saturday, they made quite an impression at the Hump.
Roquez Johnson and Craig Sword, both from Montgomery, Ala., combined for 35 of MSU's 76 points as the Mississippi State Bulldogs went on to defeat the Ole Miss Rebels 76-72 Saturday at Humphrey Coliseum.
It takes a little bit of toughness to win any athletic event between Mississippi State and Ole Miss.
The Mississippi State women's basketball team has gotten off to an 0-2 start once again in the Southeastern Conference just like last season, but there's a different feeling about what's taking place right now.
During the 2012-13 season, the Bulldogs lost their first two conference games at Vanderbilt 92-41 and to South Carolina at home 60-46.
Two wins over Lowndes County competition over an 18-hour span was something that the Starkville High School boys soccer team needed to create momentum.
After the Jackets defeated Columbus 4-0 in a Class 6A, Region 3 match on Friday night, they followed it up with a 5-1 non-region win against New Hope on Saturday.
Saturday marked the beginning of a four-game home streak of conference games for the Starkville Academy and the Lady Volunteers started the home stand in good fashion by defeating Magnolia Heights 58-40.