October 9th, 2014
Mississippi State's defense is looking for some redemption this Saturday.
Last year in Auburn, the Bulldogs allowed the Tigers to march 88 yards and score the game-winning touchdown with 10 seconds left in the game.
That touchdown still stings.
More than just homecoming festivities surround tonightâ€™s game between East Oktibbeha and West Oktibbeha.Â
Defensive lineman Lorenzo Dantzler proclaimed that the Starkville Yellowjackets wanted to shut out all division opponents.
They are off to a good start.
After two Class 6A, Region 2 games, Starkville has outscored Columbus and Northwest Rankin 85-0.
The Jackets go for number three tonight when they host the Greenville Hornets. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
What constitutes a win streak?
Is it two games, three games or even four games in a row?
No matter what the definition, the fact that French Camp Academy (4-3, 4-0) comes to Starkville this week on the heels of winning four in a row is impressive.
MABEN â€“ There is a certain challenge that comes with facing a team ranked No. 1.Â
That's what the East Webster Wolverines face this week when they make the trip to play the Calhoun City Wildcats, which are the top team in Class 2A.
The Wolverines (6-1) know the test that awaits against the undefeated Wildcats (7-0).
Can Nick Marshall and Auburn run over the Bulldogs in Starkville? Will Kenny Hill thrill fans against the Ole Miss defense? Campus Insiders' Doug Chapman breaks down these matchups and more in this week's "Principal Edge To The Game."
Sports Illustrated's B.J. Schecter and Ben Glicksman debate which four teams would make it to the College Football Playoff if the season ended today.
As the weekend approaches, Starkville is preparing for what may be its largest Pumpkinpalooza event yet, beginning at 6 p.m. Friday downtown on Main Street.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership is hosting the event, which Special Events and Projects Coordinator Jennifer Prather said is a primary fall event for the organization.
Many dogs know how to sit, stay, beg and roll over. Lucca knows how to find a bomb.
For 28 years, the American Public Power Association has dedicated one week in October to celebrate publicly-owned power departments across the country.
This year, Starkville is honoring Starkville Electric Department, the cityâ€™s publicly-owned power department, as Mayor Parker Wiseman has named the week Public Power Week in Starkville.