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November 19th, 2014

No. 16 West Virginia women visit Starkville, MSU

November 19, 2014

It's time for this.
In the mind of Mississippi State women's coach Vic Schaefer, he wants to see where his team stands against one of the best teams in the country.
The Bulldogs get that chance tonight when the 16th-ranked West Virginia Lady Mountaineers come to town for the third round of the Preseason Women's National Invitational Tournament. The tip is set for 7 p.m. at Humphrey Coliseum.

Bulldogs in wait-and-see mode with Sword's health

November 19, 2014

Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray was hoping that Craig Sword was going to be cleared medically for the first game of the season last week.

Hearing held about pets at cemeteries

November 19, 2014

The Starkville Board of Aldermen heard a brief public hearing on a potential changes to the city’s animal control ordinance in regards to allowing pets in cemeteries at the board’s Tuesday evening meeting in the City Hall courtroom.

SPD to meet with citizens on Thursday

November 19, 2014

Starkville police are asking residents of wards 1 and 4 to attend a public “town hall” style meeting Thursday to share their questions and concerns to a department trying to build better interface with the public.

Stats show big numbers for interest in Miss. St.

November 19, 2014

When Mississippi State University’s football team wins, the points on their scoreboard, the fans in Davis Wade Stadium and the votes they receive for the College Football Playoff aren’t the only numbers that go up.
MSU officials now report that the team’s 9-1 record this season has driven up applications for admission and housing as well as visitors to MSU websites and social media accounts.

November 18th

Experience a key for Vol: Slaughter has improved his game during time at Starkville Academy

November 18, 2014

Experience has benefitted Starkville Academy defensive back Blake Slaughter.
As he looks back on his last two years with the Volunteers, Slaughter has noticed the progress.
"I've played a whole lot better this year compared to last year," Slaughter said. "Last year was my first year to actually start, so this year I came in with a little bit more experience."

Starkville Academy offense: Scheme has not changed much for Vols during season

November 18, 2014

If it is not broke, why fix it?
That has almost become the mentality of Starkville Academy’s offense this season.
Week in and week out, the Volunteers line up to run the “power counter, inside-outside zone” and aside from a few tweaks, the scheme has not changed much since game one.

SMITH ON SPORTS: SA Vols prove people wrong with title run

November 18, 2014

It's one thing to hope to be able to play for a state championships.
It's another to put the time and effort in and really believe that such a achievement can be reached.
The Starkville Academy Volunteers have done what it takes to make that type of season a reality.

MSU still alive for football playoff spot

November 18, 2014

Mississippi State is still alive for the inaugural College Football Playoff.
Or at least that's what the week four rankings showed that were released Tuesday evening. The Bulldogs (9-1, 5-1) are ranked No. 4, after spending the first three weeks as No. 1.

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