March 19th, 2015
MABEN â€“ Weather and a state championship basketball season have kept East Webster from playing softball games.
In fact, the Lady Wolverines have had just a pair of full practices and have only taken the field once for actual game experience, but that has not stopped the prowess of the team.Â
A source says that Mississippi State and BYU will play a home-and-home series in 2016 and 2017.
ESPN's Brett McMurphy first reported the news on Thursday.
MSU did not comment on the possibility of the series and nothing official has been released.
The Starkville High School Yellowjackets will be making a five and a half hour drive for a football game this fall.
It's exactly the place where coach Jamie Mitchell wants to take the program.
The Jackets have landed a spot in the 2015 Landers Dodge Battle on the Border High School football showcase in September.
When Jace Hobart first stepped on the golf course for Starkville High School, the â€śbag was bigger than he was.â€ť
Since that time, the now senior has dedicated his time and effort to his craft and it paid off as Wednesday the son of Hobie and Angela Hobart signed a letter of intent to play for East Mississippi Community College.
Kendra Grant had to exhibit some patience.
The Mississippi State senior came to Starkville in 2011 when Sharon Fanning-Otis was still the head coach. Fanning-Otis retired after Grant's freshman season ended.
Vic Schaefer then took over the program, while Grant, Martha Alwal and Jerica James were turning to sophomores.
Mississippi State hung its hopes and dreams on beating a top 10 team on a freshman.
The rookie delivered.
Louise Ronaldson closed out her match, giving the Bulldogs a victory over then-No. 6 Alabama on Sunday in front of Bulldog fans at the A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre.
Services were held at Hulett-Winstead Chapel on Thursday,
March 12, 2015 for Mr. Ronald Craig Williamson, 54, of Millbrook,
He died Sunday, March 8, 2015 at Brookwood Medical
Center in Birmingham, AL. Interment was in Society Hill
Cemetery in Oak Vale, MS.
Mr. Williamson was a facility planner with the Veteranâ€™s Administration
for 28 years and was a member of Glynwood Baptist
The color green was on the mind of Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer on Tuesday, but it wasn't because it was St. Patrick's Day.
Friday's opponent in the first round of the NCAA Tournament causes the Bulldogs to see green.
Mississippi State head women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer is ready to take his team to the top of the mountain.
When it comes to the NCAA Tournament, Schaefer wants the Bulldogs to take advantage of the opportunity and get the most out of this season as they can possibly get.
With all the off-the-field incidents that have surrounded the Mississippi State football program the past week, head coach Dan Mullen was just happy to shift his focus to on field work.
The Bulldogs opened spring practice Tuesday afternoon.