September 8th, 2014
Danny Carl Dorsey, 50, passed away on September 7, 2014 at OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville, MS.Â He was the Meat Market Manager for Kroger and attended Pinelake Church in Starkville.Â He was an Alabama fan and loved motorcycles and he also loved to fish and cook and grill.Â He adored his wife, children, and grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his father, Daniel S. Dorsey.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen took over the program in 2009, giving him just two seasons with legendary broadcaster Jack Cristil.
Cristil passed away Sunday at the age of 88 after a long battle with cancer, but the "Voice of the Bulldogs" and Mullen spent two football seasons together.Â
The words of legendary Mississippi State broadcaster Jack Cristil on Nov. 1, 1980 still sends chills up my spine.
"Bulldogs recover! Bulldogs recover! Bulldogs recover!"
It's probably the most famous call in MSU football history.
The Bulldogs played the No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide in Jackson and there weren't many that gave State much of a chance that day.
For the second week in a row, Mississippi State's Preston Smith won the Southeastern Conference Defensive Lineman of the Week.
The senior becomes just the third Bulldog to win the honor twice, both Pernell McPhee and Fletcher Cox won it at least twice.
Smith is just the second to win the award in consecutive weeks. Cox won the award on Oct. 10 and 17 in 2011.
There is nothing that can benefit a team more early in the season than to have an event in familiar surroundings.
That was case for the Starkville Yellowjackets on Monday as the hosted the Starkville High Invitational.
Ryan Ashford was much happier with the bus service for this past Saturdayâ€™s Mississippi State University football game than with the service for the Saturday before.
Every meeting of the local Hic-A-Sha-Ba-Ha chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution begins in song.
Mississippi State's legendary radio broadcaster Jack Cristil died Sunday night at the age of 88 from an extended illness.
The Memphis native passed away at Sanctuary Hospice House in Tupelo with family and friends by his side.
Cristil began calling MSU sporting events in 1953. He was the radio voice of Bulldog football and basketball for nearly six decades until his retirement in 2011.