November 12th, 2014
Rick Ray's mind has not floated to De'Runnya Wilson or Elijah Staley yet.
The third-year Mississippi State head coach is only focused on the guys he has practiced with this last month and not on potential players.
Both Wilson and Staley play football. Wilson played last season, but has stated publicly that he is not sure he will play again this year.Â
The Tupelo Golden Wave have gotten to where they are this season by playing as a team.
Tupelo coach Trent Hammond has gotten his team back into the Class 6A playoffs after reaching the state title game last season and lost to Oak Grove.
Despite going through some adversity during the season, the Golden Wave were able to put a good 8-3 record at this point of the season.
Expectations were high for Lamar School heading into the 2014 football season.
Unfortunately for the MAIS Class AAA-Division II State Championships, injuries and fate had other plans.
Alabama coach Nick Saban knew where to look when he needed to plug a couple of holes on his defensive line.
All he had to do was cross over the state line and get his pick from a national junior college team.
Sometimes, the Korean War is referred to as âThe Forgotten Warâ â but Roy Hendricks remembers it, and he regrets that to this day the divide between North and South Korea that began that war still remains in place.
âRight now, we have a cease-fire,â Hendricks said. âWe havenât had a coming together with North and South Korea. That was a war that was never completed. We just had a cease-fire.â
The Starkville School District Board of Trustees approved on Tuesday an audit report that shows that while the districtâs general fund stood at just more than $1 million at the end of the 2012-13 fiscal year, the district had a net loss of about $1.4 million that same year, leading the board to discuss financial caution needed as SSD prepares to consolidate with Oktibbeha County School District.
Four local actors will make their Starkville Community Theatre debut on Thursday when âA Party to Murderâ opens at the Playhouse on Main.
Many of the questions entering the 2014 season for the Mississippi State football team lied with the kicking game.