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It would be amazing to imagine what Johnthan Banks thinks would be a spectacular play.
The question for the Florida offense leading into Saturdayâ€™s matchup does not revolve around whether quarterback John Brantley is hurt but the extent is certainly up for debate.
The Starkville School District has taken steps in hopes of preventing any further punishment for Starkville High School football coach Jamie Mitchell after the events that occurred in last Friday's 49
Leon Berry has likely played his final college football regular season game.
Mississippi Stateâ€™s senior wide receiver suffered a broken left leg during Saturday nightâ€™s 47-24 win at Houston.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs were hoping to find a few goals waiting for them upon their return home for Southeastern Conference soccer action over the weekend.
Mississippi Stateâ€™s volleyball program saw the difference between the progress theyâ€™ve made during the 2010 season and arguably the best team in the country.
In his first comments since signing a national letter of intent, Renardo Sidney made it clear his vision for a college career at Mississippi State isnâ€™t a long-term proposition.
EUPORA â€“ Eupora couldn't have asked to be placed in a better situation in its best-of-three, Class 2A softball playoff series against Mantachie on Saturday.
HAMILTON â€“ East Webster cruised through the first round of the Class 2A softball playoffs, but the second round was nowhere near as kind to the Lady Wolverines on Saturday.
Much of the preseason hype surrounding Mississippi Stateâ€™s trip to Houston this weekend has gone.