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It has been a long five weeks for the Ackerman Indians.
The influence of coaches David Hogan, Cleveland Hudson and Chuck Friend helped turn Starkville's Tony Akins into a professional football career.
Mississippi Stateâ€™s head football coach saw Georgiaâ€™s starting quarterback as a high school freshman and thought then he would be a player heâ€™d like to coach.
As Starkville High honored its 2010 slow pitch softball seniors Tuesday, Lady Yellowjackets head coach Lisa Spencer couldn't help but see the moment as bittersweet.
The Starkville Academy girls softball team has an early wake-up call today to begin its quest for a Class AAA-North championship and a spot in the state tournament.
While sitting in his office this spring Mississippi Stateâ€™s offensive line coach John Hevesy explained a very simple philosophy for reviewing game tape.
The announcement of Mississippi Stateâ€™s starting quarterback was made as almost a flip comment nobody would notice, reminder to the media or quick answer to a question.
OXFORD - The all-blackÂ look didn't produce a win for Mississippi State's football team in Baton Rouge, La., on Saturday night.
Mississippi State announced a few hours before kickoff Saturday that junior tight end Marcus Green did not make the trip with the team for the first road game of the season.
BATON ROUGE, La. â€“ From start to finish, Mississippi Stateâ€™s night in Baton Rouge was a disappointment.