Archive - Nov 17, 2012 - Latest Sports
The Mississippi State Bulldogs were in bad need of a victory, and they got one in convincing fashion on Saturday.
The Bulldogs rallied from behind to defeat the Arkansas Razorbacks 45-14 at Davis Wade Stadium to stop a three-game losing streak and a three-game losing skid to the Razorbacks.
There is a reason special teams is called special.
Sometimes that particular unit can ignite a fire for a football team that can be a momentum changer.
That was the case Saturday for the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Davis Wade Stadium.
Benardrick McKinney recovered a fumbled punt with 10:30 remaining in the fourth quarter with MSU down 14-7.
Execution was the word of the day for the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs were clicking, especially in the second half, during a 45-14 victory over the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs have put together quite an amazing season in the passing department.
Several passing records fell during MSU's 45-14 win over the Arkansas Razorbacks Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium.
It was an emotional win for the MIssissippi State Bulldogs, especially for 25 seniors.
The Bulldogs sent the seniors out on a high note as they beat Arkansas 45-14 Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium on senior day.
MSU honored a special Bulldog before the game. The late Nick Bell was supposed to be a part of the senior class, but he lost his battle to cancer a little over two years ago.
The Starkville High School football team is once again one step closer to Jackson.
It is a familiar place for the Yellowjackets after they beat the Oxford Chargers 28-7 Friday night in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs at Yellowjacket Stadium.
CALHOUN CITY â€“ The end is almost in sight for the Eupora Eagles.
After knocking off the Calhoun City Wildcats 35-13, only a game with Bruce stands in the way of the Eagles and a visit to the state championship game.
Mississippi State's Kendra Grant had a shot attempt that rolled all of the way across the back of the rim and off to open the second half of Friday night's women's basketball game.
She refused to let that define her night.
Grant rebounded from a six-point first half to lead the Lady Bulldogs with 20 points and helped rally her team to a 57-55 victory at Humphrey Coliseum.
COLUMBUS â€“ Kiki Patterson believes she is making a statement by staying in state and playing for Mississippi State.
The Columbus High School guard would like to think she has begun a trend that other girls basketball players in Mississippi will follow.
Patterson signed a scholarship to play with coach Vic Schaefer and the Lady Bulldogs on Friday morning in the school gymnasium.