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October 22nd

SMITH COLUMN: Points, yards are increasing at every level

October 22, 2013

There are just not very many football teams out there playing very much defense anymore at any level.
Think about it. Doesn't it seem less and less likely these days to see shutouts in high school, junior college and college?
More and more offenses are putting up video game-like numbers in points and total yards.
It's not surprising to see squads scoring 50, 60 and 70 points in a game.

Special teams have good special teams: Eupora uses unit to advantage

October 22, 2013

EUPORA – They do not call it special for no reason.
You may not immediately realize the impact, but come Friday night from extra points to field position, the special teams squad makes its presence known.

Wolverines kicker uses weight room to his advantage

October 22, 2013

Some kickers don't emphasize the importance of using the weight room to their advantage.
Those thoughts don't enter the mind of East Webster sophomore Tyler Cosby.
Cosby has steadily gotten better as a kicker for the Wolverines and he points to time spent in the weight room as a reason why.
"It's pretty crucial and helps me kick farther," Cosby said. "Overall it helps me stay in shape."

October 21st

Familiar SEC East foe: MSU set to play host to Kentucky Thursday

October 21, 2013

Mississippi State's only constant from the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division is Kentucky.
The Bulldogs and Wildcats have been playing every year since 1990. During that span, MSU is 14-9 against UK.
Coach Dan Mullen took over the Bulldog program in 2009 and he is 4-0 against the Wildcats. 
With the Wildcats always being on the Bulldog schedule, Mullen views the game as a rivalry game.

Lowery finds triathlon success on world stage

October 21, 2013

One former Starkville resident is making quite the name for himself in the triathlon world.
A 1981 graduate of Starkville High School and a 1986 Mississippi State University graduate, Tom Lowery most recently competed in the ITU World Championships in London where he finished sixth in his age group (50-54) with a time of 1:10:38. Lowery’s time also made him the second-highest American finisher.

MSU's 'Meet the Players' event light-hearted atmosphere

October 21, 2013

It may have been Meet the Players night for the Mississippi State basketball programs Monday night at the Griffis Ballroom of the Palmeiro Center, but the participants joked and visited like everyone already knew each other.

East Webster hosts South State softball series

October 21, 2013

The East Webster Lady Wolverines are pretty familiar with their next opponent as they progress towards a berth in the state championship.
Tonight at 5 p.m., the Lady Wolverines welcome Enterprise to Cumberland for a best-of-three series to decide the Class 2A South State champion and who will ultimately play for the State championship.

October 20th

Bulldogs get back to work

October 20, 2013

After a week off and a Saturday away from football, Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen spoke to the media on Sunday afternoon.
Going into the bye week, Mullen was not happy because several Bulldogs had missed time due to injury. 

MSU defeats Tennessee at home

October 20, 2013

Mississippi State volleyball coach Jenny Hazelwood was anxious to find out how her team would respond to winning its first Southeastern Conference match of the season Friday night.
She was pleased with the result.
After taking a 3-0 victory over South Carolina on Friday, the Bulldogs came back and did the same thing Sunday by sweeping all three sets against the Tennessee Volunteers.

Yellowjackets in driver's seat with big victory

October 20, 2013

Jamie Mitchell's Starkville High School Yellowjackets are in the driver's seat.
After beating Madison Central 45-42 Friday night in a wild game, SHS is now 6-2 overall and 4-0 in Class 6A, Region 2.
The Jackets are in first place in the division and in control with just three games remaining on the schedule.

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