Archive - Jul 21, 2013 - Latest Sports
There are still a few weeks before school starts, but the Starkville Academy softball team is steadily preparing for the upcoming season.
It has been a busy last few days for Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen.
Among his activities was Southeastern Conference Media Days last Wednesday, then on Thursday night, he took part in the MSU Fan Extravaganza in Jackson.
He returned to Starkville in time to host the Bulldog Ladies Football Clinic on Saturday.
When people talk college football they think about the Southeastern Conference and more notably the state of Alabama.
Since 2006, the SEC has won seven-straight Bowl Championship Series National Championship games. The state of Alabama has the last four.Â
The Crimson Tide of Alabama won in 2009, followed by Auburn's title in 2010. The Crimson Tide have won the last two.
COLUMBUS â€“ Playing for a cause was the theme of a golf tournament Saturday at Elm Lake.
Around five years ago, Lyndsi Hill tragically lost her life in a car wreck. It did not take long for her former fellow employees at Mugshots to begin celebrating Hillâ€™s life.
The Mississippi State baseball program lost a tremendous friend and supporter last week with the death of Don Permenter.
Permenter has a special love and a passion for the Bulldogs, and that was usually sent right back in his direction. He was a good man.
Before Kaleb Eulls stepped on the Mississippi State campus, he had already made headlines.
The junior defensive lineman became a hero on a school bus while in high school. Eulls, who played high school football at Yazoo County High School, tackled a girl who pulled out a gun on a school bus.
Eulls' story became national news, as he saved several kids on the school bus from the girl.Â