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The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets didn't have the type of start to the slow-pitch softball season as they wanted by dropping a 15-1 decision to Grenada on Thursday afternoon.
Starkville did piece together 11 hits offensively, but had only one run to show for it.
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Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen isn't ready to abandon the passing game with all the inexperience and youth he has at wide receiver.
Rather he wants to keep the defense guessing and not just go one decisional.
The West Point Green Wave may have lost a 55-33 decision to the South Panola Tigers to open the season last week.
It wasn't because of a lack of production from senior running back Aeris Williams.
The Mississippi State commitment was responsible for 24 of West Point's scoring as he had four touchdowns against South Panola.
Williams rushed for 194 yards on 32 carries for the Green Wave.
There is no turning back as Phillip Wasson and the Washington Generals open up 3A conference play with a visit from the Starkville Academy Volunteers.
North Alabama coach Bobby Wallace said the biggest question he wanted answered from his team in tonight's season opener against Miles College at home was whether it could have success tackling the football or not.
If tackling is a key for the Lions, then linebacker Gabe Poe could be the man for the job.
Princeton Jones understands he's not alone when he steps onto the field each Friday night with the Starkville Yellowjackets.
With the thought of having teammates like Darius Grayer, Raphael Leonard, AJ Brown, Jaquez Horsley and others around him gives Jones the confidence that he doesn't have to do everything by himself.
It is no secret that youth abounds on the Starkville Academy football team, but as for Houston Clark, the sophomore quarterback, he is working hard to prove that age is only a number.
The football players and coaching staff at Starkville Academy are to be commended.
It would have been very easy for the Volunteers to lose focus after starting the season with a 35-3 loss to a pretty good Lamar School squad.
Instead of hanging their head and feeling sorry for themselves, the SA players and coaches went back to work and put the disappointing defeat behind them.
Life in the secondary for Mississippi State, just got a little bit more complicated.
The Bulldogs lost junior safety Jay Hughes for the season after he suffered an Achilles injury in week one against Oklahoma State.Â
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen spent the majority of Monday afternoon's press conference talking about what went wrong against the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
After a 21-3 loss in the season opener last Saturday, the Bulldogs went to work on Monday, trying to fix their mistakes.
MSU senior center Dillion Day said that the Labor Day practice was very business-like.