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One day after winning the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, itâ€™s still fresh on the minds of Mississippi State fans.
The Bulldogs beat Conference USA champion Rice 44-7 at Liberty Bowl Stadium in Memphis, Tenn. on Tuesday. The Bulldogs finished the 2013 season with a 7-6 record, their fourth-straight winning season.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer calls the start of Southeastern Conference play "the monster the next two months."
The Bulldogs have to start dealing with that "monster" tonight when they make the trip to Florida.
Mark Alexander knows the first half of the season his Starkville Academy team has not been the best it could have been, but the coach also knows better days lie ahead for the 5-12 Volunteers
MEMPHIS, Tenn. Ââ€“ Bulldogs arenâ€™t known for eating rice, but for the Mississippi State Bulldogs, thatâ€™s what they had Tuesday afternoon.
MSU rolled to an easy 44-7 victory over the Owls of Rice in the 55th AutoZone Liberty Bowl at Liberty Bowl Stadium on New Yearâ€™s Eve.
Rice head coach David Bailiff said on Monday that Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen has done one of the best coaching jobs in the country this season.
The Bulldogs have been riddled with injuries all season long. Senior quarterback Tyler Russell was injured in the first game of the season and was never the same.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. â€“ It has been an up and down season for Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott.
He started the season as the backup behind senior Tyler Russell. After an injury to Russell, Prescott was thrust into starting role, and never really turned it back over.
It's shaping up to be a nice bowl season for the Southeastern Conference.
The two Mississippi schools of the league got things off on a positive note to close 2013 with victories in its postseason bowls.
Sherise Williams tries to keep things simple.
When it comes to playing in the post for the Mississippi State women's basketball team, Williams said that's the best approach to take into games.