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The Mississippi State Bulldogs looked poise several times to take the lead during Wednesday's game against Tennessee.
Each time Tennessee came back with an answer of its own.
The Bulldogs pulled within four points fives times in the second half, but the Volunteers didn't let them get any closer.
There were a pair of Mississippi State Bulldogs who reached scoring milestones on Wednesday night.
In MSU's 75-68 loss to the Tennessee Volunteers at Humphrey Coliseum, junior forward Roquez Johnson went over the 500-point mark in his Bulldog career, while sophomore Craig Sword went over 700 points.
Preston Brown and Will Cox didn't feel sorry for themselves on a cold afternoon.
The Mississippi State pitchers didn't feel sorry for Mount St. Mary's hitters either.
With the temperatures dropping into the 30s during the game, Brown and Cox performed their craft well and helped the Bulldogs defeat the Mountaineers 10-1 on Wednesday at Dudy Noble Field.
Katie McDonald says her Eupora squad is not â€śready to turn their jerseys in.â€ť
The Lady Eagles will seek to extend the season tonight as they tip off against the Lady Royals of New Site as part of the Class 2A North Tournament hosted by Coahoma County.
Eupora advanced forward to tonightâ€™s game after defeating J.Z. GeorgeÂ Monday nightÂ in the first of these play in games.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer said his program has been enriched by the presence of Cadance Foster and Kaita May.
The two seniors will play their final regular season home games tonight when the Bulldogs host the 12th-ranked Kentucky Wildcats.
The Starkville Yellowjackets have completed their practice sessions at Bulldog Lanes for the Mississippi High School Activities Association State Bowling Tournament.
It's now time for SHS team to make the trip to Flowood and take part in another workout at Fannin Lanes, the site of Friday morning's competition. The team leaves Starkville today at 1:30 p.m.
Bowling was a sport that Jessica Rowe really didn't want to try at first.
After some convincing from her best friend Skyler Runnels, Rowe decided to join the Starkville High School bowling team.
The situation has been a positive one for Rowe and the Yellowjackets as she has developed into one of the most consistent bowlers.
Coach John Cohen's Mississippi State Bulldogs needed a game like Tuesday night.
The No. 18 Bulldogs entered the week with a 4-4 record, but they sure didn't play like a squad that had such a mark.
MSU pounded out a season-high 13 hits in a 13-1 victory over Mount St. Mary's at Dudy Noble Field.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs just had to put the first eight baseball games out of their mind.
After splitting those games and getting off to a 4-4 start, it wasn't what the Bulldogs expected after all of the preseason hype.
MSU started the season ranked No. 2 in the country, but has taken a tumble in all of the polls with the rough beginning.
When Rick Ray watches Tennessee on film, there is one thing that sticks out to the Mississippi State head coach.
The Bulldogs (13-14, 3-11) will have their hands full with the Volunteers (16-11, 7-7) when they come to town tonight. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. and can be seen on Southeastern Conference TV.