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Demarcus Henderson had a paper due at midnight.
The Mississippi State senior outfielder made sure he had enough time to perfect it and turn it in on time.Â
Henderson had a walk-off single to score Zack Randolph from second base as the No. 16 Bulldogs beat Southeast Missouri 3-2 Tuesday night at Dudy Noble Field.Â
Martha Alwal, Savannah Carter, Jerica James and Breanna Richardson had every reason to be proud and emotional with what they had just accomplished.
In the moments following Monday night's double overtime 74-66 victory over the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles in the Women's National Invitational Tournament, the Bulldog quartet were having a good time talking about what they had done.
Dak Prescott and Brian Johnson both had to get used to new situations and roles coming into spring practice.
The Mississippi State quarterback and quarterbacks coach respectively, will be working together for the first time.
Prescott, a junior, has been a part of the Bulldog football program for the past three seasons, including a redshirt year.
The belief that Starkville baseball coach Travis Garner has in Tyler Barnes is beginning to pay off.
After watching Barnes struggle at the plate during the early part of the season, Garner watched as the Yellowjacket continued to work hard to improve his offensive game.
Division games, especially those that come against a rival, are not usually easy.
That was the case Tuesday for the Starkville Lady Yellowjackets against the Columbus Lady Falcons.
In the end, Starkville pulled through with strong team play to get the 10-9 victory over Columbus.
The partnership between the East Mississippi Community College rodeo program and the city of West Point has been a good thing over the last couple of years.
With assistance provided by Luke Lummus Rodeo Productions, the Lions will be hosting the fourth event of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association's 2014 Ozark Region spring schedule.