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Mississippi State entered Southeastern Conference play losing three out of its last five games.
After an opening day loss to Georgia to start league play, the Bulldogs have rebounded and won four of their last five SEC games.
MSU (18-9, 4-2) looks to continue its hot start in conference play this weekend. The No. 16 Bulldogs host Arkansas (16-8, 3-3) in a three-game series starting tonight.
Very few players in athletes on any level get the right to be selected as an All-Star.
There will be 24 girls from across the state tipping off for the 50th annual Mississippi Sports Medicine North-South All-Star game tonight.
Among those selected for the North squad will be East Websterâ€™s own Quantesha Patterson.
The Mississippi State women's basketball starting lineup continues to take shape in Vic Schaefer's second season as the head coach.
There's a saying that goes "it's difficult to beat the same team three times in the same season."
When it comes to the Southeastern Conference in women's basketball, it's tough to beat a team once, twice, three times or 50 times.
Golf is a game of many different factors that allows it change in an instant.
For Mississippi State senior Chad Ramey, he's well aware of this. Ramey's first three years on the Bulldog golf team saw him improve with every swing of the club.
His senior season has taught him that circumstances on the links can change quickly.
Almost 45 years ago the city of Starkville saw it could no longer finance baseball in the community. In response, a group of dads got together and out of their desire to continue baseball for the cityâ€™s youth the Starkville Baseball Association was born.
Today, the SBA is run by a group of 12 volunteer board members along with Randy Carlisle, who serves as president.
There's not much more of a quality at-bat a batter can have than a grand slam home run.
Mississippi State softball coach Vann Stuedeman said the focus for her team each game is to have 50 percent quality at-bats.
The Bulldogs made the most of those opportunities on Wednesday night.
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.