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September 25th, 2014
Mississippi State fans anxiously awaited for the start of the 2014 season, now they're anxiously awaiting for the bye week to be over.
The Bulldogs knocked off LSU 34-29 on the road last Saturday, and MSU's ticket office felt the affects of that win.
FULTON â€“ The beat goes on for East Mississippi Community College as the defending national champion Lions continue to beat opponents handily.
On Thursday night, EMCC went on the road to shut out Itawamba Community College 51-0.
The Lions improved their record to 5-0 and have now outscored their opponents 297-38 this season.
Alex Warren knows there is one thing the Mississippi State Bulldogs must do in order to have success in the Southeastern Conference.
If the Bulldogs start the conference slate uptight, then things are more than likely not going to go their way.
That's why Warren wants to see MSU have some "fun" out on the court when they play at Missouri tonight. The match begins at 6:30 p.m.
COLUMBUS â€“ She played with a sore ankle and a broken arm, but that wasn't going to keep senior Jordan Jackson from making sure the Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers finished the soccer regular season strong on Thursday.
Jackson and the Lady Vols make the short trip into Lowndes County and defeated the Heritage Academy Lady Patriots 6-0 at the Columbus Soccer Complex.
EUPORA â€“ Strong bats and unrelenting determination were the themes of East Webster slow pitch softball Thursday evening as the Lady Wolverines topped the Eupora Lady Eagles 16-6.
It's great to be a football fan in Starkville right now.
As the Starkville High School Yellowjackets and Starkville Academy Volunteers near the halfway point of their seasons and the Mississippi State Bulldogs are four games deep in their schedule, all three programs are undefeated and are a combined 13-0.
Bo Milton is excited to see his Winston Academy Patriots hit the fieldÂ Friday nightÂ because the coach knows this is just another opportunity to gain experience for his youthful squad.
A 23-point victory over a defending Class 3A State champion is enough to get the attention of the Starkville High School coaching staff about the next opponent.
The Columbus Falcons, fresh off a 43-20 win over the Louisville Wildcats, will invade Yellowjacket Stadium for the Class 6A, Region 2 opener Friday night. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. and it will be homecoming for the Jackets.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen has several veteran players to lean on this week.
He'll need them.
The No. 14 Bulldogs are coming off a big win over LSU on the road, and this week they play nobody but themselves as they go through their first bye week of the season.
The Starkville Parks and Recreation Department has a strong reputation of providing top notch facilities for youth and adult sports, but what some may not realize is the department also provides a number of spaces for public use.