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March 17th, 2012
It wasn't much of a spring break for Mississippi State athletic director Scott Stricklin.
In fact, Stricklin has become one very busy Bulldog over the past few weeks.
When there is a great deal of leadership or star power on a team, the coach goes unnoticed and does not get enough recognition.
For Gavin Ware, the past three years have been about developing his basketball game and becoming the young man he is today.
The weather this weekend is just one of the many reasons I enjoy living in the South.
A cool, crisp morning in Mississippi is just hard to beat, particularly this time of year.
Mississippi State athletic director Scott Stricklin is no stranger to hiring coaches.
He walked side-by-side with former athletic director Greg Byrne as MSU hired football coach Dan Mullen.
It's difficult to come off the bench in basketball and make an All-Tournament team.
Former West Oktibbeha player Deon Bedford has proven it can be done at East Mississippi Community College.
There are opportunities for paths to cross in the span of 22 years.
During Rick Stansbury's tenure as a basketball coach at Mississippi State, relationships were established.
Yes, Rick Stansbury is the winningest men's basketball in Mississippi State history with 293 victories.
Christmas in the spring is getting closer for the Starkville High School football program.
Mississippi State continues to take steps toward the expansion of Davis Wade Stadium and today it will seek approval from the IHL board to begin the 80 million dollar project later this year.