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February 15th, 2013
CANTON â€“ It wasn't the type of start that the Starkville Lady Yellowjackets were looking for, but the finish was more to their liking.
Even though the Lady Jackets lost a 58-51 decision to homestanding Canton in the finals of the Class 5A, Region 3 Tournament, they came back to make a run, only to see it fall a bit short.
MADISON â€“ Following a closely fought contest that extended into overtime the Eupora Lady Eagles ended Friday evening victorious over Madison St. Joseph's 56-53.
Baseball season is usually a highly-anticipated one for Mississippi State fans.
The wait comes to an end this afternoon as the No. 13 (Collegiate Baseball) Bulldogs open the 2013 season this weekend with a four-game series against West Coast Conference foe the Portland Pilots.
Mississippi State redshirt sophomore Wes Rea can be an intimidating presence in the batter's box.
When looking at his 6-5, 272-pound frame, one might think Rea is all about hitting the baseball out of the park.
Senior pitcher Kendall Graveman said there's more to Rea than power.
OXFORD â€“ It was night and day from the first half to the second half for the Mississippi State women's basketball team Thursday night.
The Bulldogs (11-13, 3-8) fell prey to a second half comeback by the Ole Miss Rebels (9-15, 2-9), as the Rebels earned a 65-51 victory inside Tad Smith Coliseum on Valentine's Day.
MADISON â€“ The Lady Wolverines of East Webster entered the Class 2A, Region 5 tournament as No. 1.
On Thursday, they competed in their first game where they secured a 46-30 victory.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs haven't seen a losing season in basketball in over 12 years.
It came back around on Wednesday night.Â
The Missouri Tigers (18-6 overall, 7-4 Southeastern Conference) cruised to an easy 78-36 victory over Mississippi State (7-16, 2-9) inside Humphrey Coliseum.
It was not very pretty on the basketball court Wednesday night for Mississippi State.
During a season when quite a bit has gone wrong for the Bulldogs, it got worse against the Missouri Tigers.
All phases of the game seemed to work against MSU in a 78-36 loss at Humphrey Coliseum. The Bulldogs were out-shot, out-rebounded and sadly out-hustled at times, especially in the first half.
There's nothing like a little rivalry to juice up a Valentine's Day meeting on the basketball court.
That's what takes place in Oxford tonight when the Mississippi State Bulldogs take on the Ole Miss Rebels in Southeastern Conference women's action at 7 p.m.
Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen will see a familiar face around the Leo Seal Jr. Football Complex.
On Wednesday, it was announced that Mullen had hired former Illinois assistant coach Billy Gonzales to coach wide receivers.