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January 18th, 2013
There is very little down time when the Southeastern Conference basketball portion of the schedule tips off.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs find that out today as they start a two-game road trip.
The Bulldogs (7-8, 2-1) travel to Knoxville, Tenn. to take on the Tennessee Volunteers (8-7, 0-3). Tipoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. and can be seen on the SEC Network and locally on WCBI.
The Mississippi State softball program experienced the winningest April in school history last spring.
That run helped the Bulldogs springboard into the postseason and head coach Vann Stuedeman became one of only two first-year head coaches to take her team to the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
The night started out dark inside Humphrey Coliseum and ended even darker on Mississippi State's chance of going 3-0 in the Southeastern Conference.
The Bulldogs (7-8, 2-1) fell to the Alabama Crimson Tide (10-6, 2-1) 75-43 Wednesday night.
A physical presence.
The fifth-ranked Kentucky Lady Wildcats are developing it this season and the Mississippi State Bulldogs know that's what it is going to take to be successful in the Southeastern Conference.
Kentucky head coach Matthew Mitchell is happy that his team has been able to follow up last season's SEC regular season championship and continue to win games.
When many people think of Southeastern Conference football, they think of defense.
For Rick Ray and his Mississippi State basketball team, he is taking the same approach many SEC football teams do. He is winning with defense.
There was a time when the sport of choice for Pernell McPhee was almost basketball.
One can bet that the Mississippi State Bulldogs are glad that McPhee chose football. Pahokee (Fla.) High School, Itawamba Community College and Baltimore Ravens can be pleased as well.
JACKSON â€“ The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers didn't waste any time getting a lead on Hillcrest Christian School Tuesday night and went on to defeat their hosts 67-30.
Starkville Academy, which improved to 24-0, jumped out to a 19-2 advantage and increased the margin to 39-16 at halftime.
CRAWFORD â€“ Outside the East Oktibbeha gym Tuesday night things were cold and dreary, but on the inside, senior night featured bright smiles and hot-scoring.
The careers of Quanisha Doss, Chansity Evans, Chaurieal Jenkins, Savannah Blair, Jessica Reed and Lydia Stevenson were celebrated and the Lady Titans seniors were sent out with a 78-61 victory over French Camp Academy.
It's hard to believe that Craig Sword played on a sprained ankle on Saturday, especially with the way he played.
The Mississippi State freshman guard played against Georgia with the injury that he suffered against South Carolina last Wednesday.
Many people might find it hard to believe that the Mississippi State men's basketball team is 2-0 in Southeastern Conference play.
The Bulldogs ended non-conference play with a 5-7 record, but have managed to win their first two games of the conference slate.
MSU beat South Carolina 56-54 at home to open conference play and followed that up with a 72-61 win over Georgia on the road.