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November 22nd, 2013
Dan Mullen had to deal with a very difficult situation in his second season as the head coach of the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
In 2010, one of Mullen's players Nick Bell had died after a short battle with cancer and it was a very emotional time for the Bulldogs and their coach.
There were many people who reached out to Mullen and MSU to show signs of support and comfort.
Through three games this season, the Mississippi State Bulldogs have yet to be challenged.
That all changes tonight.
Coach Rick Ray has taken his Bulldogs (3-0) west to Logan, Utah, as they take on the Utah State Aggies (3-0). Tipoff is set for 8 p.m.
Two Mississippi high school football programs that know and understand about state championships meet tonight for the right to advance to the Class 6A North State championship.
The defending Class 5A State champion Starkville Yellowjackets travel to meet the defending Class 6A title holder South Panola Tigers in Batesville, Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
Each round of the 2013 high school football postseason brings with it a tougher challenge for the Eupora Eagles.
Tonight's test has the Eagles facing off against the Bearcats of Baldwyn with a 10-3 overall record.
Everything is starting to come together for the Panthers of French Camp.
After being plagued by injuries at the beginning of the year, the team is fully back on the field and really starting to gel.
The situation did not look promising for the Starkville Christian School Cougars at home Thursday night.
Trailing by six points at 45-39 early in the fourth quarter, the Cougars were searching for a spark.
When Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer rips his coat off, you know he's hot under the collar.
Schaefer peeled off his black suit coat with 13:35 left in the first half Thursday night after a questionable call by the referees.Â
When a Mississippi State fan gets his first up close glimpse of Damian Williams, they might notice a pair of braces.
The true freshman quarterback has braces on his teeth, but yet he might be given a grown man's task on Saturday.
The Mississippi State women's basketball team has improved since last season and coach Vic Schaefer has seen that.
He wants the fans of the Bulldogs to see it also.
MSU, which has won all three of its games so far, faces its most difficult task tonight against Tennessee Tech at home. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. at Humphrey Coliseum.
South Panola is the No. 1 team in the state of Mississippi for a reason.