November 17th, 2014
It wasn't the type of offensive effort that coach Mark Horstemeyer wanted, but the Starkville Christian Lady Cougars played well enough defensively to make up for it on Monday.
The Lady Cougars frustrated the visiting Central Academy Lady Vikings, especially on the inside, and won a 52-41 decision at home.
Kelcy Gooch and a team of his fellow Mississippi State University students set out last Friday to start a new social network.
Little can stop Caddy Taylor from attending a meeting of the Starkville Pilot Club.
Club member Ellen Mauldin said when Taylor was young and relatively new to the club, she missed very few meetings even when she was having her children. And now that Taylor has been part of the club for more than 60 years, Mauldin said she is still a faithful standby at the meetings.
College football still has two weeks left in the regular season and then conference championship week takes place, so there is still a good bit to be decided.
For Mississippi State, the season isn't over by a long shot.
If Mississippi State's first-year women's players are blinded by the bright lights of college basketball, they haven't shown it yet.
The ability to lose weight physically is not the only thing that's helped Gavin Ware become a better player with the Mississippi State basketball team.
Even though the former Starkville Yellowjacket has dropped some pounds that has made him a better player on the college level, there is less pressure on him to perform because of more Bulldogs on the roster.
Anyone who has been to Starkville High lately has noticed the new addition of artificial turf. EachÂ Friday nightÂ the football team takes their turn on the new field, but a big reason for that new surface was not only improved elements for football, but also to assist with Yellowjacket soccer to prevent the cancelation of games while also enhancing the playing surface for matches.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. â€“ It may be a day that Mississippi State long forgets.
The Bulldogs strolled into Bryant-Denny Stadium Saturday afternoon as the No. 1 team in the nation and undefeated.
Alabama took care of that.
There's no doubt that Mississippi State is going to drop in the College Football Playoff rankings that will be released on Tuesday.
The Bulldogs lost 25-20 to No. 4 Alabama â€“ No. 5 in the playoff rankings â€“ Saturday afternoon on the road in the hostile environment of Bryant-Denny Stadium.
How far will MSU fall in the CFP poll?
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. â€“ Josh Robinson entered elite company on Saturday afternoon.
The Mississippi State junior running back rushed for 37 yards in a 25-20 loss to Alabama, which gave him enough to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark. He has 1,021 rushing yards this season, which is just three behind tying LaDarius Perkins for 10th all-time in a Bulldog season.
Perkins rushed for 1,024 yards in 2012.