February 17th, 2014
The Starkville Academy Volunteers don't worry about support as far as the baseball program is concerned.
Jody Britt, who begins his first season as the head coach of the Vols, has witnessed this first hand.
Forward Breanna Richardson has made 21 starts in her freshman season with the Mississippi State women's basketball team.
With each passing game, Richardson is becoming more and more comfortable with MSU coach Vic Schaefer's system and what is expected.
Richardson put together one of her most impressive outings of the season for the Bulldogs Sunday in a 64-62 victory over No. 16 Vanderbilt.
Mississippi State has dropped seven-straight games after a 3-2 start 3-2 in Southeastern Conference play,
The Bulldogs turned in arguably their worst game of the season in the past week by losing a 20-point decision at home to Georgia.
Mississippi State did something that hadn't happened since 2005.
The No. 9 Bulldog tennis team knocked off No. 4 Georgia 4-3 Sunday night at the 2014 ITA National Indoor Championship in Houston, Texas.
It was the first time MSU beat UGA since 2005 and the first time the Bulldogs knocked off a top five team since beating Tennessee 6-1 in Starkville in 2011.
Mrs. Hellen W. Henry passed away, Sunday, February 16, 2014 in Starkville, MS.Â She was born on September 25, 1914 in Gholson, MS, to the late Eddie Mae Watkins and James Thomas Watkins.
Throughout history, differing psychology concerning the complex set of emotions, experiences and expressions commonly bundled and referred to as â€śloveâ€ť has raised just about as many questions as answers.
Over the weekend, couples throughout Starkville celebrated and showed their love with romantic dinners, masses of flowers and gifts inspired by the St. Valentineâ€™s holiday.
Community-orientedâ€ť is how most people describe Carey Edwards.
Although Edwards has only been a Starkville resident for the past four years, he wasted no time in putting down roots and making his presence known as an active volunteer in the community. He moved to Starkville from Nashville with his wife Mary Martha Edwards in 2010.
The bounce went the way of Martha Alwal and the Mississippi State Bulldogs Sunday afternoon.
Alwal took a shot that hit the rim and finally fell down through the net with 3.3 seconds remaining in the game and the Bulldogs upset the 16th-ranked Vanderbilt Commodores 64-62 at Humphrey Coliseum.
Coach John Cohen learned a good bit about his Mississippi State Bulldogs this weekend.
Mississippi State was originally supposed to play Hofstra, but due to winter weather around the south and on the east coast, it couldn't make the trip to Starkville and there was a switch in opponents.
The Bulldogs instead played the Western Carolina Catamounts.