March 23rd, 2015
After a long day with much speculation, Mississippi State made it official by hiring Ben Howland as the new men's basketball coach Monday night.
Although there has been nothing officially released or indicated by Mississippi State University, signs over the last two days have pointed to Ben Howland becoming the next men's basketball coach at the school.
NBCSports.com was the first to report the possibility that Howland would be a candidate to replace Rick Ray as coach of the Bulldogs, then ESPN and CBSSports.com quickly followed.
The Oktibbeha County Sheriffâ€™s Department continued its investigation Sunday into a murder and kidnapping case that emerged Saturday in Oktibbeha County.
East Oktibbeha County High School football, basketball and baseball head coach Kylan Tippett wears many hats at EOCHS. However, itâ€™s a behind-the-scenes â€śjack of all tradesâ€ť that makes managing those teams a lot easier for Tippett.
NBCSports.com and ESPN.com reports that Ben Howland has emerged as a serious candidate to be the next head men's coach at Mississippi State.
Rick Ray was fired after three seasons at the helm of the Bulldog program on Saturday afternoon. He had an overall record of 37-60.
After all the offseason talk about getting Manny Diaz back to Mississippi State, the defensive coordinator finally got to get back on the field.
MSU opened spring practice this past week and it was Diaz's first with the Bulldogs since the 2009 season.
Bowling is no fly by night sport at Starkville High School.
For years, the Yellowjackets have been building quite the successful squad and recently all the hard work paid off as the Starkville girls claimed second place at the State championship meet while the boys took third.
It was December 2014.
That was the month when everything changed for East Webster girlsâ€™ basketball.
The team experienced the passing of newly hired coach Stan Hughey leaving his 9-0 team in search of new leader.Â
Who is â€śthe real Quantesha Patterson?â€ť
Is she the shy girl who walks the halls of East Webster High School? Is she the dynamic force to be reckoned with that dominates the hardwood?Â
Bill Brand knows and understands how to be a leader.
As the principal at East Webster High School, Brand helps his students every day become better people so they can go out into the world and be productive citizens in society.
Sometimes life throws an unexpected curve and it takes strong individuals to assist in dealing with such situations.