Former Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys pauses from signing memorabilia to drink from a bottled water on Saturday during his Football ProCamp.
It’s been five years since Tom McReynolds and others assembled a team of 12-year-olds from Starkville and Louisville and competed for a shot at the Little League World Series.
A sign hung on the wall at Little Dooey’s BBQ restaurant on Friday night welcoming Dak Prescott back to a place that is forever ingrained in his heart and his soul and reminded him just how much the community of Starkville and Mississippi State has meant to him over the years.
Mississippi State may have lost several big pieces from its nation’s-best defense of a year ago, but it appears Southeastern Conference media members still think the Bulldogs have plenty of talent on that side of the football.
Joe Moorhead had barely set foot on Mississippi soil in late 2017 when he began talking to Mississippi State football players about championship rings and Heisman Trophies.
There’s been much change in the air in Ackerman over the last several years, but it hasn’t seemed to damage the winning culture in Choctaw County that’s been there for years.
CANTON — The NCAA and former Mississippi State University football coach Jackie Sherrill have settled a lawsuit in which Sherrill accused the college sports governing body of damaging his reputation.
HOOVER, Ala. – There was little doubt what the main line of questioning would be for Mississippi State head football coach Joe Moorhead as he made his rounds at Southeastern Conference Media Days on Wednesday.
HOOVER, Ala. – Mississippi State’s turn at Southeastern Conference Media Days in Hoover, Alabama, on Wednesday wasn’t just the unofficial start to the football season. It was also a homecoming for a pair of Bulldogs.
HOOVER, Ala. – It’s the time of year when optimism abounds in all camps, even the one that lost the national championship game in blowout fashion to the Clemson Tigers.
One of the most prestigious All-American games in the country is going to have a Starkville flavor to it in January as Chris Jones was added to the coaching staff earlier this week.
Kickoff is still more than a month away, but the lights will already be shining bright on Mississippi State football players Erroll Thompson, Darryl Williams and Farrod Green Wednesday as the Bulldogs unofficially begin their season by taking their turn at Southeastern Conference Media Days …
Years go by and players pass through the halls of Starkville High School and yet the school continues to tick along reeling in championships and accolades every year.
Mississippi State junior running back Kylin Hill was chosen to the watch list for the 83rd annual Maxwell Award, given to America's College Player of the Year, the Maxwell Football Club announced Monday.
John Cohen has played baseball. He’s coached baseball. He’s now the athletic director at Mississippi State – a school passionate about its baseball.
Former Starkville High School baseball player Milton Smith II was locked in at the plate during a recent game for the Batavia MuckDogs in Class A Rookie League.
It didn’t take long after Joe Moorhead’s name surfaced as the likely choice by athletic director John Cohen to be Mississippi State’s next head football coach for the praise to come in for Penn State’s offensive coordinator.
There was always a running joke between former Mississippi State pitcher Brandon Woodruff and former MSU head baseball coach and now athletic director John Cohen.
NAPLES, Italy – Facing a double-digit deficit late in the third quarter, USA Team once again found a way to come from behind to get the victory, defeating Japan 89-84 to advance to the Gold Medal match of the World University Games.
WINONA – The Starkville 8-year-old All-Stars put the statement “defense wins championships” to the test over the past three weeks and proved that it was worth every bit of truth.
Mississippi State men’s basketball player Reggie Perry and the Team USA U19 Basketball team defeated Mali 93-79 on Sunday to win the gold medal at the FIBA World Cup. For his performance throughout the tournament, Perry was chosen to the FIBA U19 All-Star 5 Team and was the Most Valuable Pla…
There wasn’t much room for improvement for the Starkville 12-under All-Stars after the first day of the Grand Slam Tournament at McKee Park, but they somehow found a way to do it.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Brandon Woodruff became the 10th former Mississippi State baseball player to make the Major League All-Star roster on Saturday.
It was a punch in the gut for every player and coach of the Starkville 12-year-old All-Stars last week when they lost unexpectedly in the Dizzy Dean State championship’s first round in Grenada.
Webster County’s participants at the Grand Slam 12-year-old All-Star Tournament at McKee Park Friday had late game comebacks come up short in its respective games.
For all the talk after last season of how Mississippi State needed more consistent quarterback play in the passing game and more production from wide receivers, there’s another group of Bulldogs that could play a vital role as MSU and head coach Joe Moorhead look to get the air attack to bec…
There won’t be much need for a road map or directions for member of the Starkville 12-year-old All-Stars today when competition begins for the 2019 Grand Slam World Series of Baseball 12U-AS Tournament.
Early Wednesday morning as residents around Starkville began to wake and prepare themselves for an afternoon of spending time with family around a pool or a grill and anticipating a night sky of fireworks, Mississippi State was being represented overseas.
Reggie Perry made a name for himself at the collegiate level last season as he shined on the basketball court wearing the maroon and white of Mississippi State.
Not long after the Mississippi State Bulldogs returned from Omaha, Nebraska, and the College World Series, it has been back to the field for several members of the team.
GRENADA – After rolling through the Dizzy Dean 12-year-old South State championship without even a hair of a challenge, Starkville’s All-Stars were considered favorites to take home the state crown on Tuesday night.
HERNANDO – It only took 43 minutes on Monday for the Starkville American 8-year-old All-Stars to capture the Dizzy Dean State championship.