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Mississippi State’s new head football coach Mike Leach has confirmed his first two staff members and as expected, it is a pair of individuals from Leach’s previous coaching staff at Washington State.

Only a few days after Mississippi State announced Mike Leach as its new head football coach, the Bulldogs confirmed two of their biggest weapons will be sticking around to aid MSU’s cause in the 2020 season.

New Mississippi State head football coach Mike Leach is beginning to assemble his first Bulldog coaching staff and it appears he’s bringing with him several assistants from his previous stop at Washington State.

BATON ROUGE, La. — Skylar Mays hit a jumper from just inside the 3-point line at the buzzer to give LSU a 60-59 victory against Mississippi State in a Southeastern Conference game Saturday.

Starkville High School girls basketball coach Kristie Williams has had the same conversation with players before and she knows when she sees something special.

It doesn’t help a basketball team with a struggling defense when presented the challenge of defending an opponent with five starters that average double figures in points.

Wins have been hard to come by for the most part this season for the Starkville Academy Volunteers  boys basketball team.

It was very appropriate that Eigan Ballard scored the final point for the Starkville Christian Cougars on Friday night.

There couldn’t have been a more applicable description than Thursday night being a tale of two halves for both the Starkville Academy and Choctaw County boys.

COLUMBIA, Mo. – With a 79-64 wire-to-wire victory against Missouri at Mizzou Arena on Thursday night, Mississippi State set a new program record with its 14th straight road win.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Somebody was going to be 0-2 in the Southeastern Conference after Wednesday night’s Mississippi State at Alabama basketball game at Coleman Coliseum.

Brayland Ferguson admitted to being a little scared being at the free-throw line in such a crucial situation Tuesday night.

Just before Christmas holidays, the Starkville Yellow Jackets had a setback against Pontotoc in the Tupelo Shootout.

As the Mississippi State Bulldogs hit the road to battle Alabama, their chances might hinge on three Ps – pace, poise and precision.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – After averaging 18.5 points, six rebounds and three assists per game in wins over Florida and at Georgia, Mississippi State’s Rickea Jackson was named the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week, as announced by the league office on Tuesday.

ATHENS, Ga. – An 11-point fourth quarter for Jordan Danberry fueled No. 15 Mississippi State to a 73-66 victory at Georgia on Sunday afternoon at Stegeman Coliseum.

Mississippi State couldn’t have asked for a much better start to Southeastern Conference play as the Bulldogs hosted No. 8 Auburn on Saturday.

All eyes were on Mississippi State on Thursday night when the defense of a second-straight Southeastern Conference championship was underway and the fight for a third this season.

Mississippi State isn’t going to have to wait long this season to see how it measures up against one of the Southeastern Conference’s best.

LOUISVILLE – With a young team in his hands, Bill Ball is preparing his troops for the tough road that’s ahead.

GREENVILLE – It was a good start to the Class 6A, Region 3 schedule for the Starkville Yellow Jackets as they defeated the Greenville Hornets on the road 82-59 on Friday night.

There’s been some obvious flaws from No. 15 Mississippi State this season and many have questioned just where the Bulldogs fall in the Southeastern Conference pecking order this season after back-to-back titles.