There is officially no spring football for Mississippi State and no Maroon-White Spring Football Game as a part of Super Bulldog Weekend. All of that activity has been canceled due to the Southeastern Conference suspending all athletic activities until at least May 31.
Mississippi State head football coach Mike Leach apologizes about tweet, the Bulldogs add a football game for 2021 season and the Southeastern Conference extends suspension of activities until May 31.
Several area high school spring sports athletes have already signed scholarships to continue play at the next level, while some face the reality that their athletic careers have come to a close.
It does not appear likely that the spring sports seasons for area high schools will resume any time soon due to the novel coronavirus.
Mississippi State quarterback Chris Relf celebrates with fans as he leaves the field following a 52-14 victory over the Michigan Wolverines in the Gator Bowl on January 1, 2011. The win capped a good season for the Bulldogs as they finished with a record of 9-4.
Mississippi State guard Morgan William, right, celebrates with teammates after hitting a basket at the buzzer to defeat Connecticut in the semifinals of the NCAA Women's Final Four on March 31, 2017 in Dallas. The Bulldogs won 66-64. While sports is on hold due to the circumstances surroundi…
Starkville High School's baseball team received word over the last two days that two of its players received underclassmen All-American honors by Rawlings Perfect Game.
Mississippi State’s Colin Borchert (3) and Craig Sword (32) celebrate a 73-67 men’s basketball victory over rival Ole Miss during the 2012-13 season. While sports is on hold due to the circumstances surrounding the novel coronavirus, The Starkville Daily News will go back into the archives t…
Mississippi State Athletic Director John Cohen proves to still be a very busy man despite the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The next athletic director for Starkville High School and the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District laid out his vision for the program on Friday.
According to a memo sent on Friday to Southeastern Conference athletic departments, football programs and other sports will be able to provide virtual instruction to players starting on Monday.
The Eupora High School football program has spent the offseason building the character and bodies of its young men, which is especially important now during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This coming Monday, the NCAA Division I Council is slated to vote on eligibility issues for spring sports that have come up as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that shut down all college sports.
Greg Owen, the director of activities of the Columbia School District for the past year, was introduced as the next athletic director at Starkville High School on Friday afternoon.
Mike Leach’s first game as Mississippi State’s head football coach could come two days earlier than expected, though nothing is finalized just yet.
Earlier this week, Kace Garner got some tough news when he found out that his junior college baseball season had come to an end due to the threat of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
There was no easy way for coach Vic Schaefer to tell his team the season was over and it was similar for most teams around the country.
Mississippi State’s track and field team was supposed to begin the outdoor season in less than a week by hosting the Al Schmidt Bulldog Relays.
Southeastern Conference sports are shut down, as is much of the country. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has taken hold and sent everything into a state of limbo.