March is getting closer and for the Mississippi State Bulldogs, that means the pressure is ramping up.
There are no statistical records kept on press conference attendance, but Tuesday afternoon might have been a record day for Mississippi State head women’s basketball coach Vic Schaefer.
Gwen Johnson was sitting on the bench with Starkville High School coach Kristie Williams as one of her assistants when the Lady Yellow Jackets became back-to-back Class 6A State champions.
When new Mississippi State head football coach Mike Leach contacted Zach Arnett to offer him the job as MSU’s defensive coordinator and linebackers coach, there was a moment Arnett had to kind of gather himself.
If not for an undisclosed illness that led to him missing the year and redshirting in 2019, Christian MacLeod likely would’ve been in Mississippi State’s weekend rotation a season ago.
When Mississippi State fans took a gander at the women’s basketball schedule prior to the season, the current three-game stretch was a dangerous part of the schedule.
Winning the region championship does not guarantee a state championship, but it is a step closer. The Starkville Yellow Jackets ran the Greenville Hornets out of the Nest in a 80-43 victory that secured the Class 6A, Region 3 Tournament championship on Friday night.
It didn’t take long for Starkville High School girls basketball coach Kristie Williams to realize that her team wasn’t ready to play against Germantown on Friday night.
SENATOBIA – The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers were edged by the Pillow Academy Lady Mustangs 47-45 in the semifinals of the Class 4A North Tournament on Friday night.
MABEN – In order for the East Webster Lady Wolverines to knock off the mighty Calhoun City Lady Wildcats and earn a Class 2A, Region 2 championship, the margin for error was incredibly low.
Of all the things Mississippi State head coach Ben Howland hopes his team carries with it to Arkansas Saturday, maybe the biggest is a short memory.
Mississippi State is hopeful that in a little more than four months, it’ll be wrapping up its baseball season on the sport’s grandest stage at the College World Series.
SDN Sports Editor Danny P. Smith and high school beat writer Robbie Faulk discuss the upcoming slate of district tournament games, along with the upcoming basketball slate for the Mississippi State men's and women's teams.
One doesn’t simply earn a nickname like “mule” without being a relentless worker and that’s what Brad Cumbest has come to inherit over the years.
It didn’t take long for the Starkville Yellow Jackets to show on Tuesday night that they were going to have the better sting than the Greenville Honeybees.
Mississippi State’s Jordan Danberry is being recognized as one of the best women’s basketball players in the country for her play on both ends of the court.
A long and hard-fought basketball season is hitting its peak beginning Tuesday night in the area as a busy slate of high school games begin in the district tournaments.
There’s no Golden Egg at stake like it is on the football field each November, but the Mississippi State-Ole Miss rivalry renews tonight on the hardwood.
Demands are different for a Vic Schaefer point guard at Mississippi State, but it makes games like Myah Taylor produced on Sunday worth it.
A road trip into Alabama will be the first opportunity for the Starkville Academy Volunteers as they open the 2020 baseball season Monday.
As 14 of his teammates announced their college decisions in the Starkville High School gym on Wednesday afternoon, quarterback Luke Altmyer couldn’t help but think of the future.
SDN Sports Editor Danny P. Smith and MSU Beat Writer Joel Coleman discuss Mississippi State's 2020 recruiting class, National Signing Day and updates for Mississippi State men's basketball.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – It wasn’t until 2016 that the Mississippi State women’s basketball program enjoyed the sweet taste of victory against the mighty Tennessee Lady Volunteers and in 2017, it won for the first time at Knoxville’s Thompson-Boling Arena.