Mississippi State would obviously not to be in a position of needing to bounce back, but when the Bulldogs have been there, the team has responded with success. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss State’s win over Florida, and how that momentum must carry over in Tuesday’s showdown with Ole Miss.
If Mississippi State has shown one thing this basketball season, it has been the ability to bounce back from tough losses. Coming off a lackluster performance against Texas A&M on Wednesday, the Bulldogs played with a lot more fire on Saturday, leading most of the game in a 72-69 win over the Florida Gators. 𝘿𝘼𝙒𝙂𝙎 … Continue reading “Mississippi State Bounces Back With a 72-69 Win Over Florida”
Mississippi State is hoping for a lot of improvement in year two of the Mike Leach era, but does history show us that is a fair expectation? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look back at Leach’s stops at Texas Tech and Washington State to see how that holds up, then Future Brian joins the show … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Looking Back at Mike Leach’s Year Twos”
A week ago, it was Mississippi State that erased a double digit deficit and won in convincing fashion over Missouri. Wednesday night at Humphrey Coliseum, it was the Bulldogs who gave away a big advantage, falling to Texas A&M 56-55. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look at another frustrating loss for the maroon and white, … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Gives It Away to Texas A&M”
Mississippi State was probably feeling like it had weathered the storm when Tolu Smith’s putback attempt went through the net with 5:14 to go, as the Bulldogs had pushed their lead over Texas A&M to 50-44 after blowing a thirteen point advantage in the second half. Instead, the Aggies hit five of the final six … Continue reading “Mississippi State Gives It Away Against Texas A&M, Falls 56-55”
Mississippi State may be working its way through the coaching carousel, but The Rumblings are never looking to leave. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman dive into the mailbag to get your questions on football, basketball, food, and of course professional wrestling.
As a child in New Orleans, Raymond Horn has early memories of coffee. His mother brewed coffee concentrate in whiskey bottles – there was always one brewing on the counter and one ready to drink in the fridge. As an adult, Raymond moved from New Orleans to California and then on to Mississippi, where he found … Continue reading “Mississippi Cold Drip Coffee and Tea made in the heart of Jackson”
In this video, Mississippi Senator John Horhn talks about the upcoming Jackson mayoral race, what to expect out of the 2021 Legislative Session, as well as the new state flag officially being signed into law on Monday.