It’s time for the annual tradition, blatantly ripped off from the Six Pack Message Board. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman break out their player predictions, including the famous “Ya Boy” pick, plus discuss Monday’s practice and give the second to last installment of the Preseason Predictions with a look at the Ole Miss Rebels.
Families First for Mississippi is expanding Governor Bryant’s Healthy Teens for a Better Mississippi initiative throughout the State to include educational and innovative programs on healthy choices to engage teens. Jalisa Wilson, the coordinator for Healthy Teens Coordinator, chatted with Rebecca Turner on Good Things about how Families First is working to promote healthy choices … Continue reading “Healthy Teens for a Better Mississippi”
Mississippi State hit the practice field on Monday for the fourteenth time this preseason, as the season opener is now less than two weeks away. I spent the portion of practice open to the media checking the offense, specifically the quarterbacks and receivers. One player that caught my eye was juco transfer Stephen Guidry, who … Continue reading “Practice Report: Mississippi State Continues to Prepare for Season Opener”
Dr. Mark Keenum(Mississippi State University President) joined the conversation by phone to discuss the newly implemented Stadium Security Policies and to talk about his new position with the College Football Playoff! If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Mississippi State scrimmaged for the second time this fall camp this past Saturday, and Joe Moorhead appeared to be pretty pleased with what he saw from his team. Coach Moorhead spoke with the local media afterwards and detailed his thoughts on practice and some other big issues going into the final weeks of preseason.
Joe Moorhead made one thing clear Saturday night after talking to the media, it will be him making the playcalls for Mississippi State this fall. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman ask if that’s a good idea, plus get one game closer to the end of the Box Score series with a look at Arkansas.
Will East(@WillEast1 on Twitter) and Steven Gagliano(@PeeveGagliano on Twitter) stopped by the studio to preview tonight’s edition of the Farm Bureau Football Scoreboard Show(@ScoreShow on Twitter) to get the high school football season underway. If you missed their conversation with JT, you can find it here –
The Mississippi Boychoir celebrates their 24th Season. In the last twenty years, hundreds of musically talented young men have worked to develop vocal techniques, self-discipline, learn music in a variety of styles, and have fun singing! There is still time to get your young man an audition.
Lucien Smith(Chairman of the Mississippi Republican Party) stopped by the studio to share some scuttlebutt that he’s heard surrounding the Special Session, the Senate races, and a luncheon for the United Republican Fund coming up that will feature Congressman Steve Scalise speaking! If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Tanya T(Our in-house Movie Critic) stopped by the studio to give you a look ahead at the movies that are coming out this weekend! From “Crazy Rich Asians” to “Mile 22”, there are movies out this weekend for everyone in the family! “Crazy Rich Asians” is a fun date movie with an all Asian cast … Continue reading “Headed to the Theater this Weekend? – @TheJTShow”
Mississippi State has some great athletes on campus this year, but who is the one who stands highest above the crowd? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman debate who is the Bulldog that shines the brightest in 2018.
How are the people covering Mississippi State on a daily basis looking at this year’s team? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman reveal the third annual Mississippi State Media poll, which provides an optimistic outlook for the Bulldogs. The guys also continue the Opponent Preview series with a look at Louisiana-Lafayette, and unveil the first ever … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Revealing the 2018 Mississippi State Media Poll”