An undermanned Ole Miss defense did everything it could to keep the Rebels within striking distance against Auburn on Saturday, but eventually the lack of depth and the other various shortcomings the unit has battled all year surfaced in a 31-16 defeat to the Tigers. “It was tough,” linebacker Mohamed Sanogo said. “We worked hard … Continue reading “Depleted Ole Miss Defense Falters in Second Half in Loss to Auburn”
Ole Miss failed another test against a quality SEC defense on Saturday in a 31-16 loss to Auburn, a result that is becoming a reoccurring issue for a team that relies heavily on its offense to mask the shortcomings of its defense. On this day, the opposite was largely true. The defense played well enough … Continue reading “Ole Miss Offense Falters in Red Zone in 31-16 Loss to Auburn”
There are only two weeks left in the regular season after tonight. And there were a bunch of teams in “must-win” mode with the playoffs on the line.
Mississippi State and LSU are set for a huge clash on Saturday night at Tiger Stadium, with the winner possibly providing the last real challenge to Alabama in the SEC West. Brian Hadad and Stephen Agostinelli of SixPackSpeak.com catch up with Peter Burns, host of SEC Now on the SEC Network, to preview Saturday’s premier … Continue reading “T&L Exclusive: Previewing MSU-LSU with Peter Burns of the SEC Network”
In this week’s edition of Beat Reporter’s Take, Tom Green of AL.com joined us to talk Ole Miss-Auburn. Green covers the Tigers and provided some interesting insight on the state of this Auburn team that has had a tough couple of weeks. You can follow Tom on Twitter (@Tomas_Verde) and read his coverage here. It’s … Continue reading “Beat Reporter’s Take: Five Question For AL.com’s Tom Green”
The benefits of eating together as a family are numerous – from better grades in school, better communication skills, decreasing risky behaviors and better overall nutrition. Yet, despite these health benefits, only 30 percent of families make time to eat one meal together each day. Dr. Brent Fountain, Human Nutrition Specialist, with Mississippi State University … Continue reading “Eat Better, Eat Together”
Mississippi State heads to Death Valley for a crucial showdown with their old rivals from LSU. Who takes this big SEC West showdown? We’ve got the preview on this special edition of Thunder & Lightning.
Agriculture Commissioner Andy Gibson called into The Gallo Show Thursday to respond to a topic discussed on air about Canada’s legalization of pot. Commissioner Gibson breaks some news about hemp seeds detected in Mississippi seed supply.
Mississippi State’s defense has been solid all season long, but in SEC play, they have not faced an offense as efficient as the LSU Tigers. The Tigers are their usual impressive selves on the rushing front, but Joe Burrow has provided some consistency in the passing game the Bayou Bengals have missed in years past. … Continue reading “MSU Practice Report: Mississippi State Set for a Balanced LSU Offensive Attack”
Ole Miss is winding down its week of practice in preparation for an Auburn team that has lost back-to-back games and has had a tumultuous couple of weeks. Matt Luke updated the injuries, discussed the matchup with the Tigers and more. Some news and notes from Wednesday practice: Injury notes: — C.J. Miller will again … Continue reading “Ole Miss Wednesday Practice Report: Braylon Sanders Discusses Stepping Into Bigger Role”
You don’t have to be a fan of sports to be entertained by the documentary series Between the Pines: Mississippi’s Greatest Sports Stories. With the help of C Spire and others, TV and radio personality Jon Wiener and his brother, a filmmaker star in his own right, are bringing Mississippi’s most celebrated sports stories to … Continue reading “Between the Pines: Mississippi’s Greatest Sports Stories”
This week, Dave talks with Dr. Tim Lea, Veteran Affairs officer with UCLA-Wesson at Co-Lin Community College.