Joe Moorhead’s last few moments behind the microphone have had a common theme, that he is building a program better than the one he inherited when he took the job two Novembers ago. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman ask, is this the message Mississippi State fans want to hear, and will they buy in to … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Will Mississippi State Fans Accept Joe Moorhead’s Message?”
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant joined Paul to discuss the current affairs of the State, and the Gubernatorial election. Governor Bryant also expounds upon some of the national headlines concerning President Trump’s move to pull troops out of Syria, Lindsey Graham, and the biased leaders of corporate media. Segment 1 Segment 2 Segment 3
Matt Luke addressed the loss to Texas A&M, updated a lengthy injury report and shed some light on what his team will work on during the bye week as the Rebels prepare for a road trip at Auburn. Rich Rodriguez discussed the offensive dysfunction that led to the defeat, his two-quarterback system and how … Continue reading “WATCH: Luke, coordinators Monday presser”
Mississippi State put forth the kind of effort needed to win in the SEC on Saturday, but as Coach Joe Moorhead told the media on Monday, the execution was not where the Bulldogs need it to be. Here’s what Moorhead had to say on Monday about his team’s performance and what he’s seeing from Texas … Continue reading “WATCH: Coach Joe Moorhead Discusses Consistency in Good Habits Prior to Saturday’s Game”
David Allen(Vice President – Consolidated Catfish Producers) stops by the studio to talk about National Seafood Month and the sustainable resource that is catfish. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Rippee and Collin discuss the loss, Matt Luke’s inability to win close games, the mystifying quarterback management and more
Victoria Darden(Resident and Farmer in Issaquena County Delta Force Disaster Recovery Committee – Board Member) joins the conversation to tell her story of how the South Delta flooding impacted her family’s farm and to talk about the One Mississippi Delta Flood Recovery Concert. If you missed her conversation with JT, you can find it here … Continue reading “One Mississippi Delta Recovery Concert”
It might seem unusual to think you can take positives from a three touchdown loss, but that’s exactly what Mississippi State can do despite dropping its third straight game against LSU. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look at the good and the bad in the aftermath of Saturday’s defeat.
Michael and Steven break down everything that happened in Mississippi college football over the weekend.
Ole Miss let another one slip away in a 24-17 loss to Texas A&M on Saturday. It’s a defeat that manifested in missed opportunities, essentially expelled any postseason chances and once again left Matt Luke wondering what could have been. Again, this loss wasn’t for a lack of opportunity. Such a refrain has become a … Continue reading “Luke, Rebels squander another opportunity for a signature win in loss to Texas A&M”
Mississippi State showed a much better effort on Saturday against LSU, looking like a team with much more energy and effort than last week’s defeat at Tennessee. Despite that, the Bulldogs were unable to much of anything against the second ranked Tigers, as Joe Burrow threw for over 400 yards and 4 touchdowns en route … Continue reading “Mississippi State Continues to Flounder Offensively, Falls to LSU 36-13”
Rae Andreaccio, along with her brother Chris Thompson joined Paul to discuss the viral podcast “Culpable.” Culpable, a podcast produced in collaboration with Tenderfoot TV and Black Mountain Media, is a long form podcast which tells the story surrounding the death of Christian Andreaccio. Rae, Christian’s mother, has been skeptical of the police’s official declaration … Continue reading “Rae Andreacchio, A Mother in Mourning”