Head to Head with Matt Wyatt & Richard Cross
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Head to Head sets itself apart from others with in-depth interviews of the newsmakers in the world of sports. Matt Wyatt, Richard Cross and producer Michael Borkey share with you the stories - beyond the stats.
The new man that will grace the airwaves of the Mississippi State radio network joined Head to Head to talk about his new job, his inspiration, and the warm welcome he has received from State fans everywhere.
We asked Tim Brando of Fox Sports about the penalties that were handed down to Louisville basketball by the NCAA, the Oxford retail store that is suing Mississippi State football players, and the role of the SEC commissioner in NCAA proceedings. And as he usually does, Brando delivered some great thoughts.
In the wake of this article about a lawsuit involving Rebel Rags, a retail store in Oxford that was implicated in Ole Miss’ NCAA case, and two Mississippi State football players, among others; Michael McCann of Sports Illustrated joined Head to Head to deep dive into what the suit means.
Richard Cross caught up with Nick Mingione, the head coach for Kentucky baseball. Mingione spent time as an assistant under John Cohen for Mississippi State, and he and Cross talked about his time in Starkville, Brent Rooker, and his current Kentucky super regional squad.
hey, wait a second… where are you going? Look, I’m not going to pretend this is a state that WANTS to enjoy the sport of hockey. It rarely snows here, our lakes and ponds almost never freeze, and there isn’t any skating rinks around here. (That I can think of, anyway) BUT, hear me out, … Continue reading “Mississippi, it is time to pay attention to hockey.”
The SEC Spring meetings are happening this week. A ton of things happen at these meetings. Rule changes, alcohol sales, and similar things are all on the table. Also, however, is an opportunity for coaches to meet with the media. Hugh Freeze had his chance on Tuesday, and he addressed the NCAA situation:
A lot is made of the NFL Draft, and for good reason, but there are a TON of success stories of players who weren’t even drafted at all making an impact in the league. Mississippi colleges had a ton of guys who were not drafted get invited to NFL camps, so who has the best … Continue reading “Analyzing Mississippi’s undrafted free-agents”