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All along Mississippi State’s defense, you’ll see some new faces replacing the stars from last year’s top ranked unit. The outlier is at linebacker, where the Bulldogs return two outstanding players. How good can Erroll Thompson and Willie Gay be? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at that in their positional breakdown, plus … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Does Mississippi State Have the SEC’s Best Linebackers?”
Mississippi State baseball coach Chris Lemonis had a new experience with his first home SEC series as head coach. He described the crowds and what he thinks of his team early in conference play
Ole Miss and MSU were both bounced in the first round of the NCAA tournament. We look at what the losses mean for both – What they did on the baseball diamond over the weekend – Why the NCAA tournament is better with blue bloods – and Gronk hangs it up
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister discuss the Madness of March, Ole Miss’ early exit and Ole Miss Baseball dropping 2 of 3 at Missouri iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/…/podca…/rebel-report/id1453233713… Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3IK4s3nSs82STAcNFerjxX…
Mississippi State’s calendar was loaded this past weekend, and by and large, it was a successful one in Starkville. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a Q&A format, with Joel asking Brian about the basketball games he covered, and Brian turning to Joel to recap the weekend on the diamond.
Even with all the basketball and baseball preoccupying the minds of Mississippi State, Joe Moorhead was able to grab some attention on Saturday, as the Bulldogs added two new faces to their 2020 recruiting class, one each for both sides of the line of scrimmage. Ring…The…Bell! 🔔🔔🔔#SipToState20#OneAtATime#HailState pic.twitter.com/r5GGdir0l3 — Coach Joe Moorhead (@BallCoachJoeMo) March 23, … Continue reading “Mississippi State Adds Two New Members to the Class of 2020”
The top-seeded Mississippi State women are moving on to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after a 103-46 routing of the 16th-seeded Southern University Jaguars in Starkville tonight. It didn’t take long for the Bulldogs to set the tone in this 1/16 matchup, and after the 1st quarter, MSU held a 27-point lead. The … Continue reading “Bulldog women cruise to 103-46 win over Southern”
From the moment Mississippi State’s name popped up to take on Liberty in the NCAA Tournament, the Bulldogs appeared to be a trendy pick to fall victim to the infamous 5-12 upset. The national experts were right on the money, as the Bulldogs gave away a ten point lead in the second half to fall … Continue reading “Mississippi State Falls Victim to March Madness in 80-76 Loss to Liberty”
Kermit Davis, Devontae Shuler, Terence Davis and Breein Tyree spoke to the media following Ole Miss’ 95-72 loss to Oklahoma. photo credit: Joshua McCoy — Ole Miss Athletics
It was an ugly loss to Oklahoma in the first round of the NCAA Tournament but the 2018-2019 Ole Miss Rebels undoubtedly overachieved. Brian Scott Rippee talked after the game about how Rebel head coach Kermit Davis worked with a bunch of pieces that didn’t necessarily fit and somehow molded them into a team that … Continue reading “STM AUDIO: Despite NCAA Tourney Loss, Ole Miss Undoubtedly Overachieved”