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Latest News from Central Mississippi
There is no more beloved Mississippi State Bulldog than Dak Prescott, and his long term future in Dallas is something everyone in maroon and white has thoughts about. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman dive into that situation with Cowboys beat writer Jon Machota of The Athletic. Thunder & Lightning · 7-9-20: Will Dak Prescott's Contract … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Will Dak Prescott’s Contract Situation Be Resolved Before the Season?”Read More
Dak Prescott’s contract remains one of the NFL’s biggest stories, and the news on Monday that Pat Mahomes had received a massive extension added another layer to the discussion. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman catch up with Jon Machota of The Athletic to get the latest on the favorite Bulldog son and his time as … Continue reading “T&L Extra: The Athletic’s Jon Machota on Dak Prescott’s Contract Situation”Read More
Missouri makes its first ever trip to Starkville this season for the first time since the Tigers joined the SEC. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman welcome Peter Baugh, who covers Mizzou for The Athletic to the podcast to get a look at a program most Mississippi State fans know little about. Photo courtesy of Scott … Continue reading “T&L Opponent Preview: The Athletic’s Peter Baugh Previews Missouri”Read More
State Auditor Shad White and his office have been quite busy over the past couple of months. In May, White found that over $90 million in grants were misused by the Mississippi Department of Human Services, and then earlier this week, the state auditor’s office announced that they had returned $150,000 to taxpayers during the … Continue reading “Shad White discusses the recent work his office has been doing”Read More
John Read of the Mississippi House of Representatives made an appearance on The Gallo Show this morning to recap the 2020 legislative session. From the removal of the state flag to complications induced by the novel coronavirus, this year’s session was both unusually long and historic. Hear all about it below.Read More