Thunder & Lightning: Where Does Mississippi State Have the Advantage Over Ole Miss?

In 2016, Nick Fitzgerald and Mississippi State ran over, around, and through Ole Miss en route to a blowout win in the Battle For the Golden Egg. This season, could it be Ole Miss who takes back the trophy behind possibly the best running quarterback in the SEC? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman make the … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Where Does Mississippi State Have the Advantage Over Ole Miss?”

Rebels struggle offensively in win over Seattle

photo credit: Joshua McCoy — Ole Miss Athletics OXFORD– For roughly 29 minutes, Ole Miss played pretty clean basketball, particularly on the defensive end of the floor in a 65-52 over Seattle to close out a perfect four-game homestand to begin the 2019 season. The final 11 minutes of the game, however, were tough on the … Continue reading “Rebels struggle offensively in win over Seattle”

Thunder & Lightning: Why Are Mississippi State Fans Conceding The Egg Bowl?

Mississippi State will face Ole Miss in just over a week’s time, with a likely bowl bid on the line for the Bulldogs. It hasn’t been a great season for either side, but so many of the maroon and white faithful are already preparing for the worst. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman want to know … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Why Are Mississippi State Fans Conceding The Egg Bowl?”

Strong rushing performance not enough to erase early deficit as Rebels fall to LSU

PHOTO CREDIT: Joshua McCoy – Ole Miss Athletics  OXFORD — Ole Miss never stood a chance after a sluggish start landed it in a four-touchdown hole as the Rebels fell 58-37 to LSU on Saturday evening. Joe Burrow and a high-flying Tigers’ offense unleashed an air-heavy dismantling of a young and shorthanded secondary in the game’s … Continue reading “Strong rushing performance not enough to erase early deficit as Rebels fall to LSU”

Mississippi State Unable To Do Much of Anything in 38-7 Loss to Alabama

Two weeks ago, Mississippi State’s offense looked crisp and creative in a blowout win over Arkansas. Today against a far superior Alabama squad, the Bulldogs were the opposite, as the Crimson Tide limited State to 270 yards in a 38-7 blowout. Tommy Stevens made his second straight start, and rushed for 96 yards on the … Continue reading “Mississippi State Unable To Do Much of Anything in 38-7 Loss to Alabama”