It appears that for all intents and purposes, Mississippi State will break a decade long drought away from March Madness. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at Tuesday night’s win over Missouri that more or less has the Bulldogs looking ahead to the NCAA Tournament, plus MSU football takes what appears to be … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State’s NCAA Tournament Ticket is Punched”
On a night where Nick Weatherspoon sat on the bench in street clothes, still unable to play as a result of his indefinite suspension, and where Lamar Peters and Aric Holman, two players everyone would have identified as key cogs before the season began, were held scoreless, Mississippi State got off to a blazing start … Continue reading “Mississippi State Does More With Less, Takes Down Missouri 68-49”
After hurling a 1-2-3 ninth inning that saw him sit at 91 mph with his fastball and flip over a breaking ball for the first of two strikeouts in the frame, Ryan Olenek is serious about pitching. Make no mistake about it, the centerfielder having pitching role is developing into a real thing. “I mean, … Continue reading “Ole Miss erases early 4-0 deficit, tops UT Martin”
The sense of newness will be difficult to ignore for Ole Miss as it hit the field for the start of spring practice on Tuesday. Two new coordinators, soon-to-be three new assistant coaches and a slew of holes to fill on the offensive side of the football will make for a lot of growing pains … Continue reading “Three areas to watch as Ole Miss begins spring practice”
Ole Miss begins spring practice on Tuesday. Matt Luke discussed the new staff, new faces on the field and more.
Sean Miller of Arizona and Will Wade were subpoenaed to appear in court in April, but should dirty recruiting in college sports actually lead to criminal charges? Also on the show, Lebron James needs to own his team’s failures – Boogie Cousins gets dumb technical – Sports gambling’s next step in Mississippi
Mississippi State’s passing game was at best a disappointment in 2018, and the biggest reason the Bulldogs weren’t able to deliver on their preseason hype. Can the receiver group take a huge step forward in 2019 and elevate Joe Moorhead’s offense to where he expects it to be? Brian Hadad takes a look at that … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Can Mississippi State’s Wide Receivers Deliver in 2019?”
Mississippi State has gotten off to a good start this baseball season, and coming off a huge series win over Southern Mississippi. Coach Chris Lemonis joined SportsTalk Mississippi on Monday to discuss last weekend and what’s to come for the Diamond Dawgs. Photo courtesy of Mississippi State athletics
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister discuss an interesting weekend in Oxford with the on-campus protests, Ole Miss Basketball’s win over Georgia and Ole Miss Baseball taking a series on the road at Tulane.
Mississippi State’s weekend didn’t start off very promising, with a loss to Southern Mississippi in extra innings and the threat of rain possibly washing out the remainder of the series. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss how the weekend did a complete 180 from there, with the Bulldogs celebrating victories on all fields of play.
Mississippi State and Southern Mississippi put on a great display of college baseball in the sport’s premier facility this weekend, so it’s only fitting Sunday’s rubber match between the in-state rivals was decided in the game’s final at bat. The Bulldogs got an RBI double from sophomore Tanner Allen to walk-off the Golden Eagles in … Continue reading “Mississippi State Takes The Series From USM in Walk-Off Fashion, Wins Game Three 4-3”
With 4:04 left in the first half, South Carolina was all over Mississippi State, up 16 points and holding the Bulldogs under 30% shooting. With 3:56 left in the second half, true freshman forward Reggie Perry hit two free throws to put MSU up 11, and from there State would add on, taking a 76-61 … Continue reading “Mississippi State With a Huge Turnaround, Takes Down South Carolina 76-61”