Today we look at things Kansas State does well and not-so-well ahead of their match up with Mississippi State in Starkville on Saturday. We also take a peak at the things that Ole Miss can take away from a game against an FCS opponent in SELA
Mississippi State defeated Kansas State easily a season ago, behind a dominant showing from its offensive and defensive line. Can the Bulldogs repeat that performance? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss how the big uglies will decide this SEC-Big 12 showdown, with help from Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle.
Mississippi State welcomes Kansas State to Starkville Saturday, with both teams trying to get to 3-0 on the season. Brian Hadad welcomes Wildcat beat writer Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle to get an inside look at this opponent from the Big 12.
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister remember where they were on 9-11, break down OM SEC hoops schedule, some injury updates and football talk. Plus, Louisiana football correspondent and friend of the show Andrew Stephens returns.
Wednesday means one thing, Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman are diving into the mailbag to answer your questions. This edition of The Rumblings has a lot of Tommy Stevens worry, and you’ll find out what the guys think about paying college players, their favorite meals in Starkville, and whether or not you should participate in … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: The Rumblings Cover Championship Wishes and Barbeque Dreams”
Mississippi State brought both quarterbacks who saw the field on Saturday to the podium on Tuesday night, as preparation for Kansas State continues. Both Tommy Stevens and Garrett Shrader appear to be ready should their name be called by Joe Moorhead to take on the Wildcats. MSU Football: Tommy Stevens https://t.co/rV42xJF77i — SportsTalk Mississippi (@SportsTalkMiss) … Continue reading “WATCH: Tommy Stevens, Garrett Shrader and Mississippi State Continues to Prepare For Kansas State”
Ole Miss got in the win column over the weeken, but it came at a cost. Star inside linebacker Mohamed Sanogo broke his ankle on the fourth play of the game in a punt-cover situation and will miss 10 weeks. It’s unlikely Sanogo will play again this season. Inside linebackers coach Jeff Koonz is now … Continue reading “Practice report: Knox talks early-season progress, Koonz adjusts without Sanogo”
The first Monday Night Football game of the 2019 season was an instant classic as the Saints used a 58 yard field goal to beat the Texans as time expired. We break down the how and why from the Black and Gold’s opening night win on today’s show
Mississippi State fans saw Tommy Stevens leave last Saturday’s game with Southern Mississippi with an apparent arm injury. Now the question is when will Stevens return? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman have the latest on the Bulldogs’ signal caller.
A natural look of concern spread across Mike MacIntyre’s face when he saw Mohamed Sanogo down on the grass, writhing in pain in the early minutes of Ole Miss’ 31-17 win over Arkansas. The junior inside linebacker was injured on a punt cover play after the first series of the game, one in which Ole … Continue reading “How Ole Miss will try to replace star linebacker Sanogo”
Mississippi State goes to 2-0, and finds itself in the polls as the Bulldogs prepare to welcome Kansas State for the first non-conference game against a Power 5 team at Davis Wade Stadium in 10 years. Joe Moorhead took a look at that game and updated the status of his injured Bulldogs, including quarterback Tommy … Continue reading “WATCH: Joe Moorhead Previews Kansas State and Updates Injuries in His Weekly Press Conference”
Matt Luke, Rich Rodriguez and Mike MacIntyre addressed the media at their weekly Monday press conference. Luke and the coordinators reacted to what they saw on film from the Rebels’ 31-17 win over Arkansas.