It was no surprise to learn that Jeffery Simmons would forgo his senior year at Mississippi State to make his way to the NFL. Brian Hadad says that Simmons will soon be among the elite defensive linemen in pro football, and should be applauded for taking advantage of his second chance.
OIe Miss signed 25 players on Wednesday, putting most of the hay in the barn in terms of filling out its 2019 signing class. The Rebels still have the ability to sign 5-7 kids in February and will target some specific needs, but the bulk of the class is already in place. With that in … Continue reading “Who could make an impact immediately for Ole Miss?”
Mississippi State’s final availability before heading to Tampa saw a number of coaches and players speak to the local media, and it was interesting to see how their minds were split between the present task of preparing for Iowa and the coming offseason and the look ahead to 2019. Running backs coach Charles Huff couldn’t … Continue reading “STM Bulldogs Bowl Preview: Both Sides Speak, and Jeffery Simmons Gives More Details About his NFL Decision”
Mississippi State defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons ended what little suspense there was by announcing his decision to enter the 2019 NFL Draft as a junior on Thursday. Simmons was a two time All-SEC performer while in Starkville, leading a defense that finished in the top 10 in nearly every statistical category in 2018. He finished … Continue reading “Mississippi State’s Jeffery Simmons Declares for the NFL Draft”
Joe Moorhead’s first year had a lot of ups and a few downs, and now with his first full signing class coming together, Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman got the chance to talk with the Bulldog head coach about recruiting, this past season, and the upcoming Outback Bowl. The guys also take a look at … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Joe Moorhead Speaks + MSU Basketball Continues to Scorch the Nets”
It’s been just over a year since Joe Moorhead was named head football coach at Mississippi State, and it’s been a year filled with some huge highs and some lows to overcome. How does Moorhead grade himself, and what are his thoughts on his first full signing class? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman catch up … Continue reading “T&L Exclusive: Coach Joe Moorhead on Signing Day, the Outback Bowl, and 2018 in Retrospective”
After Saturday’s win over Cincinnati, Mississippi State head coach Ben Howland was adamant with the media, Wednesday’s game against Wofford was going to be incredibly tough. Howland’s words were prophetic, as the Bulldogs had to battle back from a nine point halftime deficit to claim a 98-87 win over the relentless Terriers. Mississippi State shot … Continue reading “Mississippi State Avoids Any Letdown in 98-87 Win Over Wofford”
Ole Miss did the bulk of its work in filling out its 2019 recruiting class during Wednesday’s early signing day. The Rebels signed 25 players in a class that featured seven offensive linemen, five defensive backs, four linebackers, four wide receivers, two defensive linemen and two quarterbacks. “I felt like we were able to address … Continue reading “Matt Luke discusses 25 new signees, what is left in February to round out Ole Miss’ 2019 class”
Mississippi State is prepared to welcome a host of new Bulldogs here on National Signing Day. This thread will be updated as the LOI’s roll in. Quinton Torbor-WR-Destrehan, LA Rated the #83 WR in the nation by 247 Sports. Javeious Purvis-DB-Pelahatchie, MS Rated as the nation’s #55 safety and the #23 player in Mississippi by … Continue reading “Mississippi State National Signing Day Central”
It is national signing day for Ole Miss and SuperTalk has you covered with live updates throughout the day. Below is a running list of the Rebels’ signees, their position and rating per 247Sports composite rankings. Class ranking (As of 12:20 P.M. CT) Rivals: 23rd 247Sports: 21st ESPN: 20th Player/Position (3 star) S- A.J. … Continue reading “Ole Miss National Signing Day Central”
Signing Day is here, and Mississippi State hopes to take the majority of it’s 2019 class from commitment to signee. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at who’s expected, and Future Brian updates their report plus recaps MSU’s tough loss at Oregon.
Kermit Davis will face his former employer on Friday when Ole Miss travels to Nashville to take on Middle Tennessee State at Bridgestone Arena — the site of the 2019 SEC Basketball Tournament. Davis and Olejniczak preview the Blue Raiders and discuss how crucial post play will be to the Rebels as they enter SEC … Continue reading “WATCH: Kermit Davis, Olejniczak Preview Middle Tennessee State”