It was the first weekend where basketball and baseball intersected at Mississippi State, and what a weekend it was for the Bulldogs. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look all the victories wrapped in maroon and white over the past three days.
With more than a hundred former Diamond Dawgs in attendance, three legends in Will Clark, Rafael Palmeiro, and Jeff Brantley throwing out the first pitch, and the reveal of the Ron Polk Ring of Honor in the right field plaza, you had to remember there were baseball games actually being played this weekend at Dudy … Continue reading “Mississippi State Caps Historic Weekend of Baseball With A Doubleheader Sweep”
Today was a celebration of Mississippi State baseball, with the legends of the past here to celebrate the future, the opening of the newly renovated, remodeled, and rebuilt Dudy Noble Field. With all that happening in the background, you could forgive the current Bulldog squad for perhaps being distracted from the task at hand, getting … Continue reading “Mississippi States Opens The New Dudy Noble Field With a 14-3 Win”
It’s the first weekend where all the spring sports are in swing at Mississippi State. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman preview the MSU men’s trip to Arkansas, give their final thoughts on Opening Day at Dudy Noble, and give way to Future Brian who recaps MSU’s upset loss to Missouri on Thursday night.
Mississippi State has been on a bit of a tear in recruiting, adding two commitments last week, then bringing in wide receiver Alex Adams out of South Pike High School, Magnolia, MS today. Adams chose Mississippi State over offers from Ole Miss, Southern Mississippi and Tulane. #HailState 🐶🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/G4gGAovDt9 — Alex adams (@alexadams_uno) February 14, … Continue reading “Mississippi State Adds to Its 2020 Football Recruiting Class”
Tuesday night at the Humphrey Coliseum, Mississippi State fans finally saw the team that so many analysts had high hopes for this season. Now facing four games against teams that are far below them in the NET rankings, can Mississippi State keep up the intensity? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman answer that question, plus Brian … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Can Mississippi State Basketball Duplicate It’s Best Performance?”
Everybody from Ben Howland down agreed, the game Tuesday night against Alabama was a must win for Mississippi State. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman examine how not only did the Bulldogs win, they dominated the Crimson Tide and played perhaps their most complete game of the season.
Ben Howland told the media after Saturday’s loss to Kentucky that Mississippi State’s game on Tuesday against Alabama was a must win, a game the Bulldogs had to have if they wanted to put together a push that got them back into the NCAA Tournament. That message was obviously heard by his team, as MSU … Continue reading “Mississippi State Gets the Win It Had to Have, Take Down Alabama 81-62”
Projected top 10 pick Jeffery Simmons is now facing a major blow to his first round NFL Draft hopes, as reported today originally by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the All-SEC defensive tackle suffered a knee injury which resulted in a torn ACL. Simmons says he was injured during drills while practicing in Boca Raton, FL. Here’s … Continue reading “Former MSU Star Jeffery Simmons Suffers ACL Injury During NFL Draft Prep”
Mississippi State begins the real road to the NCAA Tournament in tonight’s rematch against Alabama at the Humphrey Coliseum. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman explain why this game is so important and why it could be different than the loss the Bulldogs suffered in Tuscaloosa two weeks ago.
Mississippi State has been grinding along in SEC play and staying around .500, but back to back losses have put the Bulldogs in a tight spot. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman examine what State has to do if they want to punch a ticket to the NCAA tournament, plus a look at a historic win … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Men’s Basketball Has No Room For Error”
For the second time in four games, Mississippi State found themselves in a double digit hole going into the half. For the second time in four games, MSU was unable to dig out of that deficit, as a 19-2 run in the second half was not enough to ever get over the top against Kentucky, … Continue reading “Mississippi State Takes Another Tough Loss, Drops 71-67 Decision to Kentucky”