SEC Names Reggie Perry First Team All Conference, Tyson Carter Sixth Man of the Year

Both Bulldogs have been key to Mississippi State’s success this season Mississippi State saw two of its players honored by the Southeastern Conference on Tuesday, as Reggie Perry was named to the All-SEC first team, and Tyson Carter was awarded Sixth Man of the Year. Your #SECMBB Sixth Man of the Year: Mississippi State‚Äôs @Tyson23Carter … Continue reading “SEC Names Reggie Perry First Team All Conference, Tyson Carter Sixth Man of the Year”

Mississippi State’s NCAA Tournament Resume-3/9/20

Can Mississippi State do enough in Nashville to get a bid to the Big Dance? Mississippi State’s regular season is over, and the Bulldogs find themselves in fourth place in the SEC. That would normally be enough to guarantee a spot in the NCAA Tournament, but instead the Bulldogs are still squarely on the bubble. … Continue reading “Mississippi State’s NCAA Tournament Resume-3/9/20”

Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Prepares to Make Its Final Push for the NCAA Tournament

Mississippi State took care of its business on Saturday, and some help from around the league gave the Bulldogs a top four finish in the SEC. Can State do enough in Nashville to ensure their name being called on Selection Sunday? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look back at that game and the rest of … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Prepares to Make Its Final Push for the NCAA Tournament”

WATCH: Coach Chris Lemonis and Players React to MSU’s 8-4 Win Over Quinnipiac

Mississippi State’s message was simple this week, winning is better than losing. Here’s what Coach Chris Lemonis, senior relief pitcher David Dunlavey, and junior shortstop Jordan Westburg had to say following Sunday’s 8-4 victory over Quinnipiac that gave the Bulldogs a much needed sweep. COACH CHRIS LEMONIS MSU Baseball: Coach Chris Lemonis https://t.co/p2S4zFWiln — SportsTalk … Continue reading “WATCH: Coach Chris Lemonis and Players React to MSU’s 8-4 Win Over Quinnipiac”

Mississippi State Gets Much Needed Sweep With 8-4 Sunday Win Over Quinnipiac

Bulldogs get the sweep heading into a challenging week Mississippi State knew after a tough week that getting back on the winning track by any means necessary was the goal this weekend against Quinnipiac. Despite some struggles at the plate and in the field the past three days, the Bulldogs got what they wanted, closing … Continue reading “Mississippi State Gets Much Needed Sweep With 8-4 Sunday Win Over Quinnipiac”

Mississippi State Makes Final Statement for NCAA Tournament in 69-44 Win Over Ole Miss

Bulldogs hammer the Rebels behind stifling defense If you could go back to November and tell Ben Howland that his team would finish 4th in the SEC and grab a double bye in the SEC Tournament, he’d have felt very confident that not only was his Mississippi State team comfortably in the NCAA Tournament, but … Continue reading “Mississippi State Makes Final Statement for NCAA Tournament in 69-44 Win Over Ole Miss”

Thunder & Lightning: How Different Will Mississippi State Be Defensively This Fall?

Since Mike Leach’s arrival in January, nearly all of the focus on Mississippi State football has been on the Air Raid offense and how different the Bulldogs will look when they have the ball. But what about Zach Arnett’s and the 3-3-5 defense? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at what’s coming to … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: How Different Will Mississippi State Be Defensively This Fall?”