The Mississippi State Legislature wasted no time during their first day back in Jackson, voting 151-8 in favor of an override of Governor Tate Reeves’ education appropriations bill veto. It was the first time that a Mississippi governor’s veto has been overridden since 2002 when Ronnie Musgrove was in office. This was just the latest … Continue reading “Rep. White discusses HB 1700, litigation against Gov. Reeves”
Rumors continue to fly around social media surrounding the potential cancellation of the college football season, but from that has sprung a movement of the players to save their teams. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman ask the push from the athletes will be enough to save college football in 2020. Thunder & Lightning · 8-11-20: … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Can College Football’s Players Save the Season?”
Supertalk Eagle Hour · Eagle Hour – August 10, 2020 [Segments 3 & 4] Due to technical issues in the first two segments, only segments 3 and 4 are available for the August 10, 2020 Eagle Hour. Our apologies for any inconvenience.
The Mississippi State Legislature will be reconvening today at 1 p.m. as the budget for the fiscal year 2021 not only lacks an education portion, after Governor Tate Reeves decided to veto it, but it didn’t leave any room for the Department of Marine Resources. Representative Trey Lamar made an appearance on today’s episode of The … Continue reading “Rep. Lamar on returning to the capitol, lawsuit against governor”
It started with the MAC cancelling their season, then reporting of the Big10 following suit came next, then the players decided to make their voices heard. On today’s show, we lay it all out for you and tell you what’s next for CFB and the SEC Rebel Report · Is college football dead in 2020?
Friday saw the SEC release the extra two opponents, and it appeared we were moving forward with the 2020 season in some form or fashion. 48 hours later, it appears everything has fallen apart and now the season is on the precipice of not happening at all. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss how we … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Has College Football Reached the Tipping Point?”
Its been a good few weeks for Mississippi State on the recruiting trail, as the Bulldogs have racked up five commitments in the past 10 days. State made it two this weekend, starting with Lafayette County DB Brendan Toles flipping his pledge to Mike Leach and staff from Louisiana Tech, then adding Jacobi Moore, a … Continue reading “Mississippi State Picks Up Two Commitments in Two Days”
On today’s show: I break down the two new SEC opponents on Ole Miss’ schedule, why the SEC could have avoided the claims of bias after Alabama/LSU/UGA get favorable opponents, and a look at the schedules around the SEC Rebel Report · Ole Miss draws USC and Kentucky on 10-game schedule
It’s almost all set for Mississippi State this season, as the SEC announced that the Bulldogs would be adding Georgia and Vanderbilt to the docket for the 2020 campaign. 👋 @VandyFootball x @GeorgiaFootball #HailState🐶 pic.twitter.com/2NHTyRdRaj — Mississippi State Football (@HailStateFB) August 7, 2020 Dates for all 10 games on the 2020 schedule remain TBA, with … Continue reading “Mississippi State Adds Georgia and Vanderbilt to 2020 Football Schedule”
Public Service Commissioner Dane Maxwell has had quite a busy week. On Tuesday, Maxwell’s office announced that over $160 million would be going towards Mississippi solar projects, and then today, he was officially named the Trump Campaign Director for Mississippi. Check out what all Maxwell had to say about being selected to the position by … Continue reading “Maxwell speaks on being named Trump Campaign Director for Miss.”
As some Mississippi State students are set to move on to campus this Monday, Mississippi State President Mark Keenum joined The Gallo Show this morning to talk about what the upcoming school year is going to look like. He also talks about how he expects the SEC to announce the two additional conference opponents for … Continue reading “MSU President talks start of school, SEC football”
Mississippi Department of Corrections Commissioner Burl Cain, who was selected earlier this year by Governor Tate Reeves to fill the role, made an appearance on today’s episode of The Gallo Show to provide an update on the prison system. Cain came into the job quite optimistic that he could turn around one of the most … Continue reading “Burl Cain has already started turning around MDOC”