Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Starts A Killer Stretch Against #8 Kentucky

Four games against ranked opponents in the next five will provide an incredible challenge for Mississippi State. Getting a few wins would all but lock the Bulldogs into a NCAA tournament berth and perhaps catapult them into the SEC championship hunt. A few losses, and the Bulldogs can expect to spend March on the bubble. … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Starts A Killer Stretch Against #8 Kentucky”

Mississippi State’s Ride on the Coaching Carousel Contines As Luke Getsy Returns to the NFL

As late as a week ago, it appeared Mississippi State would be returning the majority of its staff from the 2018 season, with only Tony Hughes as a new face on the coaching directory. That changed on Sunday, as running backs coach Charles Huff made it official that he would be leaving for a similar … Continue reading “Mississippi State’s Ride on the Coaching Carousel Contines As Luke Getsy Returns to the NFL”

DeSoto County Teacher Brings the Farm to the Classroom

Agriculture is the number 1 industry in Mississippi, and it is finding it’s way into the classrooms in unique ways.  Todd Willis is a 3rd grade teacher at Pleasant Hill Elementary in Olive Branch, Mississippi interweaving horticulture and agriculture into every learning lessons. Todd’s agriculture based elementary curriculum is part of an exchange of ideas … Continue reading “DeSoto County Teacher Brings the Farm to the Classroom”

Commissioner Brandon Presley on Rural Broadband | @TheJTShow

Brandon Presley(Public Service Commissioner for the Northern District of Mississippi) joined the conversation to give his take on the push to allow electric co-ops to provide broadband internet to rural areas. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Mississippi Museums Open(and Free) Today! | @TheJTShow

Michael Morris(Public Information Officer – Mississippi Department of Archives and History) to talk about Martin Luther King Jr Day and the fact that you can visit the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum for free today in honor of the holiday! If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find … Continue reading “Mississippi Museums Open(and Free) Today! | @TheJTShow”

Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Resets its Slow Start With Win at Vanderbilt

It was simple, Mississippi State had to beat a downtrodden Vanderbilt team in Nashville to avoid a disastrous 1-3 start in SEC play. The Bulldogs did exactly that, and now face a monster five game stretch which may define the season. Brian Hadad examines that, plus takes a look at a tough day for MSU … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Resets its Slow Start With Win at Vanderbilt”

A day after: Three thoughts from Ole Miss’ win over Arkansas

Kermit Davis called Ole Miss’ 84-67 win over Arkansas its best win of the season. The sentiment was largely shaped around the fact the Rebels rebounded from their first loss in nearly two months and their first defeat in SEC play.  The team survived with a hobbled Devontae Shuler and led wire-to-wire in a game … Continue reading “A day after: Three thoughts from Ole Miss’ win over Arkansas”

Ole Miss rebounds from defeat with 84-67 win over Arkansas

A favorable reaction to its first, albeit small, dose of adversity prompted Kermit Davis to label Ole Miss’ 84-67 win over Arkansas the team’s best of the season. “We have two top 15 wins and some great wins, but that was probably our best win of the year,” Kermit Davis said. “It is because of … Continue reading “Ole Miss rebounds from defeat with 84-67 win over Arkansas”

Deepwater Mafia Dive Club | @TheJTShow

It isn’t all that often that JT has a conversation with guys named “Salty Bones” and “Bob the Pirate”, but that was the case on the JT Show as Bob “the Pirate” Brown and Skip “Salty Bones” Roberts joined the conversation to discuss their scuba club and the work they do to fight the invasive … Continue reading “Deepwater Mafia Dive Club | @TheJTShow”

Thunder & Lightning: MSU Overcomes Injury to Defeat South Carolina + The Inaugural Joeltie Awards

It could have gone the other way for Mississippi State, as the Bulldogs lost Chloe Bibby just a minute into Thursday’s night game with South Carolina, but the Bulldogs pushed through and ran away with an 89-74 win. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman break down that victory, preview the men’s trip to Vanderbilt, then dole … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: MSU Overcomes Injury to Defeat South Carolina + The Inaugural Joeltie Awards”

Shuler expected to play against Arkansas despite foot injury

Ole Miss returns to the floor on Saturday at home against Arkansas after suffering its first loss in nearly two months, dropping an 83-69 decision to LSU in The Pavilion. The most significant news coming out of the game was regarding the health of sophomore point guard Devontae Shuler, who Kermit Davis said has been … Continue reading “Shuler expected to play against Arkansas despite foot injury”

Fred Cannon on @TheJTShow

Fred Cannon, a Mississippi native that has been involved in the music industry since the 1950’s and worked with groups like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Pink Floyd while they spent time in Europe, stopped by to sit down with JT to talk about their shared love for classic rock and to discuss Mr. … Continue reading “Fred Cannon on @TheJTShow”