Last week, Mississippi State looked like a ship without a rudder in a 31-24 loss to Kansas State. This week, with a new captain of the ship behind center, the Bulldogs controlled the game from start to finish against Kentucky, taking a 28-13 win home to begin SEC play. Garrett Shrader took advantage of his … Continue reading “Mississippi State Finds Its Way Back in 28-13 Victory Over Kentucky”
The penultimate play sparked controversy, and its outcome bred uncertainty. Did Elijah Moore catch John Rhys Plumlee’s pass over the goal line for a touchdown with 13 seconds remaining? THE ENDING TO THIS CAL/OLE MISS GAME!!! WOW!!! CAL WINS!!!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/8WOB26A3zu — #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 21, 2019 Plumlee rolled to his left and peered at Moore … Continue reading “Ole Miss loss ends on controversial play”
OXFORD — Ole Miss has to answer some tough questions after Cal issued it a gut punch in a 28-20 defeat on Saturday to drop the Rebels to 2-2 on the season. The controversial, penultimate play is merely a short-term diversion from the underlying issues that plague a football team with an uphill battle ahead and … Continue reading “Cal exposes familiar deficiencies as Rebels suffer gut-wrenching loss”
It’s a picks Friday! We picked 6 games for you this weekend including Ole Miss/Cal and MSU/Kentucky.
Gov. Phil Bryant joins the conversation by phone to discuss a new international partnership that benefits the Magnolia State farmers, and if you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister takes your mailbag questions, offer their final thoughts on a huge game for Ole Miss, make picks and more.
Mississippi State will look to get back on a winning track Saturday when Kentucky comes to town for an inter-division showdown. Brian Hadad has the full breakdown of what to expect when the Bulldogs and Wildcats take the field at Davis Wade Stadium.
Roy Ray & Gary Adams stopped by to discuss the Rotary Family & Youth Initiative with Gary Darby. Some of these numbers and information will amaze you. Please listen!
Mike Chaney(Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal) stops by the studio to talk with JT about a grant for $5 Million to help buy fire trucks across the state and some lower rates for insurance for Mississippians, as well as talking about the wild world of politics in the Magnolia State. If you missed his … Continue reading “Mike Chaney Stops by the Studio”
Richard Cross, Michael Borkey and Brian Scott Rippee sat down with tournament director Steve Jent at the Sanderson Farms Championship yesterday. Find out just how much notoriety and awareness this spectacular tournament brings to Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children and the Magnolia State.
The 52nd annual Sanderson Farms Championship teed off at the Country Club of Jackson this morning. This year’s field is headlined by some of the top players on the PGA Tour thanks to the tournament receiving a stand-alone date in 2019. Among the top participants are two-time major winner and five-time Ryder Cup team member … Continue reading “LIVE LEADERBOARD: 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship”
Kash Daniel, a Kentucky linebacker, is in the news this morning for a clear ankle twist of Florida’s quarterback Kyle Trask. Should the SEC suspend him? I think so. Also on the show, is Kentucky a “must win” for MSU? And finally, what opportunity Ole Miss has with Cal on Saturday