Ta’amu, Offense Struggle Against Crimson Tide Defense

The first 11 seconds of this game seemingly served as validation of how explosive this Ole Miss offense can be. D.K. Metcalf beat Alabama corner Saivion Smith down the near sideline and caught a 75-yard deep ball from Jordan Ta’amu for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. It gave the Rebels a 7-0 … Continue reading “Ta’amu, Offense Struggle Against Crimson Tide Defense”

STM Gameday: Mississippi State Makes it Three in a Row, Take Down Louisiana 56-10

Three games, three easy wins for Mississippi State, as the Bulldogs cruise to a 56-10 win over the University of Louisiana. It was an impressive night for the Bulldog offense, and especially quarterback Nick Fitzgerald as he followed up a tough debut last week at Kansas State with one of his best games as a … Continue reading “STM Gameday: Mississippi State Makes it Three in a Row, Take Down Louisiana 56-10”

WEEK 5 – MS Farm Bureau Insurance Company Scoreboard Show

It’s week 5 of the high school football season here in Mississippi and it’s the week before regional play begins for most teams. Some of the big games tonight featured Brandon beating Northwest Rankin in 6A, defending 5A state champ West Point got back to their winning ways in a game against defending 4A state … Continue reading “WEEK 5 – MS Farm Bureau Insurance Company Scoreboard Show”

STM Bulldogs Mailbag: What Are Mississippi State Fans Asking About Week 3?

Mississippi State is back in action tomorrow night at Davis Wade Stadium, and the Bulldogs are looking to keep the early season momentum going.  I asked for some questions earlier today on Twitter, and here’s what you guys are wanting to know. How much action you think Aeris gets this weekend? — Hoopaddict3 (@Hoopsaddict3) September … Continue reading “STM Bulldogs Mailbag: What Are Mississippi State Fans Asking About Week 3?”

Brian Hadad talking MS State Football on @TheJTShow

Brian Hadad, the Mississippi State corespondent for Sports Talk Mississippi – Weekdays from 3-6 on your favorite SuperTalk station, stopped by the studio to talk with JT about the Mississippi State Football season so far and what to expect from this team moving forward! If you missed his conversation, you can find it here – … Continue reading “Brian Hadad talking MS State Football on @TheJTShow”

Floyd Allen’s Improbable Journey to the SEC

A black 2003 Honda Civic rolled to a stop in a parking lot at Alondra Park just off the campus of El Camino College in Los Angeles County, California. Just over eight miles west of Compton in the South Bay area, Floyd Allen put the car in park and lay down in the back seat. … Continue reading “Floyd Allen’s Improbable Journey to the SEC”

Leonardo da Vinci: Machines

Da Vinci’s Machines brings the innovations of Leonardo da Vinci to life. Featuring over 75 inventions reconstructed from his illustrations and writings, guests will encounter and test these amazing inventions, from flying machines and war weapons to diving gear and the self-propelled car. Da Vinci’s Machines is on exhibition at the Lauren Rogers Museum of … Continue reading “Leonardo da Vinci: Machines”

Sports-Related Injuries

If it’s fall in Mississippi, it’s the season for sports-related injuries. When athletes get hurt, there’s a fairly short list of common injuries that come into play. Chief among them: ankle sprains, muscle strains, concussions, shin splints and knee injuries such as anterior cruciate ligament tears and meniscal tears. Dr. Jim Hurt, assistant professor of orthopedic … Continue reading “Sports-Related Injuries”

Thunder & Lightning: Could This Be Mississippi State’s Greatest Defense Ever?

For nearly two decades now, Mississippi State’s 1999 defense has been the gold standard, the unit everybody has pointed to when asked what was the greatest group in school history. Does this 2018 defense have the potential to be crowned as the new king of the mountain? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look at both … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Could This Be Mississippi State’s Greatest Defense Ever?”

Practice Report: Mississippi State Still Has Things to Clean Up After a Dominating Performance

Mississippi State put together the kind of box score defensive coordinators dream about last week against Kansas State, holding the Wildcats to just over 200 yards and only 10 points.  Even with that kind of game, defensive coordinator Bob Shoop still saw plenty his unit has to correct after what he described as “the sloppiest … Continue reading “Practice Report: Mississippi State Still Has Things to Clean Up After a Dominating Performance”

Practice Report: Luke Updates Injuries, Discusses Challenges of Facing Alabama

The week of practice is winding down for Ole Miss as it prepares for the arduous task of facing the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide this weekend. Matt Luke provided injury updates and discussed the challenges Alabama presents following Wednesday’s practice. Injuries: Damarkus Lodge practiced in a green non-contact uniform on Wednesday and is probable for … Continue reading “Practice Report: Luke Updates Injuries, Discusses Challenges of Facing Alabama”