Senquez Golson could feel himself hitting a wall. It was the spring of 2012, and as the calendar turned to May, fatigue began to set in. Golson was roughly six months removed from his first season of college football, a freshman campaign that saw him play in all 12 games and make four starts at … Continue reading “Golson, Alford recall two-sport challenges Ealy and Plumlee are set to face”
Today on the show: The Mississippi schools choosing not to sell beer at athletic events is a big mistake – Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury are off to a rough start – a really, really bad list of “best traditions in college football”
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister take your mailbag questions ranging from Ole Miss football, to conspiracy theories and more.
Cotton Blues is a casual family restaurant that is Mississippi made to its core. From investing in local people, locally sourced ingredients, and keeping it’s “New York Approved” cheesecake manufactured in the Magnolia State, Chris Ortego, owner, and founder, of Cotton Blues, believes in all that Mississippi has to offer his customers. When Jon Quinones … Continue reading “Cotton Blues: Mississippi Made”
Mississippi State saw five of its biggest stars named to the preseason All-SEC team on Thursday. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look at those selections and ask if anybody in maroon and white has a chance to be on that team at season’s end.
We checked in on USM camp with John Cox, voice of the Golden Eagles. Listen here:
Preseason awards are starting to find their way to social media, and on Thursday, the SEC announced its preseason all-conference team as voted on by the league’s coaches. Five Mississippi State players saw their names among the honorees, led by first team selection junior linebacker Erroll Thompson. It's almost time for some #SECFB 🥳 2019 … Continue reading “Five Mississippi State Players Named to the Coaches Preseason All-SEC Team”
Going into the 2019 season, what would you consider a “success” for the Rebels and Bulldogs? What would constitute a “failure?” We break down both on today’s podcast…
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC), the nation’s largest trails organization, announced the induction of Mississippi’s Tanglefoot Trail into the Rail-Trail Hall of Fame. The Tanglefoot Trail is Mississippi’s longest rail-trail, stretching 43.6 miles through the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in the Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area. The paved trail winds through three counties (Chickasaw, Pontotoc and … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Tanglefoot Trail Voted 2019 Rail-Trail Hall of Fame Inductee”
One of the oldest cliches in football is games are won in the trenches. It was never more true than in Mississippi State’s victory over Kansas State a season ago. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look forward to the rematch in Starkville, with some help from GoPowerCat.com’s Tim Fitzgerald.
A season ago, Mississippi State traveled to Manhattan, Kansas and left with a convincing victory that was quite literally won in the trenches. Now Kansas State makes the return trip with a new coach, seeking revenge. Brian Hadad catches up with GoPowerCat.com’s Tim Fitzgerald to preview this SEC-Big 12 showdown. Photo courtesy of Kelly Donoho/Mississippi … Continue reading “T&L Extra: GoPowerCat.com’s Tim Fitzgerald Previews Kansas State”
The last 20 months have been a whirlwind for D’Vaughn Pennamon. Once thought to be the future of the Ole Miss backfield, he suffered a gruesome knee injury in the penultimate game of the 2017 season against Texas A&M. It cost him the entire 2018 season. Finally healthy, Pennamon has been competing for carries at … Continue reading “Practice Report: Pennamon adjusts to tight end, Tisdale confident in landing backup QB role”