Thunder & Lightning: What Will 2020-21 Look Like For Mississippi State Athletics?

Mississippi State learned on Monday that Robert Woodard will indeed head on to the NBA, which means now we finally know the shape of all four major sports’ rosters. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss what all four teams might look like in the coming academic year. Thunder & Lightning · 8-4-20: What Will 2020-21 … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: What Will 2020-21 Look Like For Mississippi State Athletics?”

Mississippi State’s Robert Woodard Will Remain in the NBA Draft

It came down to the final hours, but Mississippi State’s sophomore Robert Woodard has made his decision. He will remain in the 2020 NBA Draft and forgo his final two years of eligbility, per Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. Mississippi State's Robert Woodard tells me that he's staying in the 2020 NBA Draft. Significant SEC … Continue reading “Mississippi State’s Robert Woodard Will Remain in the NBA Draft”

St. John: restaurants can’t afford another shutdown

As restaurants across the nation continue to try and adapt to the ever-changing COVID-19 mandates, Mississippi restaurateur and author Robert St. John made an appearance on today’s episode of The Gallo Show to talk about the current mindset of restaurant owners. “Another shutdown, that would really do [restaurants] in,” St. John said. Check out what … Continue reading “St. John: restaurants can’t afford another shutdown”

MDE superintendent discusses the idea of returning to in-person classes

Last week, the first school district in Mississippi returned to in-person classes, and that district is already seeing positive COVID-19 cases from some students. Dr. Carey Wright, who serves as the superintendent for the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE), joined The Gallo Show to talk about the question that’s on everyone’s mind—should students be returning … Continue reading “MDE superintendent discusses the idea of returning to in-person classes”

Rebel Report: OM picks up two commitments – Pac12 players give list of demands

On today’s show: Ole Miss secured the commitments of two key defensive pieces over the weekend, another example for why it was never time to panic over summer recruiting rankings Also, Pac12 players released their list of demands and some of them are good, while others are nonsense. Rebel Report · OM picks up two … Continue reading “Rebel Report: OM picks up two commitments – Pac12 players give list of demands”

Thunder & Lightning: Decision Day Arrives For Mississippi State’s Robert Woodard

Mississippi State basketball will learn in the next 24 hours if their super sophomore forward Robert Woodard will be part of their lineup or move on to the NBA. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at what Bulldog basketball will look like on both sides of that decision. Thunder & Lightning · 8-3-20: … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Decision Day Arrives For Mississippi State’s Robert Woodard”

Rebel Report: One thing CFB can, but wont to do help preserve the season

On today’s show: A Washington Post story, that included Ole Miss LB MoMo Sanogo, shed light on the difficulty facing CFB once students arrive on campus. But there’s an easy solution… I explain Also on the show, a look at the pros and cons to the SEC’s 10-game conference-only schedule Rebel Report · One thing … Continue reading “Rebel Report: One thing CFB can, but wont to do help preserve the season”

Neil Woodall: a story of redemption

With the crazy, crazy world we are currently living in, it’s very important to take a few moments for the good things in life, and we have a good story right here for you! The story of Neil Woodall, Jr. is one of finding redemption and peace. After Woodall was shot by his father in … Continue reading “Neil Woodall: a story of redemption”

Speaker Gunn addresses incomplete FY2021 budget

There are some major budget concerns for fiscal year 2021 due to two separate elements: (1) Governor Tate Reeves decided to veto the education portion of the budget a few weeks ago, and (2) The legislature left Jackson without providing a budget for the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources. Representative Phillip Gun took a few … Continue reading “Speaker Gunn addresses incomplete FY2021 budget”

The namesake himself appears on The JT Show

In case you missed it earlier today, the namesake of The JT Show, JT Williamson, made a three-segment appearance on the show. From the medical marijuana measures going on the November ballot to the mysterious seeds coming in from China to a swift update on his health, JT talks about it all in this one, and … Continue reading “The namesake himself appears on The JT Show”