The Harrison County School District received nearly $3,000 to help out the child nutrition program to clear debts at eleven schools. The nonprofit School of Athens, which includes alumni of Harrison County schools, was behind the generous donation. Additional local donations during the same week cleared debts at North Gulfport Middles School and Harrison Central Elementary. Food … Continue reading “Alumni of Harrison Co. School District Help Clear Lunch Debts”
Mississippi State entered basketball season hoping to build off last year’s return to the NCAA Tournament, but after the first three games of SEC play, it would be more likely that the Bulldogs end up in the NIT if anywhere. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look at the plethora of problems Ben Howland’s squad is … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Basketball Has Big Problems”
Packed Monday show as Rippee and Borkey hit all four NFL divisional playoff games, Ole Miss’ loss to Arkansas, LSU-Clemson and more.
Governor Phil Bryant stopped by the studio to talk about his time as Governor, to give you a behind-the-scenes look at his last few days in the Governor’s Mansion, and to maybe even give the incoming Governor a few pointers. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here – Governor Phil … Continue reading “Gov. Phil Bryant Stops by on His Final Full Day as Governor”
In a span of seven days, Mississippi State fired a coach who had taken them to back to back bowl games and hired a sitting power five head coach who has been to 16 bowls in 18 years. Did the expectation level in Starkville just go to a new level? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Has Mississippi State Changed The Expectation Level?”
Photo credit: Ole Miss Athletics The final five minutes underscored the underlying issues with the team. Ole Miss coughed up an 11-point second half lead in a 76-72 home defeat to Arkansas on Saturday night to fall to 9-6 (0-2). The Rebels scored four points in the final five minutes of the game, one of … Continue reading “Ole Miss blows double digit lead in 76-72 loss to Arkansas”
Photo credit: Ole Miss Athletics Ole Miss sophomore wing Luis Rodriguez is unlikely to return this season, head coach Kermit Davis said on Friday. Rodriguez has been sidelined for over a month with a foot injury he suffered in shootaround before the Rebels’ win over Penn State in Brooklyn on November 27. “He got a … Continue reading “Luis Rodriguez unlikely to return this season”
Brian Scott Rippee and Michael Borkey take your mailbag questions, mostly related to Mike Leach, and give their LB’s picks for the NFL weekend.
Mississippi State pulled off what can only be described as a shocker, as Mike Leach has been named as the university’s 34th head football coach. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at what Leach’s hiring means for the Bulldogs both on and off the field.
Mississippi State finally stepped off the coaching carousel on Thursday, naming Washington State head coach Mike Leach as the university’s 33rd head football coach. Swing Your Sword, #StarkVegas 🏴☠️#HailState🐶 pic.twitter.com/Y0FG0fzNEq — Mississippi State Football (@HailStateFB) January 9, 2020 Leach has been long one of college football’s most interesting characters and offensive innovators, racking up a … Continue reading “Mississippi State Hires Mike Leach as Head Football Coach”
Glen McCullough stops by the studio to sit down with JT to talk about his time as MDA Director and his plans now that he’s decided to return to the private sector. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Mississippi State fired Joe Moorhead 6 days ago, yet many Bulldog fans seem incensed that John Cohen wasn’t able to name a coach within hours of that decision. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman explain why this coaching search isn’t the disaster so many have labeled it as, and how Thursday could be the key day … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State’s Coaching Search Needs Patience”