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The people’s holiday is back. Rippee and Collin take your questions, offer some final thoughts on a crucial game for Ole Miss, make picks and more
Mississippi State looks to be on the brink of collapse, LSU looks like they are on a national championship course. What happens when the two teams collide on Saturday? Brian Hadad welcomes Stephen Agostinelli of SixPackSpeak.com and his brothers for the annual family reunion around this game.
Mississippi State and LSU showcases two teams headed in opposite directions. Brian Hadad and Stephen Agostinelli get thoughts on both squads from the SEC Network’s Peter Burns. Photo courtesy of Mississippi State athletics
We have two big home games here in Mississippi this weekend. Mississippi State will host LSU’s elite offense for the marquee 2:30 game and Ole Miss has a big “opportunity” with Texas A&M at home. What should you watch for in these games?
Mississippi State doesn’t have a lot of believers as the Bulldogs prepare to host LSU this weekend. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman jump into the coach’s box and try to come up with a way for the Bulldogs to pull off a huge upset.
Mississippi State faces by far its biggest challenge of the season as the LSU Tigers come to Starkville as possibly the nation’s hottest team. Brian Hadad welcomes Brooks Kubena of The Advocate to get an inside look at the Tigers. Photo courtesy of Mississippi State athletics
Matt Luke updated the status of a handful of players nursing injuries, discussed Aggies quarterback Kellen Mond and how practice has gone this week with a two-quarterback offensive attack. Royce Neman assessed Texas A&M’s defensive front, how the offensive line has come together and more.
Rippee and Collin discuss the two-quarterback system in depth, what this game means for Ole Miss in both the short and long term. Plus, Alex Miller of The Dallas Morning News joins.
It was a sad group of questions coming to Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman today, as Mississippi State fans want to know why things have gone so badly this season. Come for the anger, stay for the home buying advice and exciting new catch phrase.
Donta Evans will likely play every snap in the first half of Saturday’s game against Texas A&M. With sophomore Jacquez Jones out for the first half because of a targeting penalty he committee in the loss to Missouri, Ole Miss is thin at linebacker. Evans, a senior, discusses his preparation and gives his perspective on … Continue reading “WATCH: Evans to step up in absence of Jones, Roach talks defensive line play”