Mississippi State’s chances of winning against top ranked Alabama were low to begin with, but what occurred on the field was far more frustrating than just another loss. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look at the problems the Bulldogs encountered from the Crimson Tide and the officials.
Mississippi State opened the basketball season with a fast paced effort against Austin Peay, which saw the Bulldogs rack up 95 points. On Sunday against a more deliberate Hartford squad, the Bulldogs changed their gameplan and got the same results, a 77-59 win that moved MSU to 2-0 on the young season. Quinndary Weatherspoon once … Continue reading “STM Bulldogs: Mississippi State Changes Approaches With Another Winning Result”
Ole Miss notched its first win under new head coach Kermit Davis with a 90-64 trouncing of Western Michigan. Terence Davis led all scorers with 17 points. Devontae Shuler scored 14 points on 5-of -6 shooting including a trio of three pointers. The Rebels shot 54 percent from the field as a team and 14 … Continue reading “Ole Miss Hoops Rolls Past Western Michigan For First Win In Kermit Davis Era”
It went pretty much the way we all expected it to in Tuscaloosa on Saturday, as Mississippi State’s offense was completely ineffective, the defense played at a high level, and some questionable calls hit at inopportune times in the Bulldogs’ 24-0 loss to top ranked Alabama. MSU held the Crimson Tide 27 points and 260 … Continue reading “STM Bulldogs Gameday: Mississippi State Unable To Break Through Against Alabama in 24-0 Defeat”
With every high school classification in Mississippi now in the playoffs, all teams are now in survive and advance mode. -MHSAA MSHAA 6A – 2nd Round 6A NORTH Starkville at Horn Lake Madison Central at Northwest Rankin 6A SOUTH Petal at Oak Grove Pearl at Brandon ————————————————— – MHSAA 5A Playoffs – 2nd Round 5A … Continue reading “PLAYOFFS: MS Farm Bureau Insurance Co. Scoreboard Show”
Mississippi State’s much anticipated season got underway in fine fashion Friday night at the Humphrey Coliseum, as the Bulldogs shot an incredible 73% from inside the three point line, racking up points in a 95-67 win over Austin Peay in Ben Howland’s fourth opener as head coach. The Bulldogs piled up the buckets despite a … Continue reading “STM Bulldogs: Mississippi State Starts Men’s Basketball With Strong Shooting Victory”
Jeffrey Vitter is out as Ole Miss Chancellor, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed to SuperTalk. The news was first reported by RebelGrove.com Rebel Grove’s Neal McCready reported in May that Vitter had been informed his contract will not be renewed. A source could not confirm that, but confirmed senior academic leadership was … Continue reading “Jeffrey Vitter out as UM Chancellor”
On this week’s edition of Beat Reporter’s Take, Alex Miller of The Dallas Morning News joined us to discuss Texas A&M’s run defense, the development of quarterback Kellen Mond, how he sees this game playing out and more. You can follow Miller on Twitter @AlexMill20. Texas A&M has had what has seemed like a very … Continue reading “Beat Reporter’s Take: Five Questions With Alex Miller of The Dallas Morning News”
Mississippi State travels to Tuscaloosa for a showdown with the top ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. Is there any hope for a maroon and white upset? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman break down the Bulldogs’ chances against the nation’s best.
Mississippi State has put together back to back effective showings on offense, but the Bulldogs will face their toughest test of the season against Alabama this Saturday. Brian Hadad talks with The Athletic’s Aaron Suttles about the Crimson Tide’s defense and how they’ll try to contain the Bulldogs.