Thunder beat writer Maddie Lee describes her experience covering the Thunder-Jazz pregame that led to the sports world stopping. Rippee and Borkey talk some NFL free agency.
It seems that day to day has become hour to hour, as news surrounding the coronavirus and its effect on society continues to pour in. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss how last week’s events have likely put an end to the athletic year for Mississippi State.
The sports world is halting in a way that’s never been seen before. What’s next and when will normalcy return? Plus, what it means for Ole Miss and Oxford.
24 hours ago, Mississippi State was getting ready for a big weekend in sports with the basketball team fighting for an NCAA Tournament bid and baseball opening SEC play. Instead, the Bulldogs and every other team around the country will sit at home as fears of the coronavirus have brought the sports world to a … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Halts Everything as Coronavirus Stops the Sports World”
Borkey and Rippee react to a tumultuous day in sports regarding the Coronavirus, league cancellations and what is next. Plus, some big-picture Ole Miss Basketball thoughts and the baseball team will play without fans for the foreseeable future.
The Rumblings are back, and the questions are great, almost as good as Mississippi State’s big win on the diamond over Texas Tech. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman recap that victory, then turn to your questions from Twitter.
Both Bulldogs have been key to Mississippi State’s success this season Mississippi State saw two of its players honored by the Southeastern Conference on Tuesday, as Reggie Perry was named to the All-SEC first team, and Tyson Carter was awarded Sixth Man of the Year. Your #SECMBB Sixth Man of the Year: Mississippi State’s @Tyson23Carter … Continue reading “SEC Names Reggie Perry First Team All Conference, Tyson Carter Sixth Man of the Year”
Mississippi State faces a true gauntlet this week on the diamond, and it started with a consensus top five team in Texas Tech. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman preview that series as the Bulldogs look to make a statement about their season.
Mississippi State got a much needed sweep last weekend, and now prepares for one of the toughest weeks on anybody in college baseball’s schedule. Brian Hadad talks with Coach Chris Lemonis about how his team plans to attack two tough opponents. Photo courtesy of Taylor FIkes/Mississippi State athletics
Can Mississippi State do enough in Nashville to get a bid to the Big Dance? Mississippi State’s regular season is over, and the Bulldogs find themselves in fourth place in the SEC. That would normally be enough to guarantee a spot in the NCAA Tournament, but instead the Bulldogs are still squarely on the bubble. … Continue reading “Mississippi State’s NCAA Tournament Resume-3/9/20”