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Thunder & Lightning: What Happens Next for Mississippi State Basketball?

By Brian Hadad | February 12, 2020

Mississippi State’s tournament hopes took a huge hit in Oxford Tuesday night, as Ole Miss humiliated the Bulldogs 83-58 in The Pavilion. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman try to pick up the pieces of an embarrassing loss and a team that looks to be on shaky ground for postseason play.

Tyree goes for 40 as Ole Miss wins third straight in 83-58 rout of Mississippi State

By Brian Scott Rippee | February 11, 2020

Photo credit: Joshua¬†McCoy — Ole Miss Athletics OXFORD — Twenty five days ago, Breein Tyree sat in front of a microphone inside The Pavilion media room and battled his emotions. The senior guard struggled to articulate the pain of his senior season slipping away. Ole Miss had lost its fifth straight after blowing a double-digit … Continue reading “Tyree goes for 40 as Ole Miss wins third straight in 83-58 rout of Mississippi State”

Mississippi State’s Tournament Hopes Hammered by Ole Miss 83-58

By Brian Hadad | February 11, 2020

Mississippi State embarrassed by their in-state rivals Mississippi State arrived in Oxford looking to keep some momentum going after winning 5 of their last 6 SEC games, but all the Bulldogs got was a smack directly to the mouth, as Ole Miss dominated from the closing moments of the first half all the way to … Continue reading “Mississippi State’s Tournament Hopes Hammered by Ole Miss 83-58”

Bianco announces weekend rotation, potential lineup as Ole Miss nears Opening Day

By Brian Scott Rippee | February 11, 2020

Mike Bianco announced his starting rotation and projected a couple of Opening Day lineup options at the program’s annual media day on Tuesday. Ole Miss opens the 2019 season on Friday against top-ranked Louisville. The Cardinals are throwing All-American left-hander Reid Detmers, which will heavily influence which nine guys Bianco slots into the lineup. But … Continue reading “Bianco announces weekend rotation, potential lineup as Ole Miss nears Opening Day”

Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Basketball Faces Pressure Test at Ole Miss

By Brian Hadad | February 10, 2020

It’s fair to say by looking at the records and the rosters that Mississippi State is the better team when compared to Ole Miss, but does that mean the Bulldogs will walk out of The Pavilion with the win tonight? Brian Hadad and Joel take a look at the latest renewal of the rivalry in … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Basketball Faces Pressure Test at Ole Miss”

T&L Extra: SportsTalk Mississippi’s Brian Scott Rippee Previews MSU-Ole Miss

By Brian Hadad | February 10, 2020

Mississippi State travels to Oxford Tuesday night for a date with their bitter rivals from Ole Miss. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss how this edition of the series will play out with SportsTalk Mississippi’s Ole Miss beat reporter Brian Scott Rippee. Photo courtesy of Mississippi State athletics

Rebel Report: Hoops tops Florida, XFL was fun, Opening Day is close

By Brian Scott Rippee | February 10, 2020

Recapping Ole Miss’ win over Florida, how close they are to being a bubble team (hypothetically), XFL, Ole Miss Baseball and more.

Mississippi State’s NCAA Tournament Resume-2/10/20

By Brian Hadad | February 10, 2020

What do the numbers say about Mississippi State’s tournament hopes? Starting today, I’ll be keeping up with all the relevant numbers regarding Mississippi State basketball as the Bulldogs look to make a return trip to the NCAA Tournament. I’ll update this page every Monday until either the tournament begins or Mississippi State drops out of … Continue reading “Mississippi State’s NCAA Tournament Resume-2/10/20”

Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Shows Incredible Toughness in Win Over Texas A&M

By Brian Hadad | February 9, 2020

For Mississippi State on Sunday, the first half could not have gone any worse, but then again, the second half could not have gone any better. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman break down the women’s emotional win over Texas A&M before discussing how the men handled their business as well against Vanderbilt.

Mississippi State Battles Back to Take Down Texas A&M 69-57

By Brian Hadad | February 9, 2020

MSU turns around an awful start to grab another Top 25 win For the first 20 minutes on Sunday, Mississippi State was getting beaten on both ends of the court worse than the Bulldogs have in possibly the past four seasons under Vic Schaefer. Texas A&M held a 37-26 lead over the Bulldogs, are were … Continue reading “Mississippi State Battles Back to Take Down Texas A&M 69-57”