Saturday’s game between Ole Miss and Kent State featured two different weather delays and was a slog by all measures. The Ole Miss offense contributed to that theme in the first half as the Rebels found themselves tied with the Golden Flashes 7-7 heading into halftime, out-gained 264-226. Moving the ball wasn’t an issue until … Continue reading “Ole Miss Offense Overcomes Slow Start in Win Over Kent State”
It’s week 6 of the high school football season here in Mississippi and it’s the start of regional play for 6A and 5A with huge games like the one between Clinton and Madison Central in 6A along with big matchups in 5A like Lafayette vs. West Point. + TONS more from games from all across … Continue reading “WEEK 6 – MS Farm Bureau Insurance Co. Scoreboard Show”
There’s no more time for trash talk, it is time for Mississippi State to take on Kentucky in what looks like one of the best matchups between the two teams in recent years. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman get you ready for the Bulldogs’ SEC opener.
Kentucky has added a dynamic quarterback to its offense, and its paid off with a much more exciting attack. Mississippi State’s defense is one of the nation’s best. Which side of the ball will crack first Saturday night in Lexington? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at the Bulldog defense, and catch up … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: How Will Mississippi State’s Defense Look to Contain Kentucky?”
In the first three games, Mississippi State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop had to rely on film to put together his gameplan, but this week against Kentucky, he can look back on his own personal experience. Shoop told the media that having seen Kentucky’s offense and the playcalling tendencies of Wildcat offfensive coordinator Eddie Gran gives … Continue reading “MSU Practice Report: Mississippi State’s Defense Ready for the Challenge of Kentucky’s Innovative Offense”
Matt Luke called this week of practice “therapeutic” as his team tries to wash away the stains of a 62-7 trouncing at the hands of the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. “That’s the only way to get the bad taste out of your mouth is to go back to work,” Luke said. “We have great kids … Continue reading “Ole Miss Wednesday Practice Report: Young Linebackers Learning Through Experience”
One common denominator in Mississippi State’s three wins has been the Bulldogs having a huge advantage on both lines of scrimmage. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at how that superiority continues this weekend with the game against Kentucky, plus a way too early look at the newly announced 2019 schedule.
Mississippi State has had no problems moving the football or scoring through the first three games of the season, but that doesn’t mean the Bulldogs don’t still have some cleaning up to do. Offensive coordinator Luke Getsy made it clear, the Bulldogs have plenty of work in front of them if they want to keep … Continue reading “Practice Report: Mississippi State Seeing Improvement But Wanting Even More”
Ole Miss is trying to rebound from a demoralizing 62-7 defeat to the Alabama Crimson Tide. The Rebels returned to the practice field on Tuesday. Here are some news and notes from practice. Webster out: — Ken Webster was not at practice and is still dealing with a nagging hamstring injury that has plagued him … Continue reading “Ole Miss Practice Report: Rebels Looking to Rebound From Alabama Loss”
It may only be week four of the 2018 season, but it is never too early to look ahead to next year’s campaign, and today the SEC did exactly that, releasing the schedule for 2019 for all 14 teams. Here’s a look who Mississippi State will lock horns with in Joe Moorhead’s second season. .@HailStateFB‘s … Continue reading “Mississippi State Unveils Interesting 2019 Football Schedule”