Tommy Stevens’ arrival at Mississippi State has kept message boards and social media lighting up with discussion. Can the Penn State transfer make himself welcome in the locker room, and win over the fans who have decided to align themselves with Keytaon Thompson? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss that, plus continue the Opponent Preview … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Can Tommy Stevens Win Over Mississippi State’s Players and Fans?”
Mississippi State will be looking to make it six wins in seven games against Arkansas when the Bulldogs make the trip to Fayetteville in November. Brian Hadad welcomes HawgBeat.com’s Andrew Hutchinson to preview year two for Chad Morris in Razorback country. Photo courtesy of Kelly Donoho/Mississippi State athletics
Deuce McAllister joined the guys of STM to help them settle the debate of who the greatest college running back in Mississippi history
We’ve moved on from QB to RB in our all-Mississippi college football team. So who belongs in the top-4? With Payton, McAllister, Norwood, Fletcher, Dixon, Winder, Smith, and others to choose from, this isn’t an easy selection.
Mississippi State’s offense this year will rely on one man’s talents more than any other, and Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman think he’s up to the task. The positional breakdowns continue with a look at the running backs and the main man in maroon and white this season, Kylin Hill.
Every Monday at 4:05 the guys of STM give their “winners and losers” from the weekend in sports. Want to submit yours? Text the show next monday at 601-879-4395. Hear this weeks here:
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister go over/under on projected win totals of all 14 SEC teams and react to the madness that is NBA free agency \
David Griffin and the Pelicans continue to dominate the off season – Brooklyn lands KD and Kyrie – The Knicks are the big losers of the night, but they may have been justified not going all out for Durant – and more reaction
With Mississippi State’s baseball program finally on solid ground in terms of coaching stability, the question becomes can the Bulldogs make it three straight trips to the College World Series? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look ahead to the 2020 season and ask how good can the next group of Diamond Dawgs be.
In the moments after Ole Miss’ season came to end in a 95-72 loss to Oklahoma in the round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament, Kermit Davis was asked a series of questions about his first year in charge of the program. Davis reflected back on a year that was an overwhelming success, but also … Continue reading “Davis pleased with how Rebels are evolving in offseason”