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Bulldog women cruise to 103-46 win over Southern

By Steven Gagliano | March 22, 2019

The top-seeded Mississippi State women are moving on to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after a 103-46 routing of the 16th-seeded Southern University Jaguars in Starkville tonight.  It didn’t take long for the Bulldogs to set the tone in this 1/16 matchup, and after the 1st quarter, MSU held a 27-point lead. The … Continue reading “Bulldog women cruise to 103-46 win over Southern”

Mississippi State Falls Victim to March Madness in 80-76 Loss to Liberty

By Brian Hadad | March 22, 2019

From the moment Mississippi State’s name popped up to take on Liberty in the NCAA Tournament, the Bulldogs appeared to be a trendy pick to fall victim to the infamous 5-12 upset. The national experts were right on the money, as the Bulldogs gave away a ten point lead in the second half to fall … Continue reading “Mississippi State Falls Victim to March Madness in 80-76 Loss to Liberty”

WATCH: Kermit Davis postgame press conference

By Brian Scott Rippee | March 22, 2019

Kermit Davis, Devontae Shuler, Terence Davis and Breein Tyree spoke to the media following Ole Miss’ 95-72 loss to Oklahoma.   photo credit: Joshua McCoy — Ole Miss Athletics

STM AUDIO: Despite NCAA Tourney Loss, Ole Miss Undoubtedly Overachieved

By Ryno | March 22, 2019

It was an ugly loss to Oklahoma in the first round of the NCAA Tournament but the 2018-2019 Ole Miss Rebels undoubtedly overachieved. Brian Scott Rippee talked after the game about how Rebel head coach Kermit Davis worked with a bunch of pieces that didn’t necessarily fit and somehow molded them into a team that … Continue reading “STM AUDIO: Despite NCAA Tourney Loss, Ole Miss Undoubtedly Overachieved”

Ole Miss’ loss to Oklahoma a somber final chapter in overwhelmingly successful season

By Brian Scott Rippee | March 22, 2019

COLUMBIA, SC —It was a flameout to a season that should largely be considered a success. The 208-19 Ole Miss Rebels undoubtedly overachieved, but wrote a somber final chapter in a 95-72 loss to Oklahoma that highlighted the team’s most fatal flaws.  The overarching concern for the Rebels heading into the season was its fragile … Continue reading “Ole Miss’ loss to Oklahoma a somber final chapter in overwhelmingly successful season”

Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State’s Return to the NCAA Tournament is Finally Here

By Brian Hadad | March 21, 2019

It’s hard to believe that Mississippi State will take the court tomorrow a full ten years away from its last appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Can the Bulldogs survive and advance, or will it be a short lived trip to San Jose? Brian Hadad previews all things men’s basketball, then turns it over to Joel … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State’s Return to the NCAA Tournament is Finally Here”

WATCH: Mississippi State Hits the Court in San Jose For Tomorrow’s NCAA Tournament Game

By Brian Hadad | March 21, 2019

Mississippi State took to the practice court today about 24 hours before they’ll go for real in the NCAA Tournament. Here’s video from today’s shootaround. Practice time at the SAP Center, Bulldogs at shootaround. pic.twitter.com/TSjoh67AF5 — SportsTalk Mississippi (@SportsTalkMiss) March 21, 2019 Reggie Perry from deep. @_R1bang_ pic.twitter.com/JhszWnzzDv — SportsTalk Mississippi (@SportsTalkMiss) March 21, 2019 … Continue reading “WATCH: Mississippi State Hits the Court in San Jose For Tomorrow’s NCAA Tournament Game”

WATCH: Mississippi State Prepares for a New Experience at the NCAA Tournament

By Brian Hadad | March 21, 2019

How do you lead when you have never been that way before? That’s the question I wanted answered from Mississippi State’s players as they prepare for the school’s first NCAA Tournament berth in a decade. Their answer was pretty simple, we’ll keep doing the same things we’ve been doing all season long. You can hear … Continue reading “WATCH: Mississippi State Prepares for a New Experience at the NCAA Tournament”

Taking a break from the NCAA Tournament to talk a little college football

By Michael Borkey | March 21, 2019

All eyes are on hoops, but we value content diversity at STM, so welcomed Steven Godfrey of SB Nation on the show for some needed football talk

Notebook: Williamson recalls playing with Shuler, Rebels’ post matchups with OU and experience

By Brian Scott Rippee | March 21, 2019

Shuler an irreplaceable cog: It has been written about at length throughout the season, but Ole Miss’ most invaluable piece has been Devontae Shuler’s transition to point guard. It has freed up Breein Tyree to play on the wing and the dynamic of Ole Miss’ offense changed drastically because of it. “Even from his freshman year, when … Continue reading “Notebook: Williamson recalls playing with Shuler, Rebels’ post matchups with OU and experience”