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Ole Miss Baseball summer assignments: Ten Rebels set to play in collegiate summer leagues

By Brian Scott Rippee | June 20, 2019

Ten Ole Miss players will play in four different summer leagues over the next couple months, highlighted by Doug Nikhazy playing for Team USA, along with Anthony Servideo and Tyler Keenan receiving invitations to play in the Cape Cod League — the premier collegiate summer league. (Player — League — Team) Josh Hall — Perfect … Continue reading “Ole Miss Baseball summer assignments: Ten Rebels set to play in collegiate summer leagues”

STM Bulldogs Mailbag: Omaha Edition

By Brian Hadad | June 20, 2019

Well, I finally reached the breaking point in my trip to the College World Series. No I’m not tired of eating out or sleeping in a hotel room, but I did run out of clean pants and had to make a trip to the hotel’s laundry room. To kill the time, I took some questions … Continue reading “STM Bulldogs Mailbag: Omaha Edition”

Borkey Show: Regardless of the outcome in Omaha, MSU’s season should only be viewed as a success

By Michael Borkey | June 20, 2019

Mississippi State dropped to the losers bracket in Omaha after a tough loss to Vanderbilt on Wednesday. No matter what happens the rest of the way in Omaha, this season should only be viewed as a massive success, despite some lofty expectations going in.

Thunder & Lightning: Detailing Mississippi State’s Difficult Task To Advance in the College World Series

By Brian Hadad | June 19, 2019

Mississippi State finds itself where it did not want to be, in the loser’s bracket and facing the possibility of elimination with another defeat. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman examine the arduous climb the Bulldogs face if they want to continue in the College World Series.

Mississippi State Falls Into the Loser’s Bracket Following 6-3 Loss to Vanderbilt

By Brian Hadad | June 19, 2019

Mississippi State will face an uphill climb to the College World Series national final series, as the Bulldogs could not solve Vanderbilt freshman ace Kumar Rocker, and gave up two home runs to the Commodores’ Stephen Scott in a 6-3 loss in Omaha on Wednesday. State now faces the unenviable task of winning three games … Continue reading “Mississippi State Falls Into the Loser’s Bracket Following 6-3 Loss to Vanderbilt”

WATCH: Coach Chris Lemonis and Players Recap MSU’s 6-3 Loss to Vanderbilt

By Brian Hadad | June 19, 2019

Mississippi State once again saw its bats sputter, and an early assault by Vanderbilt put the Bulldogs into the loser’s bracket following a 6-3 loss to the Commodores. Here’s reaction from MSU players Elijah MacNamee, Rowdey Jordan, and JT Ginn, plus Coach Chris Lemonis following Wednesday’s defeat. MSU Baseball: Coach Chris Lemonis https://t.co/22ySBAa5Bd — SportsTalk … Continue reading “WATCH: Coach Chris Lemonis and Players Recap MSU’s 6-3 Loss to Vanderbilt”

Is the SEC Network financial bubble about to pop?

By Michael Borkey | June 19, 2019

A growing theory that the SEC Network is in a financial bubble is gaining steam. But is it logical? The guys of STM say no…

Wednesday Rebel Report: Ole Miss Football snags a pair of commitments

By Brian Scott Rippee | June 19, 2019

Ole Miss continues to generate momentum on the recruiting trail. How does Houston Roth’s decision affect the 2020 team? NBA Draft, College World Series and more.

Mississippi State Basketball Goes International For 2019 Recruit Quinten Post

By Brian Hadad | June 19, 2019

Mississippi State men’s basketball has gone across the pond to add a player to its 2019 signing class. Coach Ben Howland announced today that seven footer Quinten Post, hailing from The Netherlands, will join the Bulldog roster for the upcoming season. ✍️ Join us in welcoming Quinten Post to our Bulldog family ✍️ 📰 ▶️ … Continue reading “Mississippi State Basketball Goes International For 2019 Recruit Quinten Post”

Borkey Show: Mike Thomas to become highest paid WR in the NFL, MLB umps are out of control, and the SEC Network is only becoming more valuable

By Michael Borkey | June 19, 2019

Thanks to weather there is no CWS game to recap, but we did break down why Mike Thomas deserves the massive contract he’s about to get in New Orleans, why MLB umpires are out of control, and why the SEC Network and payouts to schools will only increase