Linkan Bian(Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Mississippi State University) joins the discussion to explain how Mississippi State’s Engineering program is using their 3D Printers to produce face shields for front line health workers and first responders during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you missed his conversation with Dave Hughes(filling in for JT), you … Continue reading “Mississippi State Engineers Stepping Up to Help Front Line Health Workers”
Mississippi State University’s awarded their first Astronaut Scholarship recipient, a senior civil engineering major Phong C. Ly of Brandon. Receiving a $10,000 merit-based award from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, Ly is pursuing an environmental engineering concentration through MSU’s James Worth Bagley College of Engineering. Phong joined Rebecca Turner on Good Things to share in his experience … Continue reading “MSU’s First Astronaut Scholar”
Brian Hadad, the Mississippi State corespondent for Sports Talk Mississippi – Weekdays from 3-6 on your favorite SuperTalk station, stopped by the studio to talk with JT about the Mississippi State Football season so far and what to expect from this team moving forward! If you missed his conversation, you can find it here – … Continue reading “Brian Hadad talking MS State Football on @TheJTShow”
For nearly two decades now, Mississippi State’s 1999 defense has been the gold standard, the unit everybody has pointed to when asked what was the greatest group in school history. Does this 2018 defense have the potential to be crowned as the new king of the mountain? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look at both … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Could This Be Mississippi State’s Greatest Defense Ever?”
Mississippi State put together the kind of box score defensive coordinators dream about last week against Kansas State, holding the Wildcats to just over 200 yards and only 10 points. Even with that kind of game, defensive coordinator Bob Shoop still saw plenty his unit has to correct after what he described as “the sloppiest … Continue reading “Practice Report: Mississippi State Still Has Things to Clean Up After a Dominating Performance”
Mississippi State entered the season wanting to be more efficient in the passing game while adding the element of the deep throw to its physical rushing attack. Through two games, the Bulldogs have not shown the consistency Coach Joe Moorhead has wanted out of the quarterback position. Speaking with the offensive staff on Tuesday, the … Continue reading “Practice Report: Quarterback Issues “Correctable” at Mississippi State”
Has Aeris Williams lost his spot in the Mississippi State running back rotation? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at Coach Joe Moorhead’s comments about the senior running back, and the difficult path Williams faces to return to the starting lineup.
Two wins in two games for Coach Joe Moorhead’s Mississippi State team, and the Bulldogs were incredibly impressive in their victory over Kansas State on Saturday. Moorhead spoke with the local media on Monday about his team’s superlatives and what to look for this weekend when Louisiana comes to Davis Wade Stadium. Of note, Moorhead … Continue reading “Week 3 Press Conference: Joe Moorhead on Aeris Williams, Offensive Balance, and Helmet Stickers”
Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman told you last week, Mississippi State was going to win and win easily when it traveled to Manhattan to take on Kansas State. So what do we know now about the Bulldogs that we didn’t before? The guys tell what’s true about the maroon and white, plus Joel explains “What’s … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: What’s True After Mississippi State Manhandles Kansas State?”
All week long on SportsTalk Mississippi, I kept a theme, and that was Mississippi State was going to easily beat Kansas State because the Bulldogs would be able to dominate the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. That is exactly what came to pass at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday, as … Continue reading “STM Gameday: Mississippi State Leaves No Doubt in Dominating Kansas State 31-10”
Mississippi State will take on an unfamiliar opponent in Kansas State. How do the Wildcats stack up on both sides of the ball against the Bulldogs? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a long look at Bill Synder’s squad.
Mississippi State put together a dominant performance on Saturday against Stephen F. Austin, but against a mediocre opponent, how good are the Bulldogs really? Coach Bob Shoop told the assembled media he expects Kansas State to provide a unique look against his team, similar to what a service academy might show. Kansas State runs a … Continue reading “Practice Report: Mississippi State Prepared for a Different Style of Offense Against Kansas State”