STARKVILLE -- Dak Prescott could have gone anywhere.
But Prescott didn't have to think long when he considered destinations for the first stop on his summer tour of the Southeast following a standout rookie season for the NFL's Dallas Cowboys.
STARKVILLE -- Collin Crane's job description extends far beyond using only weights.
Hired in May as strength and conditioning coach for the Mississippi State men's basketball program, Crane learned from MSU coach Ben Howland and others what the Bulldogs did in the weight room with his predecessor, David Deets. He also discovered those things weren't a top priority.
STARKVILLE -- Jason Crowder's best story regarding Neil Price has nothing to do with Price's on-air talents.
STARKVILLE -- Former Mississippi State wide receiver De'Runnya Wilson was arrested in Oktibbeha County on Wednesday for disorderly conduct, driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance, and possession of marijuana in the vehicle.
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The finality of the moment wasn't lost on Brent Rooker.
STARKVILLE -- The doubt of it all was all but gone.
By roughly 9 p.m. Monday, Mississippi State first baseman Brent Rooker knew with almost certainty he was going to be the 35th pick in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player draft and the newest member of the Minnesota Twins organization roughly half an hour later.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- The final salute to Josh Lovelady began early Monday morning.
The Mississippi State baseball team's senior catcher turned to the dugout after a ninth-inning popout marked his final at-bat as a Bulldog. As the remaining MSU fans at Alex Box Stadium gave Lovelady a standing ovation, a line of Bulldogs greeted him when he returned to the dugout. Lovelady shared his most emphatic embrace with classmate Cody Brown.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- The fruits of Brent Rooker's labors are expected to come tonight.
The Mississippi State baseball team's first baseman is expected to hear his name called in the first two rounds of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player draft, which will begin tonight. More MSU players are expected to be selected in rounds 3-10 Tuesday and 11-40 Wednesday, but Rooker, a redshirt junior, is the most likely to get offered enough money to leave school early.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Alex Lange gave the Mississippi State baseball team an opportunity in the first inning Saturday night.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Mississippi State could only avoid LSU's slugging right fielder Greg Deichmann for so long.
STARKVILLE -- Andy Cannizaro hasn't hesitated to experiment in his first year as Mississippi State's baseball coach.
His willingness to try something different knows no limits, whether it means shifting pitchers from the starting rotation to the bullpen or moving Cody Brown to another position on the field.
STARKVILLE -- Auburn coach Butch Thompson only needed to see the Mississippi State baseball team in person to determine the reason for its success.
After the Tigers met the Bulldogs in a three-game series in April, Thompson listed those reasons, including the most
Cody Brown woke up earlier than usual Saturday morning.
It was understandable because something was weighing on his mind.
STARKVILLE -- Talent never was the question for Elijah MacNamee.
The only unknown was when he would realize his potential.
HATTIESBURG -- Brent Rooker might be college baseball's best hitter.
HATTIESBURG -- Jacob Billingsley was in a tough spot.
HATTIESBURG -- Late-inning pitching and home runs have been elusive for the Mississippi State baseball team at times, especially in the final weeks of the season.
MSU delivered those elements in timely fashion Sunday night to secure a chance to play for the title of the NCAA tournament's Hattiesburg Regional.
HATTIESBURG -- South Alabama baseball coach Mark Calvi didn't hesitate to credit Mississippi State's Andy Cannizaro.
Faced with an opportunity to keep the game scoreless, Cannizaro opted to take an unorthodox risk in the bottom of the first inning of his team's elimination game against USA on Sunday night in the NCAA tournament's Hattiesburg Regional.
HATTIESBURG -- The Mississippi State baseball team's season isn't over yet.
Konnor Pilkington pitched into the eighth inning and allowed only one run Sunday to lead No. 2 seed and No. 20 MSU to a 5-4 victory against No. 4 seed Illinois-Chicago in an elimination game in the NCAA tournament's Hattiesburg Regional at Pete Taylor Park.
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