STARKVILLE - While most Mississippi State University students have already started planning for next week's final examinations, the softball team is getting geared up for a busy of week of competition.
STARKVILLE -- This is the point in which freshman are supposed to figure out how to perform at this new level of competition.
STARKVILLE -- A Super Bulldog Weekend that began Thursday with the Mississippi State University baseball team winning in walk-off fashion ended Sunday afternoon with the MSU softball team doing the same thing.
OXFORD -- After taking the first two games of the weekend series, the No. 22 University of Mississippi baseball team missed a chance for a sweep Sunday, losing to the No. 15 University of Arkansas 11-3.
STARKVILLE -- While the concept of a difference-maker is thrown around loosely in big-time college football, two Mississippi State University receivers showed the potential Saturday to earn that billing. Sophomore athlete Jameon Lewis and freshman wide receiver Joe Morrow made a instant impact on MSU's passing game in the annual Maroon-White spring game.
STARKVILLE -- It's a well-known fact the Mississippi State baseball team has walked away from Southeastern Conference weekends thinking it could've won one or two more games. This wasn't one of those weekends.
Jeffrey Cook had a feeling. Like any coach armed with a hard-throwing pitcher capable of going on back-to-back days, the Columbus High School baseball coach guessed Warren Central was going to come back with Cody Waddell in game two of their best-of-three Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 6A North State playoff series.
FULTON -- "It wasn't pretty." Those were Caledonia High School baseball coach John Wilson's words as he watched his team struggle to be patient at the plate in a game two loss to Itawamba Agricultural High on Saturday.
WEST POINT -- "It's go time" for the Oak Hill Academy baseball team. That saying coined by seniors Jacob Shempert and Clay Henley is appropriate considering the Raiders came up with a dramatic victory Friday afternoon to keep their season alive.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University men's tennis coach Per Nilsson has many reasons to be unhappy this weekend.
STARKVILLE -- For most of the spring season, Mississippi State University defensive tackle Quay Evans has been in the learning stage.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University softball player Sam Lenahan talked earlier in the week about her desire to attend lots of Super Bulldog Weekend activities.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University softball coach Vann Stuedeman has approached her first job as a head coach as part coach, part promoter. On Saturday, both parts worked out pretty well.
OXFORD -- The M-Club Alumni Chapter honored several members of 2011-12 University of Mississippi squads Saturday with Spring Awards as part of the BancorpSouth Grove Bowl festivities.
OXFORD -- First-year University of Mississippi football coach Hugh Freeze said all spring Barry Brunetti has the slight advantage in the team's quarterback race. But Bo Wallace is giving Freeze reason to change his thinking. Wallace was 16 of 26 for 240 yards with two touchdowns and an interception to lead the Red team to a 24-23 overtime victory against the Blue team Saturday in the Grove Bowl at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
As warm weather arrives people in the South turn their thoughts to their favorite beverages.
STARKVILLE -- A long-standing tradition at Mississippi State University is the player voted pitcher of the week gets to park in a spot roughly 30 feet from the Dudy Noble Field playing surface.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University coach Dan Mullen feels the most important aspect to spring football practice is it is filmed from start to finish.
STARKVILLE -- Luis Pollorena doesn't do running drills in practice, but the senior pitcher relishes any chance he gets to run the bases.
OXFORD -- The University of Mississippi football team held its final practice of the spring season Thursday before the BancorpSouth Grove Bowl on Saturday. The Rebels practiced Thursday in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in just helmets and shoulder pads in preparation for the spring game at 1 p.m. Saturday. The game will feature four 15-minutes quarters with a running clock. Stadium gates will open at noon, and CSS will televise the game live.
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