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Holloway leads Ole Miss past Auburn

Posted 2/11/2012 in College Sports

OXFORD -- The Universty of Mississippi's Murphy Holloway, seeing his men's basketball team's postseason hopes in danger, picked the right time to have the most productive offensive outburst of his career. Holloway scored 20 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had 14 consecutive second half points Saturday night to help Ole Miss defeat Auburn University 61-54 to enhance the Rebels' hopes for an NCAA tournament berth.



CHS girls ready for any tempo

Posted 2/11/2012 in High School Sports

The Columbus High School girls basketball team is ready to take the next step. Whether the Lady Falcons take that step quickly -- thanks to a push of the ball from Kiandria Patterson or Daisha Williams -- or they slow down and do it a little more deliberately -- capped by a 3-pointer by Maggie Proffitt -- remains to be seen.



Fanning-Otis wants MSU women to take next step

Posted 2/11/2012 in College Sports

Sharon Fanning-Otis is waiting for the Mississippi State women's basketball team to take the next step. The veteran coach sees her team making progress, but she also knows time is running out. With five games remaining in the regular season, MSU (13-11, 3-8 Southeastern Conference) has little room for error as it prepares to play host to the University of Mississippi at 2:30 p.m. today (SportSouth) at Humphrey Coliseum.



LSU overwhelms short-handed Alabama

Posted 2/11/2012 in College Sports

BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU center Justin Hamilton was putting his uniform on Saturday night when he learned the Universty of Alabama men's basketball team had suspended top scorer and rebounder JaMychal Green and two other regulars. Moments later, Tigers coach Trent Johnson urged his players to remain focused on their game plan and not underestimate the remaining members of the Crimson Tide.



Lady Jackets fall in region final

Posted 2/10/2012 in High School Sports

PHILADELPHIA -- Normally coaches would be satisfied with surviving an elimination game in double overtime and accept the fact her team would be physically and emotionally drained one night later. Not Kristie Williams.



Starkville High boys cruise to region title

Posted 2/10/2012 in High School Sports

PHILADELPHIA -- On the way to their 2012 Region 3 championship, the Starkville High sent a message to the rest of the Mississippi schools still eligible in the Class 5A boys basketball tournament. When the Yellow Jackets seemingly want to showcase that highly critical killer instinct that all title contending teams need to have, they are fully capable of doing so in a big way.



Bulldogs close homestand with Georgia

Posted 2/10/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The pair of teams arriving to Humphrey Coliseum are coming off their best performances in the Southeastern Conference. Mississippi State (19-5, 6-3 in SEC play) will be less than 48 hours removed from an impressive 70-60 victory over in-state rival Ole Miss in a contest where the Bulldogs were up by as many as 18 in the second half.



Lady Falcons win title; Columbus boys lose in championship

Posted 2/10/2012 in High School Sports

The Columbus High School girls basketball team showed Friday night it has the ability to deliver a knockout punch and the conditioning to last 15 rounds. The CHS boys showed they are developing that knack but that they lack the experience and are still learning how to go the distance.



Bulldogs end 12 years of misery with win in River Hills Cup

Posted 2/10/2012 in College Sports

JACKSON -- In an epic six-hour college tennis bout with 21st-ranked Ole Miss, the 14th-ranked Mississippi State men's tennis squad regained the River Hills Cup with an exciting 4-2 victory Thursday night at River Hills Club in a top 25 war.



Johnson reaches milestone; Lady Bulldogs fall at LSU

Posted 2/10/2012 in College Sports

BATON ROUGE, La. -- Mississippi State senior Diamber Johnson joined the 1,000-point club Thursday night. However, the Lady Bulldogs could not do enough to make this special night lead to a victory. Rallying from down a point late, LSU scored eight straight points as the Lady Tigers knocked off the Lady Bulldogs 53-49 in a Southeastern Conference women's basketball game at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.



Sidney provides early-game spark

Posted 2/10/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Once again, the in-state rival seemingly had absolutely no defensive answer for Mississippi State's 280-pound center. Renardo Sidney bruised his way to 14 points and seven rebounds in MSU's 70-60 victory over the Rebels leaving Ole Miss Andy Kennedy simply shaking head and feeling helpless on the sidelines.



Rebels miss offensive production from Williams

Posted 2/10/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- While there were some bright spots on offense for the University of Mississippi Thursday night, the Rebels could not overcome off shooting nights from Nick Williams and Terrance Henry. The duo was a combined 2-for-15 from the field and Ole Miss could never build enough offense to overtake Mississippi State.



NO DOGGING IT: Bost talks talk, walks walk as Bulldogs take out Rebels

Posted 2/10/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE - Round two went to Mississippi State senior Dee Bost. In highly publicized feud between University of Mississippi forward Terrance Henry and the Bulldogs point guard, MSU's 6-foot-3 scorer took all the trash talk from the first game and transformed it into his best night of the 2011-12 season.


Saddle up: The pros are headed to Starkville to rodeo

Posted 2/9/2012 in Local Sports

On Friday and Saturday, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association is coming to the Mississippi Horse Park. Hosted by the Starkville Rotary Club, this event is the club's largest fundraiser each year. The members strive to not only make it an exciting, edge-of-your-seat event, but also donate proceeds to help support local youth through the tuition guarantee program.


Ole Miss will try to sweep MSU

Posted 2/9/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Of the state's four men's basketball teams that have serious dreams of earning a bid to the NCAA tournament, two will meet tonight in Starkville The University of Mississippi will look to improve its at-large status by completing a regular-season sweep of Mississippi State University 6 tonight (ESPN2) at Humphrey Coliseum. Many of the bracket projections released this week have the Rebels (14-8, 4-4 Southeastern Conference) as a bubble team of the field. ESPN bracket expert Joe Lunardi has Ole Miss as the first team out of the tournament with a little more than a month until the field is selected.



Stuedeman set for first game as coach at MSU

Posted 2/9/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Enthusiasm. Passion. Intensity. Those words and many similar ones could be used to describe Mississippi State University's first-year softball coach Vann Stuedeman. Stuedeman, who makes her Division I head coaching debut tonight at South Alabama, comes to Starkville after 11 seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Alabama. Alabama is considered one of the nation's premier softball programs. The goal is to push MSU to that level.



MSU's Johnson has changed roles, on verge of 1,000

Posted 2/9/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The number is imposing. Diamber Johnson doesn't remember the shot that helped her eclipse the 2,000-point mark in high school, but she knows it came in the "Big House," or the Mississippi Coliseum, in Jackson. Johnson also doesn't know where she will hit her next milestone.



CHS has title date for two with Tupelo

Posted 2/8/2012 in High School Sports

Next man up. That's the mind-set the Columbus High School basketball team has used all season. It worked again in an elimination game Tuesday night, as Deontae Jones and Robert Irby each had 11 points to lead Columbus to a 57-44 victory against Grenada in the Class 6A, Region 2 tournament at Columbus High.



Quick turnarounds part of fun for SEC men

Posted 2/8/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- No matter the result, Mississippi State University men's basketball coach Rick Stansbury will leave Humphrey Coliseum arm in arm with his wife, Meo. As he walks out the front door, the arm and hand that isn't wrapped around his wife likely will have a scouting report or a video of the University of Georgia basketball program in it. Less than 48 hours after No. 20 MSU (18-5, 5-3 Southeastern Conference) finishes its game against the University of Mississippi at 6 p.m. Thursday (ESPN2), it will have to prepare for another SEC home matchup.



Stuedeman plans to use plenty of lineups in first season

Posted 2/8/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University softball coach Vann Stuedeman has been reluctant in the preseason to name a starting lineup. Don't look for that to change in her first season as head coach at MSU.



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