HATLEY -- The Hamilton High School football team made the most of its final tuneup before Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 1A play by shutting out Monroe County rival Hatley 42-0 on Friday night.
LOUISVILLE -- With spread offenses and passing attacks that are throwing the football 40-50 times a game running wild, one would expect the old-school approach under center with a fullback and running back to be a lost cause. Heritage Academy football coach Barrett Donahoe still believes in the old-school approach.
OXFORD -- Quarterbacks Bo Wallace and Barry Brunetti directed the University of Mississippi football team to a 31-point outburst in a 20-minute span in the first half to highlight a victory against Football Championship Subdivision member Southeast Missouri 31-13 on Saturday.
For Mississippi State University football fans, it must be tempting to look at all that transpired Saturday in a 51-7 victory against Alcorn State University and pronounce MSU is fully recovered from last week's disappointing opener.
Columbus High School senior running back Kendrick Conner was well aware of the tight spot his team was in Friday night.
LINCOLN, Neb. -- A familiar start turned into a familiar finish for the University of Southern Mississippi football team.
STEENS -- Junior quarterback JJ Swanagin connected with KC Cunningham on a 44-yard touchdown pass with 30 seconds left in the game Friday night to lead the Immanuel Christian School football team to an 18-15 victory against Carroll Academy.
WEST POINT -- For the second straight week, a defense loaded up the line of scrimmage to stop the West Point High School football team's vaunted running attack. For the second straight week that defense failed.
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WEST POINT -- Football coaches love to use the phrase "best versus best." It perfectly describes tonight's matchup between the Starkville and West Point high school football teams in West Point.
MACON -- Louisville week. That is all anyone in Noxubee and Winston counties has had to say the past four days to get into the mind-set for the annual game between Noxubee County and Louisville high schools. At 7 tonight, the longtime rivals will renew their series under different circumstances.
Shawn Gregory hopes his New Hope High School football team learned a valuable lesson in its season opener.
Matthew Mott is being careful not to get caught up too much in the numbers.
OXFORD -- The University of Mississippi football team's come-from-behind victory against Vanderbilt University in last week's Southeastern Conference opener was a thrilling start to Hugh Freeze's second season as the Rebels' head coach.
SCOOBA -- When Starkville and West Point renew their prep football rivalry tonight, East Mississippi Community College will have two running backs in attendance cheering on their alma maters.
SUMMIT -- Sophomore Chris Ingram rushed for a career-high 102 yards and four touchdowns Thursday night to lead the No. 15 Itawamba Community College football team to a 40-6 victory against Southwest Mississippi C.C. in the NJCAA Game of the Week.
SCOOBA -- With No. 5 East Mississippi Community College's up-tempo game plan designed to run as many plays as possible, a talented freshman needs to wait his turn.
STARKVILLE -- Consistency is the word for Aaron Gordon.
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