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Top 10 foes meet when EMCC faces Northwest

Posted 9/14/2011 in College Sports

The nation's lone junior college football matchup of top 10 teams this week will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Senatobia when fourth-ranked Northwest Mississippi Community College plays host to eighth-ranked East Mississippi C.C. at Bobby Franklin Field. WLSM-FM (107.1) will broadcast the game. which is the division opener for both teams.

 

 

Alabama's new tailback tandem fairing well

Posted 9/14/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- This University of Alabama tailback tandem of Trent Richardson and Eddie Lacy isn't nearly as famous as the last one, but so far it's been formidable enough. Richardson has pounded his way to five touchdowns in the second-ranked Crimson Tide's first two games and Lacy has nearly doubled his more well-known backfield mate's yards per carry.

 

 

Ole Miss will try to reverse fortunes against Vanderbilt

Posted 9/14/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- When the schedule says Vanderbilt, many Southeastern Conference teams breathe a sigh of relief. Not the University of Mississippi. Though the Commodores have struggled to get out of the bottom of the SEC for decades, they've certainly succeeded in being a huge pain for the Rebels in recent years, winning four of their past six in the series.

 

 

Family of former Rebels' player sues Mississippi

Posted 9/13/2011 in College Sports

A Hinds County judge says he will rule soon on a motion by the University of Mississippi to move a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a former Ole Miss football player to Lafayette County.

 

 

MSU defense will try to rebound

Posted 9/13/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State offensive coordinator Les Koenning sent out a tweet Sunday night following the Bulldogs first loss. "Film doesn't lie," Koenning tweeted. The "film" Koenning is referring to is the game tape from MSU's 41-34 loss to Auburn on Saturday in which quarterback Chris Relf was stopped at the goal line in the waning seconds.

 

 

Carmon day to day; Saulsberry likely to play vs. LSU

Posted 9/13/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen said Monday he expects senior center Quentin Saulsberry to play against No. 3 LSU at 7 p.m. Thursday (ESPN), but senior left tackle James Carmon is "day-to-day" with a left knee injury. Mullen said Sunday both players' injuries didn't require surgery but weren't available to practice Sunday night. Saulsberry left the Bulldogs' 41-34 loss to Auburn University on Saturday with what Mullen said was a knee sprain.

 

 

Newman, Pearson leaders on both sides of ball for Central Academy

Posted 9/13/2011 in High School Sports

MACON -- Leaders set the example, even when they're a little dinged up. Through four games, Cole Newman and Drew Pearson haven't had much time off to heal the assortment of nagging ailments and bumps and bruises they have acquired in a series of nail-biting victories.

 

 

Noxubee County finding its stride on defense

Posted 9/13/2011 in High School Sports

MACON -- Not counting the injuries to his team, Tyrone Shorter is feeling a lot better. The longtime assistant now in his second season as head coach of the Noxubee County High School football team can talk a little more confidently about his defense now that he is beginning to see more effort like the stingy Tigers of old.

 

 

New Hope softball trying to find focus, consistency

Posted 9/13/2011 in High School Sports

The New Hope High School slow-pitch softball team is looking for a little more focus and consistency as it enters the stretch run of the 2011 season. Despite being sluggish Monday afternoon, the Trojans still had more than enough to beat Starkville 21-2 in a four-inning Class 5A, Region 1 contest at the Starkville High complex.

 

 

Mullen says Bulldogs would have went for two-point conversion

Posted 9/10/2011 in College Sports

AUBURN, Ala.-- When Mississippi State's 11 players lined up Saturday at the Auburn University 2-yard-line with 10 seconds remaining in the game, they knew a tie wasn't in their future.

 

 

Denied: MSU comes up an inch short at Auburn

Posted 9/10/2011 in College Sports

AUBURN, Ala. -- For the third straight season, Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen will leave a game against Auburn University with a 0-1 record in the Southeastern Conference.

 

 

SEC backs officials' call on Auburn first down

Posted 9/10/2011 in College Sports

AUBURN, Ala. -- Mississippi State senior defensive back Charles Mitchell was standing right next to the football and was convinced his team has stopped Auburn University on fourth down.

 

 

Improved line play helps Immanuel Christian earn first win

Posted 9/10/2011 in High School Sports

MARIETTA -- Jason Davis rushed for 194 yards and three touchdowns Friday night to lead the Immanuel Christian football team to a 42-8 victory against New Site.

 

 

Great Scott: Ole Miss defeats Southern Illinois

Posted 9/10/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Jeff Scott waited more than a season for a chance to be the featured running back for the University of Mississippi football team. Four touchdowns later, the sophomore made the most of his opportunity.

 

 

McCarron leads Alabama past Penn State

Posted 9/10/2011 in College Sports

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- To call University of Alabama tight end Michael Williams open would have been a stretch. It didn't stop A.J. McCarron from delivering a fastball that must have made lots of Alabama fans think the Crimson Tide's quarterback competition is over.

 

 

MSU has statement game at Auburn

Posted 9/10/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Embrace the moment. This is the attitude Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen wants to convey to his players in arguably his team's most important Southeastern Conference game since he took the job in Starkville

 

 

Columbus shuts out New Hope

Posted 9/10/2011 in High School Sports

Columbus High School football coach Tony Stanford feared a letdown following his team's win against West Point last week. Coming off the rivalry win, his undefeated team jumped back into another rivalry game against New Hope. To add to his nervousness, he said the Falcons didn't have a good week of preparation for the Trojans. The Falcons never looked in danger of being upset on their home field Friday, rolling to a 33-0 win to remain undefeated.

 

 

West Point makes amends for 2010 loss to Starkville

Posted 9/10/2011 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- The Starkville High School football team handed West Point its only defeat before the Green Wave marched to their second Class 5A state championship in a row last season. West Point made amends for that setback Friday night with a dominating defensive performance in a 33-12 victory at McCallister Field.

 

 

Robinson, Jones step up for Tigers

Posted 9/10/2011 in High School Sports

MACON -- It's one thing to step forward when you have a week to prepare knowing you'll be without your starting quarterback. It's an entirely different proposition to lose a starting running back a day before a game and have to scrap your game plan, especially against an athletic and experienced defense. But champions emerge when their teammates need them.

 

 

Defense delivers shutout for Caledonia

Posted 9/10/2011 in High School Sports

CALEDONIA -- An opportunistic defense and a relentless ground attack proved to be the winning combination at Homecoming here Friday as the Caledonia High School football team tossed a 24-0 shutout at the East Webster Wolverines.

 

 

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