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Ole Miss beats Arkansas to go to 4-0 in SEC

Posted 1/19/2013 in College Sports

OXFORD -- First there was the terrible shooting touch and then a power outage plunged Tad Smith Coliseum into darkness. Ole Miss senior Murphy Holloway could have been frustrated, but instead he just laughed it off. Not much can faze these Rebels, and now they're off to their best start in Southeastern Conference play since the 1936-37 season.

 

 

Tennessee beats MSU for first SEC victory

Posted 1/19/2013 in College Sports

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- The University of Tennessee men's basketball team finally gave Jordan McRae some help, and the Volunteers finally earned its first Southeastern Conference victory. Jarnell Stokes scored 18 points and pulled down 11 rebounds Saturday as Tennessee defeated Mississippi State University 72-57 to avoid starting 0-4 in SEC competition for the first time since 1993-94.

 

 

Lacey, Alabama edge Texas A&M

Posted 1/19/2013 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Trevor Lacey scored 14 points and hit the game-winning jumper with nine seconds left as th University of Alabama men's basketball team overcame a 14-point first-half deficit to edge Texas A&M University 50-49 Saturday.

 

 

Stuedeman, MSU softball geared up for 2013

Posted 1/19/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University assistant softball coach Alan Reach summed up the cornerstone of the MSU softball program succinctly Friday.

 

 

Alabama celebrates third BCS title

Posted 1/19/2013 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama on Saturday celebrated its third Bowl Championship Series National Championship in four years in front of thousands of crimson- and white-clad fans.

 

 

Ray hopes MSU will deliver better effort vs. Tennessee

Posted 1/18/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE --Rick Ray knows what he's going to see Saturday afternoon at Thompson-Boling Arena.

 

 

Kentucky uses defense to rout MSU

Posted 1/18/2013 in College Sports

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- DeNesha Stallworth's night started when she received a specially marked game ball recognizing her recently surpassing 1,000 career points. Stallworth capped it with a performance to remember, scoring a season high 25 points to help the No. 5 University of Kentucky women's basketball team defeat Mississippi State University 100-47 on Thursday at Memorial Coliseum.

 

 

Caledonia's Hopper will play softball at ICC

Posted 1/17/2013 in High School Sports

CALEDONIA -- Fear is a wonderful motivator, even for accomplished student-athletes. When you have had as much success as Cara Hopper, you can wonder if anyone is watching and you're doing enough to give yourself a chance to play the sport you love in college. For Hopper, that apprehension gave her the push she needed to work to improve.

 

 

Mitchell builds defensive juggernaut at Kentucky

Posted 1/17/2013 in College Sports

Matthew Mitchell knew who to call when he wanted to talk abut defense. Mitchell spent time as an assistant coach at the University of Florida and the University of Kentucky before becoming the head coach at Morehead State University in 2005. When Mitchell returned to the Southeastern Conference in 2007 to take over at Kentucky, he wanted to find a way to design an aggressive player-to-player pressure defense that was going to maximize the talents of his players. It was natural for him to reach out to Vic Schaefer, who was then associate head coach to Gary Blair at Texas A&M University.

 

 

Humbler at The Hump: Alabama rolls past MSU

Posted 1/17/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- More than two weeks ago, the Mississippi State University men's basketball team suffered an embarrassing loss to Alabama A&M University, or how one member of the Bulldogs' staff put it, "Alabama with some stuff behind it." It took days for the players and everybody associated with the program to get over the Dec. 30 home loss. Sixteen days later, MSU experienced that same emotional feeling.

 

 

MSU's poor play in practice led to rout

Posted 1/17/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Rick Ray had the sinking feeling every coach experiences when his team doesn't practice well. Given that feeling, Ray could have predicted the Mississippi State University men's basketball team was going to come up short Wednesday night.

 

 

Kendrick resigns as football coach at Caledonia

Posted 1/16/2013 in High School Sports

Ricky Kendrick always has considered teaching and coaching to be his callings. His work in the past three seasons helped put the Caledonia High School football program on solid ground, and positioned it to make strides to become more competitive in district play. Unfortunately, another coach will have to help the Confederates take that next step.

 

 

Boyd wants to build potential at NEMCC

Posted 1/16/2013 in High School Sports

Landon Boyd doesn't look like a 180-pounder. A year ago, the New Hope High School standout wouldn't have been able to keep a straight face and tell people that's how much he weighed. Even his brother, Lee, would have laughed at him if he tried to say that. In fact, Lee Boyd probably would challenge his brother's latest weighty claim.

 

 

Alabama's Releford likely to miss game vs. MSU

Posted 1/16/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Maybe the Mississippi State University men's basketball team's luck with injuries is starting to turn the other way. With MSU confident freshman guard Craig Sword will be able to play at 8 tonight (CSS) against the University of Alabama at Humphrey Coliseum, the Crimson Tide may not be as fortunate.

 

 

Heritage Academy basketball sweeps Immanuel Christian

Posted 1/16/2013 in High School Sports

A new look on defense is helping the Heritage Academy girls basketball team write the next chapter. Stifling man-to-man defense was the key Tuesday night in the Lady Patriots' 53-23 victory against Immanuel Christian. Heritage Academy dominated Immanuel Christian with a player-to-player defense, which is a new way of doing things from a traditional 2-3 zone.

 

 

New Hope basketball sweeps Pickens County

Posted 1/16/2013 in High School Sports

Drew McBrayer didn't care what the final tally on the scoreboard said Tuesday night. The New Hope High School boys basketball coach was angry and had just one message for his team following a 71-65 victory against defending Alabama High School Activities Association Class 1A state champion Pickens County High.

 

 

Holifield will take next step at JCJC

Posted 1/16/2013 in High School Sports

Lauren Holifield has entertained thoughts of playing softball in college ever since she started playing the sport. Holifield isn't sure why, but something clicked with softball at an early age. As she got older, Holifield never considered staying late to practice her skills or going to Lady Trojan Field on a Friday night as a chore.

 

 

Ole Miss rallies to beat Vanderbilt in OT

Posted 1/16/2013 in College Sports

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Marshall Henderson saw nobody in front of him with time running out, so he heaved the ball at the basket, beating the buzzer to force overtime. Just as the University of Mississippi guard planned.

 

 

Soccer tournament expected to be boon for city

Posted 1/15/2013 in College Sports

Tom Velek hoped last week he could return from a trip to Vicksburg with something to invigorate the city of Columbus. What happened at the Mississippi Soccer Association's annual meeting exceeded Velek's wildest dreams.

 

 

MSU's Sword earns SEC honor

Posted 1/15/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University guard Craig Sword wasn't aware Monday the Southeastern Conference had named him Freshman of the Week until he received a text message from team spokesperson Gregg Ellis.

 

 

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