STARKVILLE -- Redemption was the word of the night for the Starkville High School defense.
SULLIGENT, Ala. -- Aliceville High School football coach Charles Moody felt like his Yellow Jackets played their most complete game of the season Friday night.
Five minutes into the game, Jason Dickerson could smell blood in the water.
WEST POINT -- Columbus High School football coach Tony Stanford sent a stern message to his team Friday night.
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STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann refused comment on a Yahoo Sports report that two former Mississippi State football players received impermissible benefits.
STARKVILLE -- Each member of the 87-player Starkville High School football roster couldn't be more eager to play again.
CALEDONIA -- Bobby Rushing couldn't allow the pressure to engulf him.
MACON -- Tyrone Shorter wasn't as distressed Sunday as he was following his team's season-opening loss to Starkville High School.
SCOOBA -- East Mississippi Community College freshman running back Preston Baker hobbled back to the team's postgame huddle Thursday night.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Alabama coach Nick Saban knows it's become irrelevant whether frenetic, no-huddle offenses are what he wants college football to be.
AUSTIN, Texas -- The Texas Longhorns are in crisis.
FULTON -- The No. 12 Itawamba Community College football team survived five turnovers, three on special teams, to defeat Mississippi Delta C.C. 23-13 in the Indians' MACJC North Division opener on Thursday.
STARKVILLE -- A national report suggests five football players from three Southeastern Conference schools received impermissible benefits.
STARKVILLE -- Joey Swinarski completed his mission last week when the NCAA Eligibility Center cleared him to play college baseball this spring.
For Luke Ellison, the growth process started in the fifth grade.
Nobody is more old school than Tony Stanford. The veteran coach has joked that 3 or 4 yards and a cloud of dust is just fine with him if that is what works for his football team.
Oak Hill Academy football players and coaches were quick to pick out last season's key victory in what turned out to be a turn-around season.
1. Fast starts help prepare Heritage Academy for opener HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
2. Report: Former LSU quarterback enrolls at EMCC COLLEGE SPORTS
3. Eubanks will try to take on 'alpha' role for Bulldogs COLLEGE SPORTS
4. Columbus' King will bring needed experience to secondary HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS