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MSU hosts long-time rival Alabama in men's basketball

Posted 1/13/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE - Two programs that think they can contend for a Southeastern Conference men's basketball title will get their chance to prove it in Humphrey Coliseum Saturday afternoon. Without a Western Division to battle over, the University of Alabama and Mississippi State University will be a pivotal matchup to possibly see who gets the final of the four byes in the SEC Tournament in March.



MSU wins fight against Tennessee

Posted 1/13/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- After saying it was punched in the mouth last weekend at the University of Arkansas, the Mississippi State University men's basketball team delivered the final blow Thursday night. In a physically demanding contest where open looks and clear cuts through the paint were at a premium, No. 20 MSU hung on for a 62-58 victory in its Southeastern Conference home opener against the University of Tennessee.



Bumphis pleads not guilty to charges

Posted 1/13/2012 in College Sports

Mississippi State University junior wide receiver Chad Bumphis pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of disorderly conduct and public intoxication in his initial court appearance at Tupelo Municipal Court.



Grant's trey helps MSU women rally past Alabama

Posted 1/13/2012 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- It's all about eye contact. Diamber Johnson has been playing with Kendra Grant for only 16 games, but point guards have a knack for finding shooters. Sometimes, though, you need a second chance. Kendra Grant was more than happy to oblige on two occasions Thursday night.



Smith, Lewis play key roles for MSU

Posted 1/13/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- DeVille Smith proved Thursday his performance Saturday night at the University of Arkansas wasn't a fluke. Smith scored most of his career-high 25 points after the Mississippi State University men's basketball team already trailed by more than 20 points at Bud Walton Arena. But the freshman point guard from Jackson backed up the effort in his Southeastern Conference debut against the University of Tennessee and helped keep No. 20 MSU from suffering back-to-back SEC losses.



Richardson leads players leaving Alabama for NFL draft

Posted 1/13/2012 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The national champion University of Alabama football team will once again try to keep rolling after losing three underclassmen to the NFL draft. All-Americans Trent Richardson, Dont'a Hightower and Dre Kirkpatrick said Thursday they're leaving school to start pro careers, three days after helping the Crimson Tide to its second national title of their careers.



Ole Miss women beat Arkansas for first SEC win

Posted 1/13/2012 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Danielle McCray grabbed a huge defensive rebound with 22.9 seconds remaining, and Nikki Byrd added two free throws with 19 seconds left to help the University of Mississippi women's basketball team to a 60-54 victory against the University of Arkansas on Thursday night at Tad Smith Coliseum.



Ole Miss receives NLI from EMCC's Wallace

Posted 1/13/2012 in College Sports

OXFORD -- University of Mississippi football coach Hugh Freeze received a National Letter of Intent on Thursday from Bo Wallace, a quarterback from East Mississippi Community College. The 6-foot-5, 210-pounder will enroll at Ole Miss for the spring semester, and will begin competing in the 2012 season with three years of eligibility remaining.



MSU's Bost needs guard help

Posted 1/12/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- It's possible Mississippi State's senior point guard Dee Bost should come to Humphrey Coliseum this week was a two-word sign literally hanging from him -- help wanted. Brian Bryant, who is not only Bost's guard teammate and roommate on campus and on the road, said he doesn't have to see the tape of MSU's 98-88 loss at Arkansas to see where the 20th-ranked Bulldogs went wrong. It's already been discussed in a closed-door meeting between the two friends.



Ready to move on, MSU faces Tennessee tonight at Humphrey Coliseum

Posted 1/11/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State has the same issue as their opponent in the Southeastern Conference home opener for the Bulldogs men's basketball program. The basic question of both MSU and Tennessee as both enter the Humphrey Coliseum tonight (8 p.m., ESPN2) is essentially, will the opener last weekend be a trend or something their fans forget quickly?



MSU women's basketball team travels to Alabama

Posted 1/11/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Embarrassing. Catina Bett knows no other word than that one to describe the feeling she and her teammates felt Sunday during and after an 88-40 loss to the No. 11 University of Kentucky at Memorial Gymnasium. The senior center acknowledges MSU (10-5, 0-2 Southeastern Conference) was in a tough spot without senior Porsha Porter, the team's second-leading scorer, who didn't make the trip due to an illness. But Bett admitted the Lady Bulldogs should have delivered a better showing, especially in a regionally-televised game.



Alabama women's basketball working through injuries, absences

Posted 1/11/2012 in College Sports

Conference play is a difficult time to try to battle through injuries. In a league that is as unforgiving as the Southeastern Conference, University of Alabama women's basketball coach Wendell Hudson knows his team isn't going to get any breaks.



Carlisle returns as baseball coach at Starkville High

Posted 1/11/2012 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- A familiar face was back at Starkville High School on Wednesday. In three weeks, that same face will be back in a dugout as the leader of the school's baseball program. On Tuesday night, the Starkville School Board approved the recommendation of Starkville High School Athletic Director Dr. Stan Miller that Danny Carlisle be brought back as the school's baseball coach.



EMCC's Wallace commits to Ole Miss

Posted 1/11/2012 in College Sports

With two words on Twitter, Bo Wallace announced where he will play his final three years of college football. "Hotty totty," Wallace tweeted Tuesday afternoon. The junior college first-team All-American from East Mississippi Community College has accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Mississippi. Wallace, who will sign with the 2012 recruiting class and will enroll early to compete in spring practices, chose Ole Miss over scholarship offers from Mississippi State, Baylor University, and Indiana.



Starkville, Heritage split basketball doubleheader

Posted 1/11/2012 in High School Sports

Heritage Academy boys basketball coach Yandell Harris stressed one thing to his squad Tuesday night: Rebound the basketball on the defensive end. The players took the veteran coach's advice to heart as they dominated the defensive rebounds en route to a 46-30 victory. The schools split the doubleheader at Heritage Academy, as the Lady Volunteers rolled to a 67-42 victory in the opener.



Mobley sparks Starkville sweep

Posted 1/11/2012 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- It was the Jacolby Mobley show Tuesday night at Starkville High School. The senior guard fired from anywhere beyond the 3-point line and scored a career-high 35 points in a dominating 91-64 home victory against Aberdeen.



Saban: This Alabama team is special

Posted 1/11/2012 in College Sports

NEW ORLEANS -- Nick Saban rolled out of bed without time even for his daily dose of The Weather Channel with wife Terry. The business of celebrating Alabama's second national championship in three years disrupted the morning routine for a coach who makes a habit of, well, habits. He didn't seem to mind.


Family, friends say goodbye to Starkville High's Devin Mitchell

Posted 1/10/2012 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE - While Sunday's memorial service for Starkville High student Devin Mitchell could have taken on a somber note, participants decided to make it a celebration of the young man's life instead.


Alabama defeats LSU to win BCS National Championship

Posted 1/10/2012 in College Sports

NEW ORLEANS -- The Rematch of the Century, it wasn't. For Alabama, it was good enough for No. 1, if not a lot of style points. The Crimson Tide romped to another BCS championship against top-ranked LSU with a smothering defensive performance Monday night, a numbing barrage of field goals and even a long-overdue trip to the end zone. Final score: 21-0.



Starkville closer to naming new baseball coach

Posted 1/10/2012 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Starkville School Board is expected to make a decision tonight about who will coach Starkville High School's baseball team this season. Starkville High School Athletic Director Stan Miller said Monday he has a "couple of proposals" regarding the job of the school's baseball coach, which came open Sept. 30, 2011, when longtime coach Danny Carlisle retired as a teacher at the school. Miller said he will submit the proposals to board for it to examine tonight, and that he hopes the board will give the OK which direction it wants to go and that it will make a decision about who will coach the program no later than tonight.



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