OXFORD -- Inclement weather didn't stop the University of Mississippi football team from getting work done Thursday in full pads at the Indoor Practice Facility.
STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State men's basketball team will open its 2012 Southeastern Conference schedule the same way it will conclude the regular season -- against long-time foe University of Arkansas.
OXFORD -- University of Mississippi men's basketball coach Andy Kennedy announced Thursday another exciting season will begin in November. The Rebels' schedule features nine teams that won 20 or more games last season, and 10 squads that reached postseason play.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama men's basketball team will face a challenging non-conference schedule in addition to the traditional Southeastern Conference slate, coach Anthony Grant announced Thursday.
WEST POINT -- The bleachers are ready. The grass has been sprayed and cut. The bleachers are on campus and set to be arranged. The field will be painted Friday.
VERNON, Ala. -- Lamar County High School football coach Ken Adams takes a unique approach when sizing up his 2011 Bulldogs. Adams feels his squad's main strength and weaknesses may go hand in hand.
MILLPORT, Ala. -- Each week, National Football League head coaches have to file an injury report that lists their players' injuries for that week's game. Fortunately, South Lamar High School football coach Josh Harper doesn't have that job.
STARKVILLE - In the wake of college football scandals at Ohio State, the University of North Carolina, Oregon and now at Miami, Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen has a simple philosophy.
OXFORD -- The University of Mississippi football team took to the practice fields adjacent to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on Wednesday under warm and sunny conditions.
Sharon Fanning-Otis raring to go. It's less than two months before the start of practice before the 2011-12 season, but the Mississippi State women's basketball coach already is geared up for bigger and better things.
STARKVILLE -- Vann Stuedeman is accustomed to whirlwinds. When you're a coach who prefers hugs over handshakes and you can energize a room when you walk in, it's easy to see why Stuedeman has felt comfortable in her new job as Mississippi State softball coach.
With the odds reaching their longest Tuesday night, the Columbus High School slow-pitch softball team dug down and found a way. Columbus scored three runs in the home half of the seventh inning to rally for a stunning 14-13 victory against New Hope at Lady Falcons Field.
Liz Fields and Liz Byrne never could have imagined their construction project would go like this. As volleyball veterans who played the sport in college, Fields and Byrne brought enthusiasm and a love for the game to their initial practices with Heritage Academy's first-year volleyball program.
With her team struggling offensively and defensively, Hebron Christian junior pitcher Chloe Tapley took matters into her hands. Tapley struck out seven and allowed five hits to help Hebron Christian hold off Heritage Academy 4-2 in a Mississippi Association of Independent Schools fast-pitch softball game Tuesday at Harper-Hutchins Field.
STARKVILLE -- If there's a position concern for the Mississippi State football team entering the season it's tight end. Last season, MSU coach Dan Mullen would admit the Bulldogs didn't have a reliable dual-threat player at that spot after Marcus Green suffered a season-ending anterior cruciate ligament injury to his knee.
OXFORD -- The University of Mississippi football team's quarterback race warmed up Tuesday as the Rebels went through another day of preseason camp.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama football team held a two-hour practice session Tuesday at the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields, marking its 14th training session of the 2011 camp.
OXFORD -- Joe Getzin knows the perils of involved in reaching the pinnacle of his profession. He also realizes it sometimes is even tougher to remain at that elite level.
STARKVILLE -- Allow Mississippi State offensive coordinator Les Koenning to properly describe his team's practice Monday morning. "It wasn't good," the 53-year-old coach said. "We didn't execute, and if we executed there was always one person doing something wrong."
STARKVILLE -- The Starkville High School volleyball team made its new home feel like its old home Monday night. Playing for the first time at the Starkville SportsPlex, Starkville put an exclamation point on its 2011 home opener, rolling past Heritage Academy 25-21, 25-12, 25-10 on Monday night. The match was the first for the Heritage Academy volleyball program.
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