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Alabama edges Colorado to reach NIT title game

Posted 3/30/2011 in College Sports

NEW YORK -- The University of Alabama men's basketball team is making sure Anthony Grant stays focused on his team rather than watching his former team's incredible NCAA tournament run. After all, the Crimson Tide will play for a championship.



West Lowndes' Berry will retire at end of school year

Posted 3/29/2011 in High School Sports

Bobby Berry has been blessed to be involved in high school athletics for more than 40 years. In that time, Berry has had reasonably good health and has taught many life lessons that have impacted student-athletes at a host of schools. But it dawned on Berry two months ago that it might be time to do something else.



Disbrow's willingness to listen, learn spark Central Academy baseball

Posted 3/29/2011 in High School Sports

MACON -- Scott Nash gets fired up when he talks about Will Disbrow.



MSU baseball sweeps Auburn

Posted 3/28/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State baseball team's pitching staff threw its fourth shutout of the season Sunday in a 5-0 victory against No. 21 Auburn in the final game of a Southeastern Conference series Sunday afternoon at Dudy Noble Field. Nick Routt and Daryl Norris combined on a four-hit shutout. It was MSU's first shutout of a league opponent since Ricky Bowen threw a two-hit, 4-0 shutout against the University of Mississippi on March 16, 2008.



Columbus baseball team wins two games

Posted 3/28/2011 in High School Sports

Nick Durrah and Dylan Patel were the hitting leaders, while Chris McCullough and Hunter Mullis earned victories Saturday to lead the Columbus High School baseball team to an 18-0 win against Aberdeen and a 19-2 win against Noxubee County. Noxubee County beat Aberdeen 8-4 in the other game.



MSU football looking to find rhythm

Posted 3/26/2011 in College Sports

Inconsistency is common through spring practice, and the Mississippi State football team's first spring scrimmage was no different.



MSU baseball routs Auburn

Posted 3/26/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The rout was on after one inning. The Mississippi State baseball team scored eight runs in the first inning and five in the second to earn a 15-8 victory against Auburn University on Saturday at Dudy Noble Field.



MSU track and field shines in SEC-Big Ten Challenge

Posted 3/26/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's first home track meet in four years Saturday ended with the Southeastern Conference falling to the Big Ten on the men's and women's sides. The results didn't take away from the excitement of MSU runners and field athletes, especially the ones who earned victories at the SEC/Big Ten Challenge at the renovated Carl Maddox Track Facility.



MSU, Memphis move season opener to Sept. 1

Posted 3/26/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State football team will jump at the opportunity to get more exposure. That was the thinking behind MSU's decision to accept the University of Memphis' offer to move their season-opening game in Memphis from Sept. 3 to Sept. 1 (Thursday).



Earnest's home run, Fikes' pitching lead Hamilton past Caledonia

Posted 3/26/2011 in High School Sports

HAMILTON -- Ethan Earnest has home run power. Problem is, the left-handed hitting junior had only shown the ability to deliver the long ball that girls love in practice. But that all changed Saturday with one swing. Earnest's timing couldn't have been any better, as his two-run home run to right field sparked a four-run fifth inning that fueled the Hamilton High School baseball team to a 6-2 victory against Caledonia.



Columbus baseball beats Starkville again

Posted 3/26/2011 in High School Sports

Columbus High School's youth-led baseball team earned an important trump card Friday in its victory against Starkville: A playoff tiebreaker. The Falcons (8-4, 2-0 Class 6A, Region 2) received two RBIs from freshman Chris McCullough and an RBI from freshman Greg Sykes to beat the Yellow Jackets 7-4 Friday night.



MSU baseball team hopes to build this weekend on Vanderbilt win

Posted 3/25/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State baseball team's win Sunday at Vanderbilt University has given the squad a ton of confidence. After being shut out in the first two games of the series, MSU used a five-run eighth inning to rally for a 9-8 win against No. 1 Vanderbilt. A loss in that game, especially another in which they struggled at the plate, could have been damaging, third baseman Jarrod Parks said.



MSU football team returns to field

Posted 3/25/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- After two weeks away from the practice field, the Mississippi State football players were bound to be rusty. MSU started spring practice March 3 and had four sessions before taking two weeks off for spring break. The Bulldogs returned to the field Thursday for a two-hour session in front of fans and dozens of high school coaches who were attending MSU's coaches' clinic.



Bell Foundation will honor wishes of former MSU football player

Posted 3/25/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Before Nick Bell died last fall, he told his mother he wanted to be a mentor to kids. The former Mississippi State defensive end, who lost a brief battle with cancer Nov. 2, didn't have a father figure growing up, leaving his mother, Linda, to rely on his coaches to help mold the respectful, personable young man she and many others remember.



WLHS' Moody hopes to bring power to EMCC

Posted 3/25/2011 in High School Sports

Fredrico Moody is used to doling out hits on the football field. But it's his penchant for making contact on the baseball field that will allow the West Lowndes High School senior to take his athletic skills to the next level. On Thursday, the multi-sport standout Moody signed a scholarship to play baseball at East Mississippi Community College.



MSU's Tate set to face Ole Miss' Oliver

Posted 3/24/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Tavaris Tate says he doesn't study opponents. No matter what track meet he competes in, each track is different, everyone is fast, and someone in the race won't have their 'A' game. To Tate, there are too many variables to study every move of national rivals like Southern California's Joey Hughes and the University of Alabama's Kirani James.



MSU eager to compete on its new track

Posted 3/24/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- When members of the Mississippi State track and field team first stepped on the renovated surface at the Carl Maddox facility, they didn't want to stop running. It had been four years since MSU held its last on-campus track meet, but that will change Saturday when MSU will play host to the Southeastern Conference-Big Ten Challenge.



Alabama men beat Miami, earn trip to N.Y.

Posted 3/24/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Freshman guard Trevor Releford scored 22 points Wednesday night to lead the University of Alabama men's basketball team to a 79-64 victory against the University of Miami in the quarterfinals of the National Invitation Tournament before a crowd of 8,612 at Coleman Coliseum.



Roquez Johnson commits to MSU's 2011 class

Posted 3/23/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- With a pair of extra scholarships heading into next season, Mississippi State basketball coach Rick Stansbury has added a fourth member to his 2011 class in Alabama native Roquez Johnson.



MSU too good to pass up for Maye

Posted 3/23/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- There was too much that stood out to go anyplace else. That's how former Clemson University linebacker Brandon Maye felt Monday when he decided to transfer to Mississippi State for his fifth and final season of college football.



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