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MSU Gator Bowl Blog: MSU defenders keen on run-pass option; McPhee to face high school teammates

Posted 12/29/2010 in College Sports

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- There's no question Denard Robinson is the engine that makes Michigan's offense go. The Wolverines' "head of the snake" -- as Mississippi State defensive coordinator Manny Diaz typically calls opponent's best player -- is an equal threat to run and throw. But how Robinson has managed to produce at a high rate each week has just as much to do with his development as how teams try to defend him.



Lady Bulldogs open tournament today against Buffalo

Posted 12/29/2010 in College Sports

The Mississippi State women's basketball team will open play in the Christmas City Classic at 4 p.m. today against the University of Buffalo at Stabler Arena on the campus of Lehigh University.



Bulldogs look past UM's defensive woes

Posted 12/29/2010 in College Sports

Mississippi State football players and coaches are guarding against the perception they'll have their way with Michigan's porous defense.



Video: MSU players have fun on the beach before Gator Bowl

Posted 12/29/2010 in College Sports



MSU Blog: Mullen happy with focus; Relf to wear Bell's No. 36

Posted 12/28/2010 in College Sports

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Mississippi State Bulldogs have been away from game action for over a month, but the layoff and extra activities of bowl week haven't affected the team's ability to focus on Gator Bowl opponent Michigan, head coach Dan Mullen said Tuesday.



Michigan's Robinson a smaller Newton

Posted 12/27/2010 in College Sports

Some experts of college football hail University of Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson as a compressed version of Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton.



Bulldogs arrive for Gator Bowl

Posted 12/27/2010 in College Sports



Gates, Sciple stir up success

Posted 12/26/2010 in High School Sports

Shawn Gates and Ronnie Sciple know how to make their numbers count.



Wilson, Hunter led teams on offense

Posted 12/26/2010 in High School Sports

Playmakers have an ability to break a game open in a variety of ways.



Horsley made plays to help East Oktibbeha

Posted 12/26/2010 in High School Sports

Doing more was just fine with Monté Horsley.



Bulldogs drop last contest at Hawaii

Posted 12/26/2010 in College Sports

Kodi Augustus recorded his sixth double-double of the year and Jalen Steele had a career-high 14 points.



Sidney, Bailey suspended indefinitely

Posted 12/25/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State University Athletics Department announced Friday men's basketball players Elgin Bailey and Renardo Sidney have been suspended indefinitely for their roles in an altercation Thursday night at the Stan Sheriff Center in Honolulu. Bailey and Sidney were sent home from Hawaii where the team is competing in the Diamond Head Classic. They won't play today against Hawaii or Wednesday against St. Mary's in Las Vegas.



MSU men's players in fight in stands

Posted 12/24/2010 in College Sports

HONOLULU --Two players from Mississippi State's basketball team fought in the stands Thursday night between games at the Diamond Head Classic Sophomore forward Renardo Sidney and junior forward Elgin Bailey got into the altercation about 10 minutes before the tipoff of the game between tournament host Hawaii and Utah at the Stan Sheriff Center. Punches were thrown in the fight that lasted several minutes and was broken up by teammates.



Cox guides West Point to another title

Posted 12/24/2010 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- Justin Cox couldn't have envisioned his high school football career ending any better. The West Point High School quarterback, a Mississippi State commitment, secured a second straight state title with a 21-3 win against Brookhaven on Dec. 4.



Chambless: Community crucial to success of Green Wave

Posted 12/24/2010 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- Ask West Point High School football coach Chris Chambless how much credit he deserves for the Green Wave's return to dominance and he'll deflect the praise toward everyone but himself.



Johnson emerges as do-all player for Starkville

Posted 12/24/2010 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Three seasons ago, Jaquez Johnson was shocked when he learned he would be Starkville High School's starting quarterback.



Williams anchor on defense for Noxubee County

Posted 12/24/2010 in High School Sports

MACON -- Every football team needs an anchor. Some might consider that player a rock or a trusted stalwart who leads the offense or defense. Others might refer to him as a talismanic spirit who guides the team through adversity. Corey Williams filled that role superbly for the Noxubee County High School Tigers.



MSU men rebound to beat San Diego in Hawaii

Posted 12/24/2010 in College Sports

HONOLULU -- The Mississippi State men's basketball team bounced back from a loss to Washington State with a 69-52 win against San Diego on Thursday in the second round of the Diamond Head Classic at the Stan Sheriff Center.



Riggins turns into bruising force on offense for Sulligent

Posted 12/23/2010 in High School Sports

SULLIGENT, Ala. -- When the 2009 football season started in August, Sulligent High School senior running back Ishmael Riggins had a problem. Instead of trying to run around the defenders who wanted to tackle him, he tried to run over them. His behavior wasn't unusual for someone who had played on the offensive and defensive lines the previous season. So when he received the chance to run, he took it.



Washington State men roll past MSU

Posted 12/23/2010 in College Sports

HONOLULU -- Second-half shooting woes proved to be costly Wednesday for the Mississippi State men's basketball team, as Washington State overcame a halftime deficit to earn an 83-57 victory in the opening round of the Diamond Head Classic at the Stan Sheriff Center.



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