STARKVILLE -- Vic Schaefer's blueprint was in full effect.
STARKVILLE - It has become a single destination approach for the Mississippi State University baseball program and head coach John Cohen knows it.
OXFORD -- The University of Mississippi's Nick Williams knows what it's like to just miss the NCAA tournament. That's why the fifth-year senior isn't too giddy about the Rebels' current seven-game winning streak, including a 4-0 start in Southeastern Conference play and a national ranking for the first time since 2010.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Mike Anderson couldn't help but sit back and enjoy watching his University of Arkansas men's basketball team practice what he's been preaching for a season and a half.
Here's the deal: Gary Blair will dip into his bag of 500 or so offensive plays tonight and challenge his opponent to react. Vic Schaefer will counter by trying to devise a defense that will confound, frustrate, and outhustle his opponent.
STARKVILLE -- The expectations for the Mississippi State University baseball team continue to rise.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University got a interesting verbal commitment that as a right now doesn't fit into a normal projection box for most recruiting analysts.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University coach Rick Ray has laid the goals out for his club as they approach another Southeastern Conference road trip.
Monday was a good day for the University of Mississippi men's basketball team.
STARKVILLE - Mississippi State University's men's basketball coach Rick Ray has diagnosed his team's problem in its past two Southeastern Conference games: The Bulldogs haven't valued possession of the basketball.
OXFORD -- First there was the terrible shooting touch and then a power outage plunged Tad Smith Coliseum into darkness. Ole Miss senior Murphy Holloway could have been frustrated, but instead he just laughed it off. Not much can faze these Rebels, and now they're off to their best start in Southeastern Conference play since the 1936-37 season.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- The University of Tennessee men's basketball team finally gave Jordan McRae some help, and the Volunteers finally earned its first Southeastern Conference victory. Jarnell Stokes scored 18 points and pulled down 11 rebounds Saturday as Tennessee defeated Mississippi State University 72-57 to avoid starting 0-4 in SEC competition for the first time since 1993-94.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Trevor Lacey scored 14 points and hit the game-winning jumper with nine seconds left as th University of Alabama men's basketball team overcame a 14-point first-half deficit to edge Texas A&M University 50-49 Saturday.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University assistant softball coach Alan Reach summed up the cornerstone of the MSU softball program succinctly Friday.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama on Saturday celebrated its third Bowl Championship Series National Championship in four years in front of thousands of crimson- and white-clad fans.
STARKVILLE --Rick Ray knows what he's going to see Saturday afternoon at Thompson-Boling Arena.
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- DeNesha Stallworth's night started when she received a specially marked game ball recognizing her recently surpassing 1,000 career points. Stallworth capped it with a performance to remember, scoring a season high 25 points to help the No. 5 University of Kentucky women's basketball team defeat Mississippi State University 100-47 on Thursday at Memorial Coliseum.
Matthew Mitchell knew who to call when he wanted to talk abut defense. Mitchell spent time as an assistant coach at the University of Florida and the University of Kentucky before becoming the head coach at Morehead State University in 2005. When Mitchell returned to the Southeastern Conference in 2007 to take over at Kentucky, he wanted to find a way to design an aggressive player-to-player pressure defense that was going to maximize the talents of his players. It was natural for him to reach out to Vic Schaefer, who was then associate head coach to Gary Blair at Texas A&M University.
STARKVILLE -- More than two weeks ago, the Mississippi State University men's basketball team suffered an embarrassing loss to Alabama A&M University, or how one member of the Bulldogs' staff put it, "Alabama with some stuff behind it." It took days for the players and everybody associated with the program to get over the Dec. 30 home loss. Sixteen days later, MSU experienced that same emotional feeling.
STARKVILLE -- Rick Ray had the sinking feeling every coach experiences when his team doesn't practice well. Given that feeling, Ray could have predicted the Mississippi State University men's basketball team was going to come up short Wednesday night.
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