STARKVILLE -- Jerica James didn't realize it, but her foray down the middle of the lane may have provided the spark the Mississippi State women's basketball team needed Wednesday night.
STARKVILLE -- At some point, the term "game manager" earned a negative connotation. That isn't the case for Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen, who uses that term he uses for players like Alabama senior quarterback AJ McCarron. The Bulldogs' fifth-year coach uses "game manager" in the most glowing terms to describe a player who is 34-2 as a starter for the Crimson Tide.
STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State men's basketball program isn't in the position to pick or to choose its prospects from lists of the nation's top 100 players.
STARKVILLE -- There is one constant Rick Ray knows the Mississippi State men's basketball team will need if it wants to have any success this season: Gavin Ware has to stay out of foul trouble.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer has stressed that he plans on building a championship program at MSU. Following a stellar initial recruiting class last season, the next brick in the foundation was added Wednesday as the Bulldogs inked five standouts to one of the nation's top signing classes.
STARKVILLE -- Today is an important day for the present and future of the Mississippi State women's basketball program.
WEST POINT -- Sarah Dill may only be a sophomore, but she stepped into a leadership role Tuesday at the right time for the Oak Hill Academy girls basketball team.
SCOOBA -- Headlined by Region 23 Offensive Most Valuable Player Dontreal Pruitt and Coach of the Year Buddy Stephens, the MACJC state champion East Mississippi Community College football team placed a state-high eight players on the NJCAA All-Region 23 Team, announced Tuesday by the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges.
SCOOBA -- After a few days of applying the finishing touches, the National Junior College Athletic Association announced its bowl lineup Tuesday afternoon.
STARKVILLE -- Dan Mullen knows the Mississippi State football team will need a new game plan from the one it had one week ago.
STARKVILLE -- The problem seems to have been fixed for Mississippi State's projected ace for the 2014 season.
STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State football team's depth chart has senior Tyler Russell as the starting quarterback for the team's game at 6:45 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday against No. 1 Alabama.
Last season, the Ole Miss football team surprised many by qualifying for a bowl game after a two-year absence.
SCOOBA -- The East Mississippi Community College football team took another step Monday toward playing for the national championship.
STARKVILLE -- Vigilance is a prerequisite for role players. Coaches can go into games with a sense of how they will ration out minutes, but the slightest change in strategy can force those plans to be scrapped.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen is convinced his team's defense at the end of halves is what's keeping it from a special season.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The Alabama and LSU football teams have grown accustomed to slugging things out the past few years. None of the previous six regular-season meetings between the bitter Southeastern Conference Western Division foes had been decided by more than single digits, so the teams had a lot to live up to Saturday night in their nationally televises showdown at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
OXFORD -- If you didn't know better, you would have thought Maggie Proffitt and Kelsei Ewings were back playing basketball in the Golden Triangle.
OXFORD -- Matt Insell isn't going to let one game define the 2013-14 season or his program.
STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State men's basketball team went down low Friday night to win its season opener.
1. Starkville basketball squads sweep Callaway HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
2. MSU men win third straight by beating Texas A&M COLLEGE SPORTS
3. No. 4 MSU women look for school record against Ole Miss COLLEGE SPORTS
5. Prescott makes postseason debut against Packers LOCAL SPORTS