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MSU men close European trip with win

Posted 8/13/2011 in College Sports

PARIS, France -- The Mississippi State men's basketball team opened its European trip with a double-digit victory, and it concluded it with another one Saturday with a 99-71 victory against the French team Stade De Vanves.

 

 

MSU promoting players learning multiple positions

Posted 8/12/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The question this season for the Mississippi State football team's coaching staff isn't where it will put players but how many positions those guys will play.

 

 

Increase in APR cutline approved

Posted 8/12/2011 in College Sports

Following an intensive two-day retreat of approximately 50 Division I college leaders, a clear message was sent to athletic programs: If you're not willing to compete in the classroom, your school won't have the opportunity to do the same on the playing field.

 

 

Nutt likes effort in practice

Posted 8/12/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- The University of Mississippi football team welcomed the cloud cover over the practice fields Thursday in its second practice in full pads.

 

 

Leaning left on MSU's line

Posted 8/12/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State offensive line coach John Hevesy is looking left a lot more often they he's used to. In the past, the guarantee Hevesy had was things were solid at left tackle thanks to the player Dan Mullen said last year was "his best football player": Derek Sherrod.

 

 

MSU men improve to 4-0 in Europe

Posted 8/12/2011 in College Sports

ANTWERPEN, Belgium - Second-half dominance keyed by a staunch defensive effort has been a common theme for the Mississippi State men's basketball team in its European Tour. That was the case Thursday night against perennial Division II power St. Jan, as MSU flexed its muscles in the final 20 minutes en route to a 88-63 victory at the Sporthal Linkeroever.

 

 

Ole Miss soccer better conditioned, focused for season

Posted 8/12/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Matthew Mott is eager to put the growing pains behind him. A year ago, Mott hadn't met eight of his new players on the University of Mississippi women's soccer team. His transition from assistant coach at the University of Texas to Ole Miss came at a late juncture and forced everyone associated with the program to adjust.

 

 

Carr set to make second-year leap at MSU

Posted 8/6/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Michael Carr may display the difference of being a confident sophomore instead of the confused freshman in a college football program.

 

 

MSU's intensity goes up for first day in pads

Posted 8/6/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- A lot of players worry and fret about the added weight and heat shoulder pads provide in the grueling heat of a Southeastern Conference football practice.

 

 

Ole Miss freshmen expected to play key roles

Posted 8/6/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- University of Mississippi football coach Houston Nutt has raved constantly about his incoming freshman class, saying it's one of the most talented groups he has had in 14 years of coaching in the Southeastern Conference. It better be because it appears he'll have to use it immediately.

 

 

Alabama practices as complete unit for first time

Posted 8/6/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama football team practiced as a complete unit for the first time Saturday afternoon after a split session Friday when camp opened.

 

 

MSU soccer opens practice with two sessions

Posted 8/6/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State soccer team worked diligently on fitness during the offseason, and that hard work paid off as the squad opened the preseason with a pair of spirited workouts Saturday at the MSU Soccer Field.

 

 

Banks expects big things in 2011

Posted 8/5/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Johnthan Banks isn't lacking for confidence entering this season. Even after getting burned by an incoming freshman on a deep pass Friday in a morning practice session, Mississippi State's junior starting cornerback hasn't lowered his expectations for himself in 2011.

 

 

Veterans return to Ole Miss

Posted 8/5/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- After welcoming a group of heralded newcomers to campus Thursday, University of Mississippi football coach Houston Nutt greeted his veterans Friday as they arrived for the start of fall camp.

 

 

Alabama takes field after rough offseason

Posted 8/5/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Barrett Jones is reminded of his lost teammate sometimes when he sees the empty locker that once belonged to Aaron Douglas. The University of Alabama football players need only drive a short distance from campus to see the wreckage from a deadly tornado that struck the town and surrounding communities in the spring.

 

 

USM players back after recovering from shooting

Posted 8/5/2011 in College Sports

HATTIESBURG -- The two huge scars that run down the sides of Tim Green's neck have faded slightly over the months. That doesn't mean the Southern Miss linebacker has forgotten how lucky he is to be running around a football field on a steamy Friday morning that marked the Golden Eagles' first preseason practice.

 

 

Plenty of new faces for MSU

Posted 8/5/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- It was a large day of firsts for the Mississippi State football program. Whether it was a first look in a maroon and white jersey or a first time getting significant playing time with the first string, MSU coach Dan Mullen had a lot to watch in the Bulldogs' opening day of practice for the 2011 season.

 

 

State's top recruiting class arrives at Ole Miss

Posted 8/5/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Twenty-six new players, including 19 members of the state's top recruiting class, were welcomed to the University of Mississippi football program Thursday, as newcomers reported for the start of preseason camp.

 

 

Carmon prepared for key role on offense

Posted 8/4/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- James Carmon has soaked up every piece of advice and studied tirelessly to complete his offseason transition from backup defensive tackle to starting offensive tackle.

 

 

Lindgren says yes to MSU, no to Cubs

Posted 8/4/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- One phone call is all it took for Mississippi State baseball coach John Cohen to be assured each of his three drafted high school signees would arrive on campus this month. MSU signee Jacob Lindgren, a left-handed pitcher from St. Stanislaus High School, confirmed in a text response Wednesday afternoon he would be "coming to college" instead of taking a contract offer from Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs.

 

 

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