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Warren's trey helps Ole Miss upset No. 10 Kentucky

Posted 2/2/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Chris Warren's college career isn't over, so he didn't want to rank his best moments just yet. But with a wide grin, the University of Mississippi point guard admitted the high-arcing, 3-pointer that beat No. 10 Kentucky on Tuesday night will rank close to the top no matter what happens the rest of the season.

 

 

Alabama, Auburn in line for top classes

Posted 2/2/2011 in College Sports

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The University of Alabama has apparently become a destination state for blue chip recruits. Alabama and Auburn University, which have divvied up the past two national titles and Heisman Trophies, both are expected to land highly-ranked recruiting classes today on National Signing Day, when prospects start signing national letters of intent.

 

 

Changed MSU set to face Alabama again

Posted 2/1/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- So much has changed for the Mississippi State men's basketball team since it lost its league opener to the University of Alabama.

 

 

Ole Miss will look for signature win vs. No. 10 Kentucky

Posted 2/1/2011 in College Sports

Andy Kennedy is in an unenviable position. His University of Mississippi men's basketball team lost five of its past six games following a 12-3 start. The Rebels lost to the University of Florida and Mississippi State by five before losing their next three by an average of 16 points.

 

 

MSU's losing streak reaches nine

Posted 1/31/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- One step forward, one step back. As much as Porsha Porter has raised her level to meet the challenges of Southeastern Conference basketball, the junior guard admits she still has work to do. The same can be said the Mississippi State women's basketball team.

 

 

Duffy remains determined to make progress

Posted 1/29/2011 in College Sports

Each day, Ryan Duffy wakes up ready to conquer the world. It's the same attitude that provided the foundation for a standout college baseball career at Mississippi State.

 

 

'Do It for Duffy' will feature 5-K, silent auction

Posted 1/29/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Efforts to help former Mississippi State baseball player Ryan Duffy in his recovery from neck surgery will take a major step forward this year. A group of MSU fans and friends of Duffy will host a "Do it for Duffy" 5-Kilometer Walk/Run and silent auction Feb. 12 in conjunction with MSU's annual First Pitch Banquet.

 

 

Alabama men roll past LSU

Posted 1/29/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama men's basketball team continued its undefeated status at home this season with a 70-46 victory against LSU in front of a sell-out crowd at Coleman Coliseum on Saturday night.

 

 

MSU women will try again to snap streak

Posted 1/29/2011 in College Sports

The Mississippi State women's basketball team has shown the ability to play the way coach Sharon Fanning-Otis wants. Now the Lady Bulldogs have to put two halves together.

 

 

Bost leads MSU men past Florida

Posted 1/29/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Dee Bost might be missing some teeth. He has found his legs, though. The junior, playing with his front teeth glued together after taking an elbow to the face earlier in the week, scored 24 points as the Mississippi State men's basketball team beat No. 24 Florida 71-64 on Saturday afternoon at Humphrey Coliseum.

 

 

Tennessee men beat flat Ole Miss

Posted 1/29/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Brian Williams scored 18 points and Scotty Hopson had 16 Saturday afternoon to lead the University of Tennessee men's basketball team to a 74-57 victory against the University of Mississippi at Tad Smith Coliseum.

 

 

Vanderbilt men rally past MSU

Posted 1/28/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State men's basketball coach Rick Stansbury didn't get the result he wanted Thursday, but he was happy to see his team play better. MSU improved its rebounding, raised its bench production, and saw leading scorer Ravern Johnson snap out of a scoring funk with 19 points.

 

 

Tennessee gets serious, rallies past MSU in second half

Posted 1/28/2011 in College Sports

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- After playing its best first half of the season, the Mississippi State women's basketball team couldn't duplicate that feat and fell victim to an 18-0 run that buoyed the No. 5 University of Tennessee to an 81-55 Southeastern Conference victory Thursday night in Thompson-Boling Arena.

 

 

EMCC, ICC earn basketball sweeps

Posted 1/28/2011 in College Sports

GOODMAN -- Sophomore guard Deonte Alexander nailed a game-winning buzzer-beater from beyond halfcourt Thursday night to give the No. 15 East Mississippi Community College men's basketball team a 68-67 victory against Holmes C.C. at Frank Branch Coliseum.

 

 

Kentucky women rally past Ole Miss

Posted 1/28/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- After committing just five turnovers in the first half, the University of Mississipi women's basketball team turned the ball over 18 times in the second half and went on to lose to No. 17 Kentucky 74-68 Thursday night.

 

 

Florida women hold on to beat Alabama

Posted 1/28/2011 in College Sports

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Senior Tierney Jenkins and freshman Kaneisha Horn combined for 35 points, but it wasn't enough as the University of Alabama women's basketball team fell to Florida 70-64 Thursday night at the O'Connell Center.

 

MSU/Starkville sports blog: 'Dogs come up short against Commodores

Posted 1/27/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State men's basketball coach Rick Stansbury didn't get the result he wanted Thursday, but he was happy to see his team play better. MSU improved its rebounding, raised its bench production and saw leading scorer Ravern Johnson snap out of a scoring funk with 19 points against No. 19 Vanderbilt. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, an eight-point second half lead was wasted before falling to their second-straight defeat, 81-74.

 

Lady Bulldogs searching for toughness

Posted 1/27/2011 in College Sports

Pat Summitt knows what it means to be tough. Growing up, Summitt was bloodied, knocked down, battered and bruised playing basketball with her three older brothers. The lessons Summitt learned -- "You can't be a sissy and play this game" -- steeled her resolve and have helped her become the all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball history, men or women, in any division.

 

 

Crunch time for MSU against Vanderbilt

Posted 1/27/2011 in College Sports

It's crunch time for the Mississippi State men's basketball team. MSU will play host to No. 19 Vanderbilt tonight on ESPN2.

 

 

MSU football coaches will be busy Feb. 2

Posted 1/27/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Coming off a 2010 campaign in which the Mississippi State football team earned nine victories, another Egg Bowl win, and drubbed the University of Michigan in the Gator Bowl on New Year's Day, the Bulldogs will continue their momentum on National Signing Day on Feb. 2. Coach Dan Mullen and several assistants will travel to five locations to speak and to interact with supporters around the state of Mississippi.

 

 

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