STARKVILLE -- A quick glance of the Southeastern Conference softball standings reveals that the University of Tennessee is riding a conference-best 17-game win streak. That seems quite fitting since the Volunteers are ranked No. 7 in the nation. The team that has the league's second longest win streak, though, may be a surprise.
STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State University men's basketball program added a local talent Monday its coaches hope can make an immediate impact next season. East Mississippi Community College men's basketball coach Mark White confirmed to The Dispatch on Monday evening forward Colin Borchert signed with new MSU coach Rick Ray.
STARKVILLE -- John Cohen talks constantly to his Mississippi State University baseball team about finding ways to win games. His squad's 4-2 victory against the University of Mississippi in the third game of a three-game weekend set was a direct reflection of that idea. After all, it isn't often a team gets two hits and wins.
STARKVILLE -- The injury list continues to grow for the Mississippi State University baseball team. Three key contributors are fighting serious injuries as the Bulldogs enter the final month of the regular season.
STARKVILLE -- The state of Mississippi's biggest college baseball series is tied after two games to a pair of special pitching performances. The only problem is the efforts came at different times and in different ways.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University baseball coach John Cohen is convinced his club gave the game away from third base.
NEW YORK -- Mississippi State University's Vick Ballard and Charles Mitchell and the University of Mississippi's Bobby Massie were selected Saturday on the third and final day of the NFL draft. Ballard was selected in the fifth round by the Indianapolis Colts, while Mitchell was taken in the sixth by the Atlanta Falcons. Massie, an offensive lineman, was selected in the fourth round by the Arizona Cardinals.
NEW YORK -- The University of Alabama football team had its fifth player selected in the 2012 NFL draft Friday evening at when the Baltimore Ravens used the No. 35 overall pick, the third pick in the second round, to select senior linebacker Courtney Upshaw.
STARKVILLE -- In what many people sees will be a rebuilding project for Mississippi State University men's basketball coach Rick Ray, the one quality he values the most in his newest signee is considered uncoachable.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University senior outfielder Brittany Gates has a simple reminder.
STARKVILLE - The plan for the Mississippi State baseball lineup is very specific. They want to see action in the visitors bullpen early and often.
STARKVILLE -- Fletcher Cox has a chance tonight to be the highest Mississippi State University player taken in the National Football League draft in a generation. Nearly every draft expert projects the defensive tackle will be taken in the top 10.
STARKVILLE -- Jacoby Davis became the first signed prospect Wednesday for new Mississippi State University men's basketball coach Rick Ray.
WEST POINT -- First impressions at speaking engagements are extremely important for new coaches. New University of Mississippi football coach Hugh Freeze is trying to impress at 16 of those engagements this week as the Rebel Road Tour treks through Mississippi and into the states of Tennessee and Alabama.
WEST POINT -- Pat and Judy Clark, of Columbus, have been attending football games at the University of Mississippi almost all of their lives.
Andy Kirk didn't know what to expect from Kristyn Atkins and Anna Holley. On one hand he had a pitcher who was coming off surgery to repair a torn labrum in her shoulder. On the other hand the first-year Itawamba Community College softball coach had a high school standout who was recruited to be an infielder win the starting job as catcher.
PEARL -- Mississippi State University baseball coach John Cohen said his team needed to make it easier to manufacture runs. It can't get much easier than hitting the ball over the fence.
PEARL -- Nick Routt knew he wouldn't have any excuses if he didn't perform Tuesday night after a long layoff.
SCOOBA -- Kate Neely and the East Mississippi Community softball team are ready for a clean slate. The EMCC coach and the Lions will get just that Thursday when they will take on fifth-ranked Jones Junior College (36-7, 22-2 MACJC South Division) at 2 p.m. in the opening round of the MACJC state tournament. The eight-team, single-elimination tournament will run through Friday at Itawamba C.C. in Fulton.
Johnny Fisher has made a lot of decisions in his life.
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