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Newsome hopes to be dominant in middle

Posted 8/26/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Ashley Newsome doesn't like the spotlight. The Mississippi State senior wouldn't mind if she is just another piece to the puzzle as long as her team wins.

 

 

Kite hopes move to center forward adds scoring punch

Posted 8/26/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Danielle Kite has played just about everywhere in her Mississippi State career. As a senior, Kite will be the centerpiece in the Bulldogs' attack.

 

 

Clarion Ledger: Bulldogs close to ticket record (link)

Posted 8/24/2010 in College Sports

 

 

EMCC could use Patterson to build on success

Posted 8/24/2010 in College Sports

SCOOBA -- Time is ticking away for the East Mississippi Community College football team. In nine days, the No. 7 Lions will try to build off the most successful season in the school's history when they travel to Perkinston on Sept. 2 to take on No. 5 Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C.

 

 

Cockrell hopes hard work pays off this season

Posted 8/24/2010 in College Sports

SCOOBA -- Working hard wasn't enough for Johnny Cockrell. Entering his sophomore season with the East Mississippi Community College football team, Cockrell realized he needed to do something to move up the depth chart.

 

 

Mullen vague about details of scrimmage

Posted 8/21/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen is playing some details close to the vest. Following Friday's closed scrimmage at Davis Wade Stadium, Mullen was vague in his assessment of individual performances, scores and participation. So were the Mississippi State players. When asked Saturday about scoring plays or stats from the scrimmage, neither Tyler Russell nor Chris Relf could remember much other than "it went well."

 

 

MSU set for scrimmage after day of teaching

Posted 8/20/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- On the eve of Mississippi State's first fall scrimmage, head coach Dan Mullen spent Thursday putting the team through controlled situations in the Palmeiro Center. Mullen and his staff wanted to get a solid day of teaching in the books before scrimmaging tonight in a closed practice at Davis Wade Stadium. Mullen hopes to see his inexperienced players execute and perform with different casts around them.

 

 

YouTube: Dan Mullen speaking at The Drill 2010 (link)

Posted 8/19/2010 in College Sports

 

 

AL.com: SEC sets fine amounts for Mississippi State cowbell violations (link)

Posted 8/19/2010 in College Sports

 

 

Clarion Ledger: Once again, cowbell issue more complex than it appears on surface (link)

Posted 8/19/2010 in College Sports

 

 

MSU faces fines if football fans don't 'ring responsibly'

Posted 8/19/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State fans now know what the consequences will be if they don't "Ring Responsibly" this football season. On Wednesday in Orlando, Fla., Southeastern Conference athletic directors put the finishing touches on the fine structure for artificial noisemakers, which was the final element of the June cowbell compromise between MSU and the other league members.

 

 

Mott brings energy to Rebels

Posted 8/19/2010 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Matthew Mott always knew he wanted to be a head coach, especially a head coach in the Southeastern Conference. After seven years of working as an assistant women's soccer coach at Auburn University, Mott took a "risky" move, by his admission, to become an assistant coach at the University of Texas.

 

 

Bramble continues to build at Alabama

Posted 8/19/2010 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- It's all about an attitude this season for the University of Alabama women's soccer team. After seasons of nine and six wins in his first two years at the school, coach Todd Bramble hopes an infusion of 11 newcomers and the maturation of his underclasswomen helps his program make strides in the Southeastern Conference.

 

 

MSU optimistic about secondary

Posted 8/18/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- How does a defense maintain its big-play ability while limiting big plays? Mississippi State football coaches are banking on experience and constant attention to creating turnovers to help even out a unit that had its high and low moments a season ago. Bright spots last season included five scores from interceptions and freshmen Johnthan Banks and Corey Broomfield combining for 10 picks and four scores.

 

 

MSU gearing up for opener

Posted 8/17/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- With two-a-days in the books, the Mississippi State football team will continue to prepare for the start of classes and its season opener. And much like the rest of MSU's training camp, coach Dan Mullen was positive Monday in his assessment of the team's morning practice.

 

 

AL.com: Crimson Tide football tickets missing second 'p' for Mississippi State game (link)

Posted 8/16/2010 in College Sports

 

 

Conner leaves MSU

Posted 8/14/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State football fans will never know how good of a running back Montrell Conner could have been. At least in maroon and white. The redshirt freshman's sudden departure and transfer to Copiah-Lincoln Community College leaves a small, but fillable void in the backfield just three weeks from the Bulldogs' season opener.  Citing having a two-year-old son in his hometown of Monroe, La., and feeling unhappy at MSU, Conner leaves Robert Elliott, Vick Ballard, LaDarius Perkins, Nick Griffin and Adrian Marcus to split reps. 

 

 

Williams sets goal to change ICC's fortunes

Posted 8/14/2010 in College Sports

FULTON -- Jon Williams willingness to fire himself shows he has bought into a fresh start at Itawamba Community College. Williams' decision to relieve himself of his duties as offensive line coach was difficult, but the new ICC football coach realized when he replaced Jeff Terrill things needed to change. So the 15-year veteran coach gave up his love and has taken on the responsibilities as the team's new coach of the running backs.

 

 

Mullen: Conner dealing with personal issues

Posted 8/13/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Montrell Conner, despite an Internet rumor Thursday, is still a member of the Mississippi State football team, coach Dan Mullen confirmed Thursday.

 

 

MSU's kickers are competing neck-and-neck

Posted 8/12/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Possibly the most tightly-contested position on Mississippi State's football team this preseason is at kicker, where two seniors with a lot in common are trying to gain an edge for the No. 1 job. Derek DePasquale and Sean Brauchle are junior college transfers who each started six games last season and experienced success. Their similarities don't stop there. Both were perfect on extra points and were close in accuracy as DePasquale missed two field goals to Brauchle's three. Neither recorded a touchback, and their respective season-long field goals are separated by just a yard.

 

 

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