STARKVILLE -- Pushing No. 6 Alabama to the brink, Mississippi State turned to its two seniors on senior night in the most crucial moments, hoping for a storybook ending.
STARKVILLE -- In consecutive years, Mississippi State coach Ben Howland has likened facing Frank Martin's South Carolina teams to undergoing a root canal.
Mississippi State is having a schedule adjustment, albeit a minor one.
NEW HOPE -- Missed free throws and turnovers resulted in the New Hope girls basketball team's season coming to an end Monday night.
The Bulldogs avenged an embarrassing 18-point loss to the Rebels on Jan. 19 in Starkville.
If his recent stretch of strong play is any indication, Fountain figures to be a key factor for the Bulldogs going forward.
The winter storm continues to throw a wrench in Mississippi State's schedule.
Due to poor weather conditions, Mississippi State men's basketball's road contest with Auburn, originally scheduled for 8 p.m. Tuesday, has been postponed due to inclement weather. The new tipoff time will be 4 p.m. Thursday, the Southeastern Conference announced.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State hit a new low Saturday.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State turned in one of its better offensive efforts of the year Wednesday.
STARKVILLE -- The Southeastern Conference's deadliest trio of scorers is coming to Starkville.
The Heritage Academy baseball team won its season opener Monday, knocking off Jackson Academy 5-3.
An otherwise grueling four-game Southeastern Conference road slate ended on a positive note for Mississippi State Saturday.
Believe it or not, Mississippi State actually led Arkansas 18-5 at one point Tuesday.
STARKVILLE -- Iowa State could have been 0-20 for all Ben Howland cared.
Four Bulldogs reached double figures as MSU handed the Cyclones their second-worst margin of defeat against a nonconference opponent ever.
For fans of offense, Tuesday's matchup between No. 18 Tennessee and Mississippi State was far from ideal. The lid on the basket refused to open, turnovers seemed more frequent than converted baskets and double-figure scorers were hard to come by.
STARKVILLE -- There's good news and bad news for Mississippi State men's basketball.
When West Point resident Steve Cannon first picked up a bow many years ago, he was aiming at bottle caps. It was almost love at first sight.
"One of my great friends and relatives introduced me to bow hunting," said Cannon, a 1993 West Point High School graduate. "Just teaching me my anchor point, shooting at a small bottle cap and making groupings around it."
The Bulldogs played a respectable game against the SEC-leading Crimson Tide but couldn't pick up the upset win.
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