STARKVILLE -- In August, the day before classes started at Mississippi State, Jordan Danberry got a call from women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer.
The Lions have recent results -- and a 36-game winning streak at Sullivan-Windham Field -- on their side heading into Thursday's top-10 matchup.
EMCC received the Halbrook Award by graduating all 55 second-year student-athletes.
The Hawks tied it in the 86th minute and went ahead for good just over two minutes later.
With a much needed bye week upon it, MSU is taking the time to get healthy.
STARKVILLE -- Joe Moorhead isn't going anywhere -- at least not yet.
Saturday's game against Auburn was another data point exhibiting MSU's startling propensity for penalties both in losses and on the road.
EMCC (4-1) was fifth for the past two weeks but jumped Butler (Kansas) and Northwest Mississippi, which both lost last week.
STARKVILLE -- Welcome back to another edition of Portnoy's Playbook.
With Tommy Stevens leaving his third game in four outings due to injury combined with Shrader's recent success, the MSU quarterback room is decidedly unsettled.
The Tigers' offense ran circles around Mississippi State in Saturday's 56-23 Bulldog loss.
Jack Abraham passed for 351 yards and three touchdowns, and Southern Mississippi rolled to a 31-13 victory over UTEP in a Conference USA opener on Saturday.
Smith had 11 catches for school records of 274 yards and five TDs in the Crimson Tide's rout.
Carolin Gaeher scored in the 29th minute and Nanako Omae scored in the 31st for the host Eagles.
MSU fell two spots from its fourth-place standing after yesterday's action with a 4-over par round Saturday and has a total score of 11-over.
Tori Weir and Haley McMurphey each recorded 10 kills to lead the Owls in a 25-16, 25-20, 25-23 victory.
The host Wildcats (8-4, 1-0 SEC) beat the Bulldogs 25-17, 25-11, 21-25, 25-23 to take the match.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State women's basketball has its first commitment in the class of 2020.
STARKVILLE -- As Mississippi State freshman quarterback Garrett Shrader strolled to the podium in the media room at the Leo Seal Jr. football complex last week, the familiar tune of Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight" whispered off his bearded lips.
STARKVILLE -- As the persistent banging of drums reverberated throughout the stands at the Mississippi State Soccer Field Thursday, senior forward MaKayla Waldner began her run.