Posted March 05, 2013 on
FSNextTV: Mississippi State softball players Logan Foulks and Alison Owen and head coach Vann Stuedeman talk to the media March 5, 2013.
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Mississippi State’s 2013 football schedule has been tweaked, in cooperation with the Southeastern Conference and television, to bring Thursday night football back to Scott Field. Coach Dan Mullen’s Bulldogs will host inter-Division partner Kentucky on October 24, with a 6:30 kickoff.
After a trip to Starkville, junior receiver Nate Brown discusses his thoughts on Mississippi State.
Fresh off a victory over in-state rival Ole Miss, the Mississippi State men's basketball team could not duplicate that magic Wednesday night. The Bulldogs shot 51.1 percent from the floor but an inability to string together stops early in the second half loomed large, as MSU dropped a 79-72 decision to South Carolina in a Southeastern Conference contest played at Colonial Life Arena.
Kentucky's football game against Mississippi State this fall has been moved to a Thursday night kickoff for national television. Read more about it in this KyScout update.
It’s unlikely Vann Stuedeman has ever heard of the former football who made success each day his slogan. Yet Mississippi State’s softball coach certainly invokes the same theme this week to keep her Bulldogs focused on the present. “Destination disease will kill you,” she said. “You make goals and a plan, it lets win today.”
FSNextTV: Mississippi State senior basketball player Baxter Price talks to the media March 5, 2013.
‘Tis the season for Junior Days, unofficial visits and new offers as the recruiting cycle shifts from 2013 to 2014, and Mississippi State had its big event over the weekend. The state of Alabama had several of its prospects in town for Junior Day, and the Bulldogs impressed in the process.
Omar Truitt comes by his football talent honestly. The son of former Mississippi State wide receiver, Orlando Truitt, Omar knows a thing or two about the game of football. With a pair of offers under his belt, the younger Truitt believes some good things may be on the horizon.