Posted October 03, 2013 on
FSNextTV: Mississippi State junior college transfer righthanded pitcher Ben Hudspeth talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.
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The Mississippi State Bulldogs are hungry for an upset this weekend, as No.10 LSU is rolling in to Starkville. To get hyped up for the game, MSU has decided to look to Hollywood for a little inspiration. Here is the hype video that Mississippi State released for the matchup — it includes an altered edition of the speech from the end of the movie Pacific Rim:
Here’s the original...
TSD continues its preview of the Mississippi State Bulldogs with a look at how their defense will try to keep LSU in check. State will actually bring in one of the SEC's best defenses into this matchup, but the Bulldogs hasn't yet seen a prolific passing attack like the Tigers'.
With LSU expected to face another two-quarterback system Saturday against Mississippi State, TSD's Hunter Paniagua breaks down the Bulldogs on the offensive side of the ball. Check out this scouting report for the projected starters and a full analysis of how State will try to attack a struggling LSU defense.
Mississippi State senior Wendell Lewis has been dismissed from the program for ''conduct detrimental to the team.''
Second-year coach Rick Ray said Thursday in a university statement that he was ''saddened by the actions we had to take because we brought Wendell back to give him an opportunity to complete his senior year on the court healthy and earn his...
FSNextTV: Mississippi State freshman righthanded pitcher Avery Geyer talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.
This Mississippi State hype video for Saturday’s huge showdown against the LSU Tigers features an epic speech from Pacific Rim.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State junior college transfer lefthanded pitcher Lucas Laster talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.
Sean Rawlings picked up an offer from Mississippi State and less than two weeks later committed to the Bulldogs. After spending some time meeting with those who had his best interest at heart, the talented big man made the call to Coach Dan Mullen earlier this evening.
The Game: Mississippi State (2-2, 0-1 SEC) resumes the season by hosting #10-ranked Louisiana State (4-1, 1-1). Kickoff at Scott Field is 6:06 for ESPN broadcast. The pregame broadcast begins at 3:00 locally with the full network joining at 4:00.
After a first-month of nothing but spread-type offenses, Mississippi State finally has to measure its muscle against an opponent that brings pure power to the field. Or at least that is the popular story line. Back in the Bulldog secondary they see another sort of story while scouting Louisiana State.
Here are pictures from Wednesday afternoon (October 2nd) of work being done on Mississippi State's Dudy Noble Field infield.