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Being reported by multiple sites but not confirmed yet, but it appears that Mississippi State offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Les Koenning will be the next wide receivers coach for the Longhorns. Koenning’s hire would confirm that former WR coach Darrell Wyatt will not be returning.
Koenning played at Texas as a wide receiver from 1977-1980 and started his coaching career with the Longhorns in 1981. Prior to being at Mississippi State, he was the offensive coordinator at Texas A&M under head coach Dennis Franchione from 2003-2007.
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Earlier today, it was revealed through the power of sources that Les Koenning was leaving his job as Mississippi State's offensive coordinator for the position of wide receivers coach at Texas. Koenning had been with Dan Mullen at State since Mullen took over in Starkville five years ago.
Koenning's departure will not be terribly lamented by many State fan, but it does...
It didn’t take Dan Mullen long to fill a sudden staff vacancy. Not even a week in fact, as Mississippi State’s head coach has hired Rick Court away from Ohio State to take over as football strength and conditioning coach.
After claiming an important road win at Arkansas, Mississippi State prepares for an even bigger matchup on Thursday as No. 10 Tennessee visits Humphrey Coliseum for an 8 p.m. tip on CSS. Tickets for the contest are $5 for adults and free for youth high school age and under.
Mississippi State women's basketball team has seen the likes of LaToya Thomas and Tan White, two of the greatest high school female basketball players in the state of Mississippi, play for the program, but Scott Central (MS) Attendance Center Victoria Vivians, who is second in the nation with a 44.3 points per game average, has the chance to be even better than those two.
Mississippi State offensive co-ordinator Les Koenning - fresh from a bowl victory and a win in the Egg Bowl over Ole Miss - is leaving Starkville to be the new wide receivers coach at Texas, according to the Clarion-Ledger. The Clarion-Ledger noted: "Under Koenning’s guidance MSU’s offense set numerous school records, culminating in 13 this season. He also worked with the...
The only bad thing about playing Mississippi State Wednesday night is that it is the only time this year Alabama will have a pretty sure win. With the SEC schedule consisting of only 18 games for 14 teams and with there being no West and East divisions in basketball, this was the only meeting of the year between Alabama and Mississippi State.
Fairfield, Ala., Restoration Academy offensive lineman Deion Calhoun is a new addition to the University of Louisville target list in the Class of 2014. He's recently picked up an offer and will make a visit to campus.
Deion Calhoun committed to Mississippi State on Christmas Day. Since that time, Calhoun has continued to field offers from other college programs who are interested to see if they can pry him away from the Bulldogs. The latest option for the Alabama standout comes from a coach who spent a lot of time courting the talented lineman early on.
Mississippi State struggled out the gates and failed to recover, while dropping an 80-61 decision to Alabama in a Southeastern Conference men’s basketball game played Wednesday night at Coleman Coliseum.
Taylor Stallworth is a name of interest for fans of a pair of SEC programs. Stallworth, a long time commitment to South Carolina, is set to visit both the Gamecocks and the Bulldogs of Mississippi State in back to back weekends. Do the Bulldogs have what it takes to flip the three star defensive tackle from the Ol' Ball Coach?
Brandon Bryant had the social media sites jumping last night when he reported that his official visit to Mississippi State would be the only excursion he takes before signing day. The Rosa Fort Lion is slated to visit the Bulldogs this weekend. The three star safety reports that he no long has interest in visiting other programs even for a weekend.
Greenville-Weston linebacker Gerri Green will take an official visit to Mississippi State this weekend. Green has spent a lot of time in Starkville over the course of the past year, but this weekend will be much different. The longtime Bulldog pledge reports that one of the things he is most excited about is spending time with his friends and future teammates.
Will Coleman committed to Mississippi State during the 2013 football season. Since that time, Coleman has remained true to his Bulldog pledge. Earlier today, Coleman was surprised to learn that his area recruiter, offensive coordinator Les Koenning was leaving his post in Starkvile for a new job at the University of Texas.
The Lady Vols will try to get back on the right SEC track Thursday when they meet Mississippi State on the road. Dean Lockwood chatted with InsideTennessee about defense, technical fouls and the bus ride back from Vanderbilt. Go inside for the latest.