Posted November 10, 2012 on
TROY, Ala. - A valiant comeback by Mississippi State fell short Friday night as the Bulldogs dropped a 56-53 decision to Troy in the season opener at the brand new Troy Arena.
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No. 9 LSU and No. 23 Mississippi State meet at a time when both are trying to move past missing out on the Southeastern Conference title.
Still, there is plenty at stake when they meet Saturday night in Tiger Stadium.
LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger says the Tigers have to realize the season is not over. He says getting to 10 wins and a major bowl still would represent a major...
It hardly mattered that LSU's normally overpowering running game amassed only half of its usual average against Mississippi State.
Suddenly sizzling LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger more than made up for it with a second straight performance approaching the 300-yard plateau in a 37-17 victory over the sinking Bulldogs on Saturday night.
The way Mettenberger has been throwing...
BATON ROUGE – An improved performance, yes. A victory against a ranked opponent? No. “Unfortunately they made more plays than we did,” quarterback Tyler Russell said, after #22 Mississippi State’s 37-17 loss to #9 Louisiana State.
Stopping No. 9 LSU becomes much more complicated now that the Tigers have shown they can throw the football.
Mississippi State (7-2, 3-2 Southeastern Conference) hopes to have it figured out when the Bulldogs play at LSU (7-2, 3-2) on Saturday.
LSU lost a 21-17 heartbreaker against No. 1 Alabama last weekend, but the Tigers revealed a much more balanced offense in the process....
The recruiting process continues to move at an escalated pace. Mississippi State picked up the earliest football commitment in program history today when North Carolina phenom running back Robert Washington Jr. committed to the Bulldogs.
TSD has all the latest to get you ready for LSU and Mississippi State tonight. Preview both teams, check out the keys to the game and see which high school prospects are on the visitors' list.
STARKVILLE, Miss. - Mississippi State officially begins the 2012-13 season and the Vic Schaefer era Friday night as the Bulldogs host Houston in a 7 p.m. tip at Humphrey Coliseum.
Mississippi State women's basketball team opened their season at the Hump with a 72-66 win over the Houston Cougars thanks to the offensive play of two sophomores, Martha Alwal and Kendra Grant.
The Game: #22 Mississippi State (7-2, 3-2 SEC) is on the road to meet #9 Louisiana State (7-2, 3-2). Kickoff at Tiger Stadium is 6:00 for ESPN telecast, with the Bulldog network pregame broadcast beginning at 4:00.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State junior basketball player Jalen Steele talks to the media about his team's upcoming game against Troy.
TSD's Austin Cooper previews this Saturday's LSU-Mississippi State game when the Tigers are on defense.
FSNextTV: Houston (MS) High School 2013 defensive end Chris Jones, a Mississippi State commitment, is showcased in these 2012 season highlights vs Louisville HS and Bruce HS.