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The Southeasern Conference fined four schools an overall amount of $60,000 for failing to adhere to league policies during the football season, the conference announced Friday. Mississippi State and Ole Miss received $25,000 fines each, because they were repeat offenders. The Mississippi State Bulldogs were fined for using their traditional cowbells to make noise during […]
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The Mississippi State Bulldogs have reportedly been fined $25,000 by the SEC for fans not "ringing responsibly" when it comes to cowbells.
Loganville (GA) High School class of 2016 lefthanded pitcher Mitchell Miller talks about his commitment to Mississippi State.
There are two things folks in Starkville very much enjoy: watching college football and rattling cowbells.Well, the Southeastern Conference has decided to proverbially rain on their parade by smacking the school with a $25,000 fine for using cowbells during games. The conference claims the Bulldogs faithful violated the league's artificial noisemaker policy for a second time...
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State topped the 100-point mark for the second time this season with a 109-57 win over Southeastern Louisiana in a women’s basketball game played Friday night at Humphrey Coliseum.
Mississippi State baseball received news Friday morning that they were ranked No. 2 in the Collegiate Baseball pre-season poll.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State men's basketball head coach Rick Ray talks about his team's 66-53 win over Florida Gulf Coast University.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State redshirt freshman linebacker Richie Brown talks with the media after Thursday's practice.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State junior linebacker Matthew Wells talks with the media after Thursday's practice.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State men's basketball players Fred Thomas, I.J. Ready and Craig Sword talk about their team's 66-53 win over Florida Gulf Coast University.
Jordan Harris jumped on the Mississippi State bandwagon this summer. The three star offensive tackle has remained True Maroon since making his pledge. With signing day just about six weeks away, a couple of other programs have taken another swing at the talented big man, but Harris reports that he only plans to take one official visit and that is to Starkville, Mississippi.
Sure, the leading story line is a record fourth-consecutive bowl appearance; and the handful of Bulldogs who will complete entire careers having gone bowling four times. Yet Denico Autry belongs in a special club too, since the former junior college star is going to end both his Mississippi State seasons in the post-season.
Orlando, Florida linebacker Jonathan Pollock committed to Mississippi State back in June. The Dr. Phillips High School sophomore standout has seen his list of suitors grow during his 2013 campaign, but the well spoken Pollock reports that even though he took some game day visits to other schools this year, he remains True Maroon.