Posted March 12, 2013 on
FSNextTV: Mississippi State men's players Gavin Ware and Colin Borchert talk to the media, March 12, 2013.
BEST OF MAXIM
Mississippi State found Bridgestone Arena to its liking. The Bulldogs continued their strong play of late Wednesday night as MSU knocked off South Carolina 70-59 in an opening-round game of the Southeastern Conference Tournament played in the Music City.
The youth movement forced on Mississippi State this season came at a cost. But here at the end of the campaign there are some rewards showing, too, with a pair of Bulldogs named to the Southeastern Conference’s All-Freshman squad.
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FSNextTV: Mississippi State men's head basketball coach Rick Ray talks to the media, March 12, 2013.
PEARL -- Pre-game story lines focused on how happy Mississippi State pitchers are working in spacious Trustmark Park. But Hunter Renfroe is becoming quite fond of the Class AA facility himself, after out-slugging Southern Mississippi by himself in a 13-5 victory.
2016 RB Robert Washington (SouthLake Christian Academy), a Mississippi State commit, talks about his recruitment. With ex-MSU recruiter Tim Brewster having taken a new job at Florida State, what's the status of Washington's pledge to the Bulldogs?
Shelton State (AL) Community College small forward Travis Daniels, a Mississippi State signee, recently helped his team win the Alabama Community College Conference state championship.
This isn’t the way Rick Ray would prefer to enter his first SEC Tournament. It is an opportunity for all the Bulldogs to extend their season just a little longer. Have a little fun, even. “We can play with anybody,” forward Colin Borchert said. “We just need to show it.”