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No, really. He’s telling the truth. “I want to practice,” Craig Sword insists. “But they told me to keep getting treatment so I can play.” Given the way Sword is playing these days everyone at Mississippi State definitely prefers having him on the Humphrey Coliseum court to the practice floor.
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FSNextTV: Mississippi State freshman basketball player Craig Sword talks to the media about his team's upcoming game against Alabama.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State junior basketball player Jalen Steele talks to the media about his team's upcoming game against Alabama.
ATHENS, Ga. - Jalen Steele bagged a career high 21 points and Mississippi State won its first true road game of the season Saturday afternoon.
Behind a dynamic 3-point shooting night from Steele, MSU pulled away in the second half to post a 72-61 Southeastern Conference victory over Georgia at Stegeman Coliseum.
Jalen Steele scored a career-high 21 points, Craig Sword added 14 and Mississippi State won its third straight game with a 72-61 victory over Georgia on Saturday.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope finished with 16 points for Georgia, but the fourth-leading scorer in the Southeastern Conference went 0 for 6 from the field in the second half.
Steele's consecutive 3-pointers gave Mississippi...
Wenonah two sport star De'Runnya Wilson is days away from making his college decision. With a final two of Auburn and Mississippi State, Wilson took the first of two planned official visits when he visited the Bulldogs of Mississippi State this weekend. Wilson reports his time on the Starkville campus was a very positive experience.