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NBA Draft Blog:
As we head towards the 2012 NBA Draft, it is time to give some looks at players who are not locks to be drafted, but may have the skills and intangibles which could translate to a NBA career. The Case For….takes a look at these players and tries to give a brief outline of what skills they have, what they are missing, and what steps would eventually lead them to the to the NBA. This edition looks at one of college basketball’s biggest enigmas – Mississippi State big man, Renardo Sidney. With remarkable raw ability for his size, very few players over the last few years had the word “potential” attached to them as much as Sidney. Yet, in a brief college career, the amount of times that Sidney seemed to be making strides was greatly outnumbered by the times he seemed to regress or flat out give up. The talent is there though, and you have to wonder if there is some team that thinks they can be the one who finally gets him on track? Let’s look at The Case For…Renardo Sidney:
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STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi State got a strong start from ace Chris Stratton and a two-run rally in the fourth inning to post a 3 -1 series-opening win over No. 2 Kentucky, on Thursday night in front of 6,146 at Dudy Noble Field.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State junior catcher Mitch Slauter talks about the Bulldogs 3-1 Thursday night win over No. 2 ranked Kentucky.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State junior righthanded pitcher Chris Stratton talks one-on-one with Gene's Page about the Bulldogs 3-1 Thursday night win over No. 2 ranked Kentucky.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State redshirt freshman lefthand pitcher Ross Mitchell talks one-on-one with Gene's Page about the Bulldogs 3-1 Thursday night win over No. 2 ranked Kentucky.
A shot in Wes Rea’s right arm might just have been the, well, the shot in the arm Mississippi State needed. Because with shoulder pain eased, the big Bulldog injected some much-needed offensive life sending State to a 3-1 victory over Kentucky.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State redshirt freshman first baseman talks about the Bulldogs 3-1 Thursday night win over No. 2 ranked Kentucky.
Mississippi State and 2nd ranked Kentucky tangle in a three-game Southeastern Conference series this weekend at MSU.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State baseball players Jonathan Holder, Luis Pollorena, Mitch Slauter and Daryl Norris talk about the Bulldogs 4-3 Friday night win over Kentucky.
Mississippi State head track coach Steve Dudley talks one-on-one with Gene's Page.