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((ht: All that worry for nothing. At least that's what we guess is being said today in Starkville, Mississippi. Mississippi State found out today from the NCAA what their punishment would be for a recruiting violation. That violation stemmed from a booster being involved with the recruitment of defensive back Will Redmond. That and an assistant coach, Angelo Mirando, who apparently lied to the NCAA when asked about it. That leaves the Bulldogs with 2-years probation, the forfeiture of a couple of scholarships and some restrictions on recruiting trip. The penalties don't really damage Miss. State much other than maybe reputation. They can still recruit, they can still go to a bowl game and have pretty much all their scholarship players. One note--The case was resolved in a mere 7-weeks, which many consider a record for NCAA enforcement. Will we see this happen more often? On that, the jury is still out.

Mississippi State placed on probation, loses scholarships

The NCAA has accepted Mississippi State's self-imposed sanctions and will avoid any further penalties stemming from violations during the recruitment of Will Redmond. The Bulldogs will be placed on probation for two years, lose two scholarships and official visits for recruits, the NCAA announced via a press release Friday. but the school avoided any postseason ban. Coach Dan...

Tweet of the Day: NCAA accepts Mississippi State Bulldogs sanctions

The Mississippi State Bulldogs have worked out a deal with the NCAA regarding recruiting violations that allegedly took place with cornerback Will Redmond. Please click here to read/watch this feature The post Tweet of the Day: NCAA accepts Mississippi State Bulldogs sanctions appeared first on Players View.

Mississippi State Beats Virginia in Game 1 of Super Regional

Mississippi State pounded Virginia pitching for 20 heads as the Bulldogs beat the Cavaliers 11-6. The two teams meet again Sunday at 6 p.m. A win would send Mississippi State to its first College World Series since 2007.Mississippi State  score 2 runs in the first inning and Virginia answered with three runs of their own in the bottom of the inning.  After a scoreless second Mississippi...

Hanging Out with Crystal Ball Run: Mississippi state sanctions, NCAA lawsuits, Sun Belt preview ...

Today's Google+ hangout should be a jam-packed one. With news breaking regarding NCAA sanctions to Mississippi State and this week's news that the NCAA had a lawsuit filed against them thrown out to go along with our on-going, week-long Sun Belt preview content we should have a lot to discuss this afternoon. We go live at 3 p.m. Eastern, and you can watch right here (archived...

NCAA to reveal Mississippi St. ruling

The NCAA is expected to announce its decision regarding an infractions case against Mississippi State's football program on Friday morning. Mississippi State revealed last fall that it was working with the NCAA because of ''potential recruiting irregularities.'' MSU receivers coach Angelo Mirando surprisingly resigned on Aug. 19 and the school announced the investigation...

The Fallout: Mississippi State, Johnny Manziel, Katherine Webb, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.  In the doghouse. Mississippi State gets two years probation for recruiting violations. (ESPN) What'll he do for an encore? Zac Ellis looks at what's left for Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel to prove in the 2013 college football season. ( Driving while Georgia. Georgia defensive lineman John...

NCAA puts Mississippi St. on probation

The NCAA has put Mississippi State's football program on probation for two years and cut two scholarships for the upcoming year for infractions that included recruiting violations. Former assistant coach Angelo Mirando, who resigned on Aug. 19 just days before the school announced the NCAA's investigation, was cited for unethical conduct and given a one year show-cause penalty...

Mississippi St. gets 20 hits, beats Virginia, 11-6

Adam Frazier went 6 for 6, Hunter Renfroe was 4 for 5 and they each drove in three runs Saturday to help Mississippi State beat Virginia 11-6 in the first game of the Charlottesville super regional. The Bulldogs (47-18) pounded Virginia pitching for 20 hits and benefited from uncharachteristic sloppiness by the Cavaliers, who made four errors that led to six unearned runs. Virginia...

Mississippi State Derails Virginia in Game 1

Charlottesville, Va.-- Virginia baseball enters survival mode on Sunday after falling 11-6 to Mississippi State in game one of the NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional. The Bulldogs are just one win away from Omaha. Full reaction from the loss below.

Mississippi State put on probation, has scholarships reduced thanks to good old "cash and ...

Let the chorus of SEC haters come out with their "I told you so's" today as the NCAA announced penalties to SEC member Mississippi State for a host of infractions related to a now ex-assistant coach, a booster, and a recruit.They are on probation and have had two scholarships taken away for the next two seasons. It's a situation that's almost straight out of...

Super Regional Series Preview: Mississippi State @ Virginia

Date/Time: Sat-Mon, 6/8-6/10/13; 1:00, 7:00, 4:00 (last game if necessary) TV: Sat, Mon ESPN2, Sun ESPNUVA Record against the Bulldogs: 0-0 Last meeting: Never Last game: UVA 11, Elon 3 (6/2); MSU 6, UCA 1 (6/3) Last weekend: UVA 3-0 over Army and Elon; MSU 3-1 over UCA and USA National rankings: Baseball America: UVA #6, MSU #14 Collegiate Baseball: UVA #6, MSU #12 NCBWA...

2014 Forward Demetrius Houston Talks MSU

2014 forward Demetrius Houston of Carver (AL) High School, who camped at Mississippi State recently, talks about Mississippi State.

Fitzgerald Collects SEC Offer

The summer camps have been a big part of the Mississippi State evaluation process. Perhaps no position has been more scrutinized by the staff than quarterback. The Bulldogs saw one of their 2013 signees opt for pro baseball yesterday. Today Dan Mullen and his staff took some steps towards filling that roster spot.

Coaches Talk Ahead of Super Regional Clash

Charlottesville, Va.-- Virginia Head Coach Brian O’Connor and Mississippi State Head Coach John Cohen meet the press before the opening game of the NCAA Super Regional.

2014 Forward Talks MSU

2014 forward Marcanvis Hymon of Whitehaven (TN) High School, who recently camped at Mississippi State with his team, talks about Mississippi State.
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