Posted February 12, 2013 on
The last pieces of Dan Mullen’s 2013 staff are fitting into places in time for everyone to get working together on the upcoming and crucial spring practice period. Though not officially confirmed, Mississippi State sources affirm the hiring of SEC veteran Billy Gonzales as receivers coach.
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Mississippi State officially confirmed Tuesday’s reports (see this page) the hiring of Billy Gonzales as wide receivers coach. This completes Coach Dan Mullen’s assistant staff for 2013.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State men's head basketball coach Rick Ray talks to the media, February 11, 2013, about class of 2013 center signee Fallou Ndoye.
Coach Dan Mullen and his staff were hot on the recruiting trail this year looking for offensive playmakers especially at the wide receiver position. With the departure of several notables including school record holder Chad Bumphis, the Bulldogs needed some pass catchers to come in to contribute this fall and beyond.
The outcome was never in question, merely the margin. Which unfortunately for Mississippi State proved to be the largest in a losing cause ever at Humphrey Coliseum.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State head women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer at the HailState Hoops Luncheon, February 12, 2013.
On Wednesday night in Starkville, the Missouri Tigers (18-6, 7-4) defeated the Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-16, 2-9) by the final score of 78-36.
Yes, Billy Gonzales has been to Starkville and Mississippi State. “I’ve driven through!” he said. “And obviously been here when we’ve participated in some football games.”
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State baseball's Wednesday's scrimmage.