Posted October 28, 2012 on
Where Mississippi State could be ranked now is of purely conversational interest. The Bulldogs have no doubts where the team which spoiled their so-far perfect record should be listed. “They’re number-one for a reason,” said Johnthan Banks after a 38-7 whipping at Alabama. “I haven’t played a team like them since I’ve been in college.”
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Although the sportsbooks say otherwise, Mississippi State fans certainly believe they have a shot against the top team in the country, and #WeBelieve has made its way around the Internet plenty in the past few days. It has also made its way to…Nick Saban’s bronze chest. Not his actual chest—which may or may not match [...]
Mississippi State might “own” a little of the state of Alabama, as the Bulldogs were extolling before heading into Tuscaloosa Saturday night. But this wasn’t Troy or South Alabama or Auburn the Maroons were up against, and the claim jumping was over.
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Another week, another lopsided victory for the No. 1 Crimson Tide. Despite the hype leading up to this game, the No. 11 Bulldogs were simply no match for the nation's best team.
While most of the attention in the SEC will be focused on Georgia-Florida, Alabama-Mississippi State is a game that shouldn’t be overlooked this...
Despite its BCS ranking, No. 11 Mississippi State was no match for No. 1 Alabama. The Crimson Tide held the Bulldogs to a total of 256 yards and didn't allow the SEC's leading rusher--LaDarius Perkins--over 40 yards.
The Game: #13-ranked Mississippi State (7-0, 3-0 SEC) and #1 Alabama (7-0, 4-0) battle for the Western Division lead at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Kickoff is 7:40 for ESPN telecast.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State's Friday baseball scrimmage.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State's Saturday baseball scrimmage.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State's Sunday baseball scrimmage.