Mississippi State associate head coach Butch Thompson talks one-on-one with Gene's Page about the MSU pitchers after the conclusion of fall scrimmages.
ScoutTV: Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen talks about his team being selected to play in the Liberty Bowl.
Mississippi State assistant coach Jake Wells talks one-on-one with Gene's Page about the MSU catchers after the conclusion of fall scrimmages.
Mississippi State is off and running when it comes to the 2015 recruiting class. The Bulldogs picked up their fourth verbal pledge for the 2015 signing class tonight as Oak Grove star Cameron Myers made his commitment. An excited Myers shared his first public comments about his decision exclusively with Scout.com.
The waiting was worth it, as Mississippi State heard the good word hoped for ever since walking off Scott Field with the Golden Egg. The Bulldogs will indeed be bowling in Memphis, and making program history in the process.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – After leading Mississippi State to its fourth-straight bowl game, a first in program history, senior left guard Gabe Jackson was named the 2013 C Spire Conerly Trophy winner, given annually to the student-athlete voted the most outstanding collegiate football player in the state of Mississippi. He is the first offensive lineman to ever receive the accolade.
Mississippi State left guard Gabe Jackson was named the winner of the Conerly Trophy on Tuesday night, becoming the first offensive lineman to earn the honor in its 18-year history.
The 6-foot-4, 340-pound Jackson beat out a field of five finalists, including Mississippi quarterback Bo Wallace, during the ceremony at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
The other three...
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Playing quarterback in the SEC can come with all of the perks in the world, but if you fumble right before reaching the end zone in overtime against your biggest rival, it can also come with unparalleled mockery. Bo Wallace, quarterback for Ole Miss, was on his way to tying the game Thursday night but lost the ball before he could cross the goal line. Mississippi State defensive...
Mississippi State saw its season-opening seven-game win streak snapped in the championship game of the Gulf Coast Showcase women’s basketball tournament. State was unable to overcome a slow start as the Bulldogs dropped a 62-48 decision to Middle Tennessee in the championship game of three-day, eight-team event.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs got the victory in their annual Egg Bowl game against Ole Miss, but at what cost.
According to Bleacher Report, Bully the mascot suffered a broken leg after a hit and run during the fourth quarter of Mississippi State’s 17-10 Egg Bowl win over Ole Miss.
state's mascot was just run over by the ESPN golf cart… pic.twitter.com/0NmjbzYHRT
This is one of the worst injuries a person — or furry creature — can get on a football field.
“Bully,” the mascot for the Mississippi State Bulldogs, was knocked out of commission Thursday night when a wayward ESPN TV cart drilled the costumed critter. The student in the mascot suit suffered a compound fracture in the accident and had to have surgery on the injury that night...
Rivalry games are always full of hard hits – just not normally including the mascots.
Yet, that was the case during Thursday’s Egg Bowl between Ole Miss and Mississippi State when the Bulldogs’ mascot, Bully the Bulldog, was hit by an ESPN TV golf cart and suffered a broken leg. According to USA Today, the female student suffered a compound fracture in her leg.
Way to go, ESPN…...
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen is a hot topic in the SEC this season. Mullen has led the Bulldogs to three consecutive bowl games, and with a...
Mississippi State Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen dominated a wing eating contest at Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday.
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They still ring those interminable cowbells and cheer when he runs out onto the field.If he were a politician, consultants would say that Dan Mullen, in his fifth year as the head coach at Mississippi State, hasn't lost the base. But they would also say that the swing voters, always more fickle and eager to judge, are growing soft on the Bulldogs and their leader, a man with...