Meet Mississippi State’s Class of 2020 Commitments – 247Sports

Meet Mississippi State's Class of 2020 Commitments  247Sports

Mississippi State is off to a solid start in the Class of 2020 and the Bulldogs are nearing the double-digit mark in commitments.

Good afternoon, Stark Vegas: Men’s basketball wins in the weirdest way

It was unbelievable how Mississippi State defeated Georgia.

Good afternoon, Stark Vegas! If you haven’t heard, men’s basketball defeated Georgia in the weirdest way. I’ve seen some wild endings, but this one is for sure near the top of the “weird endings to games” rankings

Men’s Basketball escapes Georgia 68-67

After a Georgia three-pointer tied things at 67, Quinndary Weatherspoon went down the court and was fouled with 0.5 seconds left. After missing the first free throw, a Georgia fan launched an object onto the court. A technical foul was called on Georgia, giving Weatherspoon an extra shot. He sank the next one and missed his final one, but UGA couldn’t get a full-court shot off, helping State win by one.

Weatherspoon had 31 points, a career-high for him, Reggie Perry added 12 and Tyson Carter had 11. Next up for the Bulldogs is South Carolina.

(Side note: My ESPN notifications were confusing. It’d say “Halftime: Bulldogs lead the Bulldogs 36-24. They can’t pick that up and put “MSU” or something?)

Softball defeats Alabama State

Two home runs from the Lady Bulldogs lifted them to a 3-1 win over Alabama State. Candace Denis had five strikeouts on the day.

Baseball escapes UAB

A three-run seventh inning helped Mississippi State escape an upset. Dustin Skelton and Jake Mangum had RBIs to complete the comeback and move No. 9 MSU to 4-0 on the season.

Women’s basketball has a big one tonight against Ole Miss. Tune in to the SEC Network at 7 p.m. to watch. Have a good day and Hail State!

Tennessee basketball: How Kentucky, Duke and LSU developments affected Vols season Wednesday – FanSided

Tennessee basketball: How Kentucky, Duke and LSU developments affected Vols season Wednesday  FanSided

Tennessee basketball's season was affected by three key developments Wednesday. Here's how the Blue Devils, Tigers and Wildcats all affected the ...

Tennessee-Georgia football game moving to November, per UGA President – Rocky Top Talk

Tennessee-Georgia football game moving to November, per UGA President  Rocky Top Talk

Tennessee's traditional SEC schedule will get a new look in 2020. The Vols will see their date with the Georgia Bulldogs pushed back to November, according to ...

No. 6 Mississippi State at Ole Miss Women’s Basketball Preview

The Bulldogs have returned to dominant form, as they take their talents to Oxford for a showdown with the arch-rival Rebels.

Broadcast Information

The game is at 7:00 PM and can be watched on the SEC Network.

Records and Rankings

Mississippi State:

  • Record: 23-2 overall, 11-1 SEC
  • Rankings: 6 AP/ 6 Coaches

Ole Miss:

  • Record: 9-17 overall, 3-9 SEC
  • Rankings: None

What to Watch For

Teaira McCowan taking over

While McCowan has still been a walking double double, it has been a minute since she has posted monstrous numbers. Given that this is a rivalry game, look for McCowan to take over from the opening tip and impose her will early. McCowan can put up 20 and 20 in her sleep, as this matchup is the perfect opportunity.

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The 6’7” senior center knows what time it is, as she has become one of the team’s primary faces. She is a force down low, as her averages of 17.2 points and 13.7 rebounds speak for themselves. Look for McCowan to perhaps have her best game of the year.

Jazzmun Holmes as a spark plug

Though Holmes may not be a pure scorer, she can do it all. That said, she is usually, like McCowan at her best in rivalry games or in primetime. In this case, Holmes should take advantage of a rivalry on the road. Furthermore, she should fill the stat line in hopes of making a statement in Oxford.

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Holmes, also a senior has been around long enough to know the priority. She is averaging 7.8 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 5.2 assists along with five blocks and 48 steals on the year. Holmes makes her teammates better and galvanizes them when in need of a spark. Expect big things from Holmes who should also have herself a game.

Look for McCowan and Holmes to lead Mississippi State to 24-2 and further put the nation on notice that the loss to Mizzou was nothing but an aberration.


Mississippi State rolls 91-72

First call: Raiders player ramps up Antonio Brown recruiting effort – Tarentum Valley News Dispatch

First call: Raiders player ramps up Antonio Brown recruiting effort  Tarentum Valley News Dispatch

In “First Call” Thursday, details on Josh Harrison's new deal in Detroit. The Penguins won't have to deal with a Flyers pest on Saturday. And the Raiders' ...

Bulldogs Escape Athens With 68-67 Win

MSU improves to 19-7.

ATHENS, Ga. — It came down to the wire, but the Mississippi State men’s basketball team escaped Athens with a 68-67 win over the Georgia Bulldogs Wednesday evening at Stegeman Coliseum.

MSU improves to 19-7 (7-6 SEC), while Georgia falls to 10-16 (1-12 SEC)/

Georgia jumped out to an early 5-1 lead, but a three pointer by Tyson Carter and a jumper by Reggie Perry helped MSU take a 6-5 lead.

No team could pull away as the score was 18-17 in favor of MSU with 6:50 to go in the first stanza. Georgia then went on a 7-0 run to take a 24-20 lead with 3:57 to go.

State then responded by scoring 13 straight points that was all part of 16-1 run to close out the half. MSU headed to the locker rooms leading 36-25.

MSU shot 51.6% from the field in the first half compared to Georgia’s 29 percent.

MSU started the second half with six unanswered points to increase the halftime lead to 42-25.

State held a double-digit lead up until the the 11:07 mark when Georgia’s Rayshaun Hammonds knocked down a three to make it 56-49.

Georgia then cut the lead to just two points at 62-60 with 3:18 remaining. MSU lead 67-64 after Quinndary Weatherspoon knocked down two pressure free throws. Georgia responded by tying things up at 67-67 with just 10 seconds remaining. Q closed out the game with a technical foul as MSU escaped with a 68-67 Southeastern Conference win.

Weatherspoon finished with a career-high 31 points in the win. He also added four rebounds, a steal and a block to his night. Perry and Carter joined him with double-digit nights with Perry scoring 12 points and Carter scoring 11.

Perry added four rebounds and Carter added three rebounds and four assists.

Abdul Ado also chipped in with seven points and tied with a team-high seven rebounds.

The Bulldogs will now return to Starkville to host South Carolina at Humphrey Coliseum on Saturday. Tip-off is set for 5 p.m. CT and will be televised by SEC Network.

Diamond Dawgs Score Three Runs in the Seventh to Down UAB 3-2

MSU improves to 4-0.

STARKVILLE, Miss. — No. 15 Mississippi State scored three runs in the seventh inning to down the UAB Blazers 3-2 Wednesday evening at Dudy Noble Field.

MSU improves to 4-0 on the year, while the Blazers are handed their first loss of the year and move to 3-1.

The game remained scoreless until the top of the fifth when UAB’s Colton Schultz singled to score J Paul Fullerton and Tyler Tolbert. Fullerton and Tolbert both scored after reaching on a single.

MSU was held hitless until sophomore Justin Foscue singled to left to break up the no-hitter. He then advanced to third after a wild pitch and ground out. Foscue scored after junior Dustin Skelton hit a single of his own to make it 2-1.

Junior Gunner Halter then reached first on an error, while Foscue moved up to second. Both runners moved up a base on a Blazer wild pitch before senior leader Jake Mangum brought them home on his two-RBI single to right field to give the Diamond Dawgs a 3-2 lead.

Senior right-hander Peyton Plumlee got the start on the mound for MSU and pitched 4.2 innings in the contest. He allowed two runs—both earned—on seven hits. He struck out three batters and walked none.

Freshman Brandon Smith then pitched a perfect 1.1 innings, striking out three batters and allowing no hits.

Junior right-hander Riley Self (1-0) earned the win after pitching a hitless eighth inning. Cole Gordon pitched the final two innings and earned first save of the season. He allowed just one hit while striking out four batters and walking one.

UABs starter, righty Graham Ashcraft, pitched 5.2 innings, allowing no runs and no hits. He struck out seven batters and walked two. Riley Davis (1-1) is charged with the loss after allowing three runs, one earned, on three hits.

The Diamond Dawgs will now host Southern Miss this weekend for a three-game series. First pitch is slated for 4 p.m. CT at Dudy Noble Field.

Tom Crean, rips officials for controversial technical at end of Georgia-Mississippi State game – Saturday Down South

Tom Crean, rips officials for controversial technical at end of Georgia-Mississippi State game  Saturday Down South

The Georgia Bulldogs lost a hard-fought home game to the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Wednesday night, falling 68-67 in controversial fashion. At the heart of ...

These 100-Year-Old College Football Meccas House Generations of Memories – Fanbuzz

These 100-Year-Old College Football Meccas House Generations of Memories  Fanbuzz

A college football stadium doesn't just host football games on a few weekends every fall. Each one tells a unique story and creates memories of fame, fortune, ...

Bulldogs vs Bulldogs Preview

Mississippi State is back to .500 in the SEC and on a 2-game winning streak and look to keep the momentum by traveling to Georgia

The Mississippi State Bulldogs (18-7, 6-6) are now .500 in the SEC and back in the race for a top-4 finish in the conference. MSU went 2-0 last week and played tremendous basketball against Alabama and on the road against Arkansas. Nick Weatherspoon has been suspended indefinitely for “violation of team rules.” Tyson Carter stepped into Nick’s role and Carter showed out by finishing with 18 points and, surprisingly, going 0/5 from 3. The Bulldog defense has been suffocating recently and ever since the victory in Oxford two weeks ago, this team has looked different. With the SEC and NCAA Tournaments closing in, this team is getting hot at the right time and nobody will want to be on the other side of the court when March comes around.

MSU now turns their sights to the Georgia Bulldogs (10-15, 1-11). UGA is introducing a new head coach, Tom Crean. Crean was previously at Indiana where he had a 166-135 record, NCAA Tournament appearances 4 of the past 6 years, and 2 regular season titles. Crean has had a tough time adjusting to the SEC as they've only won 1 conference game so far (Vanderbilt). Georgia has lost 11 of their last 13 games and haven't scored more than 80 points since their last victory in the Big 12/SEC Challenge (Texas).

Georgia’s best player is Sophomore Nicolas Claxton and leads the Bulldogs in points, assists, rebounds, steals, and blocks. Claxton is one of the few bright spots on this team and Quinndary Weatherspoon will be the one tasked with slowing him down. Speaking of Q Weatherspoon, he has scored at least 20 points in 5 of his last 7 games and is coming off a game where he tied his season-high 6 steals. In those 7 games, Q is shooting 20/38 (52.6%) from 3 and 57.5% from the field. Q has taken the leadership position on this team and we are all behind him to lead our team through March and maybe even into April.

This Bulldog team is playing its best basketball so far this season and it’s at the perfect time. Coach Ben Howland has been utilizing his weapons off the bench and Abdul Ado has really stepped up the past few weeks and has become an anchor on defense. The combination of Ado and Reggie Perry in the paint is frightening for opponents driving into the lane. Robert Woodard has been fantastic on defense. Woodard is able to shut down opponents that are bigger than him, his athleticism makes up for it and he is a lock-down defender.

All of this defense has turned into fireworks on offense. In the past 4 games, the Bulldog defense is forcing 16 turnovers per game; this looks like the Howland defenses that he had at UCLA and Pitt.

MSU will travel to Athens and then come back to prepare for a rematch against South Carolina at The Hump Saturday night. If the Bulldogs leave Athens with a win, it will be the first time this season that Mississippi State is above .500 in the SEC. MSU can get far above .500 in the next few games and have a lot of momentum going into their games at Auburn and at Tennessee. Play like the Bulldogs have been playing, and no one on their schedule will be able to slow them down. Go Dawgs and Hail State!

Mississippi State superfan Stingray suing Barstool Sports – 247Sports

Mississippi State superfan Stingray suing Barstool Sports  247Sports

There's a line you don't cross on the internet and Barstool Sports routinely straddles the fence between acceptability and defamation. Former Mississippi State ...

Alabama Hires 7 New Coaches to Reboot Another Genius Staff – Fanbuzz

Alabama Hires 7 New Coaches to Reboot Another Genius Staff  Fanbuzz

The Crimson Tide turnover coaches faster than pancakes at a Waffle House, but this new group of coaches for the 2019 season is genius.

Alabama Hires 7 New Coaches to Reboot Another Genius Staff – Fanbuzz

Alabama Hires 7 New Coaches to Reboot Another Genius Staff  Fanbuzz

The Crimson Tide turnover coaches faster than pancakes at a Waffle House, but this new group of coaches for the 2019 season is genius.

2020 4-Star WR E. Jai Mason Announces Decommitment – The Spun

2020 4-Star WR E. Jai Mason Announces Decommitment  The Spun

One of the top wide receiver recruits in the 2020 class has announced his decommitment. Four-star wide receiver E. Jai Mason is back on the open market.

Maroon and White Audible: Mississippi State Basketball can’t afford a loss against Georgia – Maroon and White Nation

Maroon and White Audible: Mississippi State Basketball can’t afford a loss against Georgia  Maroon and White Nation

The Mississippi State basketball team put their season back on track with a win against Arkansas and can't afford a loss to a bad Georgia team.

The Boneyard: Dudy Noble Opens, Bulldog Basketball Wins – 247Sports

The Boneyard: Dudy Noble Opens, Bulldog Basketball Wins  247Sports

Mississippi State fans had a lot to cheer about this weekend as the Bulldogs opened the newly constructed Polk-Dement Stadium at Dudy Noble Field. On the ...

Mississippi State ranked No. 6 in latest AP poll

The Lady Bulldogs drop one spot in latest Associated Press poll

The Mississippi State women’s basketball team sits at No. 6 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 rankings that were released Monday afternoon.

Last week, the Lady Bulldogs were No. 5.

After a shocking 75-67 loss to a non-ranked conference opponent in Missouri at home, Mississippi State (23-2, 11-1) bounced back with huge 92-64 road win against Texas A&M to earn its 54th week of being in the top ten of the AP Top 25.

In this week’s rankings, three other Southeastern Athletic Conference (SEC) teams sit in the top 25. They include South Carolina at No. 13, Kentucky at No. 16 and Texas A&M at No. 21.

With the Lady Bulldogs losing last week, Mississippi State and South Carolina (19-6, 11-1) are tied for the top spot in the conference.

Mississippi State returns to action on Thursday as the Lady Bulldogs travel to Oxford, Mississippi to face their in-state rival Ole Miss. Currently, the Lady Rebels (9-16, 3-8) are coming off a 65-60 win over Vanderbilt.

Ole Miss features a guard in Crystal Allen who averages 17.5 points per game (third best scorer in the SEC). In the Lady Rebels win over Vanderbilt, Allen posted 23 points off 7-of-18 shooting from the floor. Meanwhile, guard Mimi Reid ranks fourth in assists in the conference, averaging 4.8 per game.

After a road trip to Oxford, Mississippi State returns home for a game against Vanderbilt (6-19, 1-11), a team that is at the bottom of the conference standings.

Nemo’s Report Card – 247Sports

Nemo’s Report Card  247Sports

This is my 247Sports report card grading Mississippi State's baseball performance this weekend. The rules: no individuals will be mentioned, just like football.

Sideline View by Dale McKee – WTOK

Sideline View by Dale McKee  WTOK

Dale McKee has his Weekly Take on the Local & Regional Sports Scene.

Howard, No. 5 Mississippi State blaze by No. 22 Texas A&M 92-64

The Bulldogs took out their frustration, and did it in style against the Aggies.

Following a devastating home loss to Missouri, Mississippi State was out to make amends, and emphatically did so in College Station. Led by four starters scoring in double figures, the Bulldogs made sure that the nation knew the real Mississippi State. Anriel Howard, Teaira McCowan, Jordan Danberry, and Andra Espinoza-Hunter combined for 71 of the Bulldogs’ 92 points. But this was Howard’s stage, as her return went as planned.

Howard posted a double double with 19 points and 13 rebounds. She made sure to take advantage of the spotlight. Howard’s leadership combined with her knowledge of the game shined, as Mississippi State fed off her high energy.

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She has been consistent all season long. Consistency is key and Howard knows it. Going forward, expect her to continue to be one of the main focal points of the offense and a force defensively.

As she is averaging 15.5 points and 7.9 rebounds per game, Howard may just average a double double sooner rather than later, given head coach Vic Schaefer’s heavy reliance on her in big moments. Comparable to former superstar Bulldog Victoria Vivians, Howard is a versatile weapon who can be counted on at any point. A primary face of the team, look for Howard to continue putting up double digits.

Teaira McCowan showed up but the numbers were not nearly what she is capable of. Having said that, 12 points and 10 boards is pretty good for most in the game, ultimately speaking to McCowan’s greatness. Though she has taken a bit of a dip, McCowan still showed up when it counted.

Jordan Danberry quickly returned to form, filling the stat line with 16 points, two rebounds, four assists, and four steals. Like Howard, Danberry is versatile and can change a game on either side of the floor. However, Danberry did have four fouls. She usually stays out of foul trouble, as that should not be a problem next Thursday in Oxford.

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But the surprise of the game, and season for that matter has been the emergence of Andra Espinoza-Hunter. The UCONN transfer led the team with 24 points. She also went 7-11 from beyond the arc. Though the sophomore guard is averaging eight points on the year, her numbers have and should continue to increase steadily.

Hunter can shoot the lights out when on point and is finding her way as a starter. A three point sniper, Hunter will be a key reason for Mississippi State’s run. If she can continue this scoring streak, the Bulldogs could be deadly along the perimeter.

All in all, this game was a reminder and statement to the country. The Bulldogs seem to be back on track and know what’s ahead.

Mississippi State travels to Oxford next Thursday to take on arch rival Ole Miss at 7:00 PM.

No. 5 Mississippi State at No. 22 Texas A&M Women’s Basketball Preview

Coming off a heartbreaking loss to Mizzou, the Bulldogs look to get back on track in College Station.

Broadcast Information

The game is at 1:00 PM and can be watched on the SEC Network.

Records and Rankings

Mississippi State:

  • Record: 22-2 overall, 10-1 SEC
  • Rankings: 5 AP/ 5 Coaches

Texas A&M:

  • Record: 19-5 overall, 8-3 SEC
  • Rankings: 22 AP/ 23 Coaches

What to Watch For

Anriel Howard’s return to College Station

Having played for Texas A&M, Howard will most definitely look to light it up on both ends of the floor in Aggieland. Howard is a spark plug who can score at will. Expect an offensive clinic, one that should include a double double along with some highlight plays. Though it resulted in a loss, she did post 21 against Mizzou. Howard is averaging 15.8 points and 7.9 rebounds per game.

While we know what she can do offensively, Howard is a significantly underrated defender. With 13 blocks and 30 steals on the season, she is not afraid to take charges and protect the paint. Look for Howard to have a few tone setting plays on defense.

Teaira McCowan on the boards

Coming off a 12 point 13 rebound performance, McCowan should increase those numbers, as she is sure to take out her frustration on the Aggies. That said, a 20 point 20 rebound outing is not a stretch. McCowan is the game’s best big and must prove that she can bounce back. With three personal fouls against Mizzou, McCowan must stay out of foul trouble in College Station.

She has steadily improved at the line as well. Having gone 4-6 against the Tigers, McCowan should continue to have her way when fouled. Expect a standout game from McCowan and look for her to reestablish that lethal one two punch with Howard.


Mississippi State wins 79-66

Diamond Dawgs Sweep Youngstown State to Open 2019 Season

The Bulldogs open the 2019 season under new head coach Chris Lemonis.

STARKVILLE, Miss. — The Mississippi State baseball team opened up the 2019 season this weekend with a three-game sweep against the Youngstown State Penguins at the new Dudy Noble Field.

The Diamond Dawgs played one game Friday and a double-header Saturday to begin the 2019 season under first-year head coach Chris Lemonis.

FRIDAY’S GAME: The Diamond Dawgs began the season slow, but some late game offense pushed MSU past Youngstown 14-3.

Starting pitcher Ethan Small struck out the first five batters he saw as both teams failed to score a run through three frames.

Youngstown State scored two runs in the top of the fourth and another in the top of the sixth to take a 3-0 lead.

The Diamond Dawgs then scored 14 runs between the sixth and eighth innings in the season-opening 14-3 victory.

Small pitched a career-best 11 strikeouts without allowing a walk. He allowed two runs on four hits.

Peyton Plumlee pitched the sixth and seventh inning and allowed one run on one hit. He struck out two batters and walked one.

Cole Gordon (1-0) then pitched a perfect eighth inning and earned the win. Colby White pitched a one-hit ninth inning where he struck out three batters.

The eighth inning featured 11 runs on nine hits, including a three-run home run by Elijah MacNamee. Gunner Halter and Rowdey Jordan also chipped in with two-RBI hits.


The Diamond Dawgs scored 14 unanswered points in a 14-2 win in the first game of a double-header on Saturday.

State scored three runs in the first inning, four in the second, three in the third and fourth and one in the fifth.

Youngstown State opened the scoring with a two-out, two-run home run, but it was all MSU the rest of the way.

Tanner Allen knocked in six runs in the game, including a three-run home run in the bottom of the second inning. Jake Mangum also fueled the Dawgs with two RBI and three runs on three-for-four hitting.

MacNamee plated three runs in the contest as well.

Pitching wise, JT Ginn (1-0) earned the win in five innings of work. He allowed just the two first-inning runs. He struck out seven, walked one and allowed just two hits.

Jack Eagan struck out four batters and walked one in two inning in relief. Eric Cerantola and Spencer Price pitched the final two innings.


The Diamond Dawgs completed the season-opening sweep with an 8-0 win over the Penguins in the Saturday double-header.

Justin Foscue’s first home run of the season gave the Diamond Dawgs a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second. MacNamee them hit a fielder’s choice RBI in the third to give State a 2-0 lead before a Foscue double scored him to push the lead to 3-0.

MSU then scored three runs in the fourth on a three-RBI double from Allen to make it a 6-0 ballgame.

Hayden Jones hit a solo homer in the fifth to make it 7-0 before an eighth-inning triple Jordan Westburg rounded out the scoring.

Keegan James (1-0) made his first start since April 13, 2016 and threw five scoreless innings. He allowed four hits, walked two and struck out six to earn the win.

Four relief pitchers then pitched an inning apiece to keep the shutout intact.

The Diamond Dawgs will now face the UAB Blazers (3-0) on Wednesday. First pitch is slated for 4 p.m. CT.

Strong Second Half Launches Mississippi State Past Arkansas

Bulldogs improve to 18-7.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — After trailing 38-32 at the break, a second half surge fueled Mississippi State to a 77-67 win over Arkansas Saturday night at Bud Walton Arena.

With the win the Bulldogs improve to 18-7 (6-6 SEC), while Arkansas falls to 14-11 (5-7 SEC).

Arkansas jumped out to a 5-0 lead to start the game, but MSU quickly stormed back to tie things up at 6-6. Both teams traded baskets early on with the Razorbacks holding the lead until the 11:02 mark when the Bulldogs tied it up again at 14-14.

Neither team saw a lead more than four points until the final minute when a Razorbacks three pointer made it 36-30 with 52 seconds remaining in the first stanza. Quinndary Weatherspoon knocked down a pair of free throws before a razorback jumper made it 38-32 going into the half.

Arkansas scored the first two points of the second half on two free throws, but the Bulldogs then went on a 23-1 run to take a 14-point lead with 12:01 left in the game.

However, the Razorbacks refused to go away coming back within nine points with a score of 66-57 with 3:16 remaining.

Weatherspoon then knocked down a three to up the lead back to 12. The Bulldogs never looked back and went on to win the Southeastern Conference showdown 77-67.

Weatherspoon finished with a team-high 22 points two rebounds and three assists. He also tied a career-high with six steals.

Tyson Carter chipped in with 18 points, three rebounds and four assists. Reggie Perry turned in a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds while Robert Woodard II also scored in double figures with 10 points to go with four rebounds.

The Bulldogs outscored the Razorbacks 45-29 in the second half and held a 36-22 edge in paint points in the game. The Bulldog defense also limited Arkansas to just 28.57% shooting in the second half.

State will now travels to Athens, Ga, to face the Georgia Bulldogs on Wednesday at Stegeman Coliseum. Tip-off is set for 5:30 p.m. CT by SEC Network.

Today’s Dogs Score a Good Old Days Saturday Sweep at DNF – 247Sports

Today's Dogs Score a Good Old Days Saturday Sweep at DNF  247Sports

If Saturday was scheduled to celebrate old Diamond Dog glories, re-scheduling succeeded far better with a double-header sweep…just like those good old days ...

Today’s Dogs Score a Good Old Days Saturday Sweep at DNF – 247Sports

Today's Dogs Score a Good Old Days Saturday Sweep at DNF  247Sports

If Saturday was scheduled to celebrate old Diamond Dog glories, re-scheduling succeeded far better with a double-header sweep…just like those good old days ...

OPEN THREAD: Mississippi State @ Arkansas

Discuss tonight’s SEC basketball matchup between the Bulldogs and Razorbacks in our open thread

The Mississippi State Bulldogs are headed to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks in an SEC basketball matchup.

The game will be played in Fayetteville, Arkansas at Bud Walton Arena.

Tonight’s SEC matchup will tip-off at 7:30 pm CT.

Discuss tonight’s game between the Bulldogs and Razorbacks in our comment section below.

Mississippi State starter suspended indefinitely for violating team rules – Saturday Down South

Mississippi State starter suspended indefinitely for violating team rules  Saturday Down South

The Mississippi State Bulldogs face a huge game on Saturday night in Fayetteville, where they'll take on the Arkansas Razorbacks. Now, that task just got harder ...

Alabama Football: New year, new staff for Nick Saban – Saturday Blitz

Alabama Football: New year, new staff for Nick Saban  Saturday Blitz

After a disappointing finish to the Alabama Football season, Nick Saban's staff has once again gone through a massive overhaul.

How to Watch: Arkansas vs Mississippi State – 247Sports

How to Watch: Arkansas vs Mississippi State  247Sports

Arkansas is in the midst of a two game losing skid in conference play, but the Razorbacks have a chance to get back on track against the Mississippi State ...

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