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Forty-three Bulldogs earn spring degrees

Templeton Athletic Academic Center

STARKVILLE – Forty-three Mississippi State student-athletes received their undergraduate degrees following 2016 spring commencement exercises on the MSU campus. Thirty-three Bulldogs earned a perfect 4.0 GPA this semester to receive “Top Dawg” honors. Five of those graduated with a 4.0

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Sword competing in College Slam Dunk Championship

Craig Sword will represent Mississippi State in the College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships Thursday at 8 p.m. on ESPN from Cypress, Texas. Sword will compete in the slam dunk contest against East Tennessee State’s Duece Bello, University of Mary’s Devan

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Georgia preview

Mississippi State closed out the regular season by winning four of its final six games. Now the 11th-seeded Bulldogs will test their fortunes in the postseason by taking on No. 6 seed Georgia in the SEC Tournament at approximately 8:30

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Auburn preview

I.J. Ready is averaging 16 points in three career games against Auburn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Six Mississippi State seniors will take the floor for the final time at Humphrey Coliseum today. The Bulldogs will bid farewell to Travis Daniels, Reggie Patterson, Craig Sword, Fred Thomas, Gavin Ware and Johnny Zuppardo prior taking on Auburn at

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Howland saying goodbye to six seniors

Mississippi State will bid farewell to six seniors on Saturday. Head coach Ben Howland expressed his feelings for how much those seniors mean to him during his first year with the Bulldogs and also shared a preview for the Auburn

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Sword reflects on his career at MSU

Craig Sword was Mississippi State’s leading scorer for three seasons. Now a senior, Sword speaks about his career with the Bulldogs as he enters the final week of the regular season. On this senior class… “We came in with a

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Howland expects a challenge at Ole Miss

Mississippi State coach Ben Howland picked up his first conference win against Ole Miss, winning 83-77 in Starkville on Jan. 23. The Bulldogs now have to make the return trip to Oxford to face the Rebels on Wednesday. Howland spoke

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Postgame interviews: South Carolina

Mississippi State never trailed during its 68-58 win over South Carolina on Saturday. The Bulldogs have now won three of their last four heading into the final week of the regular season. After the game, head coaches Ben Howland and

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MSU drops heartbreaker at Texas A&M

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. – Danuel House hit a pair of free throws with 2.1 seconds left in regulation time as No. 21 Texas A&M dealt Mississippi State another heart-breaking loss in Southeastern Conference men’s basketball action. MSU rallied from a

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Video: Quinndary Weatherspoon, Craig Sword

Mississippi State guards Quinndary Weatherspoon and Craig Sword preview the Bulldogs’ midweek match-up against Texas A&M. Weatherspoon talks about winning SEC Freshman of the Week while Sword speaks about closing out his college career on a winning note. Quinndary Weatherspoon,

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Howland hopes to keep winning streak going

Mississippi State men’s basketball coach Ben Howland met with the media for his weekly press conference. Howland discussed his team’s recent two wins, their upcoming game against Texas A&M, Quinndary Weatherspoon winning SEC Co-Freshman of the Week and the health

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