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Back in the saddle again

I’m back in the Magnolia State after spending the past week in Tucson, Ariz., with my daughter for a much needed vacation. I think it’s gonna take a few days to adjust back to this time zone, especially after getting

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Steele transferring to Middle Tennessee

Former Mississippi State shooting guard Jalen Steele will play his final collegiate season at Middle Tennessee State. In September it was announced that the Knoxville, Tenn., would not be playing for the Bulldogs this season, which would have been his

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Lewis dismissed from MSU basketball team

STARKVILLE – Mississippi State senior center Wendell Lewis has been dismissed from the men’s basketball team for “conduct detrimental to the team” by coach Rick Ray. The 6-foot-9, 258-pounder was granted a fifth-year of eligibility after fracturing his right patella

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Steele responds via Twitter

STARKVILLE – Mississippi State released a statement Tuesday afternoon that shooting guard Jalen Steele would not play his senior season for the Bulldogs. The release stated that Steele “has decided not to play his senior season and will instead focus

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Steele will not play senior season

Mississippi State guard Jalen Steele will not play his senior season for the Bulldogs, according to a release by the athletic department. Steele has appeared in 78 games and drew 33 starts during his career. He averaged 8.0 points, 2.0

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Q&A: Assistant Wes Flanigan Reflects on First Season, Looks Forward to Future

We’re smack in the middle of spring football, and you’ve got the NCAA tournament going on. And while you were focused on that, MSU’s basketball team began spring drills on Monday. The Bulldogs, who were 10-22 (4-14 SEC) in Rick Ray‘s

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SEC Teleconference: Hollender Talks Sword, SEC Tournament

MSU coach Rick Ray was not able to take part in today’s SEC coaches teleconference, but assistant Chris Hollender was a more than capable pinch hitter. We had a good chat with Hollender, who talked about freshman Craig Sword and the upcoming

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Steele Done for Season with Torn ACL, Meniscus

Jalen Steele is done for the season after suffering a torn ACL and meniscus in his right knee, an MSU spokesman said today. Steele, a 6-foot-3 junior guard, suffered the injury with just over five minutes remaining in Wednesday’s 79-72

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SEC Teleconference: Ray Says MSU Will Have to Find ‘Another Way’ to Beat Gamecocks

MSU basketball coach Rick Ray spoke for a solid seven minutes on the SEC coaches teleconference this morning. His Bulldogs (8-20, 3-13 SEC) are coming off a big win over rival Ole Miss on Saturday and now face a road test

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FINAL: MSU 73, Ole Miss 67

[youtube][/youtube] Recapping MSU’s 73-67 win over Ole Miss at Humphrey Coliseum on Saturday. ––––– • The buzz: You can call this one the biggest win of the young Rick Ray era, as the Bulldogs (8-20, 3-13 SEC) snapped a 13-game losing streak and

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On the Links: Perfect Bulldogs; Ware’s Game; Mullen on Recruiting; Slay’s Speed

Good morning, people. I have a handful of links for you this morning, so grab a cup of joe and enjoy. • MSU’s baseball team handled Rhode Island last night, 13-2, and is now 10-0 on the season. With Ole

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