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Simmons, eight others enroll for June term

Jeffrey Simmons was among the nine signees to enroll at Mississippi State on Thursday. (Photo Courtesy of

Mississippi State announced that nine football players from the 2016 signing class have enrolled as classes started for the June term on Thursday. Among those beginning both their academic and football careers as Bulldogs is Noxubee County defensive end Jeffery

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MSU releases NCAA APR numbers

Templeton Athletic Academic Center

Each of Mississippi State’s 16 varsity sports have excelled in the NCAA’s annual report of Academic Progress Rates (APR), the association announced Wednesday afternoon. In the multiyear rate based on 2012-15, men’s golf paced Mississippi State with a 994, followed

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Stricklin updates plans for Dudy Noble Field

Construction on Dudy Noble Field could begin as early as June 2017.

Mississippi State could break ground on its new baseball stadium by the end of next season. In August 2014, Bulldogs’ director of athletics Scott Stricklin announced a $40 million renovation to Dudy Noble Field which was approved by the IHL

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Georgia preview

Cole Gordon is hitting .308 as a redshirt freshman and had the game-winning hit against Vanderbilt last Friday. (Kelly Price/ Mississippi State)

Georgia (14-9) at No. 15 Mississippi State (15-6-1) When: Thursday 6:30 p.m. (SEC Network +), Friday 6:30 p.m. (SEC Network +), Saturday 2 p.m. (SEC Network +) Radio: MSU Radio Network Series: Georgia leads 45-43 overall, MSU leads 21-18 in

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Stricklin named Athletic Director of the Year

Mississippi State’s Scott Stricklin was selected as the Under Armor Athletics Director of the Year Award from the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. Stricklin is the first MSU AD to receive the honor and one of only five

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Memphis-MSU renew future football series

Mississippi State has agreed to meet Memphis on the gridiron once again. MSU director of athletics Scott Stricklin made the announcement Thursday of a home-and-home series against Memphis during the 2021-22 seasons. The Bulldogs will travel to Memphis on Sept.

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Schaefer hosts on campus media day

Mississippi State women’s basketball coach Vic Schaefer hosted its annual on-campus media day Tuesday afternoon inside Humphrey Coliseum. Opening Statement… “I appreciate everybody being here today. Obviously, it’s an exciting time. It’s an unprecedented time here at Mississippi State and

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MSU rings in a Guinness world record

A Guinness Book of World Records was set with 5,748 cowbells ringing at Davis Wade  Stadium on Thursday. (Mississippi State)

Surprisingly, Mississippi State did not hold the Guinness Book of World Records benchmark for simultaneous cowbell ringing. At least not until Thursday night. A total of 5,748 clanging cowbells were officially recorded at the annual Cowbell Yell pep rally held

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MSU announces three-game contract with UMass

Dan Mullen has guided Mississippi State to six straight bowl games. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

  Mississippi State made it official Monday announcing an agreement for a two-for-one contract with Massachusetts in football. The Bulldogs will play the Minutemen on Sept. 24, 2016 at Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots. UMass will follow

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Report: Bulldogs travel to UMass in 2016

Mississippi State will visit Massachusetts for the 2016 football season according to a report by the Daily Hampshire Gazette, which cited sources within the Minutemen athletic department. The game is scheduled for Sept. 24, 2016 in Gillette Stadium, home of

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MSU sports excel in APR scores

Templeton Athletic Academic Center

All 16 of Mississippi State’s varsity sports excelled in the NCAA’s annual report of Academic Progress Rates (APR), the association announced on Wednesday. For the second straight year, the nationally-ranked women’s golf team led the way with a 992 score.

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