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Mullen talks bye week

Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen joined the rest of the league coaches on the SEC Teleconference on Wednesday. Here is a transcript of Mullen’s time on the call: Opening comment: Mullen: “It’s great to go into the open date coming off a win.

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Nationwide search ongoing for new athletic director

  A nationwide search is underway at Mississippi State for its next director of athletics. Scott Stricklin was unanimously voted in to replace Jeremy Foley in the same position at the University of Florida and was formally announced as the

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Report: Stricklin finalizing Florida deal

Florida is expected to formally announce Scott Stricklin as its athletic director at a press conference Tuesday according to a report from the USA Today. The report stated that Stricklin was in Gainesville finalizing the deal on Monday. Stricklin is

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MSU AD Stricklin is a top choice for Florida

Mississippi State director of athletics Scott Stricklin has been identified as one of the leading candidates to succeed Florida’s Jeremy Foley in the same position. Foley announced his retirement over the summer effective on Oct. 1. Stricklin, an MSU alum

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State schedules series with Ragin’ Cajuns

Mississippi State will meet Louisiana-Lafayette in a “home and dome” series scheduled for 2018 and 2019. The Ragin’ Cajuns will visit Starkville on Nov. 3, 2018 then MSU will open its 2019 football season against ULL on Aug. 31 in

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Henderson reunites with Cohen at MSU

Former Kentucky head coach Gary Henderson reunited with John Cohen at Mississippi State to serve as the Bulldogs’ new pitching coach. Henderson met with the media for the first time to discuss his first three days of practice with his

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Largest video board in college baseball coming to MSU

Mississippi State boasts the 13 biggest on-campus crowds in college baseball history. Soon Dudy Noble Field will be the home of the largest video board in college baseball as well. A 2,592 square feet board (43.2 feet tall, 60 feet

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MSU Media Day: Billy Gonzales

Mississippi State co-offensive coordinator Billy Gonzales speaks of the team's four-way quarterback race this season to reporters during their NCAA college football media day, Monday, Aug. 1, 2016, in Starkville, Miss. The team is looking for a replacement of Dak Prescott who was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys this spring after playing out his eligibility. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Opening Statement “First and foremost I’d like to thank coach Dan Mullen and Scott Stricklin for letting me enter my fourth season here. It has been fantastic. I also want to thank the city of Starkville for an incredible atmosphere.

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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 247Sports.com)

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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