Daily Journal, wire reports Fulton’s Ally McDonald tied for second on Sunday at the Symetra Tour’s Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic in Rochester, N.Y. McDonald shot a tournament record 64 on Sunday to finish one stroke behind winner Clariss Guce, who avoided a playoff with a birdie on 18 in a round of 67. It’s […]

Daily Journal Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen will be one of six SEC coaches seen and heard live on various ESPN platforms today as they visit the network studios in Connecticut. But LSU head coach Les Miles with remain in Baton Rouge after the killing of three police offers there early Sunday. Miles released a statement […]

By John Zenor Associated Press Quarterback questions once again linger around the Southeastern Conference heading into preseason camps. For a league that seems to mass produce NFLcaliber talent, the QB position lately seems to be the one exception to that trend. From Tuscaloosa to Athens, the quarterback competition appears as heated as ever. “It’s getting […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal HOOVER, Ala. – Before a Northeast Mississippi man was shot and killed by a Tupelo police officer, before a streak of incidents in other cities and states sparked outrage and demonstrations, and before officers were slain in Dallas, area college football coaches had long been proactive with law enforcement. Having […]

STARKVILLE I wasn’t exactly shocked when the SEC media predictions were released on Thursday and had Mississippi State finishing dead last in the SEC West. In all my years of covering the Bulldogs, they have been picked at the bottom more often than not but have rarely finished that way. In fact, the last time […]

HOOVER, Ala. Whether you are entertained or not shouldn’t matter, but former Florida and South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier was extremely entertaining at SEC Media Days and was a refreshing change to the bland evasiveness of many coaches. Spurrier said what so many others would not and got away with it largely because he was […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal Former Mississippi State wide receiver Chris Smith was shot and killed Friday night in his hometown of Meridian. According to WTOK, Meridian police responded to a call that someone had been shot at Frank Berry Courts Friday around 10:45 p.m. Meridian Police Chief Benny Duboseconfirmed that the shooting victim was […]

Mississippi State lost another player to professional baseball on Friday as catcher Jack Kruger signed with the Los Angeles Angels. Kruger signed a $395,000 contract on deadline day after the Angels selected him with the 606th overall pick in the 20th round. The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder from Calabasas, California had until Friday to agree to terms […]

Daily Journal Chad Kelly has been named first-team preseason All-SEC quarterback. The Ole Miss senior is one of five Rebels players highlighted on the media’s team announced this morning. Three Mississippi State players were also honored. Kelly is the only first-team Mississippian. He earned 321 points on 331 ballots cast, second to LSU running back […]