By Logan Lowery Daily Journal Former Mississippi State men’s basketball coach Rick Ray was not out of a job long. Three weeks after being fired by the Bulldogs, Ray was hired by Southeast Missouri State on Monday afternoon. Ray went 37-60 during his three seasons at MSU, including a 13-41 mark inside Southeastern Conference play. […]


STARKVILLE – Tonight’s baseball game between Mississippi State and Northwestern State has been canceled due to weather. The teams were scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. MSU is looking for a time to reschedule the game. If it is rescheduled, fans who had a ticket to today’s game may use their ticket on the make-up […]

Looking Back: The Diamond Dogs lost their third straight midweek game falling at Memphis 7-1 on Tuesday. MSU traveled to No. 2 Texas A&M over the weekend and lost its fourth SEC series of the season. The Aggies won 3-1 on Friday and 13-5 on Sunday while the Bulldogs claimed a 3-2 win on Saturday. […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Former Mississippi State and Aberdeen standout Jamerson Love was arrested Thursday evening on a charge of simple domestic violence. The Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call at 79 Inverness Road and discovered Love with his head inside the window of Destini Jones‘ vehicle. Marks were found […]

School reports COLLEGE STATION, Texas – A day after beating the nation’s second-ranked team, the Mississippi State baseball team came back to earth on Sunday. The Bulldogs surrendered a pair of grand slams as they fell 13-5 to Texas A&M, losing the deciding game of the SEC weekend series at Blue Bell Park. The host […]

School reports Mississippi’s SEC teams made some big noise in the world of college baseball on Saturday, knocking off the nation’s two top-ranked teams on the road. Hours after winning a 16-inning marathon, Ole Miss defeated No. 1 Vanderbilt 5-4 to win its weekend series in Nashville. In the process, the Rebels got back to […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Mississippi State’s offense controlled its initial spring scrimmage on April 3, leaving coach Dan Mullen challenging his defense to have a better showing the second time around inside Davis Wade Stadium. The results were exactly what Mullen had hoped for. The Bulldogs defense accounted for 14 tackles for […]

By Steve Megargee Associated Press KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Southeastern Conference schools want to make sure they have more than just a couple of men’s basketball programs capable of making long NCAA Tournament runs each season. And they’re paying big money to try to do it. Over the past month, Mississippi State and Tennessee both hired […]


School reports COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Senior left-hander Lucas Laster pitched a gem but came up short Friday night as Mississippi State lost 3-1 to No. 2 Texas A&M to open a weekend SEC series at Blue Bell Park. Texas A&M (32-2, 10-2) and MSU (21-15, 5-8) go at it again today at 1:05 p.m. […]