By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – With the start of SEC play a month away, it was a good November for Ole Miss women’s basketball. Knocking down shots was a problem each time out when the Rebels were 10-20 overall, 2-14 in conference play last year. Better execution on offense was a primary objective […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – On Nov. 22, it was announced that Mississippi State sophomore guard Quinndary Weatherspoon would be lost for the season with a wrist injury. However after more medical opinions, Weatherspoon returned to the court on Thursday and scored a game-high 21 points in the Bulldogs’ 74-57 win over Oregon […]

A day after being named to the Naismith Trophy watch list, Mississippi State’s Victoria Vivians has landed on the Wade Trophy watch list as well. The Wade Trophy is given annually to the top NCAA Division I basketball player and is the second time Vivians has been on the watch list in her career. The […]


Each week the Daily Journal will preview the weekly games of Mississippi State’s football commitments. The Bulldogs currently have 23 verbal commitments and their 2017 class is rated 23rd nationally by 2017 Commitments Lee Autry Position: Defensive tackle Height/ Weight: 6-3, 310 School/ Hometown: Itawamba (Miss.) Community College/ Albermarle, N.C. This week: Season complete […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – The Ole Miss women’s basketball team won only 10 of 30 games last year. Today they rebounded from their only loss with an 89-41 over Jackson State. The game was played before a crowd of 8,088 – many of them screaming school kids – at The Pavilion in […]

Mississippi State’s Blair Schaefer has been nominated for the AllState WBCA/NABC Good Works Team, which recognizes leadership and community service. The junior guard has twice been named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and serves on the SEC Basketball Student-Athlete Leadership Council and a SAAC representative for women’s basketball. Schaefer has volunteered her time at […]

Daily Journal Mississippi State freshman safety John Michael Hankerson was arrested on charges of simple assault and trespassing on Wednesday. A team spokesman confirmed Hankerson’s arrest on Thursday morning. The incident involved a fellow MSU student, and a warrant was issued for Hankerson’s arrest. Hankerson turned himself in at the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Office at […]

By John L. Pitts Daily Journal Under normal circumstances, we’d know the lineups for most of college football’s bowl games by Monday. But thanks to Navy, there’s nothing normal about this bowl season. Because there’s a chance that Navy could make the Cotton Bowl if it wins its final two games, finalizing much of the […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Mississippi State began the season with four quarterbacks battling to be the starter during fall camp. The Bulldogs could be down to only Nick Fitzgerald remaining by the time spring rolls around. Elijah Staley transferred to Tyler (Texas) Junior College in August, Damian Williams posted on Instagram prior […]