‘Always the biggest’ – Egg Bowl week arrives

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal The Egg Bowl may have lost some of its luster on a national level as the season progressed. But that...

By Brandon Speck Daily Journal There is beating a team twice. Then there is beating West Point twice. Then, again, there is beating West Point twice, at West Point. But in a familiar rivalry that West Point owned until last season, there won’t be any surprises. Or will there? It’s all to-be-determined when the two […]

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CLASS 2A East Webster (11-2) at Hollandale Simmons (11-1) THE PLAYERS East Webster: QB Jack Wilson has passed for 1,205 yards, rushed for 1,074 and accounted for 25 TDs. … RB Deangelo Williams has rushed for 632 yards, 8 TDs. … LB Luke Wilson leads team with 91 tackles. … LB John Wofford Williams is […]

By Brandon Speck Daily Journal The Skuna River Rivalry will produce a North finalist this time. Bruce plays at Calhoun City at 7 p.m. today in an MHSAA Class 2A state quarterfinals sequel to this season’s earlier 65th meeting in the series. After what happened in the 65th game – Calhoun City won 56-15 Oct. […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Arkansas has long been known as a running team, and that’s OK with Brandon Allen. A little element of surprise works just fine for the Razorbacks’ quarterback. He sees a little late-season tweaking of the passing game as something that could give Arkansas an edge. Most often this […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal Teams have tried many different ways over the years to prepare themselves to play inside Davis Wade Stadium and its raucous atmosphere created by thousands of clanging cowbells. SEC newcomer Derek Mason, in his first season at the helm of Vanderbilt, might have come up with one of the most […]

By Brandon Speck Daily Journal New Albany football coach Ron Price resigned on Thursday. Price leaves with an overall 44-40 record with the Bulldogs, where he has coached in some capacity since 2002, including middle school head coach, defensive backs coach and ninth grade coach. He was named varsity head coach in 2008. “We will […]

By David Wheeler Special to the Journal SHANNON – It was as competitive a matchup as a Hill Country basketball fan could want between the Aberdeen Bulldogs and the Shannon Red Raiders into the third quarter on Thursday night. Then, boom. Aberdeen dropped a 16-0 bomb on Shannon, using that run to post a 63-48 […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Ole Miss got hands in the passing lanes and smothered Southern University with defense. Jarvis Summers let his teammates handle the scoring. Plenty of them did, and the Rebels won easily, 69-38 before a crowd of 5,199 at Tad Smith Coliseum on Thursday night. The game was the […]

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By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Mississippi State saw its season end last year on 3-pointer at the buzzer in the quarterfinals of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. But the Bulldogs were able to bounce back in a big way Thursday night by upsetting No. 17 West Virginia 74-61 to advance to the Preseason […]