By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – John Cohen has been pleased with the level of competition Mississippi State has faced in the early stages of the season. The No. 22 Diamond Dogs are one of only three Division I teams off to a 9-0 start. But things will go to another tier this weekend […]

By David Wheeler Special to the Journal Baseball coaches keep up with the weather about as well as anyone. “This time of year, you want to know what the weather is, call a baseball coach,” said Northeast head baseball coach Kent Farris. Weather has certainly affected the early portion of the 2015 baseball season for […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal Dan Mullen was handsomely rewarded for his part in one of the most memorable seasons in Mississippi State football history. Director of athletics Scott Stricklin announced Thursday evening that Mullen had signed a contract extension through 2018, which contained a substantial raise. Mullen, who made around $3 million in 2014, […]

By John Davis Oxford Citizen After nine seasons leading the Ole Miss men’s basketball team, Andy Kennedy still has trouble understanding why he ends up being the one person with the most fire on the bench. That was one of the questions Kennedy was looking to have answered 10 minutes after his Rebels lost 76-72 […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – At 6-foot-11, 215-pounds, Fallou Ndoye already had the size to play in the SEC when he signed with Mississippi State in the fall of 2012. However, the strides that Ndoye has made in his overall game the past two years have made the Senegal native a valuable asset […]

By John Davis Oxford Citizen OXFORD – Georgia’s hex over Ole Miss on the hardwood continued Wednesday night at the same time the Rebels continued to struggle at Tad Smith Coliseum. Needing a win to stay in the hunt to make the NCAA Tournament, the visiting Bulldogs defeated the Rebels 76-72. The victory earned Georgia […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Any ideas of Mississippi State ending top-ranked Kentucky’s 27-game winning streak the way it did in 1996 were short-lived on Wednesday night. The Wildcats turned a slim four-point lead early in the second half into a 74-56 blowout inside a snow covered Humphrey Coliseum. UK went on a […]

ZUPPARDO

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Mississippi State is actively searching for a way to keep Johnny Zuppardo around for another year. The junior forward has missed the entire season with a torn left meniscus and ACL and will have only have one year of eligibility left unless the Bulldogs can find another loophole. […]

Weather will force No. 22 Mississippi State to amend its weekend plans for the third straight week. The Diamond Dogs bumped up the start times for the Friday and Saturday games of their round-robin series with Arizona and Samford at Dudy Noble Field. The visiting teams will play at noon Friday before MSU meets Arizona […]