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Bulldogs open big weekend with win over Razorbacks

By JOEL COLEMAN sports@starkvilledailynews.com   For No. 4 Mississippi State to have a chance to win the Southeastern Conference championship this weekend, the first step is to take care of business against the Arkansas Razorbacks. So far, so good for the Bulldogs. Behind another dominating performance from ace Dakota Hudson, MSU cruised to a 7-0…

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Humphrey Coliseum floor headed to Ohio

By JOEL COLEMAN sports@starkvilledailynews.com Craig Charles has been attached to the Southeastern Conference for years having had a father that played a number of sports at the University of Georgia. Though Charles has since left behind his Georgia roots and moved to Ohio, the businessman is now the proud owner of a piece of the…

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MSU hopes wild weekend results in SEC title

By JOEL COLEMAN sports@starkvilledailynews.com A wild weekend lies ahead for Southeastern Conference baseball and No. 4 Mississippi State is right in the center of it all. As the Bulldogs prepare to begin the regular season’s final series on Thursday in a 6:30 p.m. game at Dudy Noble Field against Arkansas, MSU has a league championship…

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Brown finds new opportunity as reliever

By JOEL COLEMAN sports@starkvilledailynews.com It has been said that when one door closes in life, that another one opens. Mississippi State’s Daniel Brown has found that old adage to be incredibly accurate. The junior left-handed pitcher, who opened the season as part of MSU’s three-man weekend starting rotation, lost that responsibility after being plagued with…

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Bulldogs happy to to finally capture sweep

By JOEL COLEMAN sports@starkvilledailynews.com Prior to Saturday, four times Mississippi State had gone into the third game of a Southeastern Conference weekend series with the opportunity to finish off a sweep. All four times, the Bulldogs were turned away. “I wouldn’t say we talked about that a lot, but we all kind of knew in…

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Bulldogs cash in late to top Tigers

By JOEL COLEMAN sports@starkvilledailynews.com Mississippi State did what Missouri couldn’t on Friday night. In the end, it made all the difference. After Missouri wasted an opportunity to blow the game open with the bases loaded and no one out in the sixth inning, No. 4 MSU cashed in for a pair of runs when given…