A farewell and on to the next chapter

This will be my (Lee Adams) last post from this blog as I am saying farewell to the Starkville Daily News to go back to college and finish my education. I know I haven’t been here long, but I’m always said I was going to go back to school to finish and 10 years later…

No. 17 MSU host Troy

No. 17 Mississippi State will try to go for its eighth consecutive win today as they host Troy. The Bulldogs are picked to win and should roll, but it’s college basketball so you never know. With Arnett Moultrie tearing up the court lately he should play a big role for the Bulldogs again today and…

MSU’s Fanning-Otis goes for 600th win tonight

As Mississippi State host South Alabama tonight, head coach Sharon Fanning-Otis will pick up her 600th career win if her Lady Bulldogs find a way to defeat the Lady Jaguars. The Lady Bulldogs have an advantage as they have Diamber Johnson, who is second in the Southeastern Conference in scoring, at guard and Martha Alwal,…

MSU men’s basketball up to No. 21 in AP Poll

Mississippi State’s men’s basketball team has been on a tear as of late, winning six in a row, including two wins again nationally ranked teams. The Bulldogs win over Texas A&M and Arizona propelled them into the AP’s top 25 at No. 24, but after winning three game since returning from New York they have…

Egg Bowl at the Half

Mississippi State may only be leading by 21 points, but it sure feels like a lot more than that. The Bulldogs have piled up 252 yards of total offense in the first half, while holding the Rebels to only 65. MSU’s Vick Ballard has out gained the Rebels by himself with 84 yards rushing. If…

Battle for the Golden Egg pre-game

As the final week of the regular season is well underway, Mississippi State and Ole Miss are about and hour and half away from the rivalry showdown known as the Battle for the Golden Egg or the Egg Bowl. The Bulldogs are not having the season they had hoped for with a 5-6 record, but…