To most of the sports world, Steve Robertson’s role in the greatest spectacle in college football this year has been a small one. Robertson, a recruiting writer for the Mississippi State fan site Gene’s Page on Scout.com, is the guy who found The Call, a one-minute entry in the record of Ole Miss head coach Hugh…
UConn is out of the NCAA tournament and its 111-game winning streak is over after Morgan William hit a buzzer-beater at the end of overtime to send Mississippi State to the women’s championship game by the score of 66-64.
A few days after Texas A&M was given the No. 4 spot in the year’s first College Football Playoff rankings—ahead of Washington, who is undefeated, and Louisville and Ohio State, who each matched A&M’s 7-1 record—they made sure they lost it, falling to unranked Mississippi State.
Jeffery Simmons, the five-star Mississippi State recruit that was shown beating a woman on a video recording, had his day in court Tuesday. Simmons was found guilty of malicious mischief, pleaded no contest to the charge of simple assault, and had a charge of disturbing the peace dropped.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen wanted to talk about family at SEC Media Days yesterday, particularly when questions turned to five-star recruit Jeffrey Simmons. The freshman defensive end was hit with a one-game suspension in June, after video of him beating a woman emerged online.
“It’s easy to make a snap decision, which is why we vetted everything we could,” says Mississippi State Athletic Director Scott Stricklin of his decision to allow five-star recruit Jeffery Simmons to join the football team with a tiny one-game suspension. That’s a bold way to lead off a press conference about a…
Mississippi State football signee Jeffery Simmons apologized in a Facebook post after video turned up that appears to show the five-star recruit attacking a woman.
Dak Prescott and his Mississippi State teammates held their pro day late last week down in Starkville. The former Bulldogs quarterback was projected to be one of the first five or so QBs off the board in next month’s NFL Draft, but according to a report from the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Prescott was arrested in…
Mississippi State defensive lineman Chris Jones had trouble staying upright as he finished his 40 attempt today at the NFL combine, and replays revealed why: his genitals came flying out of his shorts while trying to beat five seconds.
Mississippi State held on to beat Arkansas tonight 51-50 with a late blocked field goal, and Bulldogs fans celebrated by beating the shit out of each other in the stands.
Last night, Keith Joseph Jr. and his father Keith Joseph Sr. were driving to attend a football game at Pascagoula High, where Joseph Jr. went to school, when they both died in a car crash. The younger Joseph was a redshirt freshman with the Mississippi State Bulldogs, and his father played there in the early 90’s.
Mississippi State's athletic director is apologizing after the Bulldogs baseball team introduced some new BP shirts from Adidas that sported a special message to their Ole Miss rivals: "F—k The School Up North."
Mississippi State football players Dak Prescott, Torrey Dale, and Damian Williams were reportedly jumped while at a spring break Waka Flocka concert in Panama City (Fla.). News of the incident—as well as pictures—first surfaced on the Elite Dawgs message board, and was confirmed by Panama City police:
The pass from Dak Prescott to Fred Ross was so unexpected it forced Orange Bowl organizers to get the prematurely-installed halftime show stage off the field so the Bulldogs could attempt an extra point. It's 21-20 at the half.
It seemed like Mississippi State came into this game with some extreme tightness in the butthole area. The first score of the game was an Alabama safety, and Dak Prescott didn't seem much like the Dak Prescott we've grown to admire. They ended up spotting Alabama 19 before they got a field goal to close the half.
Mississippi State's locked into a tough fight with Kentucky today, but if the nation's #1 pulls out a win they can turn to running back Josh Robinson as one reason. Here's the invincible Bulldogs rusher showing off his Super Mario moves.
Mississippi State has gone from unranked to No. 1 in the AP poll in just five weeks, the fastest rise in the 78-year history of the poll. Consecutive wins over No. 8 LSU, No. 6 Texas A&M, and No. 2 Auburn will do that.
The Bulldogs of Mississippi State handled Texas A&M last week, but no one seemed particularly convinced of their might — they went into today's game against Auburn as underdogs at home.
Two turnovers, two scores, and second-ranked Auburn is down 14-0 to Mississippi State.
Don't Google that. (With help from SEC Nation, because Starkville was a bit disappointing.)