MSU among nation’s best in attendance

Vic Schaefer and the Bulldogs enjoyed a record season for attendance. (AP Photo/Jason Getz)

Another season attendance record has placed Mississippi State women’s basketball among the nation’s best in the final attendance rankings released by the NCAA Monday. The Bulldogs set the program record for the second-straight year as 67,598 attended 18 games at

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Bulldogs in summer leagues

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Mississippi State is sending 23 players to participate in nine summer leagues around the country. Each week, Logan Lowery of the Daily Journal will update the Diamond Dogs statistics throughout the summer. CAL RIPKEN COLLEGIATE LEAGUE Cody Brown Team: Bethesda Big

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MSU set to takeover SEC Network

Tonight begins Mississippi State’s turn to takeover the SEC Network. The SEC Network will exclusively air only Bulldog programming for 24 hours beginning at 11 p.m. with the 1999 Egg Bowl. It will be the first of four football games

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MSU lands La. Tech transfer

Xavian Stapleton is transferring to Mississippi State from Louisiana Tech. (AP Photo/Nick Lisi)

Former Madison Central standout Xavian Stapleton is returning to his native state. Stapleton announced Sunday that he would be transferring to Mississippi State after spending his freshman season at Louisiana Tech. The 6-foot-6, 190-pound small forward will enroll this week

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Redshirt helped Thomas get ready

Cory Thomas is expected to be in the Bulldogs' defensive line rotation this fall as  a redshirt freshman. (Logan Lowery/ Daily Journal)

Cory Thomas was one of Mississippi State’s biggest recruiting triumphs from the 2014 class. The Bulldogs wooed the coveted three-star prospect away from a commitment to Tennessee on national signing day. Although Thomas was highly touted in high school and

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Right place at the right time

Josh Lovelady had an RBI single in his first plate appearance as a Bulldog. (Mississippi State)

Mississippi State established itself with a freshman catcher, Gavin Collins, behind the plate in 2014. Collins caught 42 games and was the Diamond Dogs leading returning hitter entering this past spring. However, that did not stop Josh Lovelady from signing

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Bulldogs in Baseball

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Mississippi State currently has 32 former players or signees active in professional baseball this season. Each week Logan Lowery of the Daily Journal takes a look at their performances. Check out how the former Diamond Dogs are doing. Corey Dickerson Position: Left field Team: Colorado Rockies

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Long awaited debut for Young

March 21, 2015 may not be a memorable date for most Mississippi State baseball fans. The Bulldogs were on the losing end of a 9-7 contest at Kentucky that day. But it will always be date etched in the mind

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Post spring guard review

Justin Malone is Mississippi State's most experienced offensive lineman. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

For the second time in as many years, Mississippi State is tasked with replacing one of its offensive guards who moved on to the NFL. First it was left guard Gabe Jackson and now the Bulldogs are filling the vacancy

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MSU places 61 first-year athletes on SEC honor roll

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A historic 2014-15 year in the classroom has resulted in a record 61 Mississippi State student-athletes being named to the 2015 Southeastern Conference First-Year Academic Honor Roll. The 61 honorees are the most among SEC institutions in the sports in

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Worth the wait

Will Coleman will have two years of eligibility remaining after being ruled academically ineligible last season. (Logan Lowery/ Daily Journal)

Will Coleman had plenty of options coming out of Tyler (Texas) Junior College in 2014. The former three-star defensive end garnered 11 scholarship offers but ultimately chose to attend Mississippi State. Coleman arrived in Starkville a year ago expecting to

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