Monthly Archives: April 2013

Blog Bag: Same Drill (w/Unrelated Video)

Yo, time for ye olde Blog Bag again. It’s my weekly request for your MSU queries, which I will answer to the best of my ability. You know the drill: Drop your question(s) in the comments section below, and I

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Cohen Remains Positive About Bulldogs, Lindgren

Mississippi State, now ranked No. 22 in the country, is coming off a rough weekend at Vanderbilt, getting swept for the first time this season. But coach John Cohen, as he usually is, was philosophical about it all when I spoke

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Notes and Numbers: Game 3 Pitching Woes Resurface

Mississippi State’s Sunday pitching woes returned yesterday in an 8-3 loss to Vanderbilt. That completed a series sweep for the Commodores and marked the first time this season MSU (33-13, 10-11 SEC) has been swept. As a result, the Bulldogs

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Boyd Drafted by Packers in Late Fifth Round

Former Mississippi State defensive tackle Josh Boyd was selected by Green Bay late in the fifth round of the NFL Draft this afternoon. He was the 34th player taken in that round, 167th overall. Boyd started three games his freshman year

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Banks Drafted by Buccaneers in Second Round (43rd Overall)

Former Mississippi State cornerback Johnthan Banks was selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the 11th pick of the second round (43rd overall) in the NFL Draf tonight. Banks was the second MSU player picked tonight. Fellow cornerback Darius Slay was taken

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Slay Drafted by Lions in Second Round (36th Overall)

Former Mississippi State cornerback Darius Slay was selected by the Detroit Lions with the fourth pick of the second round in the NFL Draft tonight. He’s the 36th pick overall. After flying under the radar most of his senior season, Slay

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Blog Bag Answers: Linemen, Carr, Norris, Recruiting, and Much More

Hey, y’all, it’s that time of week. You asked questions for the Blog Bag, and I have some answers. I hope you find them satisfactory. Lot of football and baseball talk, so let’s get to it. ––––– Q: Has Will

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Q&A: Ammirati Finds His Place at MSU

No. 16 Mississippi State (33-10, 10-8 SEC) has a huge series against No. 3 Vanderbilt (36-6, 16-2) starting tonight in Nashville. Win two or three, and you can at least start talking about NCAA national seed possibilities for MSU. But

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Baseball Notes: Pitching in Good Shape Entering Big Series at Vandy

No. 16 Mississippi State (33-10, 10-8 SEC) has a big road trip coming up this weekend at No. 3 Vanderbilt (36-6, 16-2), starting with Friday’s 6:30 p.m. tilt. We caught up with MSU coach John Cohen this morning on his weekly

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Teleconference: Mullen Talks Young Standouts, QBs, Tackles, Expectations

Spring football has wrapped up across the SEC, and we caught up with all 14 head coaches this morning on a teleconference. I’ll have some highlights in tomorrow’s Journal, but right now let’s focus in on what MSU coach Dan Mullen

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Blog Bag: Keep Me Busy

With spring football and Super Bulldog Weekend in the rearview mirror, things are going to slow down a bit, in theory. So y’all can help keep me busy by asking questions for this week’s Blog Bag. Just drop your queries

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