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Redmond drafted by 49ers in third round

Will Redmond was the second Mississippi State player to hear his name called in the NFL Draft Friday night. The San Francisco 49ers selected the 5-foot-11, 182-pound cornerback with the fifth pick of the third round (68th overall). Redmond was

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NFL Draft Chicago: Chris Jones

Former Houston High School and Mississippi State standout defensive lineman Chris Jones was selected in the second round (37th overall) by the Kansas City Chiefs. The Daily Journal’s Parrish Alford is live in Chicago at the NFL Draft and attended

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Chiefs choose Jones in second round

Chris Jones was the first Bulldog off the board in the 2016 NFL Draft. The Mississippi State defensive tackle was selected as the 37th overall pick in the second round by the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday. Jones, a 6-foot-6,

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Bulldogs continue road success at Alabama

TUSCALOOSA, Ala., – The road continues to be kind for fourth-ranked Mississippi State. The Diamond Dogs improved to 7-3 on the road in the Southeastern Conference with a 12-5 victory over Alabama Thursday night at the newly renovated Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

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Another academic honor for Calhoun

Taveze Calhoun is hoping to hear his name called later this week in the NFL Draft. But the former Mississippi State cornerback received recognition of a different kind after being selected to the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society on

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NFL Draft Chicago: Chris Jones

Parrish Alford of the Daily Journal caught up with former Mississippi State defensive tackle Chris Jones in Chicago to get his thoughts on the eveĀ of the NFL Draft.

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Road Dawgs Tour: Dan Mullen

The Road Dawgs Tour made its annual stop in Tupelo Tuesday at the BancorpSouth Arena. Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen was among the speakers and spent time with reporters prior to the event.

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Logan’s Heroes: Spring game

Mississippi State Maroon squad wide receiver Malik Dear (22) runs upfield for short yards against the White squad at an NCAA college football spring game, Saturday, April 16, 2015, in Starkville, Miss. The Maroon won 34-21. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Just as I do during the regular season, here are my players of the week from Mississippi State’s spring game this past Saturday. The Maroon team edged their White counterparts 34-21 by scoring four of the scrimmage’s final five touchdowns.

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Mullen finishes Boston Marathon

Dan Mullen has always preached to his players about relentless effort during his time as Mississippi State head coach. On Monday, it was Mullen’s turn to prove he had it as well competing in the Boston Marathon. Despite it being

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Sirmon speaks on spring game

New Mississippi State defensive coordinator Peter Sirmon saw his unit accumulate eight tackles for loss, five sacks and four interceptions during Saturday’s spring game. Afterwards, Sirmon shared his evaluations with the media.

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Spring game player interviews

Mississippi State concluded its spring with the annual Maroon-White spring game on Saturday. The Maroon team defeated their White counterparts 34-21 in front of 15,717 inside Davis Wade Stadium. Afterwards, the Daily Journal caught up with quarterbacks Nick Fitzgerald, Nick

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