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Bulldogs place 59 on spring honor roll

Templeton Athletic Academic Center

A total of 59 Mississippi State student-athletes were named to the 2016 Spring Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll, the league office announced Wednesday. The 59 Bulldogs span eight sports (baseball, men’s golf, women’s golf, softball, men’s tennis, women’s tennis, men’s

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Double Coverage

double coverage

Both Ole Miss and Mississippi State are in summer mode, but Parrish and Logan will continue to bring you new episodes. This week they talk about the Ole Miss and Mississippi State players who have signed baseball contracts and discuss

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Freitas wins 1500m national championship

EUGENE, Ore. – This time for Marta Freitas, the tears represented joy and excitement. And of course, sweet and emotional redemption. One year removed from a devastating fall that resulted in a broken wrist on this same track at Hayward

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Double Coverage

double coverage

Satellite camps have been the hot offseason topic in college football circles. Parrish Alford went to the camp hosted by Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh in Pearl on Wednesday, and he and Logan Lowery examine the purpose and benefits of such camps

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Thompson takes national title

Mississippi State's Curtis Thompson throws on his way to winning the javelin event at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships. (AP Photo/Ryan Kang)

No one was smiling bigger late Wednesday night at historic Hayward Field than Curtis Thompson. And rightfully so. In just his second year at Mississippi State, the sophomore from Florence, N.J., made school history by winning the javelin on the

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Keenum elected president of the SEC

Mississippi State University President Mark E. Keenum has been elected to a two-year term as president of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) by his fellow presidents/chancellors at the SEC’s summer meeting in Destin, Florida. Keenum succeeds Vanderbilt Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos.

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Double Coverage

double coverage

There’s quite a bit going on both on and off the playing fields this week. Parrish discusses the latest news on Ole Miss and the NCAA’s investigation of the football program (1:34), while Logan has the news on five-star signee Jeffery

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Double Coverage

double coverage

The SEC Baseball Tournament is in full swing over in Hoover, Alabama. Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery are both there, and they talk about what’s transpired so far with the Rebels and Bulldogs, both of whom are sitting pretty in

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Double Coverage

double coverage

It’s all baseball talk on the show today, as Mississippi State and Ole Miss wrap up the regular season this weekend. The Bulldogs are hosting Arkansas (2:42), while the Rebels are visiting Texas A&M (8:45). Both squads are in good

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Forty-three Bulldogs earn spring degrees

Templeton Athletic Academic Center

STARKVILLE – Forty-three Mississippi State student-athletes received their undergraduate degrees following 2016 spring commencement exercises on the MSU campus. Thirty-three Bulldogs earned a perfect 4.0 GPA this semester to receive “Top Dawg” honors. Five of those graduated with a 4.0

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Double Coverage

double coverage

With two weekends of SEC play left in the baseball season, Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery look ahead to the postseason, as Ole Miss and Mississippi State both look to finish strong and earn a bid to host an NCAA regional

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