Post spring tackle review

Justin Senior is one of two starting offensive linemen returning for the Bulldogs. (AP Photo/Jim Lytle)

Mississippi State must replace one of the key positions on any team at left tackle. Blaine Clausell graduated after being the Bulldogs bookend for the better part of four years leaving a vacancy of protecting Dak Prescott‘s blindside. Rising junior

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Gridley grabs his opportunity

Ryan Gridley wasn’t sure what his role would be when he arrived at Mississippi State. Gridley began his true freshman season as a back-up second baseman but would end it as the Bulldogs everyday starter at shortstop. He cracked the

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Post spring tight end review

Gus Walley is Mississippi State's most experienced tight end returning.  (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

One position for Mississippi State that will certainly have a new look in 2015 is at tight end. The Bulldogs graduated both Malcolm Johnson and Brandon Hill who were mainstays there for four years. Now MSU must rely on a

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Prescott selected as second team All-American

  Mississippi State senior quarterback Dak Prescott earned a spot as a second team Preseason All-American by Athlon Sports. The publication also placed Prescott as its first team All-SEC signal caller earlier this month. The 6-foot-2, 230-pounder from Haughton, La.,

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Irvin-Sills transfers from MSU

Sophomore defensive back Jahmere Irvin-Sills intends to transfer from Mississippi State according to a team spokesman. Irvin-Sills appeared in nine games as a redshirt freshman cornerback last season and recorded 10 tackles. The 5-foot-10, 175-pounder worked at safety during spring

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Flowers transfers to Co-Lin

Guard Kent Flowers has transferred from Mississippi State to Copiah-Lincoln Community College. (Logan Lowery/ Daily Journal)

Mississippi State’s depth along the offensive line was dealt a blow as guard Kent Flowers will spend his sophomore season at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. Co-Lin and MSU both confirmed the transfer of the 6-foot-5, 300-pounder from Hollandale. Flowers signed a

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From fan to the field

Luke Reynolds hit .500 with four doubles and seven RBIs during his last 10 games as a sophomore. (Mississippi State)

Luke Reynolds lost in the 2014 NJCAA national championship game at Hinds Community College. Reynolds was all set to return and go after the elusive title again as a sophomore but a possibility to play baseball at Mississippi State, a

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Swinarski sacrificed senior year to enroll at State

Joey Swinarski had seven at bats as a redshirt freshman this past season. (Mississippi State)

Joey Swinarski had some difficult decisions to make as a high school junior in 2013. The highly-touted outfielder was projected as a top 10 selection for the MLB Draft the following year and could have remained at The First Academy

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Recapping last week at MSU

I’m back in the saddle after taking some time off last week. I didn’t do anything extravagant but enjoyed my staycation here in Starkville and got some overdue things done around the house. I’ll take off another week off sometime

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Bulldogs dip into Louisiana again

Three-star athlete Cameron Dantzler committed to Mississippi State on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of 247Sports.com)

Mississippi State dipped into Louisiana again to land three-star athlete Cameron Dantzler on Saturday. Dantzler chose the Bulldogs over offers from Cincinnati, Louisiana Tech, Southern Miss, Texas Tech, Tulane and Utah. The 6-foot-2, 170-pounder becomes the 11th member of MSU’s

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Pontotoc’s Zinn will honor commitment

Pontotoc's Delvin Zinn will honor his commitment to Mississippi State. (Pontotoc Progress)

Pontotoc’s Delvin Zinn will postpone his chance at professional baseball. Zinn was selected in the 28th round (833rd overall) by the Chicago Cubs in the MLB Draft on Wednesday but has decided to honor his commitment to play shortstop at

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