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Aberdeen's Jamerson Love returned an interception for a touchdown on Saturday. (Logan Lowery/ Daily Journal)

Today was a beautiful afternoon in Starkville which should make for a great atmosphere for tonight’s baseball game against Vanderbilt on ESPNU. Senior defensive tackles Kaleb Eulls and P.J. Jones continued to be in the injury pit along with sophomore

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MSU holds Pro Day

Mississippi State’s 2013 football senior class showcased its talent in front of  24 NFL teams on Wednesday as part of the school’s annual Pro Day at the Leo Seal  Jr. Football Complex and Palmeiro Center. Six Bulldogs took part in 

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Saturday bowl practice notes

Mississippi State worked for two hours on Saturday morning for its second bowl practice as graduation was going on simultaneously inside Humphrey Coliseum. Here are a few observations I jotted down in my handy dandy green notebook from this morning’s

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MSU, Rice coaches discuss Liberty Bowl

Mississippi State will usher out one of the most successful senior classes in school history appearing in their fourth consecutive bowl game. Although safety Nickoe Whitley and quarterback Tyler Russell have both been ruled out for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl,

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Coaches tab three Bulldogs for All-SEC team

Three members of Mississippi State’s football team were named All-SEC selections by the league’s coaches on Tuesday. Senior offensive guard Gabe Jackson was the Bulldogs lone first team selection while junior tight end Malcolm Johnson and senior safety Nickoe Whitley

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Jackson earns first team All-SEC

Gabe Jackson

  The accolades continue to come in for Mississippi State senior guard Gabe Jackson. Jackson was named first team All-SEC by the Associated Press on Monday and was the only Bulldog represented on the first or second teams. The 6-foot-4,

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Whitley out for bowl game

Fifth-year senior safety Nickoe Whitley helped Mississippi State reach the postseason forcing pivotal late fumbles in both the Arkansas and Ole Miss victories. Whitley stripped Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace of the football on the final play of the game

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Whitley, Jones earn SEC Players of the Week

Nickoe Whitley was named SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Week while defensive lineman Chris Jones was awarded SEC Co-Freshman of the Week by the league office on Monday. Whitley shared the award with Missouri cornerback E.J. Gaines and Jones split

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Logan’s heroes: Arkansas game

After each win, Logan Lowery of the Daily Journal recognizes several players and a coach that had outstanding performances and played a major role in Mississippi State’s victory. Check out who his offensive, defensive, special teams and coach of the

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Sunday conversation with Dan Mullen

When Dan Mullen first arrived at Mississippi State in Dec. 2008, he began to rekindle the Egg Bowl rivalry by taking verbal jabs at Ole Miss by refusing to refer to the school by name. Mullen’s tactic worked as the

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HDVideo: Postgame interviews

Mississippi State fell 51-41 at Texas A&M on Saturday at Kyle Field. Following the game Dan Mullen, De’Runnya Wilson, Matthew Wells and Nickoe Whitley gave their thoughts on what happened.      

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