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Bulldogs picked to finish last in SEC

Mississippi State’s men’s basketball team has been picked to finish last in the Southeastern Conference by the media at SEC Tipoff in Charlotte, N.C. on Wednesday. The Bulldogs received 35 votes, 40 fewer than No. 13 Tennessee. Kentucky garnered 280

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MSU Media Day: Rick Ray

  Mississippi State held its annual on-campus media day on Wednesday. Men’s basketball coach Rick Ray shared his thoughts about the upcoming season. The following is a transcript of his time at the podium… Opening Statement … “First and foremost, I

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Two basketball Bulldogs injured

Mississippi State junior guard Craig Sword will miss 4-6 weeks with a back injury. (AP Photo)

      Rick Ray raved about having a full roster prior to Mississippi State starting practice on Oct. 3. That is no longer the case as two Bulldogs will miss the remainder of the preseason. Junior guard Craig Sword

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Ray ready to start practice

Mississippi State men’s basketball coach Rick Ray met with the media prior to the Bulldogs beginning practice on Friday. MSU will hold 30 practices over the next 42 days as it prepares to tipoff the 2014-15 season. Here is a

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Maroon Madness scheduled for Oct. 10

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Fans can get their first look at the Mississippi State men’s and women’s basketball teams on Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. for Maroon Madness in downtown Starkville. A basketball court will be setup on Main Street across from Starkville Café

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SEC releases conference hoops slate

The Southeastern Conference released its men’s basketball schedule Friday afternoon and has Mississippi State opening the league slate at home against Tennessee on Jan. 7 on the SEC Network. The Bulldogs will play a dozen games on the SEC Network,

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Bulldogs land Mississippi’s No. 2 prospect

Dan Mullen has made headlines in the last few weeks with his 2015 recruiting class ranked 11th in the country. With the addition of three-star shooting guard Quinndary Weatherspoon on Wednesday, so is Rick Ray’s 2015 basketball class. Weatherspoon became

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Bulldogs release non-conference schedule

Mississippi State wanted a more challenging non-conference schedule in Rick Ray’s third season to reflect a finally full roster. The Bulldogs released its 13 game non-conference slate on Wednesday which features eight home outings and another at Mississippi Coliseum in

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Bulldogs to play in Corpus Christi Coastal Classic

Rick Ray and the Bulldogs will play in the Corpus Christi Coastal Classic during Thanksgiving week.  (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

While many Mississippi State fans will be focused on Egg Bowl week, the Bulldogs men’s basketball team will have their eyes set on the Lone Star State. MSU has accepted an invitation to participate in the Corpus Christi Coastal Classic

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MSU to meet Tulane on hardwood

Rick Ray and the Bulldogs will play Tulane on Dec. 6.  (AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)

Mississippi State continues to strengthen its non-conference men’s basketball schedule. The Bulldogs announced a two-game deal with Tulane to go along with previous outings against Florida State and Oregon State. MSU will travel to New Orleans on Dec. 6 and

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Ray excited about a full roster

Mississippi State’s Rick Ray joined the rest of the league’s head coaches on the SEC Teleconference on Monday. Here is a transcript of what Ray had to say… Opening statement… Ray: “We’re finally getting to the point where we’re going

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