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MSU fires Ray after three seasons

Rick Ray was fired after three seasons on a Saturday.  (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Mississippi State director of athletics Scott Stricklin fired men’s basketball coach Rick Ray after three seasons on a Saturday. Ray went 37-60 during his stint in Starkville including a 13-41 mark in league play over that span after taking over

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LSU preview

Fallou Ndoye has started six games as a redshirt freshman. (Logan Lowery/ Daily Journal)

Mississippi State is still a work in progress. Although the Bulldogs have played better basketball of late, the team is still learning how to close out games. MSU let an eight point lead slip away against Georgia last weekend and

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Arkansas State preview

Travis Daniels has started all eight games for the Bulldogs this season. (Logan Lowery/ Daily Journal)

Mississippi State will make its first appearance inside Humphrey Coliseum in 23 days taking on Arkansas State tonight at 6 p.m. The Bulldogs last home game came on Nov. 24 against Clayton State and have gone 1-3 since. MSU is

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Jazz select Hood in first round

The Utah Jazz selected former Mississippi State wing Rodney Hood with the 23rd overall pick in the NBA Draft Thursday night. Hood spent the 2011-12 season in Starkville under Rick Stansbury before transferring to Duke and playing this past season

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Texas A&M hires Stansbury as assistant coach

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Rick Stansbury, the 2004 Associated Press SEC Coach of the Year, all-time coaching wins leader at Mississippi State and ninth-winningest coach in the history of the SEC, will join the Texas A&M men’s basketball staff as

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Blog Bag Answers: Good Variety

Hey, it’s Friday, so I have some Blog Bag answers for you. We got some football, some baseball and some basketball in this week’s edition. Here ya go. Q: I’d love to hear Dan Mullen‘s take on why he escorted

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Smith, Zeidaks Dismissed for ‘Repeated’ Rules Violations

Mississippi State coach Rick Ray has dismissed guard Shaun Smith and forward Kristers Zeidaks for “repeated violations of team rules,” the school announced today. Smith, a 6-foot-6 junior from Noxubee County, has had an injury-filled career at MSU. He averaged 1.0 points and

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