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MSU graces Sports Illustrated cover

  Mississippi State will grace the cover of one of the world’s most prestigous magazines this week. The Bulldogs along with instate rival Ole Miss will share the cover of the latest Sports Illustrated. The magazines will be available at

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Longtime MSU radio broadcaster Cristil dies

Longtime Mississippi State radio broadcaster Jack Cristil passed away Sunday at the age of 88 after an extended battle with kidney disease and cancer. Cristil spent 58 years behind the microphone calling Bulldog football games from and spent another 54

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Stricklin talks stadium expansion

Mississippi State director of athletics Scott Stricklin guided the media on a tour of Davis Wade Stadium Tuesday afternoon. Afterwards, Stricklin fielded questions about the project as it is set to host its first game on Saturday against Southern Miss.

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Williams joins MSU Radio Network, Gregory to SEC Network

Richard Williams joins Jim Ellis to broadcast MSU men's basketball.  (AP File Photo)

Mississippi State’s basketball radio broadcast team will have a different but familiar voice this season. Jim Ellis will be back for his 32nd season behind the microphone but his new broadcast partner will be former head coach Richard Williams. Williams

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MSU hosts SEC Network launch party

Mississippi State will hold a launch party for the SEC Network starting at 4:30 p.m. in The Junction. (AP Photo/Kerry Smith)

Mississippi State will be ringing in the launch of the SEC Network with a party in The Junction on campus. The launch party will start at 4:30 p.m., 30 minutes prior to the start of the SEC Network going live

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Stricklin, Cohen talk Dudy Noble Field renovations

Mississippi State athletic director Scott Stricklin and head baseball coach John Cohen discuss the $40 million renovation plans for Dudy Noble Field. [youtube][/youtube]

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$40 million renovation planned for Dudy Noble Field

dudy noble renovation

  Dudy Noble Field will be getting a facelift. One of the most recognizable venues in college baseball, Mississippi State’s home stadium will receive a $40 million upgrade which will include a double-tiered grandstand, 50 skyboxes, berm seating and a

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MSU-KSU athletic directors agree to deal

Twitter followers of Mississippi State director of athletics Scott Stricklin and his counterpart at Kansas State John Currie saw a home-and-home football deal worked out right before their eyes on social media. What began as a friendly “Chillin 4 Charity

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Golf has a new home at Old Waverly

The golf programs at Mississippi State have a new home. Old Waverly Golf Club in West Point will be the new home course for both the men’s and women’s golf teams. The $2.2 million project will include the construction of

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New season ticket sales record

Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field.

Mississippi State has set a new record for season ticket sales having sold 44,230 as of Friday, breaking the 2012 mark of 44,212. “It is an exciting time for our football program and Bulldog fans,” said MSU Director of Athletics

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Bulldogs bolster schedule with Arizona

Mississippi State’s current and past athletic directors have reached an agreement for their respective programs to play in football. Scott Stricklin, the Bulldogs current athletic director, announced a home-and-home deal to play Arizona – where former MSU AD Greg Byrne

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