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Cunningham honored on SEC Community Service Team

Mississippi State senior Tyson Cunningham may be down to his final days in uniform but he received some recognition Monday being named to the SEC Community Service team. Cunningham, who serves as a minister of music at his church, is

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MSU drops final road contest at Georgia

ATHENS, Ga. – A tough stretch to end the first half put an end to Mississippi State’s chances for an elusive road win Wednesday night. Georgia built a double-digit lead late in the half and cruised to a 66-45 Southeastern

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Borchert, Cunningham reflect on time at MSU

Mississippi State Colin Borchert and Tyson Cunningham will play their final game in Humphrey Coliseum on Saturday. The two Bulldog seniors reflected on their time in Starkville and spoke about future goals for themselves as well as the program.  

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Postgame interviews: Auburn

Mississippi State won back-to-back conference games for the first time this season with a win over Auburn Wednesday night to stay undefeated at home in SEC play. After the win head coach Rick Ray and Bulldogs Colin Borchert, Tyson Cunningham

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Daniels still redshirting

The sudden transfer of redshirt freshman wing Dre Applewhite on Monday will have no affect on the status of midyear junior college transfer Travis Daniels. Rick Ray still intends to redshirt the 6-foot-8, 205-pound forward this season. Daniels initially signed

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Postgame interviews: Florida A&M

Mississippi State improved to 7-2 Tuesday night with a 78-65 win over Florida A&M. Hear what head coach Rick Ray, freshman Dre Applewhite, senior Tyson Cunningham and sophomore Craig Sword had to say about the victory following the game.  

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Postgame interviews: Loyola

Mississippi State improved to 5-1 on the year winning 65-64 in overtime against Loyola on Sunday. It was the second rematch commemorating the 1963 “Game of Change” between the two schools. MSU, known as the Maroons back then, defied a

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Maroon dominates men’s scrimmage

Junior forward Roquez Johnson dunks during MSU's scrimmage on Wednesday. (Logan Lowery/ Daily Journal)

STARKVILLE – Fans were able to catch their first glimpse of Mississippi State’s men’s basketball team on the floor of Humphrey Coliseum Wednesday afternoon. The Bulldogs held a 20-minute open scrimmage with the maroon team, which consisted of returning starters,

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Bulldogs hold first fall practice

STARKVILLE – Mississippi State held its first men’s basketball practice Monday afternoon starting the second year under head coach Rick Ray. The Bulldogs will scatter 30 practices over the next 42 days in preparation of their Nov. 8 season opener

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SEC Teleconference: Ray Says MSU Will Have to Find ‘Another Way’ to Beat Gamecocks

MSU basketball coach Rick Ray spoke for a solid seven minutes on the SEC coaches teleconference this morning. His Bulldogs (8-20, 3-13 SEC) are coming off a big win over rival Ole Miss on Saturday and now face a road test

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Extended Pregame Blog: Hoops, Baseball in Action Today

Today’s basketball game: Vanderbilt (10-15, 4-9 SEC) at MSU (7-18, 2-11), 12:30 p.m., SEC Network (Dave Baker play-by-play, Jon Sundvold analyst), XM 199, Sirius 93. ––––– Hey y’all. Since there is a baseball game at 3 p.m., I will be dashing from Humphrey Coliseum

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