MSU News & Notes | Monday, March 24, 2014

The softball dogs were able to salvage the Sunday game with a big three-run homerun late - Mississippi State University | Bill Simmonds

Baseball takes a series from Vanderbilt, women's basketball readies for Southern Miss, The Hump gets a new video board, spring football practice notes, and more.

A big sports weekend is in the books, and things went pretty well all across the board for MSU's spring sports. Additionally, 16 teams are left in this year's men's NCAA tournament after what proved to be a wild opening weekend to this year's tourney. Your MSU News & Notes are all right here


Humphrey Coliseum to get new main video board -

NOTE: At the time that we were putting together these links, Daktronics, a leading company in the field of sports video board construction, tweeted out an announcement for a new video board that is to be constructed at the Humphrey Coliseum. That tweet has since been taken down, as have subsequent retweets by various MSU officials. It's clear that the announcement is coming, there seems to just be a holdup somewhere along the line. We'll add the link above when it goes live.

Mississippi State officially announces that Humphrey Coliseum will get a new video board, replacing the $1.8 million video board that has been in place since 2004. This was a definite need at The Hump, so it's nice to see it getting addressed. I would venture to guess that any additional changes/renovation at The Hump are a ways out with the teams recent struggles and with baseball likely in line in front of them.

MSU Downs No. 21/21 Auburn 5-2 -

The softball dogs salvaged the final game of the series Sunday with a nice 5-2 win.

Chris Jones making strides in first offseason; review of first week of spring football - HailStateBeat

Bobby C. reviews the first full week of spring practice (with video).

Bulldogs, Golden Eagles Clash Monday In WNIT Second Round -

The lady basketball dogs take on Southern Miss in the WNIT second round tonight at 7. This team has a chance to build some more momentum leading into what could be a big year in 2014-15.

Golden Strikes: Jonathan Holder -

A quick-ish interview with MSU's All-American closer.

No. 22 MSU Men's Tennis Sweeps Sunday DH; Now 11-0 At Home -

Men's tennis continued its home dominance Sunday with two wins.

MSU Women's Tennis Falls At No. 46 Arkansas to Close Out Road Swing -

The women weren't as fortunate on the road in Fayetteville.

MSU Claims Two Wins On Final Day of Alabama Relays -

Track and Field with a nice showing on the final day of the Alabama Relays.

Left Field Lounge makes an impression on Vanderbilt starter Jared Miller - FWtCT

The Vandy pitcher becomes the latest in a long line of opposing players who enjoyed their time at Dudy Noble.


Mississippi Madness: Round 1 Winners - Clarion Ledger

The first week of voting in the Clarion Ledger's Mississippi Madness bracket is done. Still don't understand how Walter Payton or Jerry Rice aren't in here.

NCAA Tournament schedule: Sweet 16 set - SBNation

If you're into the whole "March Madness" thing, the first week is in the books, and the Sweet 16 is set. Get caught up at the link above.

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Which teams will pass on a quarterback? - Mocking the Draft

This mock draft, from today, has former MSU OG Gabe Jackson moving up into the 1st Round.

Tennis player forgets competition, helps struggling ballgirl - SBNation

A nice reminder that people can sometimes be great.

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