Hello friends. In the midst of a two week study binge in preparation for a very important test, I originally decided that I would be FWtCT-free for two weeks, until after I took the test. But a man needs a break here and there, and frankly I was getting tired of Metal Building Dawg calling me in the middle of the night with Journey's "Open Arms" blaring in the background.
So I'm back, if only to give you brief news and notes and then my nose goes directly back into the large book that it has called home recently.
- It is again time for the MSU baseball team to go out and take on a conference opponent, and this weekend, it's the always tough Florida Gators on the schedule. Florida come to Starkville a weekend after taking down Ole Miss at home - a result that I'd say surprised most after a bit of a rough start to the season for the very young Gators. This is a dangerous and very important series for State, as the Bulldogs have played three close series so far in-conference against top 15 teams, losing all three. Florida is getting better as the season progresses, so this could be a tougher task than many think. State frankly needs a series win here, if only to maybe get the team on a roll heading into the back half of the schedule. Here's the deets on this weekend's action.
- Speaking of baseball, there is an update to the HailState app on your iPhones that will now allow you to watch certain games on your device through the app. Pretty sweet, as it says that the app will stream live for 9 of the final 13 home games on MSU's schedule for this season. May be worth it for some of us that don't get to make it up for many games (or are stuck at a wedding rehearsal dinner and the bride's cousin just.won't.shut.up). Also, hopefully your carrier has good service where you are wanting to watch the game
////get married, have kids, grow old
/////congrats! your video is now ready to view!
That's all I have for today, folks. Hope everyone has a great weekend, and hopefully we'll be back on the winning side of things on Monday with MSU baseball.