Well, they don't call it March Madness for nothing! Yesterday kicked off the first full day of action in the annual craziness known as the men's NCAA tournament, and the opening day action was no disappointment. There were upsets everywhere, including the 12 seeds ruling the day. Get your full recap here, if you are trying to get caught up before day two begins.
In addition to the NCAA Tourney, there's plenty going on in the world of MSU sports this weekend. Get caught up on women's basketball's win, spring practice, and the upcoming weekend schedule for a few sports in today's MSU News & Notes.
Bulldogs Down Tulane In WNIT Opener, Host USM Monday At 7 - HailState.com
Five Lady Dawgs scored in double figures as the women's basketball team (20-13) cruised to a 77-68 win over Tulane in the first round of the Women's NIT. They will host Southern Miss (27-6) on Monday at 7 p.m. in the Hump. Go support them if you can!
Sights and Sounds: Dak Prescott in QB drills, Dan Mullen coaches Chris Jones - Clarion Ledger
Mississippi State took to the field for its second practice of the spring. In case you missed what happened here's a summary through pictures and video.
Bulldogs Welcome Vanderbilt To Town For SEC Home Opener - HailState.com
The Diamond Dogs (15-8) take on the Vanderbilt Commodores (19-3) in a big series this weekend at Dudy Noble. Tonight's game will be on CSS, and tomorrow night's will be broadcast on ESPNU.
No. 22 MSU Men's Tennis Returns Home To Host LSU On Friday - HailState.com
After being on the road seemingly forever, the men's tennis team returns home this afternoon to take on the LSU Tigers. It should be a pretty day, so if you're in town go watch them in action!
Bulldogs Travel To Auburn For Third SEC Series - HailState.com
After two tough conference-opening series, the softball Bulldogs travel to the Plains to take on Auburn this weekend.
NCAA Tournament 2014: Schedule and bracket for Friday's games - FWtCT
If you're watching tournament action today, you can get the full schedule of games over on our front page.
New restaurants, hotel will complement Mill project - Columbus Dispatch
As you may have noticed from my post yesterday on the subject, I'm pretty pumped about the Mill at MSU kicking off after a decade of discussion and revision. Turns out that more is known about the project than what I included yesterday, including that it will have a Holiday Inn as a part of the development, and some restaurants have already been announced.