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MSU News & Notes | Monday, March 31, 2014

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A quick set of news and links to kick off your week.

Butch Dill

Peter Gibbons: Let me ask you something. When you come in on Monday and you're not feeling real well, does anyone ever say to you, "Sounds like someone has a case of the Mondays?"

Lawrence: No. No, man. Sh*t, no, man. I believe you'd get your ass kicked sayin' something like that, man.

Your news and notes for this beautiful Monday morning

Prescott creating "Manning-type" buzz in Mississippi - Mississippi Sport Magazine

A nice look at the hype surrounding Dak Prescott entering this fall

No. 17 Bulldogs Down No. 48 Ole Miss In 4-2 Thriller In Oxford - HailState.com

The tennis Dogs won its matchup with rival Ole Miss on Sunday.  The women's team was not so lucky, however.

Bulldogs' Stellar Season Ends In WNIT Heart-Breaker To South Florida - HailState.com

At what point are MSU coaches required to tell potential prospects, "hey, there's a strong chance that you'll experience a gut-wrenching loss at some point in your career.  Like, it won't be anywhere close to fair."  It seems to happen often to State teams, and the women's team was the latest victim Sunday night.  South Florida hit a three pointer as time expired to win the game, 60-58.  South Carolina's baseball team won two games on walk-off home runs this weekend; our women's bball team gets the dagger instead.  Sometimes sports aren't fair.  The good news though is that this team is STACKED for 2014-15, and their run to end the year will only bolster their confidence going into the fall.  Keep your heads up, ladies, and I look forward to watching you in the NCAA tourney next spring.

Bulldogs Complete Sweep Of Marshall With 9-1 Win - HailState.com

Softball broke out the brooms on Sunday to finish off a non-conference series with Marshall.

Alex Detz, Jacob Lindgren power MSU to 5-1 Sunday win to claim third SEC series - FWtCT

This baseball team just keeps on rolling, as State clinched its third SEC series win Sunday with a 5-1 win.  The Bulldogs now face their toughest test of the season this upcoming weekend as they head to Baton Rouge to take on LSU, who...

LSU baseball swept at Florida - The Advocate

Well, that doesn't happen very often.