MSU Football Historical
Stacked with talent on offense, the SEC boasts some of its most prolific stars.
Jenkins, the newest Packer, will be heavily relied on and given the tough task of protecting one of the game’s best quarterbacks, Aaron Rodgers.
Mississippi State has been a staple for talent at defensive linemen and Sweat showed why in Indianapolis.
The Bulldogs are all in, as media day gave those in and around the game reason to believe that Mississippi State is ready to go for the gold.
Whether ranked or not, every team has, is, and always will understand Kansas State’s potential to upset anybody, combined with the wizardry of coach Bill Snyder.
In dire need of a trusted offensive lineman, they got a great one in Rankin, as he will be protecting quarterback DeShaun Watson
Martinas Rankin and Jordan Thomas look to shine.
Jackie Sherrill has finally been inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame for his accomplishments.
As we countdown the final days leading up to Christmas, we thought it would be fun to give our readers a gift each day, much along the lines of the "12 days of Christmas". For 12 days, we'll be bringing you a small bit of MSU history, as a gift!
The Egg Bowl rivalry has always been a fiercely contested in-state rivalry, but at one point, the fierceness got to be a bit too much off the field among fanbases. What did the two teams do to correct that? They brought about the Golden Egg trophy.
Just two years previous, the Bulldogs snapped a 22-game SEC losing streak against the Tigers. In 1963, State was able to down a #5 Auburn squad 13-10 in a game played in Jackson, Mississippi.
We've all heard of the "Mack Brown recruited ______ player as a safety" meme, but long before that, there was the time that Jackie Sherrill recruited Mount Olive QB Steve McNair as a defensive back. Of course, many teams did.
A look back at the first ever meeting between the Bulldogs and Cowboys in 1970 at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Jackson.
In 2007, the MIssissippi State Bulldogs just found a way to win when they needed to do so. One play that best represents this opportunistic team was Anthony Johnson's 100-yard pick-six in the closing minute of the first half against Alabama.
It’s official! MSU at Louisville Tuesday at 8 p.m. in NIT quarterfinal play. ESPN will have the broadcast. #HailState pic.twitter.com/gmmld13uZX— MSU Men's Basketball (@HailStateMBK) March 19, 2018