The transfer was seamless, as Costello is an SEC star in the making.
Today in MSU History
Mississippi State Women’s Basketball: Nikki McCray-Penson to take over coaching duties in Starkville
While McCray-Penson will have big shoes to fill in replacing Vic Schaefer, the former basketball star is up for the challenge.
Following Vic Schaefer’s sudden departure, the Bulldogs will be losing a key piece and team leader in Bibby
The Bulldogs took control when it mattered most en route to an 18 point win over the Wildcats.
As they appeared to be dead in the water before halftime, the Bulldogs eventually overcame their largest deficit of the season.
Though it took until the fourth quarter for the Bulldogs to impose their will on the Commodores, they did just that when it mattered most.
While the Bulldogs nearly upset a top ranked team for the second time, the Gamecocks survived per a game winning steal.
In what is sure to be their toughest road test, the Bulldogs head to Columbia to take on the Gamecocks.
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.
The Raiders needed a safety to set the tone in the defensive backfield, and they got their man in Abram.
Simmons joins a long line of defensive tackles at the pro level, as he takes his talents to Tennessee.
Howard showed out in her lone season as a Bulldog, as will be joining the 2018 champions in Seattle.
She will be joining former Bulldog Victoria Vivians, as the Fever have acquired a gem in McCowan
It took everything, and the Bulldogs took it to Auburn, resulting in a respectful ranking.
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.
The rich keep getting richer, as the Bulldogs steal a great one.
In dire need of a trusted offensive lineman, they got a great one in Rankin, as he will be protecting quarterback DeShaun Watson
She is taking her talents to Indiana, as Vivians looks to make an immediate impact with the Fever.
Some just know the game, as Taylor will take it to heights it has never seen.
While this historic season ended in heartbreak, next year may just be the complete opposite.
Arike Ogunbawle did it again, as the Bulldogs are well familiar with beating the buzzer.
The Bulldogs have come this far, as they look to capture their first ever national title.
The Bulldogs put on a one of a kind show in Columbus, as they are only a game away at 37-1.
It will be an SEC showdown, as the Bulldogs square off against the Razorbacks in Fayetteville.
The Bulldogs are in full force and in familiar territory, as they go head to head with the Cardinals.
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