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No. 1 Mississippi State vs No. 3 UCLA Women’s Elite Eight Preview

The Bulldogs had their way with NC State, as they take the Elite Eight stage against the Bruins

McCowan, William lead Mississippi State into Elite Eight

The Bulldogs are 35-1, as they have and will continue to be a force to be reckoned with.

No. 1 Mississippi State vs No. 4 NC State Women’s Sweet 16 Preview

The Bulldogs are ready for a Kansas City showdown, as they take on the Wolfpack.

Why March Madness belongs to Morgan William

Standing at 5’5" is the most dangerous weapon on the brightest stage, and her name is Morgan William.

Morgan William leads No. 1 Mississippi State to Sweet 16

It was a hard-fought battle, but tenacious defense lifted the Bulldogs to a 71-56 victory.

No. 1 Mississippi State vs No. 9 Oklahoma State Women’s Basketball Tournament Preview

The Bulldogs welcome the Cowgirls to Starkville, as Roshunda Johnson looks to take advantage of a golden opportunity.

Mississippi State rolls past Nicholls State 95-50

The Bulldogs move on, as round one was a walk in the park.

No. 1 Mississippi State vs No. 16 Nicholls State Women’s Basketball Tournament Preview

The Bulldogs are ready, as this year’s team is in prime position to make a run at their ultimate goal.

Which Mississippi State Women’s Basketball star will take over March Madness?

March is the month that stars are born, as Jazzmun Holmes is one in the making.

How Mississippi State’s Erroll Thompson will steal SEC headlines

It takes one who is fearless to lead a defense, as this Bulldog is ready, willing, and able.

No. 2 Mississippi State falls to No. 8 South Carolina 62-51

The Bulldogs are now 32-1, as the Gamecocks make history with another SEC tournament championship.

No. 2 Mississippi State outlasts No. 15 Texas A&M 70-55

Though the Bulldogs won by double-digits, it was a straight dogfight to the very end, as Mississippi State rolls on to the championship game.

No. 2 Mississippi State vs No. 15 Texas A&M Women’s Basketball Preview

The 31-0 Bulldogs take on the Aggies in a much anticipated SEC Tournament Semifinal.

How Vic Schaefer has revolutionized Women’s College Basketball

The Bulldogs have become a force to be reckoned with, in large part due to a coach that knows more than a thing or two about the game.

No. 2 Mississippi State takes care of Kentucky 85-63

After a tough test from the Wildcats, the Bulldogs knew when to slam the door, as a perfect 30-0 season is in the books.

No. 2 Mississippi State at Kentucky Women’s Basketball Preview

The 29-0 and SEC Champion Bulldogs travel to Lexington to take on the Kentucky Wildcats.

No. 2 Mississippi State vs Auburn Women’s Basketball Preview

Fresh off a historical afternoon in Stark Vegas, the Bulldogs welcome Auburn to the Hump on Senior Night.

Maroon Moment of the Week: Jack Cristil’s First Broadcast

The legendary Jack Cristil made his first call in 1953 for the Mississippi State Maroons.

Today in MSU History: MSU upsets #23 Tennessee

9/24/1994 - Mississippi State upset #23 Tennessee, 24-21. State converted two 4th downs on the final drive, highlighted by receptions by star receiver Eric Moulds.

Today in MSU History: State wins at Washington

In 1977, State knocked off the Washington Huskies in Seattle - the eventual Rose Bowl Champions. The win was later vacated by the NCAA as Bob Tyler left Mississippi State in a wake of controversy.

Today in MSU History: Sherrill's First Upset

September 7, 1991 - 13th ranked Texas came to Starkville and were upset by Longhorn-killer Jackie Sherrill and the upstart Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Today in MSU History: State wins at Texas

Jackie Sherrill, Sleepy Robinson, and a steer named Wild Willie all helped Mississippi State begin the 1992 season with a victory at Texas.

Today in MSU history: Dudy Noble was born

May 6, 1893 - A Mississippi A&M / State legend was born. C.R. "Dudy" Noble.

A tornado hits the 2008 SEC Tournament

A game-tying 3 that saved lives. A tornado. Games delayed. Venue moved. And the worst team in the SEC went on a 4-day winning binge. The oddest SEC Tournament ever.

Timmy Bowers's heroics win MSU an SEC Title

Timmy Bowers's clutch shots in regulation and overtime cap an 18-point comeback in Tuscaloosa, as MSU wins the outright 2004 SEC Title.

President Colvard accepts bid to 1963 NCAA Tourney

After 3 of Mississippi State's SEC Championship teams were forced to decline invitations to play in the NCAA Tournament, President Colvard defied Mississippi's government and sent Mississippi State to play integrated schools in the NCAA Tournament.

Today in MSU History: Jack Cristil Retires

Who will ever forget Jack's last game for the Bulldogs.

Today in MSU History: Phil Turner's Game Winner


Today in MSU History: Water bottles on court

February 16, 2010

Today in MSU History: Ervin Returns to the Hump

After leaving Mississippi State for Arkansas, Gary Ervin did not feel the Valentines Day love in Starkville during his return to Mississippi State.


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