Author: Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame

Dale’s Sideline Report

Posted on: August 12,2019

Who will play quarterback at Mississippi State? MSU head coach Joe Moorhead brought in Penn State transfer Tommy Stevens to compete with junior Keytaon Thompson. Moorhead talked about the battle Saturday at MSU media day in Starkville. “I want my quarterback to beat you with his brain, his arm and his legs. I think the […]

Dale’s Sideline Report

Posted on: July 15,2019

The sports world last week in Mississippi was about boasting about last year’s athletic accomplishments — a little baseball, a spice of basketball, and some hall of fame news in a very slow week.  MSU Athletic Director John Cohen had a good week. He was appointed to a four-year term on the NCAA Division I […]

2018 C Spire Conerly Nominees Announced

Posted on: November 19,2018

Jackson, MS – The ten nominees for the 23rd annual C Spire Conerly Trophy, which goes to the most outstanding college football player in Mississippi, were announced today. Players are chosen by their respective schools and a combination of votes from the C Spire fan voting and a poll of sports news media representatives who […]

Dale's Sideline View 10/15/18

Posted on: October 15,2018

If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that’s a full day. That’s a heck of a day, You do that seven days a week, you’re going to have something special,” said Jim Valvano, former basketball coach at North Carolina State, as he was accepting the Arthur Ashe Courage and Humanitarian Award at the first […]

The Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame & Museum Introduces the Class of 2019

Posted on: September 27,2018

Jackson, MS – The Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame is proud to announce the Induction Class of 2019.  The addition of the six new members will raise the number of those recognized to 316. “This class shows that Mississippi continues to produce more world-class athletes per capita than any other state” according to Executive Director […]

Dale's Sideline View

Posted on: September 24,2018

Many questions are being asked about how Kentucky upset Mississippi State. Were they looking ahead to this week’s game?  How did Kentucky dominate Mississippi State? One thing I can say is that Mississippi State was vastly exposed Saturday night. Entering the game, MSU was ranked second in the Southeastern Conference in scoring offense and defense. They […]

Dale's Sideline View 9/17

Posted on: September 17,2018

Week three of the college football season is in the books. What did we learn? Mississippi State has a very good football team, and Ole Miss has lots of work to do. Mississippi State improved to 3-0, and with their lopsided win over Louisiana-Lafayette the Bulldogs moved up to #14 in the latest Associated Press […]