Nearing 33, Brittney Reese has a young inspiration for her long, remarkable career

Posted on: August 23,2019

The following article is written by former Museum Executive Director, Rick Cleveland and was originally published at Before Gulfport native Brittney Reese became a world champion long jumper, an Olympic gold medalist and a single mother, she was high school and junior college basketball star with a decision to make: Basketball or track and […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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Posted on: July 01,2019

The big news this past week was Ole Miss Interim Athletic Director Keith Carter’s decision not to extend the contract of Rebels baseball coach Mike Bianco for a customary fourth year. Bianco’s present contract will run out in three years.   Mississippi State’s Jake Mangum signed with the New York Mets but received a signing bonus […]

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Posted on: May 20,2019

Post-season baseball is upon us. This is the week that Mississippi State, Southern Miss, Ole Miss and Delta State head to  tournaments. MSU is seeded fourth in the SEC tournament in Hoover while defending tournament champion Ole Miss is going as the No. 7 seed. Ole Miss was scheduled to play Missouri at 1 p.m. in […]

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Posted on: May 13,2019

Mississippi State baseball continued their domination of Ole Miss with a weekend sweep in Oxford. It was the second straight year that State (42-10) has swept their in-state rivals. Over the last three seasons, they are 14-2 against the Rebels under three different head coaches. Mississippi State has positioned themselves for a top 4 seed […]

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Posted on: April 29,2019

History was made twice at Mississippi State this week. Jake Mangum achieved a historic honor as he became the all-time Southeastern Conference hits leader on Saturday with his 353rdcareer hit, passing LSU’s Eddie Furniss (352).  MSU has three first round picks  The other notable accomplishment in Starkville this week was for the first time in […]

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Posted on: April 15,2019

The 83rd annual Masters Golf Tournament from Augusta, Georgia, was a historic one. The Super Bowl of the golf world showcased their best. Forty-three-year-old Tiger Woods, in one of the most remarkable comebacks in golf history, won his fifth Green Jacket and first since 2005. Whether you love or hate Tiger, you must admit he does […]