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Dale’s Sideline View

Posted on: November 11,2019

Four weeks ago, there were 16 unbeaten college football teams. The list shortened again as Alabama and Penn State fell from those ranks. The Crimson Tide lost at home to unbeaten LSU while Penn State fell at undefeated Minnesota. The final five still with perfect marks are LSU, Minnesota, Ohio State, Baylor and defending national […]

Dale’s Sideline View

Posted on: November 03,2019

The list of unbeaten college football teams keeps getting shorter. SMU and Appalachian State both fell last week to shorten the list to seven entering this week. This time of year we seem to have elimination games each Saturday. This week is no different since two more unbeaten teams Minnesota and Penn State meet in […]

Dale’s Sideline View

Posted on: October 28,2019

LSU leap frogged Alabama to take over the top spot in the college football polls this past weekend. LSU with their win over Auburn will now travel to Tuscaloosa on November 9 to tangle with the Crimson Tide. Both teams are 8-0 on the season. The game will definitely have a huge bearing on the […]

Dale’s SidelineView

Posted on: September 30,2019

Quarterback Jack Abraham led Southern Mississippi to their first win in Conference USA play this past Saturday as the Golden Eagles downed UTEP, 31-13. USM bolted out to an early two-touchdown lead as Abraham hit on 19-of-28 passes for 351 yards and three touchdowns. The USM offense was 9-of-13 on third downs while the USM […]

Dale’s Sideline View

Posted on: September 03,2019

Southern Miss and Mississippi State both opened the 150th year of college football with wins while Ole Miss fell to Memphis.  The USM Golden Eagles used the spark of Jaylond Adams to down the pesky Alcorn Braves, 38-10. Adams may be the first player in 103 years of Southern Miss football to return the opening kickoff of […]

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 mississippitoday.org. 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 […]

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 […]