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Dale’s Sideline Report

Posted on: January 14,2019

The National Football League Conference championships are set as the four best teams made the games this year. The New Orleans Saints held off the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles while the L.A. Rams dropped the Dallas Cowboys to set up the NFC Championship game Sunday in New Orleans between the Saints and the […]

Dale’s Sideline Report

Posted on: January 05,2019

Super Bowl LIII is set with the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots facing off on Sunday, February 3, in Atlanta.  Both teams won overtime thrillers as the Patriots won a  thrilling 37-31 contest over the K.C. Chiefs, while the Rams stole one from the New Orleans Saints, 26-23. It is the first time in […]

Dale’s Sideline Report

Posted on: December 03,2018

The college playoffs are set as SEC champion Alabama (13-0) will take on Oklahoma (12-1) in the Orange Bowl while Notre Dame (13-0) plays Clemson (13-0) in the Cotton Bowl. Both games are December 29with the winners heading west to Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, California, to meet in the national championship game on January […]

Dale’s Sideline Report

Posted on: November 25,2018

College football stole the weekend with some great rival games. In Mississippi, we had another edition of the Egg Bowl, and the only excitement was the third period melee between the teams that allowed the referees to apply 157 personal fouls on a play that did not even count. The Rebels snapped the ball after […]

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 […]

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 […]

Dales's Sideline View

Posted on: August 31,2018

It’s finally here! College football 2018 begins this Thursday in Mississippi.  The key match-up Thursday will be the “Battle of the Sword” between Millsaps and Belhaven. Mississippi College will also be at home as they host Clark Atlanta in Clinton. Delta State will head to Stephenville, Texas, Wednesday morning for their Thursday game against Tarleton State. Mississippi Valley […]