Monthly Archives: October 2012

Q&A: Corey Broomfield on defending Texas A&M, recovering from Alabama and more

I do love Corey Broomfield. And Mississippi State’s senior safety loves to talk, which to me, sounds like a perfect combination for our weekly question and answer session. Obviously, the big topic of discussion was MSU’s defense preparing to facing … Continue reading

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Wilson, MSU defense studying blueprint to stop “Johnny Football”

Up until he faced the staunch and smothering Alabama defense, Mississippi State’s junior running back LaDarius Perkins was the leading rusher in the SEC. Now? He’s been over-taken by the guy his defense will have to stop this week. He’s … Continue reading

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Mullen on rebounding after loss to Alabama and preparing for “the biggest game of the year”

Coming off his first loss in nearly a year, Dan Mullen had a lot of messages to share in his weekly Monday press conference. Namely, he’s ready for Mississippi State to take the field over the final month of the … Continue reading

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Sunday ThingamaBob: Yes, there is good to be taken from MSU’s first loss, but plenty of lessons to heed

To quote the theme song of one of my favorite ‘90s sitcoms, “You’re mother warned you there’d be days like this.” Then, to quote everyone’s favorite karaoke song, “Don’t stop believin’.” Mississippi State’s 38-7 loss to No. 1 Alabama was, … Continue reading

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Rick Ray, Vic Schaefer introduced to nation at SEC Media Day

Call it a Bar Mitzvah, a first date, or whatever type of introduction event you like. New Mississippi State basketball coaches Rick Ray and Vic Shaefer were introduced to the conference and country on Thursday as a part of SEC … Continue reading

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Striking similarities set up “a fight” between Mississippi State, Alabama

Undefeated. 7-0 and in the upper echelon of the SEC West. Strong running game. Underrated and efficient quarterback with an impressive touchdown-to-turnover ratio One of the top teams in the country in turnover differential. Big-time defense full of future NFL … Continue reading

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LaDarius Perkins humble as SEC’s leading rusher, but not surprised

A couple quick facts on Mississippi State junior running back LaDarius Perkins: He leads the Southeastern Conference in rushing at a hair over 103 yards per game. He’s also the only running back in the country with a rushing touchdown … Continue reading

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Videos: MSU coaches and players talk Alabama

What’s that you say? You like interviews, you’re excited for Mississippi State-Alabama this weekend and you’re curious what the Bulldog coaches and players are saying about the game? Well then, how nice that you ended up here. Cheesy openers aside, … Continue reading

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Mullen on respect, injuries and what MSU has to do to beat Alabama

Big game? Big game. But Dan Mullen said, truth be told, he doesn’t treat No .1 Alabama much differently than he does anyone else. Mississippi State’s head coach says if they practice well, they’ll likely play well. However, he does … Continue reading

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Sunday ThingamaBob: MSU talking National Championship as offense rolls, stars lead and defense suffocates

Don’t be alarmed. Don’t get too excited. And also, don’t doubt him. LaDarius Perkins, as well as his teammates, are talkin’ National Championship. “We’ve got the chance to do it,” Mississippi State’s junior running back said Saturday night. Indeed they … Continue reading

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