Monthly Archives: December 2016

Weatherspoon Dominating, Bulldogs Rolling As SEC Play Nears

Quinndary Weatherspoon has 52 points in his last two games combined. Despite a wrist injury that, for about one week, appeared to have ended his season, the sophomore is averaging 19.1 points per game as his Mississippi State basketball team … Continue reading

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Mullen, MSU Aiming For Momentum In St. Pete

Bowl games are strange in the way that they don’t technically have much meaning or bearing on the individual seasons of the teams involved, but they have the ability to make a world of difference in ways that don’t show … Continue reading

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The A-Train: On The Making, The Legend And The Future Of Aeris Williams

THE MAKING Sitting in his office in the field house at West Point High School last week, Chris Chambless got a call from his wife – Aeris Williams had just walked in the door and Chambless had better finish work … Continue reading

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SEC Commish Sankey Speaks At MSU Graduation, Offers Advice And Shares Experiences

If Greg Sankey ever pens a book on his professional successes, this story – the one he shared as the guest speaker at Mississippi State University’s commencement Friday night – is likely to be his first chapter. It may even … Continue reading

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Cohen Shares Excitement For Bowl, Pride In Academic Success

Stay in school, kids. It pays to have good grades. Or, at the very least, it can get you a trip to south Florida in late December, which is also good. That’s why Mississippi State’s football team, despite its 5-7 … Continue reading

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