It has been 10 years since former Mississippi State University quarterback Tyson Lee stepped off of the field one last time, following a 41-27 victory over The University of Mississippi in the 2009 egg bowl.
The weather in Starkville cleared up just long enough Saturday for Mississippi State University to get their spring football Maroon and White Game played in the midst of Super Bulldog Weekend.
The American Alliance of Football, also known as the AAF, has "suspended operations" as of Wednesday, with the possible cause being a lack of financial support.
Scouts from all 32 NFL teams, along with some scouts from the CFL, crowded around the Mississippi State University football players at the Palmeiro Center for the biggest job interview of their lives.
Jeffery Simmons, a former MSU defensive lineman from Macon, was preparing for the NFL draft this April 25-27 when he suffered a major setback according to a statement released on his Twitter.
A new class of "Bullpups" officially joined the Mississippi State University family today, as 22 players signed national letters of intent to continue their education and athletic careers at MSU.
While many hearts were left broken throughout Saints' country following the NFC Championship Game, one thing was made clear: the NFL does whatever the hell it wants.
There is more to life than just football, and the same can be said about a bowl game. On the surface, a bowl game is just a football game. However, as the Mississippi State University players, coaching staff and their families learned, bowl games are more than that.
The ball dropped to the ground, along with the hope of Mississippi State University scoring a late touchdown to win the game. The University of Iowa won 27-22 with the Bulldogs falling short, just like the pass, of a 9-4 season.
The vibration of clanging stadium cowbells on beat feels completely different standing on the painted, turf sidelines under Saturday night lights.
In a year of firsts, new football head coach Joe Moorhead and the Mississippi State University Bulldogs will play Iowa for the first time in the Outback Bowl.
Mississippi State University's football team's first season under new head coach Joe Moorhead ended with winning the most important trophy for MSU and the players getting to smoke their victory cigars.
As Jeffery Simmons, a junior defensive lineman from Macon, was interviewed, he held a cigar in his hand. The sweet, smoky smell from the players' cigars filled the air as they relished in their victory and receiving the Golden Egg back.
Justin Johnson, a senior wide receiver from Birmingham, Alabama, walked out of the tunnel onto Scott Field at Davis Wade Stadium one last time as a Mississippi State University Bulldog for the military appreciation game.
The crowd erupted as the C-17 flew low over the stadium, and they would erupt many more times with the clanging of cowbells as Mississippi State University defeated the University of Arkansas on senior day 52-6.
One day is not enough, one uniform does not do them justice, one game cannot show our gratitude. The veterans from Mississippi State University, the state of Mississippi and those of the U.S. deserve more than just a day, just a uniform and just a game for their sacrifice.
Mississippi State University has a rich tradition in football and military service, though these two may not seem connected. Football uses a lot of terms from war such as field general, captain, command, trenches, air raids, defense and blitzes.
As the Tuscaloosa Saturday night air brought in chilly air and red faces, it also blew in punting improvement for Mississippi State University's kicker Tucker Day.
There have only been two interceptions thrown by the University of Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa, a sophomore quarterback from Ewa Beach, Hawaii. One found the hands of Mississippi State University's Willie Gay Jr., a sophomore linebacker from Starkville.
Against the number one team, Mississippi State University was unable to execute, get breaks or outperform the University of Alabama, as they lost by a score of 24-0. However head coach Joe Moorhead said Alabama is what should motivate the Bulldogs every single day.
Sitting atop the pinnacle of college football is Nick Saban and the University of Alabama Crimson Tide. When Mississippi State University travels to Tuscaloosa for this Saturday's game, it will be the biggest test of the year for MSU, and head coach Joe Moorhead recognizes the challenge the …
Stephen Guidry lunged forward for the pylon, and the official threw his arms up to signal touchdown as Mississippi State University jumped in front of Louisiana Tech University early on in MSU's victory.
Consistency, both on and off the field, is a key point the Mississippi State University football team has focused on throughout the season. Challenges have arose and players have had to overcome adversity throughout this season, making the MSU win versus Texas A&M a ‘silver lining,' wrap…
The young men gather in the west corner of the south end zone, take a knee and say a quick prayer before going to battle on the football field.
The Friday night before Mississippi State University's game against Texas A&M, head coach Joe Moorhead decided they were going to come out and make a statement by being more aggressive in how they called offensive plays, and it payed off.
Head coach Joe Moorhead hugged Nick Fitzgerald, senior quarterback from Richmond Hills, Georgia, after he led a touchdown drive in the opening series, propelling Mississippi State University (5-3, 2-3) to a victory over Texas A&M University (5-3, 3-2) with a final score of 28-13.
Mississippi State University has been on a rollercoaster ride of wins and losses this season.
Mississippi State University (9-4-2) looked for three points Thursday night against the University of Arkansas (10-3-3), as SEC play enters its final week.
Pride and tradition are the two words best describing the uniforms LSU's football team wore to honor their students who fought in WW1. LSU (5-2, 3-1 SEC) went into the game not only playing for the previous students, but also for the 101,340 fans who filled the stadium. The Tigers came out w…
In a game where LSU's Silent Season of 1918 was honored, Mississippi State University’s offense was deathly silent with only 260 yards of total offense, and just three points to show for their trip to Baton Rouge.
SEC football is won and lost in the trenches, or in other words, the line of scrimmage.
There is a certain lore hanging over night games at Death Valley in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. When No. 22 Mississippi State University travels there for their game against No. 9 Louisiana State University, they will search for their 21st win at LSU, and their 36th all time win against the Tigers.
As the sun set over Davis Wade Stadium, the Saturday night lights wrapped Scott Field in victory. The Mississippi State University (4-2) football team beat Auburn University (4-2) 23-9 and lit the field with bold pink socks and undeniable effort after a two-game losing streak.
Two play reviews and eight quarters later, Mississippi State University (4-2, 1-2 SEC) finally scored a touchdown as Nick Fitzgerald trucked into the end zone to make it a 13-3 lead over Auburn (4-2, 1-2 SEC) to end the second quarter.
Mississippi State University’s football team has struggled to produce on offense. However, defensive coordinator Bob Shoop said his defense has risen to the challenge.
A championship standard requires a championship level of patience from a team's fans. Mississippi State University is at the same place now as they were last season, and it is only the first year under head coach Joe Moorhead.
On Saturday night, Mississippi State University's football team faced the University of Florida in Starkville.
A rain of booing descended on former head coach Dan Mullen as he and his new team took the field. By the end of the game, Mullen left Davis Wade with a smile on his face as the University of Florida (4-1) beat Mississippi State University (3-2) 13-6.
The ultimate goal of a team is not to play well, but to win, which was one focus from Mississippi State University as they prepared to play the University of Florida.
Mississippi State University fans did not see this coming, but, in all honesty, it was bound to happen someway.
Numbers are significant in football, 89 is the number of starts the No. 14-ranked Mississippi State University offensive line have collectively. The bonds of the front five can often determine the outcome of the game.
in Mississippi State University’s 56-10 win over the University of Louisiana Lafayette, Keith Mixon Jr., a junior wide receiver from Birmingham, Alabama, had 80 receiving yards. This nearly matched his career high from last year’s game against LSU, marking his overcoming of obstacles due to …
As Mississippi State University ran onto the field, running back Kylin Hill, a sophomore from Columbus, ran with a teal flag reading "No one fights alone" in honor of Alex Wilcox.
After Mississippi State University football's dominate performances over Kansas State University and Stephen F. Austin University, there was still one thing defensive coordinator Bob Shoop wanted to see improved.
Hunter and Megan recap MSU football's game against KSU and preview the upcoming game against Louisiana Lafayette.
Head coach Joe Moorhead started a tradition at Fordham University and kept it with him when he took over the Mississippi State University’s football team.
After Mississippi State University’s season-opener victory at home where they won 63-6, MSU’s (1-0) football team began preparing for their next game against Kansas State University (1-0).
Coming off of a 63-6 victory over Stephen F. Austin (0-1), Mississippi State University (1-0) heads on the road where the defense looks to prove itself against a talented offensive threat, Kansas State University (1-0).
It took 12 seconds for sophomore running back Kylin Hill, to score the first touchdown in a game under Joe Moorhead.