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Mississippi State coach Ben Howland fields questions from the media regarding the Bulldogs' next opponent, Georgia. 

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STARKVILLE • Mississippi State men’s basketball coach Ben Howland was fined $25,000 by the SEC office for comments he made about officiating during his Monday press conference following a 60-59 loss at LSU.

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No. 10 Mississippi State survived a scare and defeated LSU for the seventh straight time on Thursday. Head coach Vic Schaefer spoke with the media following his team's 64-60 victory along with guards Jordan Danberry and Andra Espinoza-Hunter and forward/center Jessika Carter. 

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Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer along with sophomore guards Xaria Wiggins and Myah Taylor talk about their upcoming game against LSU. 

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STARKVILLE – Mississippi State instantly got better on both sides of the ball on Wednesday when running back Kylin Hill and linebacker Erroll Thompson announced they were returning for their senior years.

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Former Florida State transfer Tre Lawson enrolled in classes at Mississippi State on Tuesday, becoming the ninth member of the Bulldogs’ class to arrive early for the spring semester.

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Mississippi State picked up its first Southeastern Conference victory of the season with a 72-45 win over Missouri on Tuesday. Head coaches Ben Howland and Cuonzo Martin shared their comments after the game along with Bulldog standouts Reggie Perry and Tyson Carter. 

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STARKVILLE – Having started 0-3 in Southeastern Conference play, Tuesday’s game against Missouri was about as must-win as a game can get in January for Mississippi State.

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PULLMAN, Wash. • Nick Rolovich has left behind the beaches of Oahu for the wheat fields of the Palouse and the chance to see if his pass-happy, high-scoring style can work at Washington State.

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Mississippi State men's basketball coach Ben Howland speaks on the Bulldogs' 0-3 start to SEC play and their upcoming opponent Missouri. 

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Looking Back: The Bulldogs have lost their first three conference contests, starting with an 80-68 setback at home to Auburn. MSU then lost back-to-back games at Alabama 90-69 and also at the buzzer to LSU, 60-59.

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STARKVILLE • Mississippi State athletics director John Cohen told Joe Moorhead on the morning of Jan. 3 that he was taking the football program in a different direction.

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BATON ROUGE, La. • Skylar Mays hit a jumper from just inside the 3-point line at the buzzer to give LSU a 60-59 victory against Mississippi State in a Southeastern Conference game Saturday.

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STARKVILLE • Midway through his introductory press conference as Mississippi State’s new football coach, Mike Leach peered down from the podium at MSU’s live mascot “Jak,” who was getting a little rambunctious in a room filled with reporters and fans.

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Mississippi State men's basketball coach Ben Howland breaks down the Bulldogs' next opponent LSU and the change in travel plans to Baton Rouge due to the expected inclement weather. 

COLUMBIA, Mo. • With a 79-64 wire-to-wire victory against Missouri at Mizzou Arena on Thursday night, Mississippi State’s women set a program record with their 14th- straight road win.

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STARKVILLE • If Mississippi State’s coaching search were compared to a game of UNO, athletic director John Cohen saved his wild card to play for the win.

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Mississippi State stumbled for the second time in conference play Wednesday night and fell at Alabama, 90-69. After the game, head coaches Ben Howland and Nate Oats spoke along with Bulldog players Nick Weatherspoon and Robert Woodard II and Crimson Tide players Kira Lewis Jr. and Galin Smith. 

No. 13 Mississippi State will try to extend the nation’s longest road winning streak to 14 games tonight as its travels to Missouri to take on the only team to beat the Bulldogs during SEC play last year.

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Mississippi State men's basketball coach Ben Howland meets with the media prior to the Bulldogs' first SEC road game at Alabama. 

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New England Patriots’ special teams coordinator/ wide receivers coach Joe Judge has emerged as one of the leading candidates to fill Mississippi State’s head coaching vacancy.

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Mississippi State fell in its season opener to No. 8 Auburn on Saturday, 80-68. Head coaches Ben Howland and Bruce Pearl broke down the game along with Bulldog sophomores Reggie Perry and Robert Woodard II. 

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