While no college or university from the state of Mississippi made the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, it still could offer one of the craziest years for March Madness in recent memory.
Tonight would be like your average summer night in Canada," Winnipeg Blue Bombers Assistant General Manager and Director of U.S. Scouting Danny McManus explained as the second annual Jackson Combine wrapped up Friday, Jan. 29.
Will it be Cam Newton or Petyon Manning? Will the Broncos' top-ranked defense trample the 11th-ranked Panthers offense? Or will Denver's 16th-ranked offense fall flat against Carolina's sixth-ranked defense? This year's Super Bowl has plenty of contrast and plenty of questions.
You'll have to forgive University of Southern Mississippi football fans if they act like it is 2011 again this week.
The Mississippi State University Lady Bulldogs basketball team will play a game that is not only an opportunity but also a measuring stick for the a rising program.
Just eight teams with a chance to reach this year's Super Bowl remain. All the top ones play this weekend after coming off their bye last week. While the playoffs don't have as many Mississippi players as they did in years past, a few players from our state are still standing.
The 2015-2016 NFL Season is hardly in the books, and coaches are already getting the ax. One coach doesn't have to worry about that, but he does get to pick his next landing spot.
The history of the Mississippi State University women's basketball team is light on success, to say the least.
The first-ever Celebration Bowl will feature this year's SWAC champion, the Alcorn State University Braves, against this year's MEAC champion, the North Carolina A&T University Aggies.
All three Mississippi schools are back in bowls this season, and Alcorn State University is in the mix this year, which means four state teams will play.