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MSU’s Cowbell Conundrum

As published in the Mar/Apr 2014 issue of Maroon Magazine™ By Josh Barnhill - MaroonAndWhiteNation.com Contributing Writer When the SEC created the … [read more...]

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Year Two vs. Year One Under Freeze: Stats That Matter

As published in the Jan/Feb 2014 Issue of Rebel Nation Magazine™ BY SEPH ANDERSON, Contributing Writer Photos Greg Pevey In his second year leading the Ole … [read more...]

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Mississippi Recruiting: Home Grown Talent

HOW IMPORTANT ARE MISSISSIPPI HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS TO THE SUCCESS OF THE BIG 3’s FOOTBALL PROGRAMS? By Jay White Contributing Writer As printed in the … [read more...]

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Injuries in Youth Sports – How Young is too Young?

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By Acey Roberts Contributing Writer In the South, we have a special love affair for our sports teams and our sports heroes. In almost every town in Mississippi, Friday night is the time where cross town rivalries are played out on a 100 yard field that you probably played on and perhaps your … [Continue Reading...]

May/June issue Now Available

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The May/June issue is coming soon to newsstands everywhere. Our cover story will feature USM and NFL legend Ray Guy as we get his thoughts and reaction regarding his upcoming induction into the NFL Hall of Fame this summer. We catch up with former Golden Eagle football player and MS native Howard … [Continue Reading...]

Central Mississippi takes Center Stage at 2014 CrossFit Regionals in San Antonio

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By Jake Wimberly, Contributing Writer From the Gulf Coast to Desoto County and everywhere in between, the state of Mississippi has a proud heritage.  From great food, music, hospitality and more – this state offers everyone something they can enjoy and be proud of. One word though, that has never … [Continue Reading...]

Prescott creating “Manning-type” buzz in Mississippi

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By Jake Wimberly Contributing Writer March 30, 2014 Coming into the 1969 college football season, all the hype and focus was on Mississippi quarterback Archie Manning. Manning, who grew up in Drew, Mississippi had the weight of the state and the college football world on his … [Continue Reading...]

How high should expectations be in Oxford?

NCAA FOOTBALL: DEC 30 Music City Bowl - Georgia Tech v Ole Miss

By Dr. SEC – www.DrSec.org Special to Mississippi Sports Magazine March 30, 2014 Photos by Bobby McDuffie The talent pool Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze inherited when he arrived in Oxford wasn’t considered deep or even comparable with the top schools in the Southeastern Conference. Three … [Continue Reading...]

Where are they Now: RAY PERKINS

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By John Davis Contributing Writer September/October 2013 - JUCO Football With a career as successful and fulfilling as the one Ray Perkins has had in football, it’s hard to pinpoint one moment that stands out above the rest. When you take into account the amount of standout players he has been … [Continue Reading...]