Saturday, September 3, 2005 Bulldog Sports Links

Today's Bulldog sports links from around the 'net ...

Bulldog Football

For only the second time ever, Murray State and Mississippi State will meet on the gridiron. The two teams launch the 2005 season Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m.
Bulldogs pitched shutout in the last meeting with Murray
Starkville Daily News

STARKVILLE -- After grueling spring and preseason practices, the wait is finally over for the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
It's time: MSU kicks off against Murray State
The Commercial Dispatch

STARKVILLE - Everyone has a role in helping citizens overcome the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina — including those who will don helmets and shoulder pads this weekend.
In the wake of destruction, do we need a diversion?
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE - Every time Mississippi State has made a decision on its offensive tackle position, that plan had to be scrapped.
Dogs find in-House solution to problem
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE - The Mississippi State athletic facilities escaped with only minor damage after Hurricane Katrina swung through Starkville Monday.
AD: Bulldogs facilities 'fortunate'
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE - They could have been side-by-side through all of this.
Turner still maroon at heart
The Clarion-Ledger

Sorry, but the passion and fervor that normally come with the start of the college football season just isn't here.
GREGG ELLIS: Games should take back seat this week
The Daily Journal

Gregg Ellis, who covers Mississippi State for the Daily Journal, responds to readers' questions about the Bulldogs.
Ask Gregg
The Daily Journal

STARKVILLE - By the sound of his description, one might have thought Demario Bobo was plugging Lee Major's character on the 1970s hit show, The Six Million Dollar Man.
Tired of losing at MSU
The Daily Journal

MURRAY, Ky. - Running away from defenders is what Nick Turner does best.
Life's hard lessons: Turner has matured since arrest
The Daily Journal

INDIANAPOLIS - The NCAA wants university officials and student-athletes to focus on recovery efforts from Hurricane Katrina rather than worry about infractions, schedule changes or travel restrictions.
NCAA willing to bend rules after Katrina

Bulldog Soccer

ATLANTA - With, quite possibly, its most grueling stretch of the 2005 season on the immediate horizon, the Mississippi State soccer team will begin an initial four-game road trip on Friday afternoon when the Bulldogs travel to Atlanta to battle Georgia State at 3 p.m. CST.
MSU to play nine of next 10 games away
Starkville Daily News

Bulldog Baseball

Paul Maholm of Holly Springs made his major league debut Tuesday night for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Maholm moves up to big leagues
The South Reporter

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