Sunday, September 4, 2005 Bulldog Sports Links

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

Bulldog Football

It was a big night for running backs, receivers, quarterbacks and Sylvester Croom's second-year Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Bulldogs outrun Racers 38-6 in season opener
The Starkville Daily News

During halftime ceremonies Mississippi State honored the 2005 MSU Hall of Fame inductees.
Bulldog Post-Game Notebook
The Starkville Daily News

After spending the majority of spring drills and preseason practice in Sylvester Croom's doghouse, the Mississippi State offense turned in a performance that surprised even their head coach.
Omarr Conner, MSU offense bust out in a major way
The Starkville Daily News

STARKVILLE - Today, for the first time since Nov. 27, Mississippi State will play football.
Just not normal
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE - It appears there will be no homecoming for Murray State's Nick Turner.
Ex-Dog Turner not with Racers
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE - Run J-Rock run
Three keys for MSU
The Clarion-Ledger

MSU leaders
Player to watch
The Clarion-Ledger

Ken Topps - Quarterback - Junior
Statistical leaders
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE — Mississippi State opened its football season as scheduled tonight against Murray State, but not before the university took a few minutes to pay its respects to those affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Mississippi State pauses to remember those affected by Katrina
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE -Maine. Maine. Maine. If the Mississippi State players have been reminded of that upset once, they've been told a thousand times.
Bulldogs not overlooking this I-AA team
The Daily Journal

Bobby Pepper, the Daily Journal's online editor, reports from Mississippi State's season opener Saturday against Murray State.
The Daily Journal

STARKVILLE (AP) - Omarr Conner threw two of his career-high four touchdown passes to freshman Keon Humphries, and Mississippi State routed Murray State 38-6 on Saturday night in a game played days after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the region.
Bulldogs rip Racers 38-6

STARKVILLE - Season two of the Sylvester Croom era at Mississippi State University will begin with a similar feeling to season one, as off-field issues overshadow the game.
MSU plays in shadow of Katrina
The Meridian Star

Mississippi State fans began filing out of Scott Field a quarter early, resembling a practice started last year when the Bulldogs were being pounded by opponent after opponent.
Bulldogs pound Murray St.
The Commercial Appeal

Bulldog Cross Country

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Mississippi State University men's cross country team opened 2005 with a bang on Friday. Five Bulldogs finished in the top 10, and MSU accumulated 23 points to win the team title of the Belmont Opener.
Bulldogs win team title at Belmont
The Starkville Daily News]

Mary Ann Swindoll is the editor of Dawgs' Bite, Powered by, the source for Mississippi State sports on the sports network. You can contact her by email at

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