Friday, September 23, 2005 Bulldog Sports Links

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

Bulldog Baseball

NEW YORK (AP) - Rafael Palmeiro said a vitamin he received from Miguel Tejada might have caused the positive test for steroid use that led to the first baseman's suspension, an assertion his Baltimore Orioles teammate dismissed as implausible.
Tejada's shocked by Palmeiro's allegations

NEW YORK (AP) - Rafael Palmeiro's season with the Baltimore Orioles might be over.
Manager: Maybe Palmeiro shouldn't return

Bulldog Volleyball

With non-conference competition and a pair of September tournament titles behind them, Mississippi State's Volleyball Bulldogs launch Southeastern Conference competition on the home court this weekend, entertaining sixth-ranked Florida (12-1) and Georgia (5-5). MSU tests the Gators tonight at 7 p.m. and then entertains another SEC East foe, Georgia, Sunday at 1:30 p.m. to close out a season-longest five-match homestand.
Bulldogs host No. 6 Florida to open SEC schedule
The Starkville Daily News

Bulldog Football

STARKVILLE - Of all the position groups, Mississippi State's offensive line had the most questions entering the season. It wasn't just the talent level, or that none of the starting tackles had ever actually played tackle in a game.
O-line shows signs of jelling
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE - What Willie Evans wants is to be a mystery.
Bulldog majors in mind games
The Clarion-Ledger

Mississippi State's offense hasn't exactly been a bright spot so far this young season.
GREGG ELLIS: Young Bulldog offense face tough road
The Daily Journal

STARKVILLE -- For a moment this summer, Will Prosser had a flashback to his playing days at Starkville Academy.
Prosser overcomes injuries to help MSU
The Commercial Dispatch

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