Thursday, January 26, Bulldog Sports Links

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

Bulldog Football

Former Mississippi State football star Dontay Walker was denied a post-conviction bond by an Oktibbeha County Circuit Court judge on Monday in this third attempt to be released from prison while appealing his drug conviction last year.
Ex-MSU football star again denied appeal bond for drug conviction
The Starkville Daily News

As the countdown to National Signing Day intensifies, Mississippi State continues to pick up blue chip commitments.
MSU picks up ‘blue chippers' as National Signing Day nears
The Starkville Daily News

TERRY - It's a big jump from high school football to the Division I level in college, but his current coach is confident Anthony Dixon can make the leap.
Terry running back Dixon commits to Bulldogs
The Clarion-Ledger

Bulldog Basketball

Coming off an emotional win over Florida, it would have been only natural had the No. 19 Tennessee Volunteers came out somewhat flat for last night's contest against Mississippi State.
Vols rock Dogs at the Hump
The Starkville Daily News

Anytime Mississippi State and Ole Miss get together it's going to be intense. That's a given.
Lady Dogs looking for sweep against rival Ole Miss
The Starkville Daily News

STARKVILLE - There was a time when opposing teams would fear The Hump. Only last year, in fact, teams would talk with reverence about playing Mississippi State at home.
Hurtin' at home
The Clarion-Ledger

STARKVILLE - Rick Stansbury hoped that going small would yield big results, and it did.
No. 19 Tennessee whips MSU
The Daily Journal

After a good showing and a top 25 ranking against a rigorous non-conference schedule, 1-4 isn't where the Ole Miss Lady Rebels thought they'd be after five SEC games.
Lady Rebels await second meeting with Lady Bulldogs
The Daily Journal

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