Bully BarkLine, the radio show that is exclusively about Mississippi State athletics that airs every Tuesday night 7-8 at The Little Dooey in Starkville, has a feature called 'Outside The Helmet' which is produced each week by Bully BarkLine guest host Melissa Tomlinson. This past Tuesday, Melissa and I talked with the seniors on the football team.
December 23, 2007
Although Mississippi State has several good wide receivers on their roster, almost all of them are seniors and juniors. Because of that, the wide receiver position will be a prime recruiting objective the next two recruiting seasons. So, if a guy is a big-time wide receiver, why would he choose Mississippi State?
November 22, 2007
Mississippi State coaches, players and fans alike are anxious to get back on the field, as in giddy about spring practice. But probably nobody can match Mike Henig's anticipation for spring drills that starts up late this month. And who can blame the Bulldog quarterback?
February 11, 2007
After initially committing to Mississippi State, Mississippi Gulf Coast CC wide receiver Co-Eric Riley started having second thoughts about the commitment. After officially visiting Oklahoma State a couple of weekends ago, his commitment seemed to be very much in doubt. Today, Co-Eric made his final decision by choosing Mississippi State. He explains why.
February 6, 2007
Recently named first-team All-American by NJCAA, Co-Eric Riley traces his history as a football player from the first day he set foot on a football field to being selected an All-American at the conclusion of his sophomore season at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
January 3, 2007