MSU Linebacker Update

Mississippi State defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Ellis Johnson talks about his linebackers - who would start if State was playing LSU today, who will back them up, how the freshmen have done, and who the surprise linebacker of the training camp has been?
August 16, 2007

August 2nd Football Practice Pics-Part 1

Included are pictures from Thursday's Mississippi State football practice.
August 2, 2007

MSU's SEC All-Freshmen Making a Difference

Mississippi State football has had twelve players make the Southeastern Conference Coaches' All-Freshmen team the past three seasons. Several of the players made a big impact on this year's team.
December 9, 2006

Happy to Have Redshirted

Two seasons ago, most remember the decision Anthony Littlejohn faced, and the Mississippi State coaches for that matter. In Sylvester Croom's initial season in 2004, the Bulldogs knew they had a sleeper in Littlejohn. But the top priority was not to rush the true freshman linebacker. Littlejohn and Croom both went back and forth with the decision of whether or not to burn a year of eligibility.
August 30, 2006

Q and A with Amos Jones

Mississippi State linebacker coach Amos Jones talks about his group of linebackers as a unit, who he expects to start this coming season, where his depth will come from and the loss of several players from last year's group.
June 30, 2006

Culberson's Happy at Linebacker

Quinton Culberson wasn't exactly the happiest camper around when the Bulldogs concluded their spring football drills. And who can blame him? The Mississippi State senior linebacker was prepping at all speeds for his final spring practice routines, aching at the chance to keep improving his play on the field and his leadership off the field.
June 22, 2006

Prosser and Littlejohn Talked About Practice

Mississippi State football players WR Will Prosser and OLB Anthony Littlejohn talk about Monday's practice.
March 21, 2005

Ellis Johnson: MSU Defensive Coordinator

Ellis Johnson knows all about tough decisions.<P> Whether it concerns the depth chart or stopping a 3rd and short play, the first-year Mississippi State defensive coordinator has been there on numerous occasions.<P> But one of his toughest, especially from a personal standpoint, was the decision to move with his family to Starkville.
September 27, 2004