Miami Selects Varnado In NBA Draft

STARKVILLE, Miss. - Thursday night in front of a nationally-televised ESPN audience, Jarvis Varnado became the 23rd Mississippi State player in school history drafted by an NBA team when the Miami Heat selected the 6-foot-9 forward from Brownsville, Tenn., in the second round with the 41st overall pick.
June 27, 2010

Two Bulldogs Recognized As State's Best

JACKSON, Miss. – Two history-making collegiate careers ended in historical fashion on Thursday, as for the second time in as many years Mississippi State's Jarvis Varnado and Alexis Rack were named the recipients of the Howell Trophy and Gillom Trophy, respectively.
April 9, 2010

Tarheels Deflate State 76-74 On Last Layup

North Carolina finished their plays. As a result Mississippi State finished their season, when Tarheel guard Larry Drew II looped in a layup at two seconds for the margin of 76-74 victory. North Carolina left Humphrey Coliseum 18-16 and booked for the third round of the National Invitation Tournament.
March 20, 2010

Bulldog Basketball Scouting Report

The Game: Mississippi State (24-11) continues post-season play in the National Invitation Tournament by hosting North Carolina (17-16). The second-round game tips at 11:00am in Humphrey Coliseum with ESPN telecast. The MSU radio broadcast is on XM channel 199.
March 19, 2010

Vanderbilt-Murray State, As It Happened

One rebound. One rebound in the final seven seconds of a generally well-played and hard-fought NCAA Tournament game. That's all Vanderbilt needed to advance past Murray State. The Commodores didn't get it. You know what happened after that…
March 19, 2010

Dogs Knock Out Jackson State 81-67 In NIT

The low blow was as cheap as it was unexpected. But it also provided just the sort of spark Mississippi State needed to snap out of their first-round funk and knock out Jackson State 81-67. The Bulldogs (24-11) advance to Saturday's second round and a 11:00 a.m. meeting with North Carolina.
March 16, 2010

Dog Hearts Broken In OT By Wildcats 75-74

A lot can happen in the last 4.9 seconds of a regulation game. Even more can happen in overtime. And in Mississippi State's case, very little of what came to pass in the final five minutes and 4.9 seconds of the SEC Tournament finals was for their good in a heart-crushing 75-74 loss to Kentucky.
March 14, 2010

Bulldog Tournament Notes And Quotes

When the Bulldogs celebrated beating Florida, Phil Turner felt just a bit empty having gone scoreless and nearly shot-less for that matter in his 20 minutes. "Yesterday we came back in the locker room and I guess the guys thought I was messing with them," Turner related. "I said man, I've got to contribute a little bit more than I did. They laughed about it and said I didn't do nothing."
March 13, 2010