Outside The Helmet, December 24, 2007

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

Outside The Helmet, November 2

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 football players Anthony Strauder, J.D. Hamilton, Jason Husband and Avery Hannibal.
November 1, 2007

Craig Jenkins Makes The Transition

The sport of football always features transition for any player. Whether making the leap from high school to college or from offense to defense, there are countless adjustments to make. Mississippi State sophomore Craig Jenkins has seen plenty of transition, and he's only starting his second year of playing for the Bulldogs.
September 20, 2007

Freshman OT Derek Sherrod

Freshman offensive tackle Derek Sherrod (6-5, 300), one of the most coveted tackles in high school last season, talks about playing against Tulane last Saturday, his first career game as a Bulldog.
September 10, 2007

Looking for Improved Play Saturday

MSU offensive guard Anthony Strauder looks for improved play from the Bulldog team this Saturday against Tulane.
September 6, 2007

One-on-one With MSU OL Coach J. B. Grimes

Mississippi State offensive line coach J.B. Grimes talks about his starting players, their backups and the expectations that he has for the incoming freshmen offensive linemen.
May 18, 2007

Grimes Sees Improvement In The OL

Mississippi State offensive line coach J.B. Grimes has seen improvement in the offensive line across the board since the first fall camp scrimmage.
August 23, 2006

Strauder: The Consummate Student/Athlete

A redshirt season can obviously be positive or negative, depending on what freshman college football player you ask. Sitting out can have its advantages, giving wide-eyed rookies a year to get accustomed to college life, not to mention the type of speed and size on the field at this level of football. Others want to play right away, as many colleges offer the chance to shine as a true freshman.
July 10, 2006