The Mississippi State Bulldogs (15-8, 4-6 SEC) will attempt to stop a five-game road losing skid at the Missouri Tigers (8-15, 0-10 SEC) on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 8:30 PM ET.
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Mississippi State vs. Missouri Game Info
When: Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 8:30 PM ET
Where: Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Missouri
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Mississippi State Stats Insights
The Bulldogs are shooting 44.7% from the field this season, 0.9 percentage points higher than the 43.8% the Tigers allow to opponents.
In games Mississippi State shoots higher than 43.8% from the field, it is 8-3 overall.
The Bulldogs are the 40th-ranked rebounding team in the nation, the Tigers sit at 348th.
The 74.2 points per game the Bulldogs score are the same as the Tigers allow.
Mississippi State has an 8-2 record when putting up more than 74.3 points.
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Mississippi State Home & Away Comparison
When playing at home, Mississippi State is putting up 5.9 more points per game (75.4) than it is in away games (69.5).
The Bulldogs are giving up 64.5 points per game this year when playing at home, which is 17 fewer points than they’re allowing away from home (81.5).
Mississippi State is averaging 7.6 threes per game with a 31.6% shooting percentage from beyond the arc in home games, which is 1.1 more threes and 3.1% points better than it is averaging away from home (6.5 threes per game, 28.5% three-point percentage).
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Tolu Smith scored a game-high 24 points and Mississippi State avenged an earlier loss to in-state rival Ole Miss with an 83-71 Southeastern Conference decision Wednesday night in Starkville, Miss.
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The Bulldogs (18-8, 7-6 SEC), who won their fourth game in a row, also got 12 points each from Shakeel Moore and KeShawn Murphy, plus 11 from Cameron Matthews.
Mississippi State overcame poor foul shooting — it made just 23 of 39 at the line — and a subpar scoring performance from second-leading scorer Josh Hubbard, who was held to only five points on 1-of-9 shooting.
Matthew Murrell scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Rebels (19-7, 6-7), while Allen Flanigan and Jaylen Murray each added 12 points.
But Ole Miss, which has lost four of its last five games, failed to hold on to a four-point halftime lead because it couldn’t make shots.
The Rebels cooled drastically from 50 percent shooting in the first half to 29.6 percent in the second half. They also committed 10 turnovers that led to 13 points for the Bulldogs.
Mississippi State took the lead for good on Murphy’s layup with 13:29 left that made it 56-55. That started a game-changing 14-2 run that Moore capped with a layup at the 9:51 mark for a 68-57 lead. Ole Miss got within four on Flanigan’s two free throws with 5:30 remaining but a 13-2 spurt sealed the outcome.
The first half was played in two parts — the first eight minutes that the Bulldogs dominated and the final 12 that went to the Rebels.
Poor shooting and turnovers by Ole Miss led to a game-opening 20-8 burst for Mississippi State that Murphy capped with a layup with 12:04 remaining. But Ole Miss responded, starting with Jaemyn Brakefield’s layup on the next possession.
Brakefield and Murrell led a rally by combining for three 3-pointers in a five-minute stretch. The Rebels took their first lead when 7-foot-5 Jamarion Sharp hit a layup with 4:32 left to make it 34-33.
Murrell capped a 16-point half by sinking two foul shots with 31 seconds remaining, making it 44-40 Ole Miss at the break.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University’s Story State 2024 —an annual contest aimed at sharing Mississippi stories—is open for entries for new and original written, oral or filmed stories.
The competition is open to all students enrolled at a Mississippi institution of higher learning, with entries accepted through March 21.
Winners for each category will receive $100, and the overall winner will be named master storyteller and will receive an additional $150. Winners will be announced March 28.
“Story State’s mission is to foster innovative storytelling,” said Anna Blount, an MSU communication instructor and competition coordinator for this year’s event. “Stories are used to continue rich family traditions, convey core educational concepts and illustrate societal values.
“This contest is for any student storyteller, no matter your major. The best stories come from different people and different places. We encourage everyone to tell their stories through the Story State contest,” Blount said.
The three entry categories include:
Written: Students are encouraged to enter works of nonfiction including personal narrative, memoir, narrative journalism, essay and other forms. Students can submit a complete work or an excerpt from a longer work. The word count must fall between 1,000 and 5,000.
Oral: Students can submit works of narrative nonfiction audio segments of up to 10 minutes. These segments may be an excerpt from a longer work.
Film: Submissions for this category include narrative nonfiction video segments of up to 10 minutes and can be an excerpt from a longer work.
For more information regarding entry submission, visit www.storystate.msstate.edu or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In what officials are calling a “mass casualty,” at least 19 people are injured after a massive car crash in Jones County.
According to WDAM, the crash happened Wednesday around 6:30 a.m. near the U.S. 84 intersection with Ben Pitts Road. The Jones County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to the TV station that 20 vehicles were involved, including multiple semi-trailer trucks. An overturned log truck was also part of the incident.
Of the 19 injured, 10 were transported via ambulance to South Central Regional Medical Center in Laurel. Medical personnel assisted the nine who refused ambulance service. No fatalities have been reported.
While traffic slowly returns to normal operations in the area, the Mississippi Highway Patrol is investigating the incident. Officials are encouraging drivers to use alternative routes for the time being.
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