You never know what you will get at SEC Football Media Days. The best media circus in the word is on the horizon. It will attract over 1,200 media reps July 15-18 in Hoover, Alabama, signaling the official kickoff of the college football season.
Before we get to 2019, college football has some unfinished business — deciding who will play for the College Football Playoff National Championship. The teams who will play for that cherished title will be decided Friday as No.1 Alabama and No. 4 Oklahoma meet in the Orange Bowl and No. 2 Clemson and No.
Several years ago, I was attending the SEC Football Media Days when one of the veteran sportswriters of the conference said that this event is like opening a box of chocolates. You never know what you will get. One thing is for sure: in this part of the country SEC Media Days signals the official kickoff of the college football season.
The last 53 of the last 54 SEC football titles have been won by only six teams: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU and Tennessee. Ole Miss last won an SEC title in 1963 while State last won the 1941 championship.
Mississippi State baseball does not play boring games. The Bulldogs had another flair for the dramatics as Luke Alexander's base hit in the bottom of the ninth inning led the Magnolia State nine to a 1-0 win over Washington in its opening game of the College World Series on Saturday.
There's lots of college baseball action this week in the Magnolia State.
Gulf South Conference champ Mississippi College will join Delta State this week in the opening round of the NCAA Division II South Regional in Lakeland, Fla. Five other teams will join the Choctaws and the Statesmen in the seven-team tourney.