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Mississippi State proves it has a long way to go in UNC loss

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It’s not like no one could see it coming. Mississippi State’s roster was blatantly lacking talent. If you had North Carolina minus-45 tonight, please collect your winnings, the Tar Heels demolished the Bulldogs 95-49. And frankly, it wasn’t even that close. It’s going to be a long season for first year head coach Rick Ray. [more]

Late night snacks: Crashing after the marathon

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It took 24 hours and countless games, but the unofficial beginning to the college basketball season came and went with an overwhelming bang. Let’s recap, shall we? Games of the Night 1.) Duke 75, Kentucky 68 – The classic matchup didn’t disappoint. Seth Curry dominated. Alex Poythress was a monster. John Calipari and Mike Krzyzewski [more]

Texas will be without Myck Kabongo and Jaylen Bond for Friday’s opener

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NCAA investigations can be a tough situation for both the player and the team for which they play, because there’s rarely a set timeframe in regards to the decision-making process. The longer an investigation takes the more it becomes an undeclared suspension so to speak, with the player having to sit until the NCAA reaches [more]

Mississippi State’s Andre Applewhite out for season with knee injury

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Mississippi State freshman wing Andre Applewhite will undergo season-ending knee surgery after tearing the ACL and meniscus in his left knee, the school announced Tuesday. Applewhite, a 6-5 native of Memphis, Tenn., suffered the injuries in practice Friday and becomes the second Mississippi State player to tear his ACL in three months after fellow Jacoby [more]

Another blow to Mississippi State, as two players get the boot

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Rick Ray’s first season in Starkville is looking more and more like a disaster waiting to happen. Forget the fact that Dee Bost graduated, Renardo Sidney and Arnett Moultrie went pro while Rodney Hood transferred to Duke, because there are few coaches in the country that would be able to overcome that kind of loss [more]