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Topic - Rick Ray
Georgia is eager to get a couple of days off at the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Tennessee's Jordan McRae sliced down the lane past three Mississippi State defenders and had a clear path to the basket.
Mississippi State's second season under coach Rick Ray is starting to look a lot like the first.
Mississippi State has a lot of hustle and determination. Now the Bulldogs just need a few shots to fall.
Frustrated with his talented young team, Kentucky coach John Calipari turned to a couple of rarely used veterans for a lift.
Texas A&M, in citing a "sense of urgency" the Aggies said they repeated in every huddle, snapped a five-game losing streak with a 72-52 victory over Mississippi State on Wednesday night before 4,626 fans in Reed Arena.
Goodland Police Chief Clifton Couch defended on Monday his department's probe the death of an inmate at the Sherman County jail amid community concerns over the impartiality of the police detective who handled the investigation is married to the undersheriff.
Slow down the game by using up as much of the shot clock each possession as possible or playing zone on defense, the Vanderbilt Commodores are willing to do whatever it takes.
Mississippi State was crushed twice by Florida last season, once by 35 points and the other by 25.
The Southeastern Conference will not punish Mississippi State coach Rick Ray after television replays showed him directing comments toward Mississippi's Marshall Henderson in the final seconds of the Rebels' 82-63 win on Saturday.
Mississippi State coach Rick Ray has issued an apology after television replays showed him directing comments at Mississippi's Marshall Henderson in the final seconds of Saturday's game.
It's not even February and Mississippi State has already won three more games than it did last season.
It started when a Kansas Highway Patrol officer pulled over two Kansas City, Mo., sisters for speeding near the Colorado border and found a small amount of marijuana in their vehicle. Three days later, one woman lay dying in a Kansas jail cell as her sister frantically tried to revive her. The sister alleges that jail guards stood by, ignoring her pleas for help.
After more than 30 minutes sitting on the bench, Mississippi State's Tyson Cunningham had every reason to come into the game cold and tentative.
Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray shouts to players against Vanderbilt during the first half in a first round Southeastern Conference tournament game, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, in Atlanta.
Mississippi State coach Rick Ray shouts a play during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game with South Carolina in Starkville, Miss., Saturday, March 8, 2014.