Mississippi State faces a tough challenge as it welcomes Tennessee to town.
Ethan Lee is a suburban Texas storyteller. A proud graduate of Mississippi State University who has embarked upon a career in digital media, Ethan loves the deafening sound of cowbells and the opportunity to craft content online.
Ethan has worked in multiple fields, including literal ones full of cacti and ants. He's made his way from running various Mississippi State blogs affiliated with networks to working in local news in Omaha as the Digital Editor for KETV NewsWatch 7, Omaha's News Leader. After a stint as a Staff Writer with FanSided, Ethan decided to focus in on creating college sports content independently.
When he's not writing about sports, Ethan enjoys a good road trip with his wife and son, an opportunity to go kayaking, or any time to spend in the outdoors.
The challenge is done in honor of Alex Wilcox, a Mississippi State softball player who died during her freshman year after battling ovarian cancer.
The #428WallSitChallenge is entering into its third year and Mississippi State has added another element to get more fans and supporters involved.
It probably took her a little while longer than she would have preferred, but Samantha Ricketts earned her first SEC win as the head coach of the Mississippi State softball team thanks to a dominant victory on Saturday afternoon.
‘A real threat’: ESPN analyst thinks highly of Mississippi State men’s basketball heading into 2021-2022
Ben Howland’s Mississippi State basketball team is receiving plenty of attention from an ESPN analyst as the Bulldogs work to prepare for the 2021-2022 season.
We could all use more Mississippi State hot air balloons in our lives.
A former Mississippi State cheerleader could use some help after being injured in a “bad accident” that happened on April 8. Let’s do some good, Bulldog fans.
It’s not often that Mississippi State fans and Ole Miss fans can come together for really anything. It’s a pretty rare occurrence. But today, we’ve got an opportunity for that to happen.
In back-to-back weeks, Will Rogers has completed 86 passes with a 76.1% completion percentage and has thrown for 776 yards and 4 touchdowns. MSU’s young quarterback has given State fans a glimpse at what Leach’s offense is capable of.
The result was disappointing, but Mississippi State fans should be proud of how a depleted roster led by young players performed Saturday.