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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.
If we’re going to get the Mike Leach era started properly, it should be with a weird game scheduled at an unconventional time.
Mississippi State news, notes, and nonsense: Does the Road to Omaha go through Starkville or Oxford?
College baseball is officially back and going again.
Samantha Ricketts and company are returning home after thriving in the NFCA Leadoff Classic. The Bulldogs remain undefeated following their trip to Clearwater, Florida (that loss to Team USA was in an exhibition game) and now State is seeking its first win in Starkville this year. Mississippi State’s […]
In a game that Mississippi State actually led at halftime, Ben Howland’s Bulldogs fell to the Ole Miss Rebels in humbling fashion. Despite a fast start and a strong performance from Reggie Perry, Mississippi State lost by 25 points. The Bulldogs started out on a 10-2 run, taking […]
Keep up with the Bulldogs as they face off against the Rebels in Oxford.
The Mississippi State men’s basketball team needed a strong second half to beat the Vanderbilt Commodores.
Samantha Ricketts’ Mississippi State softball team is off to an impressive start.
On Sunday, when Vic Schaefer and the Bulldogs face off against the Aggies, the Bulldogs will be dressed in pink in hopes of raising awareness of breast cancer.
Interested in filling up Humphrey Coliseum and donating to the American Cancer Society? This fundraising campaign is targeted directly at you.