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Mississippi State Bulldogs women’s basketball team advances to the round of 64 in the 2023 NCAA Tournament.
The Mississippi State Lady Bulldogs defeated the Illinois Fighting Illini on Wednesday night in one of the “First Four In” games of the 2023 women’s NCAA Tournament. The Mississippi State Bulldogs seemed to have control of this game for most of the second half, but the Fighting Illini kept the game interesting until then.
Sam Purcell and the Lady Bulldogs will play again on Friday night at 5:00 p.m. in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs will take on the No. 6 seed, the Creighton Bluejays.
SEC Baseball starts tomorrow for the Diamond Dawgs.
Wow, that was fast. The Mississippi State baseball team has already finished non-conference play, and the Diamond Dawgs will take on Kentucky this weekend for their first SEC baseball series of 2023.
The future for Mississippi State Bulldogs men’s basketball is bright.
Making it to the NCAA Tournament in Chris Jans’ first year as the Mississippi State Bulldogs head coach was huge. Looking ahead to next year, the Mississippi State Bulldogs seem to have momentum and some huge additions to the team.
In Case You Missed It
In case you missed it, Chris Jans landed four-star recruit, Josh Hubbard, to their 2023 recruiting class. Hubbard originally committed to in-state rival, the Ole Miss Rebels. Hubbard led the state in all-time scoring in Mississippi boys’ high school basketball.
What are your thoughts?
How do you feel about our Lady Bulldogs in this year’s NCAA Tournament? Drop your comments below.