It is the second combined no-hitter in Mississippi State history and the seventh overall. "About the fifth or sixth inning you start to realize it because you start having some pitching decisions," Mississippi State coach Chris Lemonis said. "In our situation right now it's really hard because in some years you'd play for the no-hitter because it's exciting for the fans and everything but in our world we only have so many situations to play guys in a big roster."
Kentucky basketball's path to the SEC Tournament title and a bid to the NCAA Tournament is not an easy one. The Wildcats open play Thursday at noon as the No. seed against No.
STARKVILLE – Mississippi State has gone to the SEC Tournament with expectations of winning the whole thing for the last handful of years. This year feels much different. MSU coach Nikki McCray-Penson was asked point-blank after Sunday's 20-point loss to Missouri what her expectations are for Mississippi State (10-8, 5-7 SEC) as the Bulldogs stumble into Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina to play LSU (8-12, 6-8) on Thursday at 10 a.m.