Praise The Lord & Talk Dogs
Summary: The women's basketball team at Mississippi State University has developed a huge following due to recent success lead by coach Vic Schaefer. This podcast will follow the Bulldogs on their journey throughout the season.
In this podcast, Brett Hudson takes a look at what State is feeling and saying ahead of their trip to Portland this weekend for the Sweet-16.
On what was the final night for Teaira McCowan to play in Humphrey Coliseum, the Bulldogs' star didn't disappoint. A double-double with 30 points was her final stat line, but everyone in the arena could feel her impact on the program above all else. After a 20+ point win over Clemson, State is headed to the Sweet-16 in Portland.
In their final game in Humphrey Coliseum, Teaira McCowan and Jazzmun Holmes will try and propel the Bulldogs to the sweet-16. In this episode, Brett Hudson brings you sound bites from Vic Schaefer, as well as Clemson coach Amanda Butler, as they prepare to square off on Sunday night.
Mississippi State scored 100+ in its opening game of the NCAA tournament, and advances to face Clemson on Sunday in the round of 32.
Vic Schaefer and company are all set: hosting three teams and squaring off with 16-seed Southern to begin the NCAA tournament, at home, in Humphrey Coliseum on Friday night.
As a 1-seed in the NCAA tournament, Mississippi State will host three teams in Humphrey Coliseum this weekend, with a chance to advance to Portland, OR.
Jason Crowder has been the "voice" of State women's hoops on the radio for several years, and wow... the games he's been able to call. You also hear his voice in the intro to the podcast. Brett Hudson talks with Jason about this team, what the post season is like, and what he expects over the next three weeks.
With the SEC Tournament title under their belt, Mississippi State now waits a week to find out their destination - and more importantly their seeding - in the upcoming NCAA tournament. Matt & Brett discuss thoughts from the tournament championship, and Brett looks ahead at what the committee will consider when they assign postseason seeds and locations.
Mississippi State proved dominant again in a blowout of Arkansas for the SEC Tournament title. Vic Schaefer said afterwards he's not sure what else a team could do to earn a #1 seed in the NCAA tournament.
Teaira McCowan and the Bulldogs got a little revenge and whipped Mizzou to advance to the SEC Tournament title game vs Arkansas.
Two weeks ago, the Missouri Tigers went to Humprey Coliseum and handed Mississippi State its first conference loss in two years. Now, the two get a rematch at the SEC tournament in Greenville, S.C., for the right to advance to the tourney championship game.
Vic Schaefer and the Bulldogs dealt with their share of adversity during this 2019 regular season, and have emerged as SEC Champions for the second straight year. A slow, out-of-sync first half resulted in a technical foul that seemed to turn the momentum of the game, and State went on to defeat South Carolina.
Mississippi State clinched a share of the SEC regular season title with their win over LSU on "senior night". However, afterwards Vic Schaefer said he's not hoping to share anything with anyone. Given the scenarios that exist, he won't have to if his team can win at South Carolina this coming Sunday.
After taking care of business against Vanderbilt, State sets their sights on "senior night" with LSU coming to town. Get a preview from Brett and Matt, as well as a peak into press conference comments from Vic Schaefer that indicate some concern about the way opponents are starting to physically play vs Teaira McCowan.
Mississippi State may not have looked as sharp as expected, but a 14-point win over Ole Miss, paired with a South Carolina loss, catapults State into 1st place in the SEC with 2 weeks left in the regular season.