NASHVILLE – Mason Kinsey is in line make his NFL debut Sunday. The Tennessee Titans designated the groundbreaking wide receiver as a standard elevation to the active roster off their practice squad Saturday, one day before they face the Kansas City Chiefs at Nissan Stadium. “A lot of early mornings...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Will Rogers had a career day at quarterback for Mississippi State, but his coach Mike Leach was not overly satisfied. Rogers threw a career-best four touchdowns, two to wide receiver Makai Polk, and Mississippi State was never challenged in a 45-6 Southeastern Conference win over Vanderbilt Saturday afternoon. Rogers, the SEC leader in passing yards with 360.3 yards, threw for 386 against the Commodores, completing 41 of 57 attempts. It was the fifth time he has thrown three or more touchdown passes in a game this season and the seventh time in his career.
Mississippi State exploded offensively and shut down Vanderbilt completely in a 45-6 Bulldog win over the Commodores at Nashville Saturday afternoon. The win improved State to 4-3 overall, 2-2 in the Southeastern Conference. It was the fifth-straight MSU win over Vanderbilt in the series of SEC opponents. The Bulldogs have...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Another week, another loss in SEC play for Vanderbilt. The Commodores fell 45-6 to Mississippi State on Saturday to extend their losing streak in league play to 17 games, failing to generate offense while the Bulldogs' Air Raid offense under coach Mike Leach dominated possession and racked up yards.
Despite the ugly start to the game, Mississippi State eventually got on track and rolled over Vanderbilt on Saturday in Nashville, 45-6. The loss extended Vanderbilt’s SEC losing streak to 17 games. Will Rogers had a career-high 4 touchdowns as he overcame 2 interceptions in a game that he again...
TORONTO — The bruising battle for control of Rogers Communications Inc. continued on Saturday, with the company claiming its recently ousted chairman intends to hold a weekend meeting with a slate of hand-picked directors and pre-emptively rejecting the outcome of any such gathering. The company issued a statement saying any...
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Will Rogers threw a career-high four touchdown passes as visiting Mississippi State routed Vanderbilt 45-6 in an SEC game Saturday. Rogers completed 42 of 58 passes for 386 yards for the Bulldogs (4-3, 2-2 SEC), who bounced back from a blowout loss to Alabama last week. Rogers connected with a season-best 13 receivers and easily overcame two interceptions.
South Alabama’s typically excellent defense got run off the field by Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday night. The homestanding Warhawks piled up 554 yards of total offense and went 7-for-13 on third down on the way to a 41-31 victory over the Jaguars at Malone Stadium. Chandler Rogers threw for 369 yards and four touchdowns as ULM (4-3, 3-2 Sun Belt Conference) kept South Alabama (4-3, 1-3) winless in four trips to Monroe.
Halloween candy? Mississippi State beat Vanderbilt on Saturday, and coach Mike Leach can talk about anything he wants. They just won, for crying out loud. SEC Network reporter Alyssa Lang asked Leach a follow-up question about the coach’s love of candy. And after the Bulldogs won 45-6, the 60-year-old coach...
Kurtis Rourke spent three weeks on the sidelines waiting for his opportunity to return. After being pulled before the second half of Ohio's game against Akron, the redshirt sophomore’s time on the field was nonexistent. Rourke didn’t take a single snap through the majority of Ohio’s October schedule, and was sidelined in favor of fellow quarterback Armani Rogers. But when Ohio’s offense faltered in the first quarter against Kent State on Saturday, Rogers was pulled and Rourke was thrown in.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., (Hail State Athletics) – There were plenty of smiling faces leaving Mississippi State’s sideline following the Bulldogs’ 45-6 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday. MSU amassed 522 total yards on the afternoon and limited the Commodores to just five first downs, the fewest surrendered during Mike Leach‘s two decades...