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Aug
24

Time and Marcus Dupree

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marcus dupree siIt’s been nearly 31 years since a Philadelphia High School freshman named Marcus Dupree returned the opening kickoff in his first-ever varsity game 75 yards for a touchdown and began the journey to becoming a legend.

In the next four years, Dupree became the highest recruited player in the country. His story has everyone talking, even today. ESPN is in the process to making a movie about the story in a book written by Willie Morris entitled “The Courting of Marcus Dupree.”

Read the story by Steve Swogetinksy in the Sun Herald here.

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football logoThe Meridian High School Wildcats defeat West Lauderdale at The Kingdom 13-5.

View photos by Paula Merritt from the West Lauderdale/Meridian game Friday night in Collinsville by Clicking here.

 

Other area scores:

Lamar High School 21 East Rankin Academy 13

Clarkdale 13 Richton 12

Scott County 28 Southeast HS 7

Carthage  19 Newton County  6

Quitman  27 Pearl  17

Heidelberg Academy  42 Russell Christian  0

Union  29 Nanih Waiya  6

Kemper County  20 Newton   0

Morton  34 Northeast Lauderdale  0

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Aug
21

Austin Bishop Interview

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star heraldAustin Bishop, The Star Herald, joins The Morning Show with Bill Smith and Scott Gray and talks high school football, college football, Bear Bryant, Marcus Dupree and much more. Read his articles in The Star Herald here. See the MPSS preseason football rankings here and on the The Star Herald web site. Click below to hear the interview.

Follow Austin on Twitter here.

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wtok logoWTOK-TV partners with Cellular South to air five high school football rivalries live this fall.

The games will be professionally produced and include both pre-game and post-game shows.

The coverage for each pre-game show will start at 7 p.m. and kick-off is 7:30 p.m.

Here’s the schedule of games:

Sept. 25 Clinton vs. Madison Central on MyTOK2 (WTOK 11.2)

Oct. 2 South Panola vs. Olive Branch on Meridian’s CW (WTOK 11.3)

Oct. 9 Meridian vs. Oak Grove on WTOK ABC (HD 11.1)

Oct. 23 West Jones vs. Wayne County on Meridian’s CW (WTOK 11.3)

Nov. 6 Gulfport vs. Biloxi on MyTOK2 (WTOK 11.2)

We will also air a 10-week series of documentaries on the Wayne County and West Jones rivalry. They are tentatively scheduled to air every Sunday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. on MyTOK2, starting Sept. 8.

We will also bring you a “Coaches Show” surrounding each of the five televised games. The dates and times for those broadcasts are not yet confirmed.

For those outside the WTOK viewing area, these games will also be broadcast on the channels of WDAM in Hattiesburg, WLBT in Jackson, WLOX in Biloxi / Gulfport, WABG in Greenwood / Greenville, WTVA in Tupelo / Columbus and WMC in Memphis. Check your local listings for actual channels.

For more info visit the WTOK web site here.

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football logoWhile Madison Central seems to be most everyone’s top pick to win the inaugural MHSAA 6A Championship, that’s not the case at Mississippi Prep Sports Source.
While we see the MC Jaguars as one of the top teams in the state — second best, in fact — the No. 1 spot in our MHSAA Class 6A rankings goes to South Panola.
The Tigers came up just short in the 5A title game last year and with Nick Parker back in the fold should still be the team to beat. Olive Branch, Oak Grove and Meridian round out the top five.
Wayne County gets the nod in 5A, with Picayune second and West Jones third. Any of the top three teams could have gotten the No. 1 position, but the War Eagles have to be the favorite at this point. Pearl and D’Iberville are fourth and fifth.
A pair of defending state champions are at the top of the charts in Class 4A, with defending 4A champ Noxubee County at No. 1 and defending 3A champ Louisville at No. 2. Completing the top five are Shannon, Lawrence County and Lafayette County.
Tylertown should win the 3A state title this year, after coming up just short (10 yards) to Louisville in 2008. But the Chiefs will have to take care of arch-rival Franklin County, ranked No. 2, just to get to the title game. Aberdeen is third, Forest fourth and Ripley fifth.
The North is extremely stacked in Class 2A, with West Bolivar getting the No. 1 spot. Scott Central, preseason ranked No. 2, is the lone South team in the top five, which is rounded out by Eupora, Ackerman and Calhoun City.
Flying under the radar with some folks is Mt. Olive, but that’s not so with MPSS, as the Pirates open the season at No. 1 in Class 1A.
Three powers hold down the next three spots with Ray Brooks at No. 2, Weir at No. 3 and Durant at No. 4. Vardaman is fifth.
Quite frankly, any of the the four could have justifiably been picked No. 1.
In the MAIS overall rankings Jackson Prep was the easy pick as No. 1, followed by Jackson Academy and Pillow Academy.
Lamar School out of Meridian is fourth and Parklane of McComb is fifth.

The RANKINGS/TOP 15
The Mississippi Prep Sports Source rankings are produced each week by Austin Bishop and Bobby Gray. Bishop has been covering high school sports in Mississippi since 1975, while Gray is a longtime follower of prep football in North Mississippi. The ranking service is in its second year.

MHSAA 6A
1. South Panola (14-1)
2. Madison Central (12-2)
3. Olive Branch (10-3)
4. Oak Grove (12-2)
5. Meridian (14-1)
6. Petal (10-2)
7. Hattiesburg (9-4)
8. Ocean Springs (9-2)
9. George County (6-6)
10. Clinton (8-4)
11. Southaven (8-4)
12. Natchez (7-5)
13. Northwest Rankin (10-3)
14. Tupelo (8-4)
15. Brandon (5-6)
Lurking Around: Gulfport (4-6), Warren Central (4-6).

MHSAA 5A
1. Wayne County (12-1)
2. Picayune (9-3)
3. West Jones (10-4)
4. Pearl (9-3)
5. D’Iberville (14-1)
6. Gautier (5-5)
7. Moss Point (6-4)
8. West Point (8-3)
9. Clarksdale (4-6)
10. Oxford (6-4)
11. Yazoo City (7-4)
12. New Hope (8-5)
13. Brookhaven (7-3)
14. Hernando (8-3)
15. Neshoba Central (6-4)
Lurking Around: Vancleave (5-5), Stone County  (6-5), Callaway (4-6).

MHSAA 4A
1. Noxubee County (14-0)
2. Louisville (12-3)
3. Shannon (12-2)
4. Lawrence County (10-2)
5. Lafayette County (8-5)
6. Itawamba AHS (10-2)
7. Quitman (10-2)
8. NE Jones (9-4)
9. St. Stanislaus (8-3)
10. West Lauderdale (8-4)
11. South Pike (6-3)
12. Columbia (10-3)
13. Purvis (7-4)
14. Newton County (11-2)
15. Forrest County AHS (6-4)
Lurking around: Mendenhall (4-7), Magee (8-4), New Albany (3-8)

MHSAA 3A
1. Tylertown (12-1)
2. Franklin County (12-2)
3. Aberdeen (11-3)
4. Forest (14-1)
5. Ripley (9-3)
6. Perry Central (7-4)
7. Philadelphia (9-3)
8. Hazlehurst (8-3)
9. Charleston (8-3)
10. Raleigh (5-5)
11. Corinth (12-1)
12. Velma Jackson (8-2)
13. Winona (9-4)
14. St. Andrews (8-3)
15. South Delta (7-4)
Lurking around: Booneville (6-5), Jefferson County (5-6), Collins (5-6), Leland (9-3), St. Patrick (7-4)

MHSAA 2A
1. West Bolivar (10-3)
2. Scott Central (8-4)
3. Eupora (11-3)
4. Ackerman (9-3)
5. Calhoun City (11-3)
6. Bassfield (11-3)
7. Baldwyn (14-1)
8. Puckett (14-0)
9. Taylorsville (12-1)
10. Hollandale-Simmons (8-3)
11. North Forrest (7-5)
12. East Webster (11-1)
13. Mize (5-6)
14. Bay Springs (6-5)
15. Walnut (10-3)
Lurking Around: Hinds AHS (8-3), Enterprise-Clarke (8-3), Bruce (7-4), East Marion (6-5), Wesson (7-3), McLaurin (6-4)

MHSAA 1A
1. Mt. Olive (12-2)
2. Ray Brooks (12-1)
3. Weir (9-3)
4. Durant (12-1)
5. Vardaman (9-4)
6. Bogue Chitto (8-4)
7. Nanih Waiya (7-5)
8. Sebastopol (8-3)
9. Greenville St. Joe (9-2)
10. Smithville (8-4)
11. Drew (8-3)
12. Shaw (6-5)
13. St. Aloysius (7-4)
14. McAdams (5-5)
15. South Leake (4-7)
Lurking Around: Coffeeville (4-6), Falkner (5-6), Ethel (4-6), Natchez Cathedral (5-5), Dexter (4-7)

MAIS
1. Jackson Prep (12-1)
2. Jackson Academy (7-4)
3. Pillow Academy (7-4)
4. Lamar School (9-3)
5. Parklane (7-3)
6. MRA (6-6)
7. Centreville (13-2)
8. Magnolia Heights (10-2)
9. Washington School (9-3)
10. Winston (12-1)
11. Kirk (12-3)
12. Clarksdale Lee (9-4)
13. Simpson County (8-3)
14. DeSoto School (13-1)
15. Trinity Episcopal (11-2)
Lurking Around: Brookhaven Academy (8-4), Canton Academy (9-4), Leake Academy (7-5), Oak Forest (7-6), Presbyterian Christian (5-6), Bowling Green (8-4), Central Private (8-2)

By Austin Bishop & Bobby Gray
Mississippi Prep Sports Source

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Aug
19

Brett Favre signs with Vikings

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Brett Favre

Brett Favre

The 39-year-old quarterback turned his back on retirement for the second time in as many years, agreeing Tuesday to play for the Minnesota Vikings.

Watch and read the ESPN story here.

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David Brandt

David Brandt

David Brandt is the Clarion-Ledger beat writer for Ole Miss. This is his third season covering the UM football program. David joins Bill and the Dog on The Morning Show and discusses Coach Houston Nutt, the 2009 schedule, the players, Jevan Snead and SI, the high expectations and much more. Click the link below to hear the segment.

Visit the Clarion Ledger blog here and follow David on Twitter here.

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Aug
13

Ole Miss on SI Cover

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ole miss si cover

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Kyle Veasey

Kyle Veazey

Kyle Veazey follows and writes about Mississippi State Bulldog sports for the Clarion Ledger. His blog has covered Mississippi State sports since 2006 for the state’s largest newspaper and web site. The Clarion Ledger covers the wins and losses and the players and coaches who make them happen. But they also explore the bigger issues — like the ones with the dollar signs — that impact Mississippi State sports. Kyle joins The Morning Show and talks about new head coach Dan Mullen, Mississippi State Bulldog football and more. Click on the link below to hear the conversation.

Visit Kyle Veazey blog here and Twitter here.

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Dan Mullen

Dan Mullen

Mississippi State moved into training camp mode Saturday morning, with players leaving their hotel rooms early en route to a makeshift practice field across campus at the intramural fields. It’s all part of an effort from first-year coach Dan Mullen to make this week, the last before fall semester classes begin Aug. 17, unique. Read Kyle Veazey in then Clarion Ledger here.

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