2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
9-4, 4th in SEC - West
MSU carrying momentum into next season (4:41)
McFarland shares early SEC football takes (2:00)
Bulldogs QB Fitzgerald gearing up for return (3:20)
Homecoming: John Grisham (9:40)
Moorhead outlines goals for first spring in Starkville (4:12)
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58dMark Schlabach

Gators' Mullen, AD Stricklin added to lawsuit

Attorneys for a Mississippi-based clothing store that sued two Mississippi State players for defamation and conspiracy added former Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen, former MSU athletics director Scott Stricklin, the NCAA and an investigator as defendants.

Which new coaches had the best NSD? (1:48)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia has hired Cortez Hankton as its new wide receivers coach and brought back Scott Fountain, who served as a special teams analyst last season before leaving recently to become special teams coordinator at Mississippi State. Hankton spent the past three years as Vanderbilt's receivers coach. Coach Kirby Smart said some roles for the staff likely will be shuffled in the coming weeks.

Moorhead looking to instill 'championship standard' (4:14)
Super Bowl LII has an SEC flavor (3:11)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Big Ten assistants who have gone to the SEC or Florida State in this cycle: Joe Moorhead, Charles Huff, Harlon Barnett, Josh Gattis, Walt Bell, Greg Frey and Dan Enos. Two staffs left mostly intact: Ohio State and Wisconsin.

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101dMark Schlabach

Introducing the ESPN All-Bowl team

Not surprisingly, Alabama and Georgia dominate the top performances from bowl season. But they're not the only ones who starred during the postseason.

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111d

Source: Packers WR coach to be Miss. St. OC

Mississippi State is hiring Packers wide receivers coach Luke Getsy as its offensive coordinator, a source told ESPN.

No. 23 Mississippi State defeats Louisville 31-27 (3:35)
Mississippi State slows down Jackson, Louisville to win TaxSlayer Bowl (0:45)
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Thompson carries Miss State to 31-27 victory in TaxSlayer

Freshman Keytaon Thompson, making his first start in place of injured quarterback Nick Fitzgerald, ran for 147 yards and three touchdowns to help No. 24 Mississippi State beat Louisville and 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson 31-27 in the...

Knox: QB Thompson played up to his capabilities (0:53)
Mississippi State celebrates way too early (0:17)
Thompson's third rushing TD puts Mississippi State in front (0:17)
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111dAlex Scarborough

Cards' Jackson hits 50 rushing, 50 passing TDs

Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson became the third player in FBS history to reach 50 rushing and 50 passing TDs in his career, though Louisville lost to the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the TaxSlayer Bowl on Saturday.