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Let's talk Mississippi State football.
It was quite a weekend in Oxford.
Football, baseball and more.
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More Cowbell host Brandon Walker believes Mississippi State fans should prepare for a major change at the quarterback position.
More Cowbell podcast from Wednesday, April 17.
Yep, this episode is about Brandon Walker.
In this shortened edition of More Cowbell, we discuss MSU baseball ahead of Super Bulldog Weekend and we take a look at a pair of upcoming drafts that could be full of Bulldogs.
With Jake Mangum setting the school's all-time hits record over the weekend, More Cowbell host Brandon Walker realized we are living in an unmatched era of all-time greats at Mississippi State.
With a week left in spring football practice, host Brandon Walker is ready to go on record with his 2019 football predictions. And we have Thursday Throwback Trivia.
A Mississippi State freshman declares for the NBA Draft while the case gets stronger for MSU football to watch 3 Bulldogs go in the first round of the NFL Draft.
What does the future look like across all sports at Mississippi State? Hopefully it's as bright as the present.
We pay respect to the Mississippi State women's basketball team, look forward in baseball and crown a Mount Rushmore for each individual sport at MSU.
Mississippi State women's basketball watched its season end short of the Final Four for the first time since 2016, this time falling to Oregon in Portland. Meanwhile, MSU baseball needs to bounce back after a series loss to LSU.
Mississippi State takes game one against LSU and readies for the Sweet 16.
Mississippi State basketball gets good news and baseball readies for a huge series against LSU.
Episode 140: Lots flying around Mississippi State's men's basketball program by Brandon Walker
Mississippi State baseball passes a home test and women's basketball sets out to claim a third-straight Final Four berth.
Get ready for one of the biggest Maroon Fridays ever. Let's break it down.
Let's get ready for some NCAA Tournament basketball as Mississippi State plays its first game in a decade in the Big Dance.
Mississippi State has the No. 2 team in college baseball, a No. 1 seed in women's basketball and is finally back in the men's tournament as a 5-seed.
The Dawgs are dancing again. Mississippi State gets a No. 5 seed in the NCAA Tournament, where they will play Liberty, most well-known for hiring a coach that called escorts.
Let's talk men's basketball, women's basketball and Bob Shoop.
Mississippi State's spring football practice is under way, so let's talk quarterbacks. We also discuss Quinndary Weatherspoon and the many Bulldogs in the NFL breaking the bank.
A pair of Mississippi State basketball players win statewide awards, which leads to the question: Will MSU sweep all four major awards in state this year?
It's another championship edition of More Cowbell, as the Mississippi State women take care of business at the SEC Tournament.
Both Mississippi State's men's and women's basketball team face huge tests this weekend.
Yes, Mississippi State's men's basketball team lost at Tennessee. No, that doesn't mean this season will end in disaster. Stick with this team, and good things can happen.
Mississippi State baseball takes down its second-straight ranked opponent as the pitching staff continues to shine, while we ask important questions about spring football.
There's plenty of great things happening with MSU basketball, baseball and softball. We'll talk about all of that plus the return of spring football.
It's a championship edition of More Cowbell, as we celebrate a great weekend of Mississippi State sports. MSU's women's basketball team earns a second-straight SEC championship, baseball takes down a top 5 opponent and MSU players rip up the NFL Combine.
Mississippi State men's basketball is in the right position to peak in March, something that hasn't happened in years.
Mississippi State cruised past Missouri to move to 21-7 in men's basketball and is now solidly in the NCAA Tournament field. Meanwhile, Joe Moorhead moves quickly to fill a vacancy on MSU's football coaching staff.
Both Reggie Perry and J.T. Ginn earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors this week, showing that the future of Mississippi State athletics remains bright.
It was a god weekend at Mississippi State, where both basketball teams continue to push forward to the NCAA Tournament while the Diamond Dawgs took a series from Southern Miss.
Two games, two wins for Mississippi State on Wednesday, even if neither victory was easy. We talk about narrow wins in baseball and men's basketball on this episode.
More Cowbell is back. And from a pair of big wins in basketball to a fantastic opening weekend of baseball, we have plenty to talk about.
Mississippi State basketball puts itself into a tough spot with Kentucky rolling in while MSU baseball is picked to finish sixth (SIXTH?!) in the SEC West.
Signing Day has come and gone, and Mississippi State fans have plenty of opinions on how it went. Let's discuss.
Signing Day is nearly upon us, so let's discuss the outlook for Mississippi State football.
A big road win sets up a huge week of home games for Mississippi State men's basketball, while we also take a look at the final two days of recruiting in the 2019 class.
Mississippi State defensive lineman Jeffrey Simmons receives some interesting news, while the No. 6 MSU women destroy poor LSU in Baton Rouge. Plus we have Throwback Trivia Thursday.
With its hiring of DL coach Deke Adams official, Mississippi State has replaced all four coaching departures this offseason. How did the Bulldogs do? We hand out grades.
Mississippi State basketball drops a road game at Alabama, while names begin to emerge in State’s search for a defensive line coach.
Mississippi State has nine days until Signing Day to finish off the 2019 recruiting class, and MSU's men's basketball team gets ready for a huge week on the road.
Mississippi State must adjust after losing a second assistant coach to Alabama, and MSU's men's basketball team gets ready for a huge week of road games.
Mississippi State fans have been in a frustrating place recently due to high expectations, and that's a good thing.
A huge weekend of official visits could determine the fate of Mississippi State's 2019 recruiting class.
Mississippi State hires a new running backs coach and sees some interesting movement on the recruiting trail.
The coaching carousel continues to turn, with one coach leaving Starkville. But the big news is who's staying.
Momentum. Every team in every sport needs it. We discuss how Mississippi State men's basketball can get it this week and talk about how MSU football can find it later this spring.
With the transfer market on fire throughout college football, just how actively should Mississippi State try to get into the transfer game? We discuss that and more on this edition of More Cowbell.
Whew! That was a close one. Mississippi State pulls out a victory in a must-win game against Florida by a score of 71-68.
Mississippi State men's basketball is off to a bad start in SEC play. Now, the Bulldogs are getting into must-win territory as they host Florida Tuesday night.
The recruiting dead period ends Friday and Mississippi State will look to gain traction with some in-state targets. MSU men's basketball hosts Ole Miss on Saturday, and the stage is set for the first big game in this rivalry in years.
Everybody relax. Mississippi State's men's basketball team is going to be just fine.
The up-and-down roller-coaster that is January recruiting has started. Let's talk about it.
The NFL Playoffs have become a one-month advertisement for Mississippi State's football program, and that's a good thing. Also, Go Clemson.
It's time to take an unemotional look at what went wrong for Mississippi State in the 2018 season, and what went right. We'll also have a two-minute drill.
Moving on, Mississippi State wasted a tremendous opportunity to finish 2018 strong with a loss in the Outback Bowl. What does it mean for the future?
It was quite a year at Mississippi State. From maintaining its status as national title contender in women's basketball to a memorable College World Series run in baseball, there was plenty to talk about. That's just what we do today, as host Brandon Walker and guest Brian Hadad recap the year.
And we're back! We begin wrapping up 2018 here at More Cowbell while looking forward to Mississippi State's Outback Bowl matchup with Iowa.
Early Signing Day has arrived, and it was a relatively quiet day in Starkville. But that can't be said for every SEC town in the state. We discuss each Mississippi State signee and a few more players.
Early Signing Day has arrived, and Mississippi State seems poised to have a strong start to the 2019 recruiting class.
Signing Day is just two days away and things are set up well for Mississippi State. Meanwhile, star defensive lineman Jeffrey Simmons leaves the door cracked open for a possible return to MSU.
This is our pregame show from Maroon and Company with Brandon Walker and Rufus Warren. While there is a bit of basketball talk, most of the conversation revolves around football, as the guys discuss bowl swag, Jeffrey Simmons and other topics. And Rufus, as always, brings us our Nickoe Whitley story of the week.
Mississippi State football aims for a strong finish in recruiting while MSU basketball has an opportunity to start building a nice tournament resume this weekend.
Mississippi State brings home a very important coach for the future, as Tony Hughes is back in maroon and white.
Mississippi State football loses an assistant, setting up an intriguing storyline for the next few weeks.
There's plenty of work to be done to finish out the 2018 season, but More Cowbell also wants to look forward to 2019. With a large class of contributors graduating, will MSU bring back enough talent to put together another strong season? Yes indeed.
A commitment from a 4-star offensive tackle sets Mississippi State up for a strong finish in recruiting.
The matchup with Iowa in the Outback Bowl is filled with opportunity for Mississippi State. Also, we have Thursday Throwback Trivia.
How can Joe Moorhead finish his first season at Mississippi State on the strongest note possible? By accomplishing these three things.
Four Bulldogs are named to the Coaches All-SEC team while one Mississippi State assistant coach does not win an award that he possibly should have.
Five Mississippi State players are named to the Associated Press's All-SEC teams, but it should have been at least six.
It's the Outback! Mississippi State has its bowl destination, as the Bulldogs are headed to Tampa to take on Iowa.
Let's hand out some regular season awards for Mississippi State football, including most improved player, MVP and best play of the season.
Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork had some ridiculous things to say about the SEC's meeting with he and Mississippi State AD John Cohen.
The good news is that all Mississippi State players will be available for MSU's bowl game after the SEC reviewed the Egg Bowl scuffle that resulted in ejections for three Bulldogs. The bad news is that SEC officiating still completely stinks.
It's our Sunday night recap edition of Egg Bowl week, and unlike some, we're not going to whine and cry about flag planting at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
It's almost that time. It's the eve of the Egg Bowl, and Mississippi State has a score to settle in Oxford Thursday night.
Mississippi State coach Joe Moorhead seems to be taking the right approach to the Egg Bowl in 2018. We also discuss MSU's defense against the Ole Miss offense.
Is it possible to put emotion aside while playing the Egg Bowl? It's worth discussing as Mississippi State gets ready for Ole Miss.
It's Egg Bowl week. And that means a lot of things. Join Brandon Walker to discuss of all them on our Sunday night edition of The More Cowbell Show.
Here's what we need to see from Mississippi State against a very weak Arkansas squad this weekend. Plus, we have our weekly installment of Thursday Throwback Trivia.
It's natural to be upset about Mississippi State's four losses in 2018. But More Cowbell host Brandon Walker believes a portion of the MSU fanbase is going too far in regard to Joe Moorhead and the future at MSU.
The Arkansas game can set the tone for a strong finish, which is an absolute must for Mississippi State after an up-and-down 2018 season.
It is extremely important for Mississippi State to finish the season the right way, and that means taking care of business against Arkansas and Ole Miss to get to 8-4.
It's our Sunday night recap edition of More Cowbell, as we look back at the officials' impressive win over Mississippi State. We also break down the offense, defense and everything else in Tuscaloosa.
Here's what has to happen for Mississippi State to shock the world against Alabama on Saturday. Also, Thursday Throwback Trivia.
These three players are the keys to Mississippi State's offense if the Bulldogs are to have any chance at Alabama this weekend.
Tua Tagavailoa and the high-flying Alabama offense will present the opportunity Mississippi State's defense has been looking for. And Brandon Walker details his biggest problem with Alabama.
The most important member of Mississippi State's team heading into the Alabama game is not wearing a uniform. Instead, he'll be standing on the sideline.
It's our Sunday recap show. Let's put a bow on Mississippi State's win over La Tech and look forward to the Bulldogs' trip to Alabama.
It's almost game day, so here's what we want to see from Mississippi State this weekend against Louisiana Tech.
We all know the Mississippi State defense has been lights out this season. But just how good has it been? We take a dive into the numbers and see a picture of a dominant Bulldog defense.
Mississippi State football is headed in the right direction again as we close in on Louisiana Tech's visit to Starkville. How confident should MSU fans be with Tech next on the schedule?
For Mississippi State, what's more important than beating Texas A&M Saturday night? Following up on beating Texas A&M.
Hail State! Mississippi State handles Texas A&M for the third-straight year, and suddenly, football is fun again.
The Texas A&M game could define the rest of the season for Mississippi State football, for better or for worse. We dive into that and host Thursday Throwback Trivia.
What can Mississippi State fans realistically expect when State hosts Texas A&M this weekend? I have no idea. But I can guess.
Episode 61 of the More Cowbell show.
Forward, we march, Mississippi State fans. In his weekly press conference, Joe Moorhead hinted that change could be on the horizon at QB in Starkville. We discuss that and more on The More Cowbell Show.
It's our Sunday night recap show! Let's look back at one of the most miserable nights in recent MSU history and all get angry together. Yay!
Well, that was disgusting. Mississippi State puts on a terrible offensive performance at LSU in a 19-3 loss. Join Brandon Walker to react to the loss. This was the postgame video More Cowbell posted moments after the game ended.
LSU has had a better season than Mississippi State so far, but the Tigers do not have a better team than the Bulldogs. Can MSU go into Baton Rouge and pull the upset? Sure. Will they? That's the question.
The idea of going down to Baton Rouge is not a pleasant one for Mississippi State fans. But the matchup for the Bulldogs isn't bad, especially on the line of scrimmage.
LSU has the pretty record and the homefield advantage. But the stats paint a picture of a very beatable team. We take a look at that as we weight Mississippi State's chances in Baton Rouge.
So LSU is better than we thought? Looks that way. But Mississippi State can absolutely win in Baton Rouge, no matter what happened this weekend.
As a Mississippi State fan, what would you like to see from this weekend's SEC games? More Cowbell host Brandon Walker has his own ideas, plus Thursday Throwback Trivia.
Who are the top 10 athletes, regardless of sport, currently on Mississippi State's campus? I have no idea but that didn't stop me from compiling a list anyway.
We're halfway through the 2018 football season, and these will be the 5 most important Bulldogs for the second half of the campaign.
Mississippi State is back on track after a big win over Auburn. But what does that mean for the rest of the 2018 season? We dive into that today on The More Cowbell Show.
There, that's more like it. After two disappointing games, Mississippi State bounced back in a big way with a 23-9 win over Auburn Saturday night. More Cowbell host Brandon Walker revels in the aftermath and details what went right.
How big is the Auburn game for Mississippi State? Huge, but it's even bigger for the MSU coaching staff.
Fans took exception to some comments by a Mississippi State assistant coach Tuesday night, but I think that's just a sign of frustration. Plus, I still believe Joe Moorhead will be successful at Mississippi State. If that makes me a homer, so be it.
What can turn Mississippi State's 2018 football season around? The answer lies with one man.
For the second week in a row, Joe Moorhead is saying the right things. But Mississippi State is going to have to show fans a world of improvement this weekend against Auburn.
Welp, that was about as bad as it gets. Nothing went right offensively for Mississippi State and Dan Mullen left Starkville with a win. We sort out the damage on this episode of More Cowbell and determine where MSU goes from here.
This is a giant weekend for Mississippi State sports, and it's not just because of Dan Mullen's return. We look at the recruiting aspect of this weekend and take a look at MSU's keys to victory. There's really only one: Don't play like you did at Kentucky.
Everyone has plenty of stake when Mississippi State meets Florida this weekend, but no one moreso than Joe Moorhead. We also look at the return of Scott Stricklin to Starkville.
Dan Mullen's return to Mississippi State will steal the headlines, but this game is now huge for many other reasons for Mississippi State. We discuss that and more on this edition of The More Cowbell Show.
If you wanted to see an angry Joe Moorhead following the loss to Kentucky, that's what we saw on Monday. We discuss Moorhead's press conference and set the stage for Mississippi State-Florida this weekend.
Well...That sucked. Mississippi State gets handled in a 28-7 loss at Kentucky, and we've got all the answers. Or none of the answers. Regardless, we discuss what happened in Lexington and where MSU goes from here.
It's almost game day, as Mississippi State is set to open SEC play at Kentucky. Don't fall for the Benny Snell trash talk, he's not the Wildcat to focus on as the Bulldogs head to Lexington.
Mississippi State faces its biggest early test of the season this Saturday, and former Mississippi State quarterback Matt Wyatt joins the show to discuss this Saturday's game.
Yes, Kentucky is talking noise. Yes, it's ridiculous. But let them talk. Because this Mississippi State team isn't a team that will take trash talking lightly, and the Wildcats are in trouble.
SEC play has arrived, and Mississippi State is about to begin building a special season when it heads to Kentucky this weekend.
Mississippi State has not been tested yet, but that should change at Kentucky this week. We discuss the No. 14 Bulldogs and review what happened against ULL.
Rufus Warren joins the More Cowbell Show to talk Mississippi State football, and we talk MSU, Dan Mullen and Rufus shares a story on his most badass teammate at Mississippi State.
Here's what to expect from Mississippi State this weekend, and we also talk about why State fans shouldn't shy away from high expectations.
Folks, Mississippi State has a good football team. Through two games, one concerning statistic has been MSU's completion percentage. But it's one stat. Don't let that cloud your vision on a team that can absolutely compete for the SEC championship.
There are aspects of this Mississippi State football team that are better than advertised so far in 2018 and some aspects still need improvement. We separate the two on today's More Cowbell.
It's a new day within the Mississippi State football program. That much has become clear in the early days of the Joe Moorhead era, but no issue sums that up more than the starting running back position, where Kylin Hill has overtaken Aeris Williams. Moorhead discussed Williams on Monday, and we have reaction to it.
Mississippi State walked into Manhattan, Kansas, and dominated a Power 5 opponent on the road. We take a look at the big storylines coming out of the win, and we have a message for any State fans complaining about that win.
The key to Mississippi State's game at Kansas State - and the rest of the season - is how far along Nick Fitzgerald is with MSU's new offense.
Now that the light work is out of the way, Mississippi State faces its first test of the season this Saturday at Kansas State. How will the Bulldogs fare against a Power 5 opponent on the road? We break that down on this episode of The More Cowbell Show.
It was just Stephen F. Austin, and the game was always going to be a blowout win, but there were still plenty of interesting storylines coming out of Mississippi State's 63-6 season-opening victory.
For your gameday listening, her is the live show we did from Maroon and Co on Friday with guest Rufus Warren, a 4-year letter-winner at Mississippi State.
Forget about who's not playing this weekend, let's focus on who is playing as MSU opens the season. We talk about Keytaon Thompson, Fitzgerald's leadership opportunity and more.
One CFB analyst picks Mississippi State in the top 10, and an MSU offensive lineman did what?! We take a look at the stories of the day on this edition of The More Cowbell Show.
Who are the players that can take Mississippi State from good to great this season? We identify the ten most important Bulldogs on the podcast that nearly made one blog's list of top MSU follows. Here's The More Cowbell Show.
Mississippi State officially has its highest preseason AP Top 25 ranking in 37 years. But it's not high enough. On today's show, we discuss Mississippi State's standing in the poll and we take a look at who could be breakout players for the Bulldogs in 2018.
Where can Joe Moorhead make the most improvement from Dan Mullen's nine seasons in Starkville? By competing at a higher level against top teams. We break that down and host Thursday Throwback Trivia on this edition of The More Cowbell Show.
Yes, Mississippi State has a loaded roster in 2018. But MSU's ability to compete for a division title will be connected to what happens elsewhere in the division, and we discuss that on today's show. We also pick MSU's most important three-game stretch this season.
Imagine having a nationwide audience and telling said audience that a 6-6, probation-shackled team is better than a 9-win team that returns 18 starters. You'd have to be drunk or blind to come to that conclusion, but somebody did it.
So there's plenty of football talk in this edition of More Cowbell. We talk Nick Fitzgerald, Joe Moorhead and all that. But we also talk about the shark mascot. Because, dammit, it's too ridiculous to ignore.
Some national pundits love Mississippi State this season, as Chris Doering of SEC Network picked MSU to go 11-1 and chose the Bulldogs as his sleeper for the College Football Playoff. Other experts don't watch as much football. Guys like CBS analyst Jerry Palm, who projected the Bulldogs to the Liberty Bowl. But no matter the opinion, MSU has everyone's attention this year. And that's a good thing.
We talk wide receivers on this episode of the More Cowbell Show, as it looks like there are a few wideouts setting themselves apart at MSU fall practice. We also discuss one SEC Network analyst's pick of MSU at No. 2 in the SEC West.
Sports Illustrated released its preseason Top 25 on Tuesday, and it truly is a special form of garbage. We talk about that and pick out the area on defense that could see improvement this season.
There's a lot going on here. First, ESPN likes three Bulldogs in its list of the top 50 college football players, but completely undervalues Jeffrey Simmons and Montez Sweat. We also talk quarterback and wide receiver now that practice has started. But the main event today is the return of the bedtime story to More Cowbell.
Reportedly, Mississippi State is considering honoring legendary coach Jackie Sherrill the night Dan Mullen returns to Starkville. I don't like this idea. I love it. We talk about that and more on this episode of More Cowbell.
ESPN analyst Trevor Matich had some interesting things to say about the Bulldogs on Wednesday, saying MSU is going to "break a lot of hearts in the SEC this season." He also said State will obliterate its record of six drafted players, which happened in 1995. We talk about that and I relay a story of cursing out the elevator attendant who said "hotty toddy" to me at a Braves game.
Here we go. With all the other stuff just serving as background noise, one of Mississippi State's most anticipated football seasons in recent memory is about to get started, as the Bulldogs will take to the practice field for the first time Wednesday. Let's get excited. We also talk about MSU losing momentum in recruiting and what they need to do to get it back.
Dak Prescott, the former Mississippi State star and current Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback, took a stand this weekend on the national anthem. And we discuss it on today's show.
Top Dawg Camp is this weekend at MSU, meaning some of Mississippi State's top commitment and targets will be in Starkville. We take a look at what might unfold and we host Thursday Throwback Trivia on this edition of More Cowbell.
Fall football practice at Mississippi State is less than a week away, and excitement is at an all-time high. So what does that mean? What are the questions that we need to see answered in fall practice? We take a look at that and more on today's episode of More Cowbell.
We know the Mississippi State roster is stacked in 2018. We know that this team will have talent. But who will lead MSU in rushing this season? Who will lead in tackles? Sacks? We take a look at that and make those predictions on this episode of More Cowbell.
September lines up fairly well for Mississippi State to get off to a strong start and we discuss the recruitment of 5-star RB John Emery.
September lines up fairly well for Mississippi State to get off to a strong start and we discuss the recruitment of 5-star RB John Emery.
Now that SEC Media Days is over, we can start focusing on what matters. And that's Mississippi State football. We dive into the Mississippi State offense on this episode of More Cowbell. And that vague Facebook post by Steve Robertson? Deep down, we all know the school he's referring to, don't we?
Mississippi State had its turn at SEC Media Days on Wednesday, and new head coach Joe Moorhead was outstanding in representing the Bulldogs. We discuss that and host Brandon Walker reveals his preseason All-SEC picks during this episode of More Cowbell.
Mississippi State got plenty of respect from the talking heads at SEC Media Days on Monday, as analyst after analyst spoke highly of the 2018 Bulldogs.
CBS Sports published an article Thursday detailing Mississippi State as one of the SEC's most underrated teams on an annual basis. I've been trying to tell people that for years. We've got that and Thursday Throwback Trivia on Episode 4 of More Cowbell.
CBS Sports released its list of the top overall athletic departments in the country on Wednesday, and Mississippi State checked in at No. 14. These are awesome times we are enjoying in Starkville, and it's only going to get better.
If Mississippi State is going to contend for an SEC West Championship this fall, they'll have to compete with the likes of Auburn, Alabama and others. We take a look at the landscape of the west and decide what needs to happen for State to pull through. Also, Dan Mullen said something that was really, really stupid.
Welcome to the latest evolution of Brandon Walker's Mississippi State podcast. Now away from SEC Country, here's the unfiltered version of More Cowbell.