STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi State's popular "Dawg Talk" radio show featuring head football coach Dan Mullen makes its 2015 season debut at 7 p.m. Thursday from the Dawg House Sports Grill in downtown Starkville.
It was an arresting headline in The Daily Beast on Monday: "Petraeus: Use al Qaeda to fight ISIS." The report didn't quote retired Gen. David Petraeus directly, but suggested he had told associates that he supports using "so-called moderate members of al Qaeda's Nusra Front to fight ISIS in Syria."
Angry scenes erupted outside Budapest's main train station Tuesday morning, as crowds of angry migrants and refugees were prevented from boarding trains they hoped would take them on from Hungary toward Western Europe.
STARKVILLE, Miss. - Mississippi State Bulldog football fans attending the Arkansas game in Fayetteville this year will have a new option for in-game comfort with the introduction of the "Bulldog Cushion Passport Plan." The Passport Plan allows fans traveling to select road games to pre-reserve a stadium seat for their ticket locations. Fans will now be able to enjoy the same comfort and convenience that they experience in Davis Wade Stadium when they hit the road in support of the Bulldogs.
I am 14 years old, it's the middle of the afternoon, and I'm curled into a ball at the bottom of the stairs. I've intended to drag my uncooperative limbs upstairs to my dark disaster of a bedroom and sleep until everything hurts a little less, but my body and brain have simply drained down. I crumple into a bony, frizzy-haired heap on the gold shag rug, convinced that the only thing I have left to offer the world is the removal of my ugly presence from it, but at that moment, I'm too exhausted to do anything about it.