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Dawg Talk Makes Season Debut 7 p.m. Thursday

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Dawg Talk makes its season debut Thursday at 7 p.m. from the Dawg House Sports Grill.
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STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi State’s popular Dawg Talk radio show featuring head football coach Dan Mullen makes its season debut at 7 p.m. Thursday from the new Dawg House Sports Grill II in downtown Starkville.

Earlier this month, MSU Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Learfield Sports’ Bulldog Sports Properties, announced that the Dawg House Sports Grill II will host MSU’s popular Dawg Talk coaches’ shows through the 2018-19 athletic season.

A total of 30 radio shows annually will be broadcast live from the restaurant at 217 E. Main Street. Additionally, Rick Ray and John Cohen will lead their own Dawg Talk coaches’ shows during men’s basketball and baseball seasons respectively. All shows are live, hosted by Voice of the Bulldogs Jim Ellis, and open to Bulldog fans each week.

The show can be heard live on affiliates of the MSU Sports Radio Network presented by Learfield Sports and for free on HailState.com. 

Local owners Stephen and Danielle Boren are excited for the restaurant to be open and are looking forward to becoming a fan favorite throughout the week downtown.

“We were thrilled to find such a historic location that lends itself perfectly for live coaches’ shows and game viewing in a fun, family friendly atmosphere,” said Danielle.

“This was actually part of our long-range plans, to host coaches Mullen, Ray and Cohen for their weekly shows, so to be able to do this in year one is so exciting for us,” added Stephen.

During each Dawg Talk show, Dawg House Sports Grill will offer various drink, appetizer and dinner specials, which can be seen on the restaurant’s Facebook page. Featuring more than 40 TV’s, pool tables, and live music on Saturday nights, Dawg House Sports Grill offers menu favorites such as redfish po’boys and fried pickles.

“We’re pleased the Borens wanted to partner with us as the synergies are there, and it is an excellent venue to host our football, men’s basketball and baseball shows. We’re really looking forward to it,” said Ann Brett Gillespie Strickland, associate general manager for Bulldog Sports Properties, which oversees all aspects for the Bulldog Sports Network including talent and radio affiliates.

Mississippi State is one of the 99 collegiate properties with athletic multimedia rights managed by Learfield Sports. In its four decades, Learfield has developed trusted, long-term relationships with some of the most revered institutions and associations in the world of collegiate athletics. For more information about its history and collegiate portfolio, visit www.learfieldsports.com.

2014 DawgTalk with Coach Dan Mullen Schedule (all times 7 p.m. CT)  
Thursday, Aug. 28
Thursday, Sept. 4
Thursday, Sept. 11
Thursday, Sept. 18
Thursday, Sept. 25
Thursday, Oct. 2
Thursday, Oct. 9
Thursday, Oct. 23
Thursday, Oct. 30
Thursday, Nov. 6
Thursday, Nov. 13
Thursday, Nov. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 25
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