By: Keith Jasper (@keithjasper)
We’ve been waiting for this day a long time. And we’re really excited about it. Starting May 7, Mississippi State football fans can enjoy a whole new level of “expert analysis” on the Bulldogs. Sports talk radio can’t get more inside the huddle than “Madkin & Moulds,” featuring former MSU legends Wayne Madkin and Eric Moulds, who are teaming up for three shows a week to bring State fans what’s it’s really like on the field for MSU.
“Madkin & Moulds” will be available exclusively on Bulldog Sports Radio by VSporto, beginning May 7.
“Eric and I are thrilled to team up for Madkin & Moulds on Bulldog Sports Radio. We’re excited to bring Mississippi State fans a perspective unlike anywhere else in sports talk,” Madkin said.
Wayne Madkin made the announcement Thursday night in Starkville on the eve of MSU’s 2012 Super Bulldog Weekend, as Bulldog Sports Radio hosted a packed crowd for its “Spring Fling Luau” at The Veranda in Starkville.
“We lived and breathed Bulldog sports as student athletes, and that passion for the maroon and white has never left us. We’re ready to take Bulldog Sports Radio listeners behind the scenes and break down the game in a way only we know how.”
Wayne Madkin, a quarterback at Mississippi State from 1998 to 2001, threw for over 6,000 yards, scored 41 touchdowns as a passer and rusher, and remains the most prolific quarterback in MSU football history. In his three-year career in Starkville, Eric Moulds caught 118 passes for just under 2,000 yards and 17 touchdowns before becoming a three-time Pro Bowler for the Buffalo Bills and a member of Buffalo’s 50th anniversary team. Moulds finished just five yards shy of 10,000 in his pro career, starring as the Bill’s number one receiver for eight seasons.
“I’ve been lucky enough to enjoy a great professional career playing football, but my heart has always been at home with the Bulldogs,” said Moulds, a Lucedale, Miss., native.
“’Madkin & Moulds’ is a chance for Wayne and myself to interact with MSU fans, talk football and share our experiences with Bulldog Sports Radio and the Mississippi State community.”