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|April 01, 2009||Ole Miss 8, Jackson State 7||4 comments|
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Hey folks. I'm around the office today and will have some baseball notes up later this morning after Mike Bianco speaks on the SEC teleconference.
In response to UPTexan's question below, the new website has wobbly legs, but we're young and growing. We've gotten some good response and some not so good response. Most folks don't like change. It's a new thing for us too, as we learn the different ways to manage the blog.
Thanks Texan and others for moving over with us. The site is different, but the content will be the same and hopefully better.
It took 10 innings, but the Rebels won in the last inning for the second straight night to complete a sweep of three non-conference games in three days. Ole Miss has played six straight days and now takes off today before Kentucky comes to town Friday.
A few notes from Wednesday’s football practice, the second in full pads.
Now that the Kentucky basketball hire is out of the way most fans in the SEC can return their attention to spring football.
That being said, here are five big questions for the league this spring, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Click on the link below.
I will be a chaperone for a school field trip today on the streets of downtown Tupelo. Spring football practice resumes this afternoon at 3:50, and I'll have some notes on the blog tonight. The baseball Rebels are back on the field tonight at 6:30 against Memphis at AutoZone Park.
The Rebels rallied with two in the bottom of the ninth on a basehit and a timely error by the visiting Tigers. All of JSU's five earned runs were scored against the middle relief pitching of Ole Miss. Every non-conference game will be a challenge for the Rebels. There's another one tonight against Memphis at AutoZone Park.
Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy is among several coaches the Memphis Commercial Appeal says could be a replacement for Memphis coach John Calipari, should Calipari leave for Kentucky, as expected.
As the coaching wheel spins Andy Kennedy's name has come up in a Memphis story as a possible replacement for John Calipari at Memphis. Calipari has not officially been named coach at Kentucky, but his departure from Memphis appears imminent.
The story mentions Kennedy's legal issues as a possible hindrance.
I wonder how good the Memphis job is if Calipari takes that recruiting class, as apparently will be the case.
Throw in a possible transfer, and if there's a talent drain is that just another C-USA job?
Missouri coach Mike Anderson may or may not have been offered the Georgia job, depending on conflicting reports. I know Georgia offers a lot of positives with Atlanta nearby, but I can't believe positioning yourself between St. Louis and Kansas City, as Anderson is in Columbia, Mo., right now, is a bad thing in terms of recruiting.
Seems like the Big 12 is a better basketball league right now too.
Perhaps a reported offer of $2 million will sway Anderson, who coached under Nolan Richardson at Arkansas.