Monthly Archives: April 2014

Final: So. Miss 7, Ole Miss 6

After Evan Anderson and Jacob Waguespack — and they were done after three innings — there was no effective pitching. The Rebels had 14 hits but petered out in the latter innings. They got five runs against Southern Miss starter

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Freeze talks SEC scheduling, other topics on conference call

In the aftermath of the SEC’s Sunday announcement that it would remain at eight conference football games and would keep permanent cross-division opponents – meaning Vanderbilt for Ole Miss – LSU AD Joe Alleva had this to say.  “If you’re

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Opportunity for Anderson

Big start for Ole Miss freshman left-hander Evan Anderson tonight. First pitch against Southern Miss is 6:30. This start would ordinarily go to senior left-hander Jeremy Massie. Massie, though, was instrumental in Sunday’s 9-6 sweep-securing win over Kentucky as he

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Getting back in routine today. We spent Tuesday afternoon helping at Joyner School in Tupelo. Lots of trees down, houses damaged, in a neighborhood known for its natural beauty. The school had

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Tuesday Morning Update

Waking up after the storms. Thanks to all those who called and send texts and tweets to check on us yesterday. Our neighborhood received no damage that I could see. There was significant damage not far away. We had power

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Rebels Rise

After its sweep at Kentucky, Ole Miss climbed five spots to No. 11 in this week’s release of the Baseball America top 25. LINK

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Opportunity out in front

With nine SEC games left and currently sitting five games over .500 at 13-8 in conference play some very important goals – mostly hosting a regional – are there for the taking for Ole Miss. Ole Miss hasn’t finished above

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Everybody be weather aware and safe today. From the Mother Ship, here’s our take on the SEC’s Sunday evening announcement that it will hold to its eight league games for football scheduling but

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Ole Miss 9, Kentucky 6

A few quick thoughts. It’s the third sweep of the season for Ole Miss. Those “extra” wins on an SEC weekend are huge given the ones the Rebels have let get away. They won’t help in a tie-breaker situation against opponents

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Wallace and the specialist

From the Mother Ship this morning, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is taking every possible step to guarantee that quarterback Bo Wallace has strength in his throwing arm at the end of the season. That includes visiting a specialist in

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Ole Miss 18, Kentucky 5

Ole Miss was again dominant offensively. For two games in Lexington it’s been a far better performance than in the two games preceding the trip, one against LSU the other against MSU. As much a statement as the first two

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Ellis’ big night

Chris Ellis was “on” against Kentucky last night. Here’s our account from James Pennington in Lexington. Ole Miss will look for another strong start today at noon from left-hander Christian Trent.

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Ole Miss 12, Kentucky 4

Will Allen had doubled and had three hits, and Sikes Orvis homered as had two hits as the Rebels collected 15 hits on the night. Ole Miss scored six runs in the third inning and cruised to a big win

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