Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ranked Rebels

Ole Miss breaks in at No. 19 in the coaches poll. LINK

Posted in Football

Arena Ground Breaking

The hole has been dug for a while, but the Rebels “officially” broke ground on the new arena today. The name will be the Pavilion at Ole Miss. There will be a name attached to it making it right now

Posted in Football

Seeking softball success

New Ole Miss coach Mike Smith has won big everywhere he’s been and takes over a program that has barely won at all, surpassing the .500 mark just two times since its inception in 1997. As softball has grown with

Posted in Athletics

Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … Twas the day before players report. From The Associated Press, quarterback questions abound in the SEC. … Former Ole Miss coach David Cutcliffe offered high praise for Kurt Roper on Paul Finebaum’s

Posted in Football

Rebels garner standout guard from Southaven

On the eve of a groundbreaking ceremony to unveil the new basketball arena on campus, Ole Miss men’s basketball coach Andy Kennedy picked up a significant verbal commitment.

Posted in Basketball, Recruiting

Ole Miss First Look: Louisiana-Lafayette

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss will host its first football game of the 2014 season Sept. 13 against Louisiana-Lafayette.

Posted in Football

Sanders talks wide receivers

Donte Moncrief, left, and Vince Sanders celebrate a touchdown in the Compass Bowl to close the 2012 season.

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze likes the depth on his football team but has said more than once he’d like to see more of it at wide receiver. It’s understandable to focus on the loss of Donte Moncrief, and many

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Happy in San Diego

From the Mother Ship, Brandon Speck caught up with former Ole Miss star Seth Smith before a game in Atlanta recently. Smith is having a strong season and recently signed a two-year extension. For the moment, he’s happy in San

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It’s all about winning

An interesting off-season discussion about the SEC quarterbacks in Mississippi was fueled by Bo Wallace’s comments at SEC Media Days. Comparing Wallace and Dak Prescott is really like comparing apples and oranges. They have different styles, but they’ll ultimately be

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … It’s not often you see SEC football go head up with Cape Cod and the Pacific Coast Highway, but here you go. Business Insiders lists Ole Miss football as a top 50

Posted in Baseball, Basketball, Football

Oxford’s Metcalf makes Rivals Top 100 list

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen DK Metcalf’s skills as a wide receiver blossomed last season, bringing him, and the Chargers, a lot of recognition in the process.

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Ole Miss First Look: Vanderbilt

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Vanderbilt’s success the last two seasons under James Franklin revolved around the Commodores being balanced on offense and productive, if not spectacular, on defense.

Posted in Football

Updating Gross, Liggins

From the Mother Ship, our update on Issac Gross and Jeremy Liggins as the start of camp approaches. LINK

Posted in Football

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