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Report: Ankle sprain shelves Nkemdiche, an NBC enterprise, has posted that former Ole Miss star Robert Nkemdiche will miss roughly two weeks of the Arizona Cardinals’ camp while recovering from a high angle sprain. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians made the announcement to the media

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Athlon puts Ole Miss No. 3 in the West

It’s preseason magazine time, and Athlon has high opinions of Ole Miss this season – depending on how you look at it. Athlon projects the Rebels No. 10 nationally, but No. 3 in the SEC West behind Alabama, which it

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After the draft and looking ahead for Ole Miss

Just a couple of weeks ago budget hawks at Mississippi newspapers and media outlets were preparing for the possibility of two teams in Omaha for the College World Series. At the time, there was also the national dialogue that West

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Wrapping up the Oxford Regional and 2016 season

They’re still playing baseball in the Oxford Regional today though the home team is no longer part of the festivities. I saw ESPN scroll a stat across the bottom of the screen Saturday night that said Ole Miss had become

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Bianco, players discuss Oxford Regional Exit

Here’s the postgame with Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco and players Colby Bortles and Kyle Watson.

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Rebels and the 10,000-plus crowds

We’re about 40 minutes from first pitch at Swayze Field in an Oxford Regional elimination game between Tulane and Ole Miss. The Rebels lost to Utah 6-5 in extras before a crowd of 10,166 last night. They weren’t all here at

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Evaluating the national seeds, other Oxford Regional notes

Well it certainly looks Ole Miss was in the mix for a national seed but came up short. There was a lot of conversation about Ole Miss and LSU competing for a top eight spot. Each no doubt was hoping

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Oxford Regional

1 Ole Miss 4 Utah 3 Boston College 2 Tulane No national seed. Ole Miss paired with 3 seed Miami for super. Rebels and Utah play Friday night. Tulane was a 2 seed here in 2007 when Ole Miss won

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Football moving forward

With everyone having a chance now to process the notice of allegations and the Ole Miss response the biggest immediate question for most folks is what happens moving forward? These allegations are water under the bridge now. Under many bridges

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Ole Miss baseball and the case for a national seed

Mike Bianco made an impassioned plea for fairness from the NCAA in regard to how it chooses national seeds this weekend. I have an idea, however, that Bianco and the NCAA will define fairness differently. The 16 regional host sites

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Wrapping up the win over Vanderbilt

It’s hard for me to wrap my mind around Ole Miss as a dominant offense, but that’s how the Rebels are winning games in the SEC tournament. I was critical of this group earlier this season for not hitting “good”

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Final thoughts on win over South Carolina

As long as the Rebels hang around in the SEC tournament the national seed and to some degree host will be a talking point. Actually I think you can take host out of there, but that’s just me. The question,

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Final thoughts on Ole Miss, Georgia

So how do you feel about this Ole Miss baseball team? Are the Rebels a lock to host a regional? Errol Robinson told us Saturday that the thinking after the Game 3 win over Texas A&M was about national seed,

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