By John Davis Sports Writer Soccer is like family to Oxford’s Olivia Rychlak. The sophomore defender has been playing the sport for years and she’s watched her five older siblings all garner success from running up and down the pitch. Each of Rychlak’s sisters played soccer, and at least through half of their careers in […]Read More..
By John Davis Sports Writer If a basketball is in the air, on either side of the court, Lafayette’s Xhiir Burgess almost certainly has a bead on it. The sophomore is all about rebounding for the Lafayette Lady Commodores. It’s her thing to do on the team, her identity if you will. Burgess has always […]Read More..
With Clemson scoring “just” 35 points against Alabama to win the national championship, it is now official that Ole Miss’ 43 points were the most scored against Alabama this season. Subtract the defensive touchdown, and it’s still the most. Alabama held its opponents to 12 points or fewer nine times this season. Teams change through […]Read More..
By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – If a road win at Auburn was supposed to get Ole Miss on a roll it fell short of that goal. Back at home the Rebels struggled offensively in a 69-47 loss to Georgia before 7,029 at The Pavilion Wednesday night. The Rebels were not bad defensively, their changing […]Read More..
By Chaning Green News Writer Visit Oxford is coordinating with different hotels in town to get ready for their first ever Hotel Hop as a part of their inaugural weeklong event, Pop Up Oxford. Pop Up Oxford will last from Sunday, Jan. 22, through Saturday, Jan. 28, and feature events and programs celebrating the culture […]Read More..