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By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Junior left-hander David Parkinson was perfect through four innings, and Chase Cockrell and Thomas Dillard hit home runs as No. 17 Ole Miss defeated No. 24 North Carolina-Wilmington 7-2 Friday before an announced crowd of 10,041 at Swayze Field. Game 2 in the series is at noon Saturday. […]

OXFORD – Ole Miss has three regular season basketball games remaining, and senior guard Rasheed Brooks will get to play in them barring another setback. Brooks went down with a seizure during the Rebels’ home game with Tennessee on Jan. 17. He returned after two games away but also missed the Rebels’ 87-82 overtime win […]

OXFORD Wednesday’s great reveal from Ole Miss about its NCAA investigation brings with it, for some, a great exhale. At least now those in the Ole Miss fan base know what their team is up against. Speculation, some of it, ends. There’s plenty more on the table such as how will the NCAA respond to […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Making the jump from high school to a starting shortstop in the SEC has its own set of challenges. Just putting on the jersey shouldn’t provide one more. Grae Kessinger says game-day dress really isn’t a problem as an Ole Miss freshman at the infield’s most influential fielding […]

As a new day dawns on yesterday’s afternoon NCAA news dump, a few thoughts … Most of the allegations are serious in nature, and if proved the appropriate penalties should be applied. The belief that it happens in all programs does not justify breaking the rules. There are rules with which a coach or administration […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Ole Miss vice chancellor for athletics Ross Bjork says the school will aggressively defend itself against most of the alleged NCAA violations revealed Wednesday. The school had previously self-imposed 11 scholarship cuts as part of 13 football violations announced last May. It has added to that a bowl […]

Daily Journal Taken from the transcription of his remarks on Wednesday, Ole Miss vice chancellor for athletics Ross Bjork details the nine allegations against the football program – at least five of which the school plans to contest: 1. It is alleged that Prospective Student-Athlete A went hunting near campus on private land owned by […]

Daily Journal The Ole Miss women’s basketball team plays its final road game tonight at 7 at Missouri. The Rebels (16-11, 5-9 SEC) are coming off an 85-67 loss at Vanderbilt and are 1-5 in conference road games. Ole Miss has never won at Missouri. A win would match the most conference wins in a […]

SEC road wins are treasured, particularly at your rival’s gym, and Andy Kennedy wanted to take a few minutes to treasure his. In a society that forever spins forward the Ole Miss coach wanted to slow down. The Rebels have made their annual appearance on the bubble, the edge of the NCAA tournament conversation. A […]