Rebels still fighting for NCAA spot

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal BATON ROUGE, La. – Georgia coach Mark Fox called Ole Miss a lock for the NCAA tournament in spite of the...

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Earlier this week, Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy called on his “Big Three” for greater efficiency on offense. Stefan Moody answered that challenge with a bang. Jarvis Summers, the group’s senior leader, has struggled of late, hitting just 10 of his last 40 shots since he scored 22 […]

STARKVILLE Ding Dong, the Humphrey Coliseum witch is dead. And the Rebels will roll on after a 71-65 victory. The NCAA Tournament buzz for Ole Miss began some time ago. It only strengthened over the life of a six-game win streak, and that consistency allowed the Rebels’ streak-ending loss to Arkansas, a physical, last-second heart-breaker, […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Simply getting into games was a switch for Henri Lartigue, much less batting in the three hole. His comfort level from both sides of the plate, though, could be something that keeps Lartigue in the lineup for many games to come. It’s where he expects to be today […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Ole Miss football is going back to California. The school on Thursday announced at home-and-home deal with the University of California at Berkley – better known as Cal. The Rebels will visit the Pac-12 Conference members on Sept. 16, 2017 with the Bears making the return trip on […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Mississippi State hopes to hold serve at home against Ole Miss at 8 p.m. tonight on ESPN2 and continue to make Humphrey Coliseum a house of horrors for the Rebels. The Bulldogs have won five straight at home in the series – in a venue where Ole Miss […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Playing away from home has been a delightful experience for Ole Miss this season, but with so much riding on the Rebels’ last six games, the stretch begins tonight at the most daunting – for them – of opposing venues. In the thick of the NCAA tournament conversation […]

JACKSON After a watershed Mississippi college football season, what in the world could our basketball teams provide for an encore? Quite a bit, as it turns out. Mississippi State’s women, nationally ranked at 24-4 (with two double overtime losses) lead the way. If the Big Dance started today, the Ole Miss men would surely be […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Jarvis Summers wasn’t available for a media chat on Monday. He was in Tad Smith Coliseum – not the basketball practice facility where his teammates were gathering for practice – putting up shots. Summers performed at such a high level a year ago as a junior when he […]

PATTERSON

By John Davis Oxford Citizen Fat Tuesday lived up to its name for the Ole Miss Rebels on the football recruiting front. Shea Patterson, the nation’s No. 1 dual-threat quarterback, gave head coach Hugh Freeze and the 2016 class a huge boost of momentum with his verbal pledge Tuesday afternoon. Patterson, a 6-foot-2, 195 pounder […]