By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Ole Miss tight end Sammie Epps has been dismissed for violation of team rules coach Hugh Freeze said Wednesday morning. While that was not good news for the Rebels’ depth behind two-time All-SEC selection Evan Engram, the news got better in the afternoon when Freeze announced that tight […]

Daily Journal, wire reports EUGENE, Ore. – Mississippi State sophomore Rhianwedd Price won the women’s 1500 meter title on Saturday, the last day of the NCAA Track and Field Championships. The Oregon women won their first NCAA title in 30 years, a day after the Ducks successfully defended their men’s title. Price ran down defending […]

By Brandon Speck Daily Journal OXFORD – Eli Johnson flirted with Nebraska, but as always, came back to his first love, Ole Miss. Lafayette’s 6-foot-3, 290-pound offensive lineman is a 3-star prospect with a list full of suitors including Mississippi State, Duke and the Huskers. But he has no intention of leaving Lafayette County, where […]

Daily Journal FULTON – Ole Miss redshirt pitcher Blake Bennett is transferring to Itawamba Community College for the 2016 baseball season. Bennett, a right-hander from Memphis University School, was named to the All-Region and All-Metro teams as a senior. He earned a spot in the State Farm Public vs. Private All-Star game after going 7-3 […]

CHICAGO (AP) – Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart tore a tendon and two ligaments in his right knee and will need reconstructive surgery, leaving him with a nine-month rehabilitation. Cozart, a former Ole Miss standout, hurt the knee when he slipped on first base while trying to beat out a grounder during a 5-2 win […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco had to be pleased with the way the 2015 MLB Draft went for the Rebels. Bianco saw two of his seniors selected and only has four players deliberating between attending school or a professional contract. “There’s about 1,200 kids that get drafted and a lot […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal The first two days of the Major League Baseball Draft have had Mississippi State coaches and fans anxiously awaiting every pick. Although no current Bulldog players were taken in the first 10 rounds, three of MSU’s highly rated recruits have already come off the board, leaving more nail-biting moments ahead […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal When Brian O’Neal was first named track and field coach at Ole Miss, he talked about competing for championships. The first step in getting there is having the athletes in the meet. In that regard the Rebels have made big strides. Ole Miss will send a record 17 athletes to […]


By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Stefan Moody is the player Ole Miss basketball can’t afford to lose unless it’s right now, and it is. The school announced Monday that Moody will be sidelined for 8 to 12 weeks as he recovers from surgery to repair a stress fracture in his lower left leg. […]