This tennis deal is mind-blowing. You penalize a team that went through the SEC, what many believe to be the nation’s toughest tennis conference, unbeaten in both the regular season and the tournament so one team, Rice, doesn’t have to fly.
I’ve driven from North Mississippi to Houston. It can be done, and it’s not that hard.
What on Earth is the reward for perfection? There is none. Ole Miss AD Pete Boone says he’s going to be on the phone rattling chains today. Typically, the NCAA answers to no one, and I don’t expect change in this situation. We’ll see.
Football signee Jamar Hornsby is back in court today. His session in Starkville’s municipal court begins at 2. We’ll keep you posted. Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt has not commented on Hornsby’s legal matters to this point. It’s unclear if he will today.
The baseball Rebels dropped a 6-4 decision to Southern Miss last night at Trustmark Park. They are back in action tonight at 6:30 at home against Ark.-Pine Bluff in the final non-conference game.