Daily Journal Tupelo’s Chris Stratton, the former Mississippi State standout, pitched effectively Friday night in his sixth Triple-A start. Stratton tossed eight innings of five-hit ball for Sacramento, giving up one run. His team lost 7-1 to Salt Lake City after the River Cats’ bullpen gave up six runs in the ninth. Stratton, a 2012 […]

In celebration of Independence Day weekend, we present an American treasure, Mount Rushmore – with a Magnolia State twist. After much thought and discussion, here are four athletic personalities we believe worthy of representing Ole Miss in timeless stone carving. These individuals have impacted the Rebels long after playing, coaching or broadcasting, their legacies continuing […]

In celebration of Independence Day weekend, we present an American treasure, Mount Rushmore – with a Magnolia State twist. After much thought and discussion, here are four athletic personalities we believe worthy of representing Mississippi State in timeless stone carving. These individuals have impacted the Bulldogs long after playing, coaching or broadcasting, their legacies continuing […]

Buckeyes’ World Ohio State, the defending national champion, is sure to be everyone’s preseason No. 1. The Buckeyes return 16 starters and are blessed to have three quarterbacks who could start anywhere. But it’ll be tough to repeat, as so much went right for this team last season. Clemson? Really? Could Clemson crash the national […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Growing up in Pontotoc, Delvin Zinn dreamed of one day playing professional baseball. But that wasn’t his only dream. His pro baseball dream came one step closer to reality last month when the Chicago Cubs selected him in the 28th round (833rd overall) in the MLB Draft. Zinn […]

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Representatives of the NCAA were in town Friday to speak with Lindsey Miller, the stepfather of Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, according to Miller. Miller told the Clarion-Ledger the NCAA’s visit was part of an investigation into alleged rules violations by the Ole Miss football program. A […]

Daily Journal He’s not threatening Cal Ripken’s streak, but former Ole Miss baseball standout Chris Coghlan has the longest active streak of games played in the major leagues. After Thursday, he’s up to 141 games in a row. Coghlan took over the consecutive game lead in mid-June after Freddie Freeman (234) of the Braves injured […]

OXFORD In what is traditionally a slow sports week, Laremy Tunsil has provided the holiday fireworks. The story is ongoing, and it remains to be seen whether allegations from Tunsil’s stepfather that the junior tackle was riding around with agents will lead to upheaval along the Ole Miss offensive line. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze, […]

By Brandon Speck Daily Journal OXFORD – Shea Patterson walked over to the table to have his mug shot taken at Wednesday’s Southern Elite Combine. In a rare occasion in Oxford, he was asked his name. Patterson, the No. 2 pro style quarterback in the country and an Ole Miss verbal commitment, was one of […]