Monthly Archives: January 2013

White talks about loss of teammates

Ole Miss sophomore guard LaDarius White who showed up for interviews this afternoon. White has always struck me as a down-home, country boy. I mean that as a compliment. In the video below he talks about the loss of teammates

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More Chris Jones

From the mother ship, another Chris Jones update for you as both Ole Miss and Mississippi State are scheduled to visit the five-star defensive end from Houston this Saturday. No word on who won the coin flip to have the

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How do you feel about Henderson?

Here’s the USA Today online piece on Marshall Henderson that appeared yesterday. USA Today obtained court documents to find why it was ruled that Henderson violated his probation. The probation came after a 2010 charge of forgery. The story stays

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Jones, Williams out, Cox comeback possible

The bad injury news suspected last night has been confirmed. Sophomore forward Aaron Jones has a torn ACL. His season is done. Nick Williams further aggravated a foot injury that has kept him in a walking boot of late. His

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Calipari eager to see new Ole Miss arena

Murphy Holloway last week told us he wouldn’t change a thing about Tad Smith Coliseum. Well, John Calipari has different ideas. It’s easier to be happy after you’ve won, so the Kentucky coach was in a good mood last night.

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Chris Jones Update

From the mother ship this morning, our update on the recruiting of Houston defensive end Chris Jones, a five-star prospect. It’s down to Ole Miss or Mississippi State, Jones says. Our Brandon Speck visited with him on Tuesday afternoon.

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Freeze talks recruiting

At halftime of the Kentucky game Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze came by to talk about his recruiting class. I don’t know if that was his plan, necessarily, but those were about the only questions he got.

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About Last Night

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 87-74 loss to Kentucky … How quickly emotion can turn in this sport or any other. The Rebels were 6-0 in the league with hopes of a matchup of conference unbeatens this weekend at

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Final: Kentucky 87, Ole Miss 74

Freshman forward Nerlens Noel had only two points but was the difference in the game with his school-record 12 blocked shots, tying for third-most in SEC single-game history. Not a good early prognosis on Aaron Jones and Nick Williams. MRIs

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Kentucky at Ole Miss Scouting Report

Here’s the deal with Henderson. He’s not going to change, and he doesn’t have to change as long as he maintains an in-ward focus with his enthusiasm. The hard part, as he continues to walk the line of acceptable and

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Henderson coverage

Points and personality make Marshall Henderson a cant-pass-up story line for opponent media, blogs and national media as well. From Louisville, Ky. From Deadspin.com From NBCSports.com  

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Kentucky coach John Calipari is looking for more emotion from his team as the unranked Wildcats seek to upset No. 16 Ole Miss tonight at Tad Smith. The tip is at 8,

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Rebels Rise

Ole Miss is up to No. 16 in both polls as unranked Kentucky visits tomorrow night. LINK

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