Monthly Archives: April 2013

Kendricks talks pole vault

I visited Monday with Ole Miss sophomore Sam Kendricks, who currently has the world’s best jump in the pole vault. Kendricks cleared 19-0.75 at the Texas Relays. It’s the best mark in the NCAA since 1998. That jump got him into

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After Spring: Safeties

The defensive position where you most heard the word depth was the safeties. Throw the Huskie in here. Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack will employ a 4-3 package at times, but the base remains the 4-2-5, the fifth defensive

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Here’s Yahoo’s take on Murphy Holloway’s signing with the Ravens. Here’s a Columbia, S.C., TV station with a Q-And-A with Holloway. … From AL.com, Mike Slive’s comments seem to question the long-term

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Bianco media opp

Ole Miss dropped six spots to No. 24 in today’s release of the Baseball America Top 25. We visited with Rebels coach Mike Bianco and a couple of players earlier today. Here, Bianco covers several topics including the production of

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Holloway eager for Ravens’ opportunity

Murphy Holloway is glad to be part of the Baltimore Ravens. He leaves for Baltimore this Thursday but only for a long weekend. He will go through graduation ceremonies at Ole Miss in a couple of weeks and will leave

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After Spring: Cornerbacks

The most intriguing name in this group is Nick Brassell, the “NFL corner.” That’s a label Hugh Freeze applied to Brassell in the spring of 2012 before Brassell flunked out and spent his sophomore season at East Mississippi Community College.

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Monday Morning Update

Notes and thoughts on a Monday morning. … Not long after the NFL draft concluded Saturday Ole Miss basketball forward, now former, Murphy Holloway was on Twitter telling the world he had signed a free agent deal with the Baltimore

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NFL Draft Recap

Ole Miss did not have a player selected in the NFL draft for the first time since 1999 but was quick to see players sign free agent contracts, including basketball standout Murphy Holloway with Baltimore. The defending Super Bowl champions

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Final: Kentucky 5, Ole Miss 4

Lot of talk about the bullpen right now, and it’s easy to see that after the Rebels, usually pretty good from the pen, let a lead or a tie game get away in the eighth inning for the second time

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Final: Ole Miss 11, Kentucky 5

A good bounce back day for the Rebels, who put up 13 hits, led by Andrew Mistone who missed the cycle by a home run and drove in five runs. The Rebels got off to a fast start with four

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Final: Kentucky 3, Ole Miss 2

Ole Miss got nothing done for most of the game against Kentucky left-hander A.J. Reed — the first of three left-handers the Rebels will face in this series — then scratched out two runs to take a 2-1 lead after

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Wahl’s recent run of success

A blister on his pitching hand is a painful obstacle, but it’s not stopping Bobby Wahl. The Ole Miss junior tries to keep his focus on this season and not talk of the MLB draft. He’s a projected first-round pick

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Cotton Bowl rises

Ole Miss has a rich history with the Cotton Bowl. In the modern era that history includes playing in the final game at the original Cotton Bowl stadium at the Texas state fair grounds as well as the first game

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