Monthly Archives: January 2014

The hunt for Sims

Birmingham offensive lineman Jordan Sims tells AL.com that Ole Miss is currently at the top of his list and that he expects to announce his college choice — He likes Auburn a lot too — before National Signing Day and

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … Ole Miss opens the 2014 regular season against Boise State in Atlanta. It’s an easy drive, assuming it’s not snowing in late August, and a lot of Ole Miss fans will make

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Giants scoff at lawsuit targeting club, Eli

The New York Giants say a lawsuit filed Wednesday alleging that quarterback Eli Manning and the club created fake “game-worn” memorabilia is completely without merit. The lawsuit alleges that Eli wanted to keep the original merchandise. LINK

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A versatile addition

From the Mother Ship, this morning’s story on Ole Miss signee C.J. Hampton.   With the coming of C.J. Hampton the Ole Miss Rebels will add a defensive back with strength and versatility says a guy who ought to know.

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … The Knoxville perspective here as Tennessee used its physical post presence to reestablish control in the Vols’ 86-70 win over Ole Miss last night. … South Carolina, the Rebels’ next opponent, broke

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Tennessee 86, Ole Miss 70

Rebels fall behind early and never catch up though they did cut a 19-point lead to five in the second half but the Vols used their bigs to surge out again. Twenty-six points for Henderson on 8-for-19 shooting. 16 for

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Freeze responds to Hill report

WTVA is reporting that Ole Miss football player Bobby Hill has been arrested by Oxford police on charges of sexual battery. LINK Investigators said a victim made a claim that Hill sexually assaulted her, and Hill, 19, was taken into

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Ole Miss at Tennessee

The game is still on as far as I can tell. Given the travel conditions I sat this one out. Andy Kennedy and the Rebels are in Knoxville. There was photographic evidence of a shootaround at Thompson-Boling Arena earlier today.

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Cooper and the OL

I see that the Ole Miss Spirit this morning is reporting that junior college signee Fahn Cooper will need the spring semester of juco to get his grades in order and will not participate in drills with the Rebels. If

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … More adventures with pipes this morning. We’re already having to replace carpet from the last go round of single-digit temps. It’s the cumulative effect that gets us on this. We’ve taken the

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White, Perez and a notebook

The third scorer — someone to take the load off Marshall Henderson and Jarvis Summers — is something Ole Miss has been looking for most of this season. LaDarius White has been the obvious choice based on experience, physical make-up

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … There will be a “White Out” promotion coming up soon at La. Tech where former Ole Miss player and assistant Michael White has the Ruston Bulldogs at 16-4 and second place in

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Kennedy talks Tennessee, Henderson-Ray and more

Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy did not see anything in the verbal exchange between Marshall Henderson and Mississippi State coach Rick Ray that will cause Henderson to face discipline or lose playing time. Ole Miss takes on Tennessee Wednesday night

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