Monthly Archives: February 2014

Demanding more

Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy wants junior guard Jarvis Summers to play heavy minutes. Summers is happy to oblige but also has a plan to share the responsibility that could wear him down. From the Mother Ship, Riding Summers

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Weekend Probables

Looks like some good starting pitching at Swayze Field this weekend. Out of five announced starters the highest ERA is 2.61. UCF is 6-2. It’s two losses have been 5-1 at Florida and 9-3 against Ohio State in 13 innings.

Posted in Baseball

Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … Donte Moncrief will not rest on his NFL Combine accomplishments and will take part in Pro Day activities at Ole Miss on Monday. Some other interesting names who will be on hand

Posted in Baseball, Basketball, Football

Wear and tear on Summers

How might the absence of Derrick Millinghaus, the backup point guard, affect Jarvis Summers? It could show up on offense. Summers had 20 points against Alabama, going 5-for-15 from the field, 9-for-10 from the free throw line. He was 1-for-6

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Moncrief’s prospects

I haven’t seen any updated draft projections for Donte Moncrief. Post ‘em if you got ‘em. He went into the combine as a projected third- or fourth-round pick. There has been some speculation. This fellow covering the Chiefs wonders about

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Shay Hodge likes what he sees in Ole Miss receivers

Shay Hodge left Ole Miss second in career receptions and touchdowns and first in yards. As he remains tuned in to what Ole Miss receivers are doing, he’s impressed with what he sees. “I think we are very loaded. Coach

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … The Duck Commander Independence Bowl. I’m a big fan of this. Local sponsor for a locally-driven bowl game that is a far better experience than the one that is in Birmingham. …

Posted in Basketball, Football

Ole Miss 4, La.-Monroe 3

That’s ninth-inning wins two straight days against Alma Mater U. Will Allen’s walk-off single in then ninth wins it for Ole Miss. I was over there for a few innings. Brantley Bell made some really nice plays at third, though

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Final: Ole Miss 79, Alabama 67

Marshall Henderson sets the SEC record for consecutive games with at least one 3-pointer, but he’s shut out in the second half for a second straight game. The support scoring we often write about was much better tonight. Jarvis Summers

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La.-Monroe at Ole Miss at 4

Today’s Lineup: 2/26 Lineup vs ULM: Lee 7; Bousfield 8; Anderson 6; Allen 2; Orvis DH; Overbey 4; Bortles 3; Jamison 9; Bell 5; Massie 1. — Coach Mike Bianco (@CoachMikeBianco) February 26, 2014 Bell, a freshman from Phoenix, is

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Brent Zwerneman covers Texas A&M for the Hearst newspapers in San Antonio and Houston.  He blogs here about the run off off-field incidents around A&M football right now. There’s a similar off-season

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Ole Miss 5, La.-Monroe 4

Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco talked about wanting to see more toughness from his team at his preseason presser. He saw that Tuesday when the Rebels overcame a 4-3 deficit in the ninth with two runs. It was a similar

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Rebels, Warhawks at 4 today, tomorrow

The research of Bill Bunting from Ole Miss media relations has turned up a few interesting facts on Alma Mater U. The Rebels and Louisiana-Monroe play today and tomorrow, both games at 4. Ole Miss will pitch sophomore Jacob Waguespack

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