Monthly Archives: March 2014

Henderson in 3-point competition

From Media Relations OXFORD — Ole Miss senior Marshall Henderson has been selected to compete in the State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships Thursday at Moody Coliseum on the SMU campus in Dallas. Henderson, the SEC single-season 3 point record holder,

Posted in Basketball

Freeze talks scrimmage, Monday work

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze wasn’t very impressed with his team’s follow-up to Saturday’s scrimmage today. He talks about the scrimmage here, about today’s practice and about some of his early freshman enrollees: [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dgjyAfgHcM[/youtube]

Posted in Football

Focusing on turnovers

Turnovers will no doubt be a topic for Ole Miss football players in meetings today before they get back on the practice field this afternoon. Hugh Freeze didn’t spend a lot of time on the topic in interviews after the

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Today begins the final week of spring football at Ole Miss with the Grove Bowl set for Saturday morning. Here’s what Saturday looks like weather-wise. … The college baseball polls will come

Posted in Baseball, Basketball

Tide completes the sweep

Alabama wins Game 3 today by a 3-1 final. When you have seven hits and draw three walks you have opportunities. Alabama scored three runs off eight hits and only one walk issued, that by reliever Aaron Greenwood, the third

Posted in Baseball

Alabama 6, Ole Miss 5, 10 innings

Not a good scene for the Ole Miss bullpen. After a shaky first for Christian Trent, the left-hander settled down and went 6.1 innings, giving up just two runs, one unearned, both in the first. Trent started the seventh with

Posted in Baseball

Saturday Football Scrimmage

I am in Tuscaloosa awaiting the start of Game 2 in the baseball series with Alabama. David Collier of The Daily Mississippian helped us out with the football scrimmage .. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack expressed optimism last week in his

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Nkemdiche looks back, looks ahead

Robert Nkemdiche thought he could have played better as a freshman, but he’s excited about where he is for his sophomore season. As the nation’s No. 1 high school recruit Nkemdiche said he felt the bulls-eye on his back right

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Robert Nkemdiche looks back, looks ahead

Robert Nkemdiche thought he could have played better as a freshman, but he’s excited about where he is for his sophomore season. As the nation’s No. 1 high school recruit Nkemdiche said he felt the bulls-eye on his back right

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Alabama 7, Ole Miss 6

Ole Miss’ Chris Ellis and Alabama’s Spencer Turnbull, two SEC starters with sub-1 ERAs, both got rocked, but Turnbull lasted longer. While Ole Miss got solid pitching from the bullpen, Turnbull left the game leading, and the Rebels could not

Posted in Baseball

Football Practice Notes

I did not make it to football today. Thanks to David Collier of the Daily Mississippian for his help. Alabama leads Ole Miss 5-4 in the bottom of the third currently. Here’s Hugh Freeze: [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qf6eKfvEUKI[/youtube] The Rebels will have their

Posted in Football

Pitching probables for the weekend

Rainy forecast for baseball in Tuscaloosa. LINK CSS TV and ESPN3 streaming for Saturday’s game. Tonight, 6:30 Ole Miss RHP Chris Ellis (4-0, 0.67) vs. Alabama RHP Spencer Turnbull (2-1, 0.28) Saturday, 6:00 Ole Miss LHP Christian Trent (3-0, 3.16)

Posted in Baseball

Freeze still unclear on where Liggins fits, weight will factor in

There has been a lot of excitement for the signing of former Lafayette quarterback Jeremy Liggins. Where Liggins’ college career goes from here may depend on his weight loss. Liggins is currently listed at 6-foot-3, 296. He’s shown some nimble

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