Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning …

There’s a big match coming up for Ole Miss tennis, and Nik Scholtz has a message for you:

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Ole Miss basketball signee J.T. Escobar, a shooting guard listed at 6-foot-2, has been named Parade All-American. …

From Nashville, columnist David Climer says Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin should have to win two NCAA tournament games — not just defeat Iowa in a play-in game — to return as Vols coach. …

Football and basketball players unite in the arrest log at Missouri. …

From Saturday Down South, a spring football look at the Georgia Bulldogs. …

From Fayetteville, quarterback will be the most discussed position during Arkansas’ spring drills, and there’s plenty of competition for returning starter Brandon Allen. …

Defending SEC champ Auburn will open spring drills in little more than an hour, and ESPN will be there. …

Denham Springs, La., native, Mississippian since 1989 with a stop in Meridian before arriving in Tupelo. Daily Journal beat writer since 1996, covering Ole Miss since 2002. Proud Northeast Louisiana alum. Follow me on Twitter @parrishalford and listen to John Davis and myself daily with The Ole Miss Beat on Rebel Sports Radio.

Posted in Basketball, Football
  • Karl Hungus

    The Mizzu players arrests is another example of the “me” problem that is so prevalent in sports right now. Making themselves more important than the team. It’s a selfish attitude that goes against the TEAM concept. A player knows this and still takes the chance. Missed practices, missed games lead to missed opportunities for the team. It’s shameful.

    • bob

      it is an attitude that isn’t just prevalent in sports, it is prevalent throughout society as evidenced by internet trolls like you.

      • karl Hungus

        Internet troll? As usual, when you don’t have a legitimate argument, you resort to name calling…this is a sign of weakness or forfeiture. I will accept your concession.

  • Killer_Beeze

    Just the right person to replace Marshall Henderson! I’m X-cited about
    this upcoming season.

    Shooting
    guard J.T. Escobar was named first team 2014 Parade
    All-American last Friday. Escobar averaged 29.6 points per game
    in high school this season, connecting on 44 percent of his 3-point tries and 92
    percent of his free throws.

  • gehs72

    Great to see all the sports teams adopting Fins Up !!! Go get ‘em Nik & tennis Rebs!

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