Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from Ole Miss’ 76-60 win over Arkansas … Stefan Moody is such a great player than when he’s not great it really looks odd. Consistency is the hardest achievement for athletes, being so good game after game.

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Five Take-Aways from a 76-60 win over Arkansas

Containing Kingsley in one half: Early on it looked like Moses Kingsley would dominate Ole Miss. But the Rebels bottled up Kingsley in the second half, a key factor in their 76-60 win over Arkasnas. Kingsley, who played most of his

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Video Blog: Kennedy talks home win over Arkansas

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss got off to a slow start Saturday against Arkansas. Then the Rebels buckled down on defense, and used a balanced scoring ledger to pull away from the Razorbacks at The Pavilion.

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Ole Miss volleyball, track athlete dies in wreck

Ole Miss volleyball and track and field athlete Taina Laporte, 23, has died in a car wreck in Benton County, the school has confirmed. The accident occurred at the intersection of Highways 7 and 72. According to a WTVA report

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Saiz is back

Junior center Sebastian Saiz talks about his 26 minutes at Florida, his continuing recovery from two eye surgeries and the Arkansas Razorbacks. On a side note, Andy Kennedy told us Saiz had some trouble, not much but some, from the

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Robinson eager to get going with his junior season

I saw Errol Robinson hug a senior citizen who was going through the autograph line when Ole Miss baseball players sat behind tables prior to a basketball game recently. The scene reminded me how much Robinson enjoys college baseball. “There’s

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Manning defends program’s rise, Freeze’s integrity

We covered a lot of topics with Archie Manning in a rare, casual sit-down interview yesterday. The Super Bowl and his sons were a big topic, but I also asked about his thoughts on the NCAA investigation. Manning was co-chair

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … The Ole Miss NCAA story is picking up steam around the SEC. Lots of folks read The Associated Press it seems. I got a lot of calls to be on radio shows

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The AP NCAA story

Here’s our take on the NCAA story. If in fact there are nine football violations under Hugh Freeze more than half can be traced to the Tunsil case that has been dealt with. The school is working to spin this

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Former Texas A&M QB Kyle Allen, one of two to transfer out of College Station, describes a “culture” not flattering to the current administration. … Cam says he will not conform. This

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Baseball: Strong fall and early spring work for Woodman, Blackman

A few baseball notes as Opening Day nears. Junior shortstop Errol Robinson is getting a lot of preseason attention. Two other Ole Miss players who might be flying under the radar a bit because of 2015 performances are also getting

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Get to know this guy. He’s followed up a good fall with good winter practice and could find his way into a starting spot with Ole Miss baseball. … I’m sure Cam

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The quarterback position: Moving on without Kincade, Buchanan

Not too long ago quarterback seemed like a crowded position for Ole Miss. As is often the case, things have a way of sorting themselves out, and that’s what’s happened here. Last fall with Shea Patterson already committed there was

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