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M Club Hall of Fame class

Chucky Mullins will be the most recognized name, but the M Club Hall of Fame 2014 class, announced today by Ole Miss, has a real Northeast Mississippi feel about it with two of the six members being former area high

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Catching up with Insell, Mott, McRoberts

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Hugh Freeze isn’t the only Ole Miss coach busy trying to get his team ready for the 2014 season.

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Ole Miss is back on the practice fields this morning. It’s closed so no reaction or updates here. Maybe players will write some things on Twitter. No. 1 in the SEC and

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Seeking softball success

New Ole Miss coach Mike Smith has won big everywhere he’s been and takes over a program that has barely won at all, surpassing the .500 mark just two times since its inception in 1997. As softball has grown with

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No date set for parking garage

As I visited with Ross Bjork to talk baseball yesterday we also talked parking. There’s no announced date as to when the new parking garage adjacent Vaught-Hemingway Stadium will be open for business. “We don’t have final answers right now,”

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Report: Comcast, SEC Network near agreement

This is big news in a lot of Mississippi communities including Tupelo. The Comcast exec quoted in this Fox Sports report seems to be pretty optimistic. LINK

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Kendricks’ Triple Play

A rare collection of three championships for Ole Miss pole vaulter Sam Kendricks.   From Ole Miss Media Relations   SACRAMENTO – SEC Champion. NCAA Champion. And now, USA Champion. Sam Kendricks capped off his remarkable junior year of college

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Rebels in the draft

(Will update as necessary) Today’s Picks Chris Ellis: Angels, third round, No. 88. Auston Bousfield: Padres, fifth round, No. 147. Austin Anderson: Orioles, ninth round, No. 271.

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SEC meetings conclude

The SEC business meetings have concluded with the league handing out a total of $309.6 million to be divided among its 14 schools. It also ended with the suggestion that the five power conferences could form their own division within

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Jones, Keenum talk autonomy, full cost of attendance

Here is the text of Thursday interviews from Dan Jones and Mark Keenum Ole Miss chancellor Dan Jones (What did you guys talk about in your meetings?) “Standard business. I don’t think we had anything controversial. Just standard reports. Spent some

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Destin Day 3 Wrap

Presidents and ADs are in various meetings this morning. The general business session begins is scheduled for noon to 2. Hopefully it will finish a bit earlier since this has been described as a non -contentious Destin. We’ll see what

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Destin Day 1 Wrap

Our coverage from Day 1 of the SEC spring meetings … No college football coach would ever admit to altering his routine when the FCS game rolls around, but you know that happens. Maybe it’s in installing something for the

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Monday Morning Update

Happy Memorial Day folks. Just a note to say that I will be traveling today to the SEC business meetings in Destin where I will be covering for the rest of the week. John Davis will have news on the

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