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Adidas accepts responsibility for MSU’s vulgar warm-ups

Adidas has accepted responsibility for the offensive language directed at Ole Miss on new warm-up tops presented to the Mississippi State baseball team. This from Logan Lowery. Headquartered in Portland, Adidas issued this apology : “We apologize to Mississippi State, their

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Rebels feeling better about themselves after Vanderbilt, Tenn.-Martin

Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco has talked about the need for this team to develop some confidence. Maybe that’s taking place. As its 10-24 record suggests, Tennessee’s Martin campus does not have a very good baseball team. The Skyhawks were

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Final: Ole Miss 11, Tennessee-Martin 1

Martin is 10-24 for a reason, and the Rebels did what they needed to do in a business-like manner. That’s about all you could say for this game, and honestly, you haven’t been able to say that in some other

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Wow, check out Ralph Russo’s story on bowl game payouts. Pretty soon they’ll be talking about real money. … That baseball game against Tennessee-Martin that was scheduled for 6:30 has been moved

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Weathersby SEC co-pitcher of week

Ole Miss senior Scott Weathersby has been named co-pitcher of the week in the SEC. The right-hander from Oak Grove threw a career-long six innings in relief with 10 strikeouts, also a career-high, helping the Rebels to a 6-5 16-inning

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Spring football is now complete. I’ll begin an After Spring look at the Rebels position by position. Hugh Freeze backtracked a little bit on Saturday when he named Ryan Buchanan the leader.

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Sunday morning baseball thoughts on a big weekend at No. 1 Vanderbilt

Just box score browsing it looks like yesterday’s 5-4 baseball win over No. 1 Vanderbilt was the cleanest game in a while for Ole Miss. No errors in the field, a double-digit hit game with production spread throughout the lineup.

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Baseball has a split going into Game 3 at Vanderbilt

Colby Bortles’ grand slam sent last night’s Game 2 to extras — lots of them — and that’s where Scott Weathersby took over. Weathersby went a career-long six innings with no runs on two hits and one walk with 10

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Omaha unlikely this year — for anyone in Mississippi

From the Mother Ship, sports editor John Pitts takes a look at Mississippi’s big picture for college baseball, and a lot has to change fast at a lot of places if anyone is going to be part of the Omaha

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Ole Miss vs. Southern Miss

The Rebels will try to distance themselves from a disappointing weekend against Tennessee when they take on Southern Miss tonight at Trustmark Park in Pear. First pitch is 6:30 p.m. One bright spot for Ole Miss in the last two

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Checking in from Swayze

Checking in from Swayze and just wanted to say Happy Easter. Check out Luke 24:6. We’re about a half hour from first pitch here.

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Final: Tennessee 6, Ole Miss 3

The Rebels didn’t really look into it mentally, and it showed early. There appeared to be a little miscommunication with the second batter of the game, Tennessee’s A.J. Simcox. Errol Robinson was late getting to a ground ball. Simcox reached

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Video Blog: Golsan, Cloyd key Rebels in win over Vols

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss continued to produce at the plate in its SEC opener against Tennessee Friday night. 

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