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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Andy Kennedy’s name was tossed into the Tennessee conversation Monday by CBS’ Gary Parrish. So was Rick Barnes’ and it looks like to recently-made-former Texas coach will leave one Big Orange UT

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Former Ole Miss player Marshay Green is giving back to his hometown of Bastrop, La. Looks like Randall Mackey is helping out too. … Donnie Tyndall’s ouster at Tennessee had an impact

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … New Florida defensive coordinator Geoff Collins, formerly of Mississippi State, believes there will be reasons for his players to celebrate, and he wants them to know how to do it. … The

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Author of new book on Perry Wallace visits Oxford

                    By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Perry Wallace is not the leading scorer in the history of Vanderbilt University men’s basketball program. His greatest impact was being the first African-American on

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Insell: NIT run huge for young Ole Miss players

The Ole Miss women’s basketball team is getting ready to board the bus for Murfreesboro, home town of coach Matt Insell. Insell will coach against his dad for the second this season when Ole Miss and Middle Tennessee meet tomorrow

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Past production is often an accurate predictor of of future results. It’s not fool-proof, but based on that theory you can expect that that the very least basketball in what used to

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … For many the NIT, be it men’s or women’s, is a disappointment, a statement that the program fell short of goals. That’s not the way it is for Ole Miss women’s basketball

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Sunday Morning Update

After more than 26 years of telling sports stories I still enjoy my job. Thank Goodness. The week just completed had travel aspects that challenged that affection. Between airport security, baggage claim and other adventures in flight I found that

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Final: Xavier 76, Ole Miss 57

Ole Miss players didn’t talk about fatigue. They’re too proud to do that. Truthfully, this team has shot so poorly in key games down the stretch that it’s hard to look and say fatigue was a factor in shooting. Bottom

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Cox to Colts

Ole Miss fans who for years wanted to see Demarco Cox play football will now get their chance. Check out the latest ex-Ole Miss basketball player to give it a go in the NFL. Cox has signed a free agent

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Ole Miss vs. Xavier

Advance Notebook Column Ole Miss vs. Xavier NCAA Tournament Second Round Where: Veterans Memorial Arena (15,000) When: 3:10 p.m. TV: TBS Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network. Satellite Radio: Sirius 93, XM 203 Series: First Meeting. Coaches: Ole Miss – Andy

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Rebels try to get rest, get physically ready for Xavier

Ole Miss took a charter flight from Dayton to Jacksonville, about a four-hour process of leaving UD Arena and getting into the hotel in north Florida. The Rebels walked out of the arena around 12:30 and into the hotel around

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Video Blog: Summers, Rhett talk NCAA First Four win

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen DAYTON, Ohio. — Ole Miss guard Jarvis Summers and forward MJ Rhett wanted to see the beach in Florida. So they overcame a 17-point deficit at the half to BYU and posted a 94-90 win

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