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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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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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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from Ole Miss’ 85-78 win over Vanderbilt … First, an apology to Mrs. Gielo. On a night with unusually balanced scoring and offensive contributions all around, I left out Tomasz Gielo in the print edition story as

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Football team honored

Loudest cheers in the Pavilion tonight have been for the football team which was just honored minutes ago. Here’s a little video.

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Kennedy talks Missouri, looks ahead to Vanderbilt

Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy was glad to see Tomasz Gielo knock down some big shots in the Rebels’ 76-73 win over Missouri last night. Ole Miss will need to not only hit some 3s but defend them against Vanderbilt

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Still no Saiz when Ole Miss faces Missouri on the road Wednesday

Ole Miss will try to break through on the SEC road tomorrow night and will still be at far less than full strength in the attempt. The Rebels will again be without Sebastian Saiz, their second-leading scorer and leading rebounder

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 80-63 win over Auburn … It doesn’t really matter that Auburn is a mess on the road. Ole Miss basketball, after four-straight losses, was much like Mississippi State was a week ago when the

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Final: Ole Miss 80, Auburn 63

Five Take-Aways as the Rebels snap a four-game losing streak … Moody looked a little gimpy: Gutsy effort by Stefan Moody, but that’s really not surprising. We didn’t get to hear Moody’s own take on his health as he left

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‘It wasn’t like the Pavilion.’

Interview sessions can be tough for players after losses, and we appreciate those who talk. You don’t have to be Shakespeare to be a good interview. Long flowing speeches rarely add anything. You just have to speak from the heart. That’s

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Day After Observations (Saturday Night Edition)

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 83-77 Moody-less loss at Mississippi State … It was the fourth-straight loss for Ole Miss. No one really expected an Ole Miss team missing three starters to win at MSU, right? That was my

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Kennedy talks Moody, Saiz and more

Ole Miss could be without as many as three starters when it travels to face rival Mississippi State Saturday. Stefan Moody is currently day to day. His status against the Bulldogs will likely be a game time decision. Sebastian Saiz

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Video Blog: Kennedy talks loss to South Carolina

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss was down three of its best players Tuesday night against South Carolina. That included point guard Stefan Moody, who watched the Rebels lose to the No. 24 Gamecocks in overtime while sitting on

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