Cost of Attendance, the new normal, and telling your story

In the new normal for major college athletics, which begins next school year, “cost of attendance” is a term you’ll hear a lot. It’s the modern lingo for “pay the players.” College athletics generates a lot of cash. Now the

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Back at Work

Ole Miss baseball won’t begin the next phase of postseason, the NCAA tournament, before next Friday at a site and time to be announced Monday. It’s a different sort of feel right now but not an altogether bad one. Of

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The struggle is real

Interesting topic addressed by ESPN’s Jemele Hill on Wednesday. I was at Snap Fitness when I saw the clips of Steph Curry’s daughter at the postgame news conference after Golden State beat Houston in Game 1 of the Western Conference

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New post-grad basketball transfer says the foot is fine

Ole Miss’ newest post-graduate transfer has an extra year to complete his eligibility because of an injury. Tomasz Gielo, a versatile forward for Liberty University, sustained a stress fracture in his right foot seven games into his senior season. He

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No Deflategate at Ole Miss

Had an interesting conversation with head equipment manager Ken Crain as we discussed Deflategate. Crain has been involved with Ole Miss football equipment in some capacity since 1993. He explained the process of having the balls properly inflated and says

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Ole Miss press conference video

Here is the video from the Rebels’ press conference after their 6-1 loss to Alabama. LINK

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Final: Alabama 6, Ole Miss 1

The Rebels are done. They haven’t won more than one game in the SEC tournament since 2010. Alabama RHP Geoffrey Bramblett threw a complete game and struck out a career-high 10. He’s not overwhelming, but he locates. Kids, throw strikes. Colby

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Stanley thriving in Arena ball

From the Mother Ship, an interesting read this morning on former Ole Miss quarterback Nathan Stanley, who left Ole Miss in the spring of 2011, is doing big things in Arena football with San Jose. So is Odie Armstrong, a

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SEC Tournament Update

HOOVER, Ala. — All-SEC teams were announced earlier today, and relief pitcher Wyatt Short was the Rebels’ lone selection, a second-team choice. I thought Sikes Orvis’ power numbers might get him on one of the teams. They’re actually a touch

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Rebels get a post-grad transfer

Ole Miss media relations announced a post-graduate basketball transfer earlier today. A native of Poland, Tomasz Gielo is 6-foot-9 and looks like he can shoot a little bit. – PA OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss head coach Andy Kennedy announced

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … So what’s the difference in one win for Ole Miss baseball? A lot of security as it turns out. One of the benefits to not having a second game to cover on

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Orvis is SEC co-player of week

Eight RBIs against Arkansas State helped Sikes Orvis win co-player of the week when the SEC announced its last round of weekly individual awards earlier this evening. It’s the first time in his career for Orvis, a senior from Orlando,

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Final: Ole Miss 7, Texas A&M 4

Today’s first game stands as the final of the series which ends tied at 1. Game 3 has been cancelled due to weather concerns. That move guarantees that Ole Miss finishes with not only a winning overall record (30-25) which

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