Rebels stay at No. 18

Losing the second game of a weekend series for the second straight week didn’t dampen D1Baseball.com’s enthusiasm for Ole Miss. It keeps the Rebels. No. 18 in its latest rankings. LINK

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Video Blog: Kennedy talks Moody, importance of Georgia

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen This week’s SEC Player of the Week is Ole Miss junior guard Stefan Moody. His consistent play the last month has played a big role in the Rebels going 8-1 over that time period. 

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Moody is SEC player of week

While I was in Walnut visiting with Ole Miss signee Armani Linton this happened: From SEC Media Relations Ole Miss’ Stefan Moody, a 5-foot-10, 179-pound junior guard from Kissimmee, Fla., was named SEC Player of the Week after averaging 25.5

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Talking Ole Miss-Georgia

Talking about the upcoming Ole Miss-Georgia basketball game — and more — with Georgia beat writer Seth Emerson. We’re live now and will take questions via Twitter.  

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Ole Miss’ win over Tennessee Saturday night has the Rebels tied with Texas A&M in third place in the SEC race. The Rebels are very much in contention for the coveted double-bye

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Rebels split two, win series against Wright State

Average offense but lots of good pitching as Ole Miss lost 3-1 in the opener then won 3-2 to take the series from Wright State. JB Woodman’s fifth-inning double drove in the winning run in Game 3 which ended when

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels 59-57 win over Tennessee … Jarvis Summers was 5-for-15 from the floor last night. It’s hard to declare him all the way back, but he looked better last night than he’s looked in a

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Final: Ole Miss 59, Tennessee 57

The Rebels were out-shot and out-rebounded but won the game because they out-Moodied Tennessee. And because they picked up the pace on defense as the second half rolled along. Ole Miss was down by eight points early in the half

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Moody and the 3

Here are some interesting 3-point numbers from Stefan Moody after he blistered MSU with 8-for-12 shooting from behind the arc in Starkville. It wasn’t the first time Moody’s gone off on the road. In fact, he’s been much better on

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Tennessee at Ole Miss

Stefan Moody had the game of his Ole Miss career Thursday night. Can he continue to play that way down the stretch and shoot Ole Miss into the NCAA tournament? Perhaps. What needs to happen is for others to follow

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Switch-hitting Lartigue

For now, baseball is still a go for the Rebels. First pitch against Wright State has been moved up from 4 to 3. There’s still the threat of ice and rain that could delay takeoff. If they do play look

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Day After Observations

About last night … Mississippi State players admittedly say they care more about the Ole Miss game than many others. Ole Miss players say it’s just another game on the schedule and seem to take pride in not putting too

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Final: Ole Miss 71, MSU 65

The Big Three didn’t score in bunches, but the Big One did. Stefan Moody went off in the second half for 23 points. He finished with 29 and was 8-for-12 from the arc. He hit two big free throws with

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