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Mood(y) improving

There’s been no secret about Ole Miss’ need for scoring from junior college transfer Stefan Moody. Assistant coach Todd Abernethy has described him as the guy who is the replacement for Marshall Henderson. There was hope Moody would hit some

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Final: Ole Miss 69, Southern University 38

Not an inspiring offensive performance, but while Andy Kennedy continues to work with a wide variety of player combinations it seems that all of his players are defending. Southern shot 27 percent in the first half and didn’t have a

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Summers, Rebels go for second straight win tonight against Southern

I’ve gotten so used to seeing consistency from Jarvis Summers, as most people have, that I was shocked to see his sub-par game in the Rebels’ season-opening 66-65 loss to Charleston Southern. Even with Summers at less than his best

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About Last Night

A few thoughts on the basketball exhibition. It was impressive to see 48 points by newcomers. Things looked a bit awkward early as Andy Kennedy was running so many guys in and out. The level of athleticism had something to

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Reclaiming the run game

The Ole Miss defense has been abused in the run game the last two weeks. Now, it’s been abused by some very good offenses, but very good power run games are all the Rebels will face in their remaining SEC

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New look on offense for Marshall-less Rebels

That baseline screening action you’ve seen Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy run for two years for Marshall Henderson won’t go away. The subject of that action remains to be seen. It may be junior college transfer Stefan Moody. It could

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Abernethy, Ole Miss basketball eager to start season

Good stuff here in this video interview with former Ole Miss point guard Todd Abernethy now an assistant on Andy Kennedy’s staff.

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Kennedy, Rebels begin practice this afternoon

The Ole Miss men’s basketball team will begin practice for the 2014-2015 season today at 2. It’s a little bit anti-climactic given the relaxed restrictions by the NCAA which allow for a little more time for coaches to observe players

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Taking his time

Ole Miss basketball coach Andy Kennedy is more interested in watching his players this summer — as much as the NCAA allows — than filling out his coaching staff. Kennedy will have two new coaches this season. Back in May

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South Plains coach has high praise for Lawrence

By John Davis Special to the Journal If Steve Green’s assessment of Roderick Lawrence turns out to be as accurate as the one he gave for Marshall Henderson, then Ole Miss’ Andy Kennedy should have a reliable starter for the

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Roster Shuffling

Derrick Millinghaus was granted his release from the Ole Miss basketball program on Wednesday. He won’t be the only departure. Exactly what the comings and goings will look like won’t be known until we see how many Andy Kennedy signs

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Millinghaus given his release

Guard Derrick Millinghaus has been given his release from the Ole Miss basketball team, the Daily Journal has learned. The sophomore from Schenectady, N.Y., will have three years to play two at another school. It’s a move that’s not surprising

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Bjork: Extension for Kennedy in the works

Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork says he’s met with basketball coach Andy Kennedy and with Kennedy’s representation, and plans are under way to extend Kennedy’s contract to the four-year maximum allowed by state law. Bjork did not offer specifics

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