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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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The Rebels’ relentless offense

The Ole Miss offense has been pretty good of late. It hasn’t always been pretty, and sometimes all the runs have come in one or two big innings. But the Rebels have kept pounding — that’s sort of the definition

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Bianco vs. the Bulldogs

Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco has always spoken about the series against Mississippi State in guarded tones. He doesn’t want to say anything to fuel the rivalry off the field. Since Bianco’s arrival at Ole Miss the Rebels have had

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Final: Ole Miss 6, MSU 1

You looked up in this game and saw Chris Ellis not working ahead in the count and giving up hits here and there — not rockets — but got the feeling he was on borrowed time. But Ellis kept making

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Ole Miss catcher talks MSU pitching, atmosphere

Weekend Probables Tonight Ole Miss RHP Chris Ellis (4-0, 1.88) vs. MSU RHP Ross Mitchell (5-2, 1.54) Saturday Ole Miss LHP Christian Trent (4-0, 2.41) vs. MSU RHP Trevor Fitts (2-2, 3.41) Sunday Ole Miss RHP Sam Smith (4-2, 2.22)

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Freeze is confident Luke can get OL where it needs to be

In the process of building depth no position needs it more than the offensive line, and no Ole Miss assistant has his work cut out for him more than Matt Luke. Hugh Freeze also mentions wide receiver as a position

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Looking ahead to MSU series

Ole Miss catcher Will Allen likes the way the Rebels are swinging the bats right now. He says it was important not to overlook two mid-week games — wins against Memphis and Murray State — and now the Rebels can

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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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Five Ole Miss players who need a big off-season

QB Bo Wallace: He will meet with specialist Tom House on May 17 for advice on how to strengthen his shoulder. This is the last go-round for Wallace. He’s made big plays and won big games, but he’s had enough

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Moving Ahead

Five sub-plots to the off-season for Ole Miss football … Denzel Nkemdiche suspension: It’s been an interesting two years on the field for the older Nkemdiche. His career actually extends back to Houston Nutt, but Nkemdiche was redshirted as a

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Five things we learned from Ole Miss spring football

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze

Five Things We learned from Spring Football Race for No. 2 still a race: The battle to see who will emerge as the primary backup for starting quarterback Bo Wallace remains unsettled. I suspected nothing less. Both DeVante Kincade, the

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Physical spring

There was no holding back for Hugh Freeze this spring. That’s a risk and reward thing, but fast and physical springtime was something he felt he needed to help his team take the next step. Physical Spring Nothing paints the

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