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Game Day: Ole Miss at MSU

In advance, it’s all about The Hump … Logan Lowery: Bulldogs hope to Starkville dominance The Other Guy: Rebels aim to get over The Hump Moody talks rebounding from Arkansas loss, says Ole Miss has the firepower to win at

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Kennedy calls for more efficiency from his ‘Big 3′ down the stretch

Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy wants to see his 'Big 3' shoot better down the stretch.

Also from The Mother Ship this morning was the 600 words below on Andy Kennedy’s calls for more offensive efficiency from the players he calls his “Big Three.” You can probably guess who they are without reading, but good stuff

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Fat Tuesday for Rebels

From the Mother Ship, John Davis’ take on Shea Patterson’s commitment to Ole Miss.

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Arkansas State at Ole Miss postponed

Update 9:20 a.m. No cold baseball today. Ole Miss-Arkansas State has been postponed. No date on a make-up announced at this time: Due to inclement weather, tonight's game vs. Arkansas State has been postponed. Make up date is still TBA

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Kennedy talks Rebels, upcoming game with MSU

Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy likes the effort his team is playing with. He wants to see increased awareness to help the Rebels get over the hump at The Hump, a venue that has given Ole Miss trouble through the

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Class of 2015: Defensive Backs

Last in a series … Collectively, the six defensive backs signed might be the most exciting position grouping among the class. It’s a mix of old and new, guys with stars and ratings, guys with potential. I’m including Jalen Julius

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Arkansas 71, Ole Miss 70

A few thoughts from a tough loss. One, Arkansas has shown steady improvement defensively since the Rebels wore them out with 74.1 percent first-half shooting and 56.4 percent for the game in a 96-82 win in Fayetteville. The difference was

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Saturday split for Rebels

A loss in the first game of a doubleheader was off-set – somewhat – by the Rebels’ cleanest game of opening weekend as they rebounded from an 8-1 loss with a 16-2 win. Good news first. Brady Bramlett went six

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Class of 2015: Linebackers

Sixth in a series … The Rebels picked up two inside linebackers at a position of need when they landed juco transfer Terry Caldwell and South Florida prospect Shawn Curtis. There just aren’t that many scholarship linebackers on the roster,

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Moody’s shot lifts Rebels

Make that six straight for Ole Miss. Here’s the video of Stefan Moody’s game-winner at Florida courtesy of ESPN. The link within the tweet will take you to ESPN’s video. Ole Miss defeats Florida in Gainesville, 62-61. Stefan Moody hits

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Rebels picked sixth in West by coaches, Orvis All-SEC

As they were last season when they won the division and finished fourth in the College World Series, Ole Miss has been picked to finish sixth in the West by SEC coaches. First baseman Sikes Orvis has been named first-team

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Ole Miss at Florida

Advance: Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy expects to see pressure — and Michael Frazier — as the Rebels visit Florida tonight. Video from Rebels guard Terence Smith: Where: O’Connell Center (11,548) When: 6 p.m TV: ESPN Satellite Radio: XM 190.

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Class of 2015: Defensive Line

Fifth in a series … Ole Miss signed five defensive linemen, four of them guys who may need a redshirt year. Junior college transfer D.J. Jones is the outlier, and he comes in at the position of need. A defense

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