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Kennedy played against father of BYU’s top player

Tyler Haws, a 6-5, 195 senior guard fro BYU, holds 10 school records, one of them scoring with 2,687 points. After averaging 11.3 points as a freshman he’s averaged at least 20 points the last three season. He averaged 23.2

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NCAA bid for Ole Miss

— Ole Miss is back in the NCAA tournament. The Rebels will face BYU in an opening round game Tuesday in Dayton. The winner will be an 11 seed and will face Xavier in Jacksonville, Fla. The NCAA tournament selection

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts after the Rebels’ 60-58 loss to South Carolina … Having seen replays of both of the last fouls called in the game I’d say both were good calls and were consistent with the way the game was

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South Carolina 60, Ole Miss 58

Never seen one finish quite like that. Word on the street is the Rebels aren’t done with the NCAA conversation. Whatever happens, it’s out of their hands now. It looked to me on the replay like LaDarius White really did

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South Carolina vs. Ole Miss

One friend’s season would end, the other friend’s NCAA hopes would likely end. Both friends can’t be winners when Ole Miss and South Carolina meet in tonight’s SEC tournament late game. ADVANCE Where: Nashville, Bridgestone Arena When: 8:30 p.m. SEC

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Bianco hoping Louisville win helps jump start Ole Miss offense

Ole Miss had eight runs on eight hits in its 8-3 win over No. 15 Louisville yesterday. Mike Bianco was pleased with what he saw and is hopeful the Rebels’ offense will take a step forward. “I think we played

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Rebels eager to leave Tad Smith

At least that was the vibe coming from M.J. Rhett after the Rebels lost 86-77 to Vanderbilt Saturday night in a game that really didn’t feel that close. Ole Miss at 11-7 in the SEC is in the NCAA tournament

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Hilton talks Ole Miss cornerbacks

From the mother ship, Johnson talks move to linebacker The very fact that Mike Hilton has been moved to safety for spring drills is an indication to what kind of talent Hugh Freeze and Dave Wommack believe they have at

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Johnson: Rebels were three plays from playoff in 2014

While lots of experienced talent returns for the Ole Miss defense there are a couple of key areas to address this spring, and coaches are doing that by moving around a couple of veterans: CJ Johnson from end to linebacker

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Johnson talks LB move

Ole Miss defensive end C.J. Johnson was a linebacker when he was one of the nation’s top recruits in 2011. He will end his college career back in the middle of the field if this spring experiment works out. Hugh

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 82-74 win at Alabama … The great philosopher Meat Loaf once sang to us that “two out of three ain’t bad.” I concur. And when Ole Miss gets two out of three knocking down

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Final: Ole Miss 82, Alabama 74

I am not a bracketologist and did not stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, but you don’t have to have all that to know this was a huge win for Ole Miss. Some have speculated that 11 SEC

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SEC Media Days schedule set

This from the SEC office earlier today. Looks like Hugh Freeze will get the last word at Media Days: 2015 SEC FOOTBALL MEDIA DAYS SCHEDULE MONDAY, July 13 SEC Commissioner Auburn – Gus Malzahn Florida – Jim McElwain Vanderbilt –

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