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Bjork expects new contract for Bianco to be finalized soon

Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork expects a new contract for baseball coach Mike Bianco to be in place soon. Bianco, in his 14th season, led the Rebels to their first College World Series appearance since 1972. Ole Miss finished

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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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The Real Countdown to Football

I was in Omaha when I saw the countdown to football on Twitter. I think the number was 69. I understand there’s excitement in counting down to the day of the first game, but the real start of football is

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Looking back at Lafayette Super Regional

A few thoughts on the travel “off day” … One, the Rebels have reached the CWS with quite a difficult path. Washington was a really good No. 2 seed, worthy of hosting. That being said, I liked the matchup of

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Getting it done

While the “MO” for Ole Miss much of this season has been the Rebels’ offense, it was pitching that carried the day in the Oxford Regional. That was after the Rebels knocked the ball around in a 12-2 win over

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Rogers likes Cajuns in a close super regional to go three games

Great stuff here from John Davis of The Oxford Citizen in his interview with Perfect Game’s Kendall Rogers. If you are a resident of Lafayette County this story will look much better in the copy of The Citizen that you

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Catching up with the Cajuns

From ESPN, good stuff here on Louisiana-Lafayette, which is “Baseball U” in Louisiana … at least for this year. Meet the Cajuns Actually, there’s a nice baseball history at ULL — and remember, regardless how you see the school’s name

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The Georgia State perspective on ‘satellite’ football camps

One of the big topics in Destin last week was the “satellite” football camps where a coaching staff from one school can serve as instructors at a camp for high school prospects away from his own campus. Very far away in

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Final: Ole Miss 2, Washington 1

I don’t have the number handy. If you do please post it below. The number used to be something in the mid-70 percent range in terms of teams who went on to win a regional after winning its first two

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Jones, Keenum talk autonomy, full cost of attendance

Here is the text of Thursday interviews from Dan Jones and Mark Keenum Ole Miss chancellor Dan Jones (What did you guys talk about in your meetings?) “Standard business. I don’t think we had anything controversial. Just standard reports. Spent some

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Bjork will address Bianco contract ‘soon’ after season

Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork says he’ll meet with baseball coach Mike Bianco “as soon as possible” after the end of the season to discuss Bianco’s contract. Bianco is nearing the end of his 14th season with the Rebels. He

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Anderson named All-American

Collegiate Baseball places Ole Miss third baseman on its third team. – PA From Media Relations OXFORD – Senior third baseman Austin Anderson became the most recent Rebel to garner All-America honors when he was named a Louisville Slugger All-America selection

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The College Football Playoff

If you have questions regarding the coming four-team college football playoff, the answers might be here in this transcript from Bill Hancock, the executive director of the playoff. Check out how Obamacare could impact that playoff in the second graph.

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