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Kennedy talks Moody, Saiz and more

Ole Miss could be without as many as three starters when it travels to face rival Mississippi State Saturday. Stefan Moody is currently day to day. His status against the Bulldogs will likely be a game time decision. Sebastian Saiz

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Martin says Gamecocks face tall task in containing Moody

Ole Miss will try to snap a two-game losing streak Tuesday night at 6 against South Carolina at the Pavilion at Ole Miss. The Rebels (12-5, 2-3 SEC) are coming off losses to LSU and Florida, their first back-to-back losses

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 80-71 loss to Florida … It became painfully obviously last night just how much Ole Miss relies on Stefan Moody. This is his team, and it will go as far as he can take

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Looking ahead, trends, toughness and timeliness for Ole Miss

With three more SEC games under their belt since an 83-61 loss at Kentucky to open league play this Ole Miss team is coming into a little sharper focus. The Rebels are 12-4 overall, 2-2 in SEC play going into

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Ole Miss at LSU

When: 8 p.m., The Pete Maravich Assembly Center (13,215) TV: ESPN2. Radio: Ole Miss network. Satellite Radio: XM 202. Sirius 134. Series: LSU leads 119-87 Last year: LSU defeated Ole Miss twice last season inning 75-71 in Oxford and 73-63

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from Ole Miss’ 72-71 win over Georgia … Andy Kennedy was channeling his inner ACC mode after the game. A former North Carolina State basketball signee, Kennedy twice referenced Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney’s now-trademarked slogan, “Bring

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 74-66 win over Alabama … It was such a historic night for Ole Miss it was hard for everybody to think about the game. Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy wasn’t in that crowd, however.

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Cleaning out the Sugar Bowl notebook

Cleaning out the notebook from Sugar Bowl week … Takes one to know one: Oklahoma State defensive end Emmaneul Ogbah, himself a project mid-first round pick as an underclassman, had high praise for the Ole Miss offense. “They have first-rounders

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Opening Night

It’s opening night for the Pavilion at Ole Miss. I’m like Andy Kennedy in the sense that it’s taken a long time for this to register, even since the ground-breaking that seems like years ago. I haven’t really been bothered

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The parallel paths of Nkemdiche and Jones

Mississippi State defensive end and Houston native Chris Jones declared for the draft yesterday, something Robert Nkemdiche did earlier than most folks because he was unavailable for the Ole Miss bowl game. I’ve always been intrigued by the parallel paths

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Moving into the Pavilion

It’s a bold new world for Ole Miss basketball Thursday night with the opening of the Pavilion. Andy Kennedy is pumped. “Honestly, walking in this building yesterday, I feel like it’s my first game. That’s the truth. That’s how I

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Ole Miss places four on ESPN’s writer’s All-SEC Bowl team

Neither Chad Kelly nor Laremy Tunsil made first-team All-SEC though you could have made a strong case for each. Kelly had stiff competition at quarterback in Dak Prescott and Brandon Allen. Neither will be back next year and Kelly will

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Detillier high on Ole Miss juniors

New Orleans-based draft analyst Mike Detillier came out with his top 45 NFL prospects yesterday. That’s a figure that carries into the middle of the second round. Detillier had the three Ole Miss underlcassmen going off the board in the

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