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Heard’s take on wide receiver blocking

It’s hard to get good stuff out of Ole Miss wide receivers coach Grant Heard, but the beat writer group was fairly successful with that Tuesday afternoon. Laquon Treadwell took pride in his blocking, which was somewhat unusual for wide

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Kiffin won’t give in on depth of rotation

Despite the losses of Robert Nkemdiche and Woody Hamilton Ole Miss defensive line coach Chris Kiffin expects to have a large rotation of players just like he has the last two years. He talks about why that’s important and hits

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Spring Football: What we’ve learned on defense

As spring football draws to a close, what we’ve learned on defense. … One thing I failed to mention on Monday was that there’s been no major injuries. That’s a win. I compiled that post before news broke of Chad

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Baseball: Weekend Review

There’s never a bad time or a bad way to end a five-game SEC losing streak. That’s what the Rebels did Sunday with an 8-5 win at Mississippi State. Ole Miss dropped the SEC series against its in-state rival for

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Spring Football: What we’ve learned

So, the Rebels begin their last week of spring drills this week, and what have we learned? Not a whole lot, but we’ll walk through some things here. Spring football is a little more open for media viewing than the regular

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Some take-aways from pro day at Ole Miss

Some take-aways from Ole Miss pro day … Trae Elston upset about not getting an invite to the combine or any of the made-for-NFL all-star events. You could pick up that vibe from Elston on social media before pro day.

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Nkemdiche talks Pro Day

Robert Nkemdiche talks about his Pro Day and how he’s answering questions about his character. He also talks about fielding questions about his relationship with his brother, Denzel, and a plan that calls for a little separation between the brothers

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Treadwell talks about his Pro Day

Laquon Treadwell says speed isn’t necessarily overrated in the draft evaluation process, but he’s confident in the many other ways he wins against defensive backs.

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Not time to panic for Ole Miss, but it is time to show more toughness and respond

Baseball is often not played at a very fast pace, but fortunes and confidence can change quickly. That’s how the weekend went for Ole Miss. Having reached the top 10 in all the polls, the Rebels were swept at home

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South Carolina completes the sweep

South Carolina wins 4-0. Ole Miss was swept for the first time since 2014 and for the first time at home since 2013. The bright spot for the Rebels was Wyatt Short, the closer, who gave up only one hit

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Wyatt Short: No apologies

From the Mother Ship, good stuff on Ole Miss closer Wyatt Short. His steady rise began when he made good on a promise to Rebels coach Mike Bianco in his exit interview after his first fall on campus. No apologies

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Final: Ole Miss 8, Tenn.-Martin 2

OXFORD – Three Ole Miss players hit home runs, and freshman James McArthur settled in after a rocky start as the No. 8-ranked Rebels defeated Tennessee-Martin 8-2 today. The game began at 11 a.m. before a mostly full Swayze Field

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Plays and players that stood out in Monday’s football practice

A few plays that stood out in yesterday’s football practice … Evan Engram on a slant route had a nifty one-handed catch on a pass from Shea Patterson. It was a reminder of his athleticism. In spite of his slow

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