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Rebels in AP Top 25

Ole Miss is No. 17 in the final AP Top 25. That’s a drop of eight spots following the 42-3 Peach Bowl loss to TCU. The Horned Frogs are No. 3. There had been talk of Ole Miss players of

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Football 2014: The Big Picture

With the dust having settled on football season, at least for the two local SEC teams, Daily Journal sports editor John Pitts asked his beat writers to answer the question: 2014 – success, failure or in between? From the Mother

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Day After Observations

Notes and observations from the Rebels’ 65-49 win over South Carolina … The main talking point after the game seemed to be that roles are coming into play for this team. That’s good news and bad. Mostly good though. I

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Final: Ole Miss 65, South Carolina 49

A huge second half for Stefan Moody. He played just 5 minutes in the first half as he went to the bench early with two fouls. South Carolina coach Frank Martin said he “wanted to go into the locker room

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South Carolina at Ole Miss

Advance: Rebels turn the page from Kentucky n When: 4 p.m., Tad Smith Coliseum (8,867) n TV: Fox Sports Net n Satellite Radio: XM 191. Sirius 92. n Series: Ole Miss leads 17-15. n Last year: Ole Miss won 75-51

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Ole Miss QBs and the interception bug

There’s still no official word on whether Chad Kelly will indeed be welcomed to Ole Miss and will compete to be the Rebels’ starting quarterback in 2015. Whether the quarterback is Kelly, Ryan Buchanan or DeVante Kincade, the Ole Miss

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Spring Look Ahead: Linebackers

When Christian Russell signed last winter I thought he’d have a good shot to make a quick impact at middle linebacker. In short, D.T. Shackelford surprised me. I wasn’t sure his knee would hold up for a season, but it

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Final: No. 1 Kentucky 89, Ole Miss 86 OT

Ole Miss bested most of Kentucky’s opponents to this point in the season, but the Rebels were not able to come up with a win as the Wildcats stretched their season-opening win streak to 14. Bottom line is Ole Miss

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Spring Look Ahead: Defensive Ends

As John Davis and I make our way to Lexington I’m getting back to the Look Ahead series that took a holiday break. Here’s a look at the defensive ends. First and foremost, next year is where the extra year

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Chad Kelly court update

Looks like Chad Kelly’s day in court is under way. I’m hoping for a call back from his attorney. We’ll see. In the meantime, @TheBuffaloNews has put together an interesting timeline on the twists and turns for a guy who

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Five Defining Moments for 2014

Laquon Treadwell after the Boise Game in the Georgia Dome.

With the daily work of Peach Bowl week I didn’t really get around to reflecting on 2014. The game itself will be forever remembered as a disappointing finish to an otherwise outstanding year for Ole Miss football. The Arkansas game,

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Progress for Smith

The post-graduate experiment has had mixed results for Ole Miss basketball early on. M.J. Rhett has had moments, Terence Smith has had fewer of those. Rhett was brought in for rebounding help and went into Saturday’s 92-63 win over Austin

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Final: Ole Miss 92, Austin Peay 63

There’s been a lot of disappointment in home basketball at Ole Miss early this season, but the Rebels, after a slow start, dominated the Governors of the Ohio Valley Conference. Two Ole Miss players were in the OVC last year:

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