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Weekend Update

I think if you polled most Ole Miss fans before the SEC-opening series at No. 1 South Carolina the prevailing thought would have been to go to Columbia and “get one.” The Rebels did that, but when you get that

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Posted in Baseball, Basketball

The Ole Miss Comeback

As we look for the hows and whys of game stories there’s not much play-by-play included. And while there’s a constant effort to pitch the story forward, sometimes we need to slow down and take a look at the play-by-play.

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Posted in Basketball

Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 75-74 win at South Carolina … For starters, South Carolina isn’t very good, but the Gamecocks play hard, and that counts for a lot in college basketball and in any sport. The Gamecocks were

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning. … Troy safety Camren Hudson has played well of late in spite of a number of aches and pains. The Trojans are at Ole Miss Saturday morning. … After Troy, it’s No. 6

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Clowney, Nkemdiche comparison

Robert Nkemdiche

Ole Miss freshman defensive end Robert Nkemdiche has often been compared with South Carolina star Jadeveon Clowney, an All-American and the SEC’s defensive player of the year last year by the league coaches. Through three games this season the numbers

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SEC Power Rankings

I still like the Aggies in the fourth spot. Not willing to bump them up for a loss, nor am I ready to drop them behind South Carolina. The final A&M score was pretty competitive, though it didn’t look like

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Posted in Football

Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning. I am traveling to Austin today and will check in later on. News often breaks on travel day. Let’s all think good thoughts about that. From Austin, the latest on Texas QB David

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Wednesday Morning Update

A prayer for our military and for families who lost loved ones on this day in 2001. Now, spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … From CoachingSearch.com, how important was the win over Texas for BYU? Bronco Mendenhall talks

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning. … Alabama coach¬†Nick Saban¬†got a commitment from West Monroe offensive tackle Cameron Robinson, the nation’s No. 1 player according to 247Sports.com. It was mentioned as Saban going into Louisiana and nabbing one from

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Calling on Holloway

Murphy Holloway

It wasn’t that long ago that Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy was pumping Murphy Holloway as a player of the year candidate in the SEC. Things have changed and not for the better. There’s plenty of time for things to

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Posted in Basketball

Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Andy Kennedy and Frank Martin coached together at South Carolina, and they’ll coach against one another tomorrow night in Columbia, S.C. Here’s what Martin had to say about the effort of his

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Posted in Baseball, Basketball, Football, Recruiting

SEC Power Rankings

The Aggies shake things up this week. 1 Alabama 1 2 LSU 2 3 Texas A&M 6 4 Georgia 3 5 Florida 4 6 South Carolina 5 7 Vanderbilt 9 8 Mississippi State 7 9 Ole Miss 8 10 Missouri

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning. … As his team prepares to face Ole Miss Saturday morning in Little Rock, Arkansas coach John L. Smith says the difference in the SEC is speed, and that’s especially clear with a

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