Online Edition
Saturday, May 30, 2015

Davis Potter

Treadwell working his way back to full speed

Laquon Treadwell has been running routes for the better part of a month. He’s been running around longer than that. The rehabilitation process for Ole Miss’ star wide receiver has been progressing at warp speed since he suffered his gruesome leg injury in the final seconds of the Rebels’ nail-biting loss to Auburn in early November inside Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (March 26, 2015, Page 6)

Share this Oxford Eagle story.

    Rebels’ young linemen getting extended looks

    It makes sense for Ben Still, Justin Bell and Fahn Cooper to be working as starters on Ole Miss’ offensive line this spring since each held that role a season ago. But lining up directly behind them — and sometimes to the side — are three freshmen, a sophomore and a converted tight end among others. (March 26, 2015, Page 6)

    Share this Oxford Eagle story.

      Injuries piling up for Ole Miss during ‘physical’ spring

      Ole Miss’ football team is hurting. The Rebels are going through their third week of spring practice with many of their first- and second-stringers watching from the sideline. Most of the injuries are on the offensive side of the ball as an offensive line that ended the 2014 season banged up continues to be depleted while the three quarterbacks vying to replace Bo Wallace have limited receivers to target. (March 25, 2015, Page 6)

      Share this Oxford Eagle story.

        COLUMN: SEC doesn’t care about its basketball? Please

        Sports Editor Davis Potter explains why there is a common misconception among the majority that feel the Southeastern Conference does not put forth as much effort towards basketball as they do football, and says that’s simply not true based on Mississippi State’s hire of Ben Howland on Monday. (March 24, 2015, Page 6, 7)

        Share this Oxford Eagle story.

          Careers come to ‘emotional’ end for Rebel seniors

          Even in the aftermath of a season-ending loss, LaDarius White couldn’t help but be satisfied. (March 23, 2015, Page 7)

          Share this Oxford Eagle story.

            Xavier bounces Rebels from NCAA Tournament

            JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — There wasn’t any comeback this time. Ole Miss’ NCAA Tournament game against Xavier on Thursday at Veterans Memorial Arena followed a similar early script that its game against BYU did two days earlier in the First Four. The Rebels shot the same 30 percent in the first half against the Musketeers that they did Tuesday. But Ole Miss scored 62 points in the final 20 minutes against the Cougars to wipe away a 17-point halftime deficit and advance. But the 11th-seeded Rebels never came close to recapturing that collective touch in north Florida, and Xavier’s 12-point halftime lead turned into a 76-57 victory that ended the Rebels’ season. (March 20, 2015, Page 1B)

            Share this Oxford Eagle story.

              Stainbrook too much for Ole Miss bigs to handle inside

              JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy saw Matt Stainbrook from afar. His players got an up-close look. But they all came away with the same overriding thought: Xavier’s center isn’t your typical big man. (March 20, 2015, Page 1B)

              Share this Oxford Eagle story.

                Rebels look to set the tempo against Xavier

                JACKSONVILLE Fla. — Not many teams were able to keep up with BYU’s up-tempo pace and shooting ability this season, but Ole Miss was one of them. Led by the perimeter trio of Stefan Moody, Jarvis Summers and LaDarius White, the Rebels are scoring 73.3 points per game and nearly reached that total alone (62) in the second half Tuesday against the Cougars with a formula that’s worked all season in their wins — hit shots, penetrate when defenses have to extend and speed the opponent up with their patented 1-3-1 half-court trap. (March 19, 2015, Page 6)

                Share this Oxford Eagle story.

                  BLOG: Rebels look to dictate pace against Xavier

                  JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Xavier was going to play BYU in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Acquaintances of Musketeers coach Chris Mack were sure of it. (more…) (March 18, 2015)

                  Share this Oxford Eagle story.

                    Rebels rally past BYU, advance in NCAAs

                    DAYTON, Ohio — Ole Miss’ loudest offensive explosion of the season came at the right time. The Rebels poured in 62 points in the final 20 minutes to erase a 17-point halftime deficit and advance in the NCAA Tournament with a 94-90 victory over BYU in the First Four at the University of Dayton Arena on Tuesday. (March 18, 2015, Page 6)

                    Share this Oxford Eagle story.

                       Page 9 of 79  « First  ... « 7  8  9  10  11 » ...  Last » 
                      The Highlands, A Private Lake Community REMAX Legacy Realty