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Nutt suspends Mackey, names Brunetti Game 1 starter

BLOG: Houston Nutt was not short and to the point after today’s football practice.

Asked about the status of Randall Mackey, who was recently arrested by the Oxford Police Department and charged with disorderly conduct – failure to comply, Nutt said the former JUCO All-American will be suspended for the season opener against BYU on Sept. 3 and that Barry Brunetti will start. (Nutt added that Zack Stoudt will receive playing time as well.) (more…) (August 23, 2011)

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    Lady Rebs release schedule

    Fifth-year head coach Renee Ladner’s 2011-12 women’s basketball team will face a challenging schedule again this season.

    The team will face 13 teams that advanced to postseason last year including five that played in the NCAA Tournament a year ago. The schedule also features three games against first-time opponents, North Florida, the UMASS and Cleveland State.

    In addition, the team’s schedule will give fans numerous chances to cheer on the Rebels as the team will play 16 games at home including eight non-conference and eight SEC games. (August 23, 2011, Page 8)

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      Rebels will look to young LBs

      Ole Miss had a pretty standard sales pitch when it was recruiting this year’s freshmen linebackers: Come to Oxford and you’ll have a chance to contribute right away.

      The extent, however, that the Rebels will be relying on the newcomers could be a bit surprising. (more…) (August 23, 2011, Page 9)

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        Denny following family tradition, commits to play baseball at Ole Miss

        Last Saturday Ole Miss baseball coach Mike Bianco made prep pitcher Matt Denny an offer he couldn’t refuse.

        At the conclusion of Denny’s visit to Oxford, Bianco presented the 6-foot-1 left-hander from Jackson Academy with a scholarship offer.

        By the end of the day Denny had verbally committed to the Rebels. (more…) (August 23, 2011, Page 9)

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          OM women netters add blue chipper

          The Ole Miss women’s tennis team is riding high Tuesday with the addition of blue chip recruit Julia Jones. Jones signed an Southeastern Conference Award letter to become a member of the team. Jones, who hails from Seminole, Fla., rose to as high as No. 6 in the nation by TennisRecruiting.net and No. 1 in Florida.

          “The signing of Julia Jones increases the level of this recruiting class,” Ole Miss coach Mark Beyers said.   “This class is going to make an immediate impact, and Julia is among those. She was a highly recruited student-athlete.” (more…) (August 23, 2011, Page 9)

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            Dorsey looking for redemption in 2011

            A lot was made of Wayne Dorsey’s arrival in Oxford prior to the 2010 spring semester.

            After graduating early from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Dorsey enrolled early in Ole Miss to get a jump start on adapting to life in the Southeastern Conference. (more…) (August 23, 2011, Page 2B)

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              Rebels have talent, depth at RB

              It’s probably fair to say Ole Miss fans are hoping for a different 2011 on the gridiron.

              One area that will need to remain the same if the Rebels are going to improve on their 4-8 season from a year ago, is their rushing attack.

              Ole Miss ranked third in the Southeastern Conference in rushing offense, averaging 207.6 yards per game, and returns its top three running backs in All-SEC candidate Brandon Bolden, fellow senior Enrique Davis and sophomore Jeff Scott. (more…) (August 17, 2011, Page 6)

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                QB Mackey making move for No. 1 role?

                Ole Miss kicked its practice up a notch on Tuesday with game situations in mind. (August 17, 2011, Page 6)

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                  Golson turns down offer from BoSox

                  The wild roller coaster that surrounded the Boston Red Sox late courtship of dual-sport standout Senquez Golson finally came to an end Monday night with the passing of Major League Baseball’s midnight (ET) deadline for drafted players to sign professional contracts.

                  Golson, who had been practicing with the Gridiron Rebels up until flying to Boston early Monday, turned down at least one offer of $1.3 million according to RebelGrove.com to retain his amateur status.

                  It was believed all along that Golson’s decision would go down to the wire, so much so that following Monday’s football practice Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt asked reporters if there was any news. (August 16, 2011, Page 8)

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                    OL Morris makes move to first team at guard

                    Aaron Morris hasn’t wasted any time making an impression on the Rebels’ coaching staff.

                    After showing out during Ole Miss’ first preseason scrimmage on Saturday, the freshman offensive lineman worked at left guard with the first team during Monday’s scrimmage. (August 16, 2011, Page 8)

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