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BLOG: Diamond Rebels rally past Tennessee in 10-7 win

For the second game in a row the Ole Miss baseball team found themselves in a hole early and for the second time in as many games they mounted a comeback. The Rebels defeated Tennessee 10-7 Friday night at Oxford-University Stadium to take the opening game of the weekend series. (more…) (April 3, 2015)

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    Diamond Rebels welcome Tennessee looking to start turnaround

    The midway point of the season has arrived for the Ole Miss baseball team. From where the Rebels sit, they are still in the mix when it comes to the goals they set out to achieve at the onset of the year. After the come-from-behind victory at Memphis on Tuesday, many feel the turnaround from an inconsistent season started there, but that is too small a sample size to determine if the Rebels (15-14, 4-5 Southeastern Conference) have turned the corner just yet. (April 3, 2015, Page 6A, 7A)

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      Depth breeding spring competition for Ole Miss

      Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze likes the numbers he sees when he looks around the practice field. Three full recruiting classes for Freeze and his staff have the Rebels’ roster stocked with the most quality players they’ve had since arriving in Oxford four Decembers ago. The starters at each position — at least the ones that have locked up that distinction — jog off the field after a few reps and are replaced by bodies that are nearly just as big, move nearly as fast and can do many of the same things athletically without much a dropoff. (April 3, 2015, Page 7A)

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        Anderson using midweek starts to improve game

        Behind Christian Trent and Brady Bramlett, the pitching picture has become a little blurry for the Ole Miss baseball team. That picture is getting a little clearer, at least when it comes to the midweek games and Evan Anderson.  The left-hander has become the regular starter for the Rebels when it comes to games on Tuesday or Wednesday nights, and it has helped Anderson focus more on his game and hone his skills. (April 2, 2015, Page 6)

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          Ole Miss’ Faleru earns honorable mention honors

          Ole Miss women’s basketball senior forward Tia Faleru added to her list of postseason accolades by earning honorable mention AP All-American honors it was announcedon Tuesday. It is the second recognition from the AP for Faleru this season as she was a unanimous selection to the AP All-SEC first team. (April 2, 2015, Page 6)

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            Ole Miss looking for next man in the middle

            Ole Miss is exhausting all avenues in its attempt to find the next man in the middle of its defense. Deterrian Shackelford’s eligibility expired after six seasons last year, leaving a position that’s been stable in recent seasons suddenly surrounded by uncertainty. Shackelford moved to middle linebacker last year to fill the void of Mike Marry, who started for three seasons before Shackelford took over. (April 1, 2015, Page 1B)

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              Rebels erase 3-run deficit, rally past Memphis

              MEMPHIS — The Ole Miss baseball team used clutch hitting to rally from a three-run deficit past the Memphis Tigers, 7-5, Tuesday night at AutoZone Park in downtown Memphis. The Rebels (15-14) recorded 13 hits, including seven with two outs, to claim the midweek win over the Tigers (17-7). (April 1, 2015, Page 1B)

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                Judd gets chance to show power in Rebels’ backfield

                Ole Miss didn’t get much power out of its running game last season. Akeem Judd may be able to help with that. The Rebels have amped up the physicality on the ground this spring, emphasizing what head coach Hugh Freeze called “good, dirty runs.” Judd, who’s going through his first spring at Ole Miss, is impressing in that role. (March 30, 2015, Page 6)

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                  Shepard, Bridges lead long, revamped secondary

                  They wear No. 1 and No. 2, respectively. It’s a fitting number scheme for the expectations Ole Miss has for Tony Bridges and Tee Shepard in its retooled secondary. Bridges and Shepard have been working as the first-team cornerbacks for a majority of the spring, and barring any significant injuries, they’ll stay there this fall. Ranked by varying recruiting sites as the nation’s top junior college cornerbacks in the last two recruiting cycles, the pair is a different breed than what the Rebels have had the last few seasons. (March 30, 2015, Page 6)

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                    Ole Miss sweeps series at Arkansas with 4-2 win

                    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. The Rebels picked up a series win for the second consecutive weekend, posting a series sweep of the Razorbacks on Sunday as Ole Miss (21-13, 5-7 SEC) put together a seventh-inning rally to defeat Arkansas (14-20, 0-9 SEC) by a score of 4-2. Madi Osias (6-7) picked up the win for the Rebels in relief, working 3.0 scoreless innings and scattering three hits in those frames. She grabbed all three wins on the weekend to help the Rebels run the active win streak out to six games. (March 30, 2015, Page 7)

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