COLUMN: I really should’ve audited some sort of fashion merchandising classes when I was enrolled at Ole Miss. I also should’ve attended some of the classes I was actually enrolled in, but alas. (more…) (April 24, 2013, Page 8)
One of Ole Miss’ most celebrated basketball players may end up playing in the NFL. Instead of trying to pursue a spot on an NBA team first, Murphy Holloway, the Rebels’ all-time leader in rebounds, is hoping to catch passes from the likes of Tom Brady, Joe Flacco or Drew Brees if at all possible. (more…) (April 24, 2013, Page 9)
No. 18 Ole Miss has won six straight Southeastern Conference games. Somehow the same Rebels have lost three straight mid-week games but will look to rectify that situation with a road trip to Arkansas State tonight at 6:30. (April 23, 2013, Page 10)
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The No. 21 Ole Miss Rebels put on their rally caps on Sunday and then executed to perfection to defeat the Tennessee Volunteers 4-3 Sunday. The victory earned the Rebels their second straight sweep in Southeastern Conference play and improved them to 29-12 overall and 10-8 in SEC play, the first time they are over .500 since the opening weekend. (more…) (April 22, 2013, Page 8)
Ole Miss’ desired run in the Southeastern Conference Tournament at Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center was over before it got going as the No. 5 seed Rebels lost 4-3 to No. 12 Alabama Thursday.
The No. 21 Ole Miss Rebels have had an interesting couple of weeks. Ole Miss rebounded from being swept by No. 2 Vanderbilt by earning a sweep of its own last weekend with Alabama in town.
One of the most versatile defensive players in the state of Mississippi resides not too far from Oxford in Olive Branch. (April 19, 2013, Page 7A)
Ole Miss will be at the center of the Southeastern Conference men’s tennis universe this week when it hosts some of the nation’s best in the SEC Tournament at the Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center. (more…) (April 17, 2013, Page 9)
MEMPHIS , Tenn. — The No. 21 Ole Miss Rebels had two chances early, but couldn’t get a man home while the Tigers capitalized on the few chances allowed by the Rebels, who lost 4-0 to the Tigers at Autozone Park. Ole Miss fell to 26-11, while the Tigers improved to 23-14. (more…) (April 16, 2013, Page 8)