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Ole Miss’ Robinson adjusting to leadership role

The Ole Miss baseball team has a new look to it this season. Gone are the veteran players like Will Allen, Austin Anderson and Auston Bousfield. What is left is a team comprised of young, new faces due to a high number of junior college transfers. For this reason, shortstop Errol Robinson is viewed as one of the leaders on and off the field. He is also in the middle of his sophomore season. (April 8, 2015, Page 2B)

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    Back at WR, Jones a wild card for Rebels’ offense

    Derrick Jones is brimming with talent. It’s why Ole Miss’ coaches are determined to get him on the field. And they’ve decided once and for all that his best chance for that to happen is at wide receiver. (April 8, 2015, Page 3B)

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      Ole Miss’ bats go quiet in series finale against Vols

      Looking for its second Southeastern Conference series win of the season, the Ole Miss baseball team fell to Tennessee, 4-2, in the series finale Sunday at Oxford-University Stadium. Hits were hard to come by throughout the contest as the Rebels (16-16, 5-7 SEC) recorded four, while the Volunteers (14-14, 4-8 SEC) tallied just six on the afternoon. Freshman Will Golsan and senior Sikes Orvis each knocked in runs for Ole Miss. (April 6, 2015, Page 6)

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        Lady Rebels finish 9th in Intercollegiate

        The Ole Miss women’s golf team finished up play at the 2015 Rebel Intercollegiate Sunday at the Ole Miss Golf Course in Oxford. The Rebels finished in 9th place after firing a final round 303, bringing their three-round total to 896. Finishing atop the leaderboard was No. 19 Texas A&M who fired a three-day 858. (April 6, 2015, Page 6)

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          Rebels drop weight, transform bodies

          Hugh Freeze knew if he wanted more from some of his key contributors while developing quality depth behind them, Ole Miss’ football coach was going to have to trim the excess fat. Literally. With the help of sports dietitian Frank Newell, head athletic trainer Pat Jernigan and strength coach Paul Jackson, the Rebels have gotten leaner this spring and improved their endurance to better keep up in Freeze’s up-tempo practices. (April 6, 2015, Page 7)

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            Tunsil aiming for health, No. 1 draft pick in 2016

            Laremy Tunsil is putting in the work to get back on the football field as soon as he can. But Ole Miss’ star offensive lineman is working for much more than that. Tunsil, who’s a little more than three months removed from dislocating his ankle and fracturing his left fibula in the Peach Bowl, has progressed enough in his rehab where he can walk without a protective boot. His routine starts at 2 p.m. each day and includes running in a pool and balance work, all of which takes anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour. (April 5, 2015, Page 3B)

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              Vols even series against Ole Miss with 6-3 win

              For the third straight game the Ole Miss baseball team found themselves in an early deficit. On Saturday afternoon they were unable to overcome it as they had in the previous two games as Tennessee beat them 6-3 at Oxford-University Stadium to even the series. The Rebels (16-15, 5-6 Southeastern Conference) took the opening game by a score of 10-7 Friday night. (April 5, 2015, Page 1B, 3B)

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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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