Archie and Eli Manning made their marks as two of the best quarterbacks to ever play at Ole Miss in the past. They helped lead the Rebels to great success on the college gridiron, and now the famous father-son duo are looking to do the same thing for the Oxford community. (March 7, 2014, Page 7A)
Despite throwing for more than 400 yards and three touchdowns Saturday afternoon, Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace thinks he can play better. (November 11, 2013, Page 1B)
With high school football kicking off officially across the state this weekend, syndicated columnist Rick Cleveland takes a look at history and culture the sport brings to Mississippi. (August 21, 2013, Page 8)
Staff Writer Melanie Addington went “back to school” last weekend, helping a film crew from Southern Living do a special on tailgating in the Grove, and she shares some of the lessons she learned. (September 21, 2012, Page 4A)
And no, he did not visit Austin, Texas. Nor did he receive an offer from the Longhorns.
BLOG — New Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze and his coaches may have been off from leading the Rebels through practice Wednesday but it didn’t stop them from being seen around Oxford. (more…) (March 29, 2012)
Ole Miss’ initial approach to hire Ross Bjork as the program’s new athletics director didn’t work in January. Chancellor Dan Jones’ second pitch to land Bjork and pull him away from his AD spot at Western Kentucky, however, hit the mark. (March 23, 2012, Page 7A)
Ole Miss’ search to find the next person to lead the athletics department is finally over. After searching for Pete Boone’s replacement since he announced his decision to step aside as AD last November, Ole Miss officially hired Western Kentucky Athletics Director Ross Bjork to the same position today. He is expected to be introduced at a press conference Thursday.
According to a release from Ole Miss, Bjork will take over in mid-April. A committee led by former Ole Miss quarterback Archie Manning and FedEx executive Mike Glenn helped recommend Bjork to Chancellor Dan Jones. (March 21, 2012, Page 6)
In large part because of his ties to Ole Miss and the Memphis area, the recent hire of Hugh Freeze as Ole Miss’ next football coach was met with an ample amount of skepticism.
Mike Glenn and Archie Manning, co-chairs of Ole Miss’ coaching search committee, said during Monday’s teleconference that they went through the proper channels during the interview process.
According to the co-chairs, Freeze just stood out above the rest of the field. Plain and simple. (December 6, 2011, Page 6)