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Mixed results for Rebel QBs in scrimmage

BLOG — Two steps forward, one back. Such is the life of an Ole Miss quarterback after the first week of summer drills. (more…) (August 11, 2012)

Rebels continue to struggle offensively

Ole Miss’ first day in full pads proved to be another strong day for the defense as the Rebels continued to struggled with turnovers. Whether it was interceptions or miscues on snaps out of the shotgun, first-year coach Hugh Freeze wasn’t too pleased with how his offense performed in team situations following Tuesday’s morning practice. (August 8, 2012, Page 6)

Rebels begin preparation for ‘12 season

A day after his team didn’t have as much bounce as he wanted to see, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze had a different view of what the defense did in Sunday’s practice session. (August 6, 2012, Page 6)

Rebels lack some bounce in first open practice

BLOG — Hugh Freeze, Ole Miss’ first-year head football coach, was upbeat about his team’s first full practice of the summer but added the fresh legs he saw Friday night in drills weren’t quite the same Saturday on the practice fields. (more…) (August 4, 2012)

No. 18 Rebels blow late lead to Tigers

MEMPHIS — Jacob Wilson proved to be quite the party crasher Tuesday evening.

Not only did the Memphis third baseman breakup the no-hit bid three Ole Miss pitchers had pieced together until the seventh, but Wilson put the hometown Tigers ahead for good in the following inning with a two-run homer. (more…) (April 25, 2012, Page 6)

Late-game heroics lift Rebs past No. 1 Florida

The athleticism on this year’s Ole Miss baseball team trumps that of any squad in recent memory.

And yet, when Sunday’s game against No. 1 Florida was on the line, the No. 16 Rebels called upon a pitcher to flash his speed and score the winning run. (more…) (April 2, 2012, Page 8)

Rebels get spring drills rolling

As the Ole Miss Rebel football team took the practice field for their first spring practice, Coach Hugh Freeze knew his team wouldn’t be perfect, but requested during the team meeting that they show maximum effort and attitude for all 15 days.

The team showed just that under a blue sky Friday afternoon. (March 26, 2012, Page 7)

Rebels can’t hold on to claim series

Just a couple of inches either way and who knows how Sunday’s game could have turned out at Oxford-University Stadium.

Down to their final strike of the series, Auburn center fielder Ryan Tella hit a two-out double that soared down the left field foul line and barely dropped in fair between the foul line and sliding Ole Miss left fielder Tanner Mathis.

Tiger left fielder Cullen Wacker then hit a double into the opposite corner, scoring Tella to tie the game.

The second double ended the day of Ole Miss starter Mike Mayers, who had limited the Tigers to just four hits until the ninth.

With Rebel closer Brett Huber on the mound, Auburn first baseman Garrett Cooper hit a single up the middle, scoring Wacker to put the Tigers ahead of No. 12 Ole Miss 3-2. (March 19, 2012, Page 6)

Auburn pitchers stymie Rebel bats

The No. 12 Ole Miss Rebels entered this weekend’s Southeastern Conference opener as the league’s second-most offensive team in terms of runs scored.

After dropping two of three and being limited to just eight total runs, well below their 8.59 average per game, the Rebels were left looking for answers. (March 19, 2012, Page 6)

Auburn rallies to nip No. 12 Rebels, take series

BLOG: Having spit the first two games of the three-game set, No. 12 Ole Miss and Auburn head into today’s finale looking to claim the series.

First pitch at Oxford-University Stadium is set for 1:30 p.m. (more…) (March 18, 2012)

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