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Shackelford inspired by bye week victory

It’s funny how work can sometimes follow you home.

Last weekend D.T. Shackelford got away from it all — or tried to at least.

Taking advantage of the bye week, the sophomore linebacker packed his bags and went home to Decatur, Ala., to re-charge and see family.

While there he got a chance to see his alma mater, the Austin Black Bears, take on higher ranked Gadsden City and win.

The last-second 33-30 upset got Shackelford thinking about Ole Miss’ similar task at hand, which according to Shackelford, was a good thing after all. (October 13, 2010, Page 6)

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    Rested Rebels turn focus to No. 8 Alabama Crimson Tide

    Rested and ready for the final stretch of the Southeastern Conference schedule, Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt talked about his Rebels coming off a bye week and the challenge of playing No. 8 Alabama on the road during his weekly press conference Monday.

    Nutt said that the team’s lone off week did some good from a health standpoint. (October 12, 2010, Page 8)

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      Saban says talk about 2009 title win is over

      The hiring of Nick Saban three years ago really started to pay dividends last season for the Alabama Crimson Tide. A program that is used to winning national titles under legendary coach Paul “Bear” Bryant was treated to yet another title last season when the Crimson Tide defeated Texas in the BCS Championship game.

      If you ask Alabama fans about which team will win the title this year, the answer is simple, the Crimson Tide of course. But for Saban, last year’s team and what they accomplished is in the past. He’s more worried about the 2010 version and what this younger, but still talented group can accomplish. (August 23, 2010, Page 2B)

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        Saban not shy talking about agents

        SEC MEDIA DAY NOTEBOOK — Sports agents shouldn’t expect to get a Christmas card from Alabama head coach Nick Saban this year. If Saban had it his way, agents who violate the rules by funneling money to players still in college would get a year ban from their profession.

        Alabama is one of the schools that has been in the unfortunate position recently of having to deal with questions regarding agents and players. A report surfaced Wednesday at the Southeastern Conference’s Media Days that Crimson Tide defensive lineman Marcel Dareus had been ruled ineligible to play this year. The school denied that claim, which was originally reported by the Tuscaloosa News, saying that no action had been taken.

        But if the Crimson Tide did lose Dareus, who apparently attended a party in Miami that was funded by an agent, it would be a sizable blow to their chances of repeating as national champions.

        Saban, who is not known to always be the best coach to talk about anything let alone something controversial, blasted agents that don’t do things the right way by equating them to pimps. (July 22, 2010, Page 2B)

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          Alabama tops Rebels to remain in winner’s bracket

          HOOVER, Ala. — For the second time this season Alabama starter Nathan Kilcrease has pitched into the ninth in a winning effort against the Rebels.

          On Thursday, the 5-foot-6, right-hander pitched 8.1 innings en route to a 6-3 victory over the Rebels at Regions Park. (more…) (May 27, 2010)

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            Day 2: Alabama-Ole Miss Game Blog

            HOOVER, Ala. — Live from Regions Park in Hoover, Ala., for Day 2 of the Southeastern Conference’s SEC Tournament. Game 7 pits Ole Miss (37-20 overall) and Alabama (35-21). Today’s game, which is set for a 4:36 p.m. first pitch, will be televised on CSS. It will also be broadcast locally on 89.7 FM and 93.7/105.5FM in Oxford. (more…) (May 27, 2010)

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              More from Hoover, Ala.

              HOOVER, Ala. — Weren’t quite able to fit all of the quotes from today’s post-game press conference into tomorrow’s gamer, so here’s the extra quotables:

              (more…) (May 26, 2010)

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                Kilcrease, Nelson silence Rebel bats

                The Southeastern Conference’s Western Division leader board isn’t any clearer after a weekend that saw No. 15 Ole Miss drop two of three games to Alabama at Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

                After the Rebels overcame a slew of walks and errors to claim a 5-4 win on Friday, they fell to the Crimson Tide in a 4-1 loss on Saturday and a 6-3 loss on Sunday.

                As a result, Ole Miss (36-17 overall, 16-11 in the Southeastern Conference) will head into its final weekend series one game behind Auburn — which took two of three from Tennessee this weekend — for the top spot in the SEC West, and tied with Arkansas, who was swept by South Carolina. (May 17, 2010, Page 2B)

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                  Rebels drop Game 3 at Alabama

                  TUSCALOOSA, Ala. —Following almost a four hour rain delay, the Rebels fell to Alabama 6-3 at Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

                  (more…) (May 16, 2010)

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                    Ole Miss-Alabama Game 3 Blog:

                    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — It’s overcast and sprinkling here at Alabama’s Sewell-Thomas Stadium. The game was scheduled for a 2 p.m. start, but because of some weather in the area, they have delayed first pitch. (more…) (May 16, 2010)

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