The No. 22 Ole Miss Rebels set out Sunday looking to carry over their momentum from the previous two days and in doing so claim a series sweep over No. 17 Arkansas at Oxford-University Stadium.
Instead, the Razorbacks jumped on Ole Miss early en route to an 11-3 victory. (April 23, 2012, Page 1B)
Mike Bianco’s gamble appears to have paid off.
Thursday, Ole Miss’ skipper made it known publicly that usual weekend starter R.J. Hively would be moved to the pen in the hopes of limiting the Rebels’ late-inning letdowns. (more…) (April 23, 2012, Page 1B)
Looking to shake things up after having inconsistent weekends at Georgia and Kentucky in consecutive weekends, the No. 22 Ole Miss Rebels could stray from their normal rotation this weekend when the No. 17 Arkansas Razorbacks come to town for the three-game set beginning tonight. (more…) (April 20, 2012, Page 6A)
BLOG: Led by 16 points from Nikki Byrd and 13 points from Valencia McFarland, the Ole Miss women’s basketball team rallied from 10-point first-half deficit to defeat Arkansas at home 60-54. (more…) (January 12, 2012)
Things couldn’t have gone much better for Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy Wednesday night. Not only did he get to witness his daughter, Meagan, perform a great rendition of the National Anthem at the start of the Rebels’ matchup with Arkansas at C.M. “Tad” Smith Coliseum, he was able to watch Murphy Holloway play for the first time since Dec. 21.
Holloway followed up Meagan Kennedy’s fantastic singing with some fantastic play of his own. Not only did Holloway finish with 19 points and 14 rebounds in the 71-63 win for the Rebels, the team played harder than they have in several games with Holloway on the court. Simply put: Holloway is the reason the Rebels are now 1-1 in the Southeastern Conference as opposed to 0-2. (January 12, 2012, Page 6)
Ole Miss’ best effort of the season Saturday afternoon at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium was overshadowed by a third quarter that could be categorized as the team’s worst of the year. The Rebels, who lost 29-24 to Arkansas, played inspired football in the first half of their Southeastern Conference matchup with the No. 10 Razorbacks, jumping out to a 17-0 lead with 6:42 left in the second quarter. (more…) (October 24, 2011, Page 1B)
Today’s game will be televised on the SEC Network. (more…) (October 22, 2011)
A 45-point loss to No. 2 Alabama may not look like it produced many positive points, but Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt said there were things his team did well despite the one-sided setback.
Nutt emphasized the way his team started the game that included driving 72 yards for a touchdown. He also pointed out the offense committed no penalties and that effort was better. (October 18, 2011, Page 8)