Tuesday the Rebels were back at it, on the practice field preparing for this weekend’s homecoming game against Louisiana Tech. (November 9, 2011, Page 8)
STARKVILLE (AP) — Mississippi State quarterback Chris Relf’s last seven passes in regulation missed their mark. He hadn’t completed a pass since the third quarter.
But when he finally did — a 17-yarder to LaDarius Perkins — it was a game-winner.
Relf hit Perkins on MSU’s second play of overtime, sealing a 26-20 victory over Louisiana Tech on Saturday night. (September 26, 2011, Page 2B)
A young, energetic coach with a successful track record of recruiting in the Deep South were just some of the qualifications Louisiana Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde was looking for in a new men’s basketball coach. Luckily for Van De Velde, he found all of those intangibles, and more, in former Ole Miss basketball standout Michael White, who was officially introduced as the Bulldogs’ 17th head coach Wednesday. (more…) (March 31, 2011, Page 7)
The desire to be the head men’s basketball coach at the Division I level has led Ole Miss assistant coach Mike White back to the state of Louisiana. White, a former Rebel basketball standout who most recently served as a member of Andy Kennedy’s staff, was hired by Louisiana Tech today to help lead the Bulldogs to the top of the Western Athletic Association and beyond. (more…) (March 30, 2011, Page 6)
BLOG: Ole Miss basketball coach Andy Kennedy met with the media Thursday to discuss the current status of his program and its future. (more…) (March 25, 2011)
The goal for Northwest Mississippi Community College wide receiver Myles White was to continue his college playing career in the South. Thanks to a stellar season with the Rangers that saw the Detroit native catch 53 passes for 712 yards and six touchdowns, White garnered offers from the likes of Louisiana Tech and Troy, as well as interest from Ole Miss.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound White, who started his career at Michigan State, visited Ruston, La., over the weekend and ultimately decided that becoming a Bulldog and playing under the direction of coach Sonny Dykes was too good to pass up. (November 24, 2010, Page 6A)