Sixty-six points and 676 yards. These are the numbers put up by the Texas offense against Ole Miss last season in Oxford.
It is not something easily forgotten by the Rebel defense. In fact, it has been on their minds ever since. (September 12, 2013, Page 9)
BLOG–With its showdown at Texas just three days away, the Ole Miss football team got “physical” in its practice Wednesday inside Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said. (more…) (September 11, 2013)
Texas’ shakeup to its coaching staff may change the way the Ole Miss offense goes about attacking the Longhorns, but nothing can alter the unit’s confidence heading into this weekend’s showdown in Austin. (September 11, 2013, Page 6)
On the surface, Ole Miss’ offense was highly productive against Southeast Missouri. How much the offense produced, though, depended greatly on who was under center. (September 9, 2013, Page 1B)
As part of the Forward Together campaign, Vaught-Hemingway Stadium and the Indoor Practice Facility are undergoing renovations and expansions to ready the stadium for Saturday’s first home football game. (September 6, 2013, Page 1B)
Historian Jack Mayfield kicks off the Ole Miss football season with history of the University of Mississippi’s televised football games. (August 30, 2013, Page 3B)
Tanner Mathis went 790 collegiate at-bats without hitting a home run.
It only took 114 professional at-bats for the former Ole Miss Rebel to send one over the fence. (August 9, 2013, Page 6A)
The fourth day of preseason camp saw Ole Miss concentrate on their red zone offense. The individual and 7-on-7 drills all focused on converting inside the 20-yard line. Head coach Hugh Freeze noted the offense started off slow but finished strong at the end of practice. (August 7, 2013, Page 10)
Carlos Davis will miss six games this season and “select practices over the course of his eligibility” with the Ole Miss football team. (July 10, 2013, Page 8)
RALEIGH, N. C. — Andrew Mistone hit a hard shot up the middle.
Off the bat it looked like the senior third baseman had prolonged the Rebels’ season for at least one more at-bat, but William & Mary shortstop Ryan Williams snagged the ball, spun and delivered a strike to first for the final out Sunday. (June 3, 2013, Page 8)