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Ole Miss sweeps Gamecocks 3-0, ends losing streak

In their SEC opener, the Ole Miss volleyball team built a 2-0 lead on South Carolina, but saw the Gamecocks rally to win the match at their place. That was not the case here Sunday at the Gillom Sports Center, as the Rebels shut out the Gamecocks 3-0 behind a great defensive effort and the play of junior Nakeyta Clair. (November 3, 2014, Page 6)

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    Treadwell’s career night ends with fumble, injury

    Laquon Treadwell got 19 yards. He needed 20. Ole Miss’ sophomore wideout caught his final pass of the night, weaved his way through Auburn’s defense and fought off defenders on his way toward the end zone. But Kris Frost caught up to jar the ball loose from behind, and Auburn’s Cassanova McKinzy recovered in the end zone with 1 minute, 30 seconds left. (November 2, 2014, Page 1B)

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      NOTEBOOK: Ole Miss defense no match for Tigers’ offense

      The Ole Miss defense had allowed just eight touchdowns all season. Saturday night the Auburn offense scored five in a 35-31 victory over the Rebels at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. It was not the best outing for one of the nation’s best defenses, which allowed more than 20 points for the first time in 10 games. (November 2, 2014, Page 1B)

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        COLUMN: Freeze now faced with his toughest coaching job

        Ole Miss was so close. Now the Rebels are far away. If you can think of worse way Saturday night’s game against Auburn could’ve ended for Ole Miss, I’m all ears. (November 2, 2014, Page 1B)

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          Missed opportunities doom Rebs in loss

          Saturday night’s Ole Miss-Auburn game had a very similar theme to the one played seven days ago in Death Valley at LSU. Ole Miss had its chances to put No. 3 Auburn away in the final stages of the game but turnovers and a potentially devastating injury cost the Rebels in a 35-31 loss. (November 2, 2014, Page 2B)

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            Rebels’ runner-up finish ties best SEC cross-country finish in program’s history

            TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Ole Miss men’s cross-country team raced to a runner-up finish at the Southeastern Conference Championships on Friday, tying the 1968 second-place result as the best in the program’s history. The Rebels finished just six points behind SEC Champion Arkansas. (November 2, 2014, Page 4B)

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              Tennessee edges Ole Miss, 3-2, in double overtime

              The Rebels played teams into overtime six times on the season heading into the regular-season finale, but the seventh overtime period proved to be the dagger in the heart of a team that had survived extra time repeatedly as Ole Miss (8-6-5, 3-4-4 SEC) fell to Tennessee (9-9-1, 4-6-1 SEC) by a score of 3-2 on Thursday night in double overtime. (October 31, 2014, Page 7A)

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                Tunsil practicing, Still will try for Ole Miss

                During fall camp and through the course of the regular season, the lack of depth on Ole Miss’ offensive line has been a concern and was the one group that had to stay healthy. Not only did the Rebels suffer two injuries last week, they occurred to starting center Ben Still and arguably their best player at the position, left tackle Laremy Tunsil. Still missed the game against LSU, but Tunsil injured his bicep during and was missed badly. (October 30, 2014, Page 7A)

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                  Ole Miss No. 4 in first College Football Playoff rankings

                  The inaugural College Football Playoff rankings made one thing clear: Ole Miss controls its own fate when it comes to the possibility of playing for a national championship. But there’s a long way to go. (October 29, 2014, Page 1B)

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                    Rebels prep for more balanced Auburn offense

                    No. 4 Auburn (6-1, 3-1 SEC) is still lethal on the ground, leading the SEC with 281 rushing yards a game, but the Tigers are using that success to open things up with a passing game it didn’t need at times a season ago. It’s another dimension No. 7 Ole Miss (7-1, 4-1) will have to account for when the Rebels host the Tigers in a Western Division clash Saturday (6 p.m., ESPN). (October 29, 2014, Page 1B)

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