What a difference a week makes. Down five starters on defense and without starting running back Jeff Scott on offense, the Ole Miss Rebels still found a way to defeat the No. 6 LSU in front of a jubilant crowd of 61,160 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Saturday night. (October 21, 2013, Page 1B)
Andrew Ritter envied Josh Lambo.
A week prior to Ole Miss’ matchup with LSU, Ritter, the Rebels’ senior place-kicker, watched Lambo trot out on the field with the score tied at 38 and boot a game-winning field goal as time ran out to send Texas A&M to a three-point victory over Ole Miss. (October 21, 2013, Page 1B)
Olivia Harrison delivered her fifth goal of the season, putting the equalizing ball in the net in the 76th minute as No. 24 Ole Miss rallied to play No. 7 South Carolina to a 1-1 draw through two overtimes on Sunday. (October 21, 2013, Page 2B)
Ole Miss kicker Andrew Ritter is the toast of Oxford this morning. And rightfully so. The senior from Jackson kicked the Rebels to a 27-24 win over No. 6 LSU Saturday night, setting off a wild celebration at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (more…) (October 20, 2013)
The second half of the 2013 season begins tonight for the Ole Miss Rebels, who are hosting No. 6 LSU at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (more…) (October 19, 2013)
City, UM scramble to keep shuttles, motorists moving for Saturday’s football game against the LSU Tigers. (October 18, 2013, Page 1A, 3A)
Historian Jack Mayfield writes about 1947 game between the Ole Miss Rebels and LSU Tigers when one player lost his pants.
A new coffee-table book, “Ole Miss: A Photographic Essay” hit bookstores earlier this month showcasing the beauty of the University of Mississippi campus and the LOU community. (October 18, 2013, Page 1B, 2B)
Ole Miss junior defensive end C.J. Johnson will miss the remainder of the 2013 season after a decision was made for him to undergo surgery to repair an ankle injury. (October 18, 2013, Page 6A)
Andy Kennedy’s goal of getting the Ole Miss Rebels back in the NCAA Tournament finally came last year. After seven seasons in Oxford, and being oh so close several times, Kennedy was able to break the drought by guiding the Rebels through an up-and-down regular season and into a championship at the annual Southeastern Conference Tournament. (October 17, 2013, Page 8)