HOOVER, Ala. — As Rebel skipper Mike Bianco pointed out following Thursday’s 7-5 loss to seventh-seeded Alabama, life in the Southeastern Conference can be a cruel at times. (more…) (May 24, 2013, Page 6A)
VIDEO BLOG: HOOVER, Ala. — The sixth-seeded Rebels (37-21 overall) have gotten used playing in the first game daily at the Southeastern Conference Tournament, hosted at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium.
They’ll do it one final time today at 9:30 a.m. against the seventh-seeded Alabama Crimson Tide (33-25). The game will be televised on SportSouth.
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The “breakfast game,” to open the six-day event pits two familiar opponents in 11th-seed Kentucky (30-24 overall, 11-19 SEC) against 6th-seed Ole Miss (36-20, 15-15).
The winner advances to face 3rd-seed Arkansas while the loser’s tournament is done.
First pitch is set for 9:30 a.m. with the game being televised on FSN. (more…) (May 21, 2013)
BLOG: Ole Miss has yet to announce who will take the mound in the Southeastern Conference Tournament opener against Kentucky on Tuesday. (more…) (May 20, 2013)
The Rebels hit a season-high four home runs to up-end the Tigers 11-9. With the win, the Rebels secured the sixth-seed in the upcoming Southeastern Conference Tournament in Hoover, Ala., and will face 11th-seed Kentucky. The two teams will open the SEC Tournament on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. (more…) (May 18, 2013)
Ole Miss will be at the center of the Southeastern Conference men’s tennis universe this week when it hosts some of the nation’s best in the SEC Tournament at the Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center. (more…) (April 17, 2013, Page 9)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Green may have been the preferred color to wear across the country because of St. Patrick’s Day Sunday, but there was a ton of red in the stands at the end of Southeastern Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament.
The reason? For the first time since 1981, the Ole Miss Rebels are SEC Tournament champions, thanks to a 66-63 win over the No. 13 Florida Gators at the Bridgestone Arena. The Rebels’ prize: Their first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2002 as a No. 12 seed. (more…) (March 18, 2013, Page 1B)
In the stroke of three wild days in Nashville, the embattled Ole Miss basketball coach not only ended speculation that he’d be fired the same season he became the program’s winningest head coach, but that his style of coaching and development couldn’t get the Rebels to the NCAA Tournament. (more…) (March 18, 2013, Page 1B)