Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Monday, March 29, 2010
Sunday, March 28, 2010
Yahoo: One-on-one with Ole Miss’ Drew Pomeranz
Clarion Ledger: Dominance of Pomeranz inspires Rebs
Friday, March 26, 2010
Thursday, March 25, 2010
In the other major postseason tourney, Ole Miss has rolled on to the NIT Final Four and will face Dayton Tuesday night. If you're an NYC Rebel or making the trip to the Big Apple, order your tickets now.
NFL.com Blog: Ole Miss pro day full of talented prospects
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Where does Carter go from there? She's in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico getting ready to play in the inaugural Mexico Classic at El Tigre Golf Club. The tournament starts on Friday.
Not a bad place to spend a few days.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Scouts from all 32 NFL teams are expected to attend the workout for Dex, Jevan, John Jerry and all former Rebels. Stay tuned to OleMissSportsBlog.com tomorrow for updates and photos.
In the mean-time here are a few photos from last year's event that featured two future first-round pick in Peria Jerry and Micheal Oher. Photos courtesy of Joey Brent.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
BTW, Ole Miss is one game away from a return trip to the Big Apple for its second NIT Final Four in two seasons. Tuesday's game will be at home, and you can click here for tickets.
Friday, March 19, 2010
That same HD quality will soon be available on OleMissSports.com, as RebelVision will be debuting its new high def webcast as early as next week. Stay tuned for the official launch date, and catch over 25 live baseball games on RebelVision, including all three games of this weekend's SEC road series at Kentucky.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
A large group of scouts and local media will see Dex and most of the other Rebel draft prospects in action Tuesday at Ole Miss' pro day. Catch a full recap and video highlights of the event on OleMissSports.com.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Also, if you want to pick up some sweet Ole Miss St. Patty's Day gear, check out the Rebel Shop.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Head strength and conditioning coach Don Decker and his staff recently finished selecting the members for the 2010 Rebs Of Steel team. Members of this team must meet the highest levels of training for their position.
The members are (front row l-to-r): Johnny Brown, Sr., S; HR Greer, So., FB; Jonathan Cornell, Sr., LB; Lionel Breaux, Sr., WR; Ted Laurent, Sr., DT; (back row l-to-r): Brandon Bolden, Jr., RB; Rishaw Johnson, Jr., OL; Enrique Davis, Jr., RB; Marcus Temple, Jr., CB.
The photo is courtesy of the invaluable Joey Brent.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Warren paces the Rebels and ranks third in the conference with 17.2 ppg. He leads his team into the SEC Tournament in Nashville with a chance to improve its NCAA bid chances. The Rebels, who earned a first-round bye as the West No. 2 seed, will play the winner of LSU-Tennessee tomorrow at 2:15 p.m. CT.
Here is a rundown of Warren's postseason awards so far:
- All-District IV (USBWA)
- All-SEC 2nd team (SEC Coaches)
- All-SEC 2nd team (Sporting News)
- All-SEC 3rd team (Yahoo! Sports)
Monday, March 8, 2010
Want to find out which of your favorite Rebels are honored as All-SEC by the league coaches? Just visit SECSports.com to watch its one-hour interactive show starting at 10 a.m. CT on Tuesday.
The show will include video and still images as well as the ability for fans to participate in polls, provide feedback and ask questions using "Cover It Live" technology. At the completion of the show, a lucky fan will win tickets to the 2010 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament, which starts Thursday at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The link to the show is http://www.secsports.com/news/mens-hoops-all-sec-live-chat.aspx.After the show, come back to OleMissSports.com for a full release of the Rebels' choices to the SEC awards.
Friday, March 5, 2010
Examiner: Lance Lynn A Dark Horse candidate for the Cardinals
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
- With a 19-9 record entering Thursday's LSU game, the Rebels need one win to reach the 20 plateau for the 10th time in school history.
- Andy Kennedy would become just the second head coach in school history with three 20-win seasons, doing so in his first four years at the helm.
- Kennedy would become the ninth coach in SEC history to win 20+ games in three of his first four seasons at a league school.
- The Rebels' win over Kansas State (currently No. 5 in RPI) in Puerto Rico is the best non-league win by an SEC team away from its home court this season.
- Chris Warren has made a 3-pointer in 38 straight games, the second-best streak in school history and ninth-best in SEC history.
- Along with an opportunity to earn its first NCAA Tournament berth since 2002, Ole Miss is in position to claim its first winning SEC record since 2002 if it wins each of its final two games.
Fans are encouraged to wear red for Thursday's game. Red t-shirts will also be given out to the first 1,500 fans, courtesy of Coca-Cola, and the Cotton Bowl trophy will be presented at halftime. Check out the game notes for more info on the game.
Draft Diary by Jevan Snead: Recapping the Combine
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Our friend Sovent Taylor over in the Alumni Association shared with us the following tentative schedule for club meetings. More dates will be announced in the weeks to come, and we will be sure to have them on OleMissSports.com. Mark these on your calendar, and don't miss the Rebel festivities in your town.
March 5—Upstate Ole Miss Club (Robert Khayat, Warner Alford)
April 6—Batesville (Houston Nutt)
April 10—Charlotte Ole Miss Club
April 26—Lee County Ole Miss Club (Andy Kennedy, Tyrone Nix)
April 29—Little Rock Ole Miss Club (Houston Nutt)
May 3—Birmingham (Houston Nutt, Dan Jones)
May 11—Greenwood (Houston Nutt)
May 17 —Gulfport (Houston Nutt)
May 25—Nashville (Houston Nutt)
June 2—Destin (Houston Nutt)
June 3—New York Ole Miss Club
June 5—Mississippi Picnic in the Park (NYC)
June 17—Washington D.C. Club Meeting
June 19—Mississippi on the Mall (D.C.)
June 26—Mississippi Picnic in Atlanta
July 13—Jackson (Houston Nutt)
July 19—Memphis (Houston Nutt)
Monday, March 1, 2010
AirTran Airways Adds Baltimore Ravens Star Michael Oher as Endorser