Rebel Roundup - November 21, 2011

LSU Starts Taking Knees With Five Minutes Left Vs. Ole Miss | SBNation.com
It wasn't close, but few of us expected it to be. With rampant player suspensions, a half-enthused coaching staff, a lack of any real offensive identity, and depth issues across the field, us keeping it within 20 of a team like LSU would have been in itself a moral victory.

Ole Miss Coaching Vacancy: Could Art Briles Leave Baylor For SEC? | SB Nation Kansas City
There's talk that Baylor's Art Briles is interested in the Ole Miss job and would consider it if offered. I have no idea if that is the case, but such a possibility is an exciting one to ponder. Briles has had some significant success at Houston and now Baylor (who, if you didn't notice, beat Oklahoma on Saturday), so I have little doubt that he could win more games than he would lose in Oxford. 

Ole Miss can't stop Crowder and No. 21 Marquette | Boston.com
We lost by 30. It was embarrassing. We, for a significant portion of the game, couldn't get a shot to drop, even going 0-for-14 from beyond the arc before actually making one. How'd we get to that Marquette game?

Nelson, Rebels rally for win in Paradise | The Clarion-Ledger
We squeaked one out over Drake in the opening round. Who do we play next?

T-C-U (3-1) vs. Ole Miss (3-1) (ET) | KansasCity.com
TCU, in the third place consolation game. Whoopee!

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