OXFORD, MS - NOVEMBER 19: Barry Brunetti #11 of the Ole Miss Rebels scrambles with the ball against Michael Brockers #90 of the LSU Tigers on November 19, 2011 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi. (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images)
Rebel QBs team up for 8 TDs | The Clarion-Ledger
Eight touchdowns between Barry Brunetti and Bo Wallace isn't a bad way to finish a Saturday scrimmage, but temper your enthusiasm; Brunetti had two picks, and Wallace completed fewer than half of his passes. Other noteworthy performances during the scrimmage came from Ja-Mes Logan (three touchdowns) and the Rebel secondary (Charles Sawyer and Dehendret Collins each had interceptions). The Rebel OL gained some praise from the coaches as well.
This week marks the final week of spring practice. The Grove Bowl is this Saturday so, yeah, be there and stuff.
Ole Miss Salvages Final Game At Georgia | WREG.com
After a terribly frustrating Thursday and Friday from the Ole Miss Rebel baseball team, the bats lit Georgia up on Saturday to avoid the sweep. Ole Miss had 20 hits and eight runs and held Georgia to only three scores. Ole Miss fell to 7-8 in the SEC, meaning that the next few series will be pretty crucial to maintain standing within the conference heading into the end of the season.
This team has been frustrating like this all year. When they're on, they're on, and look as good as any team in the country. When they're off, they're capable of losing to any team in the country though. That's baseball, I suppose, and that's also the result of having a lot of young bats and arms.
Ex-Terp LT Garcia visits Wisconsin, transfer decision near | Sporting News
It's looking like a longer and longer shot to land the former Terrapin starting left tackle, but I guess technically we're still in it. If I were to guess, I'd say that Max Garcia is committing to Vanderbilt or Wisconsin.
Connect And Earn Rewards Through Ole Miss Social Rebels | OleMissSports.com
This is pretty danged brilliant, Mr. Bjork. "Social Rebels" has been launched, which is a program to encourage fans such as you and me to promote Ole Miss sports via Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and all of the other platforms the kids are using these days. The fans who most actively promote Ole Miss will receive prizes such as iPads, lunch with Ross Bjork (I'm serious - this is a prize), the opportunity to be on the field during football games, et cetera.
I am a firm believer in social media. The main vessel by which this here website is promoted is via Twitter. Facebook and other platforms help as well, and can all be powerful tools by which to market and connect a producer to an end user. I'm more than thrilled to see Bjork embracing social media and newer methods of communication; not only is it symbolic of the "new blood" in the AD's office, but it also shows a willingness to innovate.