I Hope Y'all Saw That
Last night was truly a spectacle of college athletics. And, really, all March has been fantastic for basketball. Even though our Rebs were one of the last teams out (FINAL FOUR NIT WHAT?), this year's edition of the NCAA tournament was even more impossible to ignore than ever--if not, at the very least, more exciting than the last two ueber-predictable tourneys. I have pretty mixed feelings about last night's outcome; the bad guys won, but...
...I'm a Winner
Both the NAFOOM Squares game and RCR Bracket Challenge (OMG PPL'S REAL NAMES) were won by yours truly. I guess the six-pack of beer I promised the winner of the RCR game goes to none other than me. Dogfish Head 60-minute IPA, come on down.
Notebook: Rebels seek pitching fix to arrest Sunday slump | The Clarion-Ledger
While a more solid presence on the mound would certainly ease our Sunday woes, the solution isn't that simple. Overall, our team plays down on Sunday. The pitching is sub-par, the bats are cold, the fielding is lazy, and the baserunning is stupid. I don't know how one fixes such an epidemic of baseball FAIL, but that's why I'm not a coach.
Tuesday Morning Update | NEMS360
According to Parrish Alford, Rebel Guard and Chief Mischeif Maker Rishaw Johnson is looking good. The offensive line as a whole though, is leaving much to be desired. Of course, spring practice is rarely an indicator of what is to come this fall so let's not get too worried just yet.
Rebels Drop to #15 | Baseball America
After dropping the series to the conference's worst team, the Rebels slipped four places down to number 15. Elsewhere in the SEC, LSU is #5, Florida #8, Arkansas #10, South Carolina #11, Vanderbilt #20, and Alabama #24. Yes, seven of the twelve SEC teams are ranked right now.