Nutt, Freeze opposites in costs per win | USATODAY.com
Here's something interesting that, while entirely intuitive, is something few of us have likely thought of. Houston Nutt was paid $2.7ish million to win two games; Hugh Freeze was paid just under $200K to win ten. When looking at all FBS coaches, they're literally on the opposite ends of the spectrum of coaches regarding their salaries as they relate to number of football games they won.
The Daily Mississippian's Special Coaching Edition
This didn't actually get published, but you can view it online and, really, you should. It's got a great interview with Hugh Freeze, initial fan reactions, a look at what he was able to do at Ole Miss and Arkansas State, a run down of the college football coaching changes, a bowl schedule, a totally awesome Tweet by a guy you all might know, etc.
Summers Tabbed SEC Freshman Of The Week | University of Mississippi Official Athletic Site
Dropping 27 points on Penn State in their arena earned Jarvis Summers SEC FotW honors. Congrats, Jarvis, and thank you for likely taking this award away from yet another Kentucky "one-n-done" Wildcat.
Checking in on the SEC | Rush The Court
The self-proclaimed "Independent Voice of College Basketball" feels Ole Miss is the fifth best team in the SEC at this juncture. I'll take it.
Ole Miss Invited To Hawaii Tournament In 2012 | University of Mississippi Official Athletic Site
I'm sure this is old news to a few of you, but this is the first I've seen of this. Ole Miss will be playing in the Hawai'ian Airlines Diamond Head Classic basketball tournament next season. Also in this tournament will be Arizona, SDSU, Hawai'i, Miami (FL), San Francisco and Texas Tech, as well as one more team yet to be announced.