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Rebel Roundup - February 28, 2011

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Ole Miss Warren top Alabama | NEMS360
We're gonna have a recap up later, but the game can best be summed up thusly: Chris Warren and Zach Graham combined for 42 points. We're gonna be so lost without them next season.

As whistles blow, Tide's NCAA tournament hopes suffer a blow | AL.com
Imagine that, Alabama's complaining about officiating during Saturday's basketball game. I didn't see it, but I'm gonna totally jump to the conclusion that they're wrong, we're right, and they're just wasting heir time whining because everything is easier that way.

Cougars swing and miss against Rebels | TheDailyCougar.com
Houston's head coach Todd Whitting "thought [Houston] played well this weekend against Ole Miss." He also told reporters that "playing well against an SEC team is not a moral victory for us. I expect to win every series." That's certainly coachspeak, but the guy knows his team played well. Hats off to Houston for a great series.

Rebels Grab Series With 8-3 Win At Houston | OleMissSports.com
Scroll down for BWE's take on the weekend. It's great to see the Rebs off to such a great start early. Saturday was an aberration but, with things like errors, walks, and other misfortunes which are statistically bound to happen, they will on occasion rear their ugly little heads at the most inopportune times. They're what makes the sport such a fun and frustrating one to watch, and they're undoubtedly the cause of a phrase which could be labelled as the calling card of the Ole Miss baseball fan: "that's baseball."

Ole Miss NT Powe relishes dirty jobs | ProFootballWeekly.com
I dunno, Gerald, I used to really enjoy Dirty Jobs, but Mike Rowe's attitude just kinda wore on me after a while. (SWIDT^2?) Powe's had a confident disposition about himself during this past weekend's NFL combine, declaring himself yesterday as the best nose tackle in the draft. He likely won't be drafted as such, but he'll have a decent pro career nonetheless.