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Rebel Roundup - March 11, 2011

Cous Cous Nelson played well early for the Rebels, giving fans a look at the potential possessed by the freshman.
Cous Cous Nelson played well early for the Rebels, giving fans a look at the potential possessed by the freshman.

South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Mississippi Rebels / Black Bears Basketball: A Quick Recap | Garnet And Black Attack
The Rebs earned their first SEC Tournament victory since 2007 as they bettered the South Carolina Gamecocks by 11 in Atlanta. Chris Warren played all 40 minutes, an interesting strategy in a tournament, and performed well. The real worry is whether or not he'll have the gas in the tank necessary to face Kentucky with the same energy he faced them a while back.

Kentucky, Big Blue Nation await Ole Miss  | AJC.com
In an improbable last-minute victory, the Rebels took down the then-#11 Kentucky Wildcats earlier this season in the Tad Pad. Calipari's Cats are looking for revenge (and will likely get it) this afternoon against our Rebels in the SEC tournament.

WKU ends road trip with 7-3 victory over Ole Miss | WKU Herald
Well, that sucked. More to come on this and the upcoming games from Brian Walker's Elbow. We promise.

Ole Miss QB Mackey acknowledges misstatements | The Clarion-Ledger
Reports from earlier this week stated that Randall Mackey's speech impediment was the result of a concussion he received in the eight grade. That's not so, sayeth the Rebel quarterback, as he's apparently had these difficulties as long as he can remember. It's a sensitive subject (the sensitivity of which we at the Cup seem about not to give a damn), so he's sheepish to talk to media folks about it. We'll see this spring and, especially, this fall how much this impacts his game in the SEC.

Men's Tennis Squares Off with No. 22 Ole Miss | LSUsports.net
The Rebel Netters are making the trip to Baton Rouge this weekend to face off against the Bayou Bengals. The Rebels have won six straight against LSU, are aren't looking to have that trend bucked just yet.