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Rebel Roundup - March 8, 2011

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Did Anybody get a Virus From Us?
No. Good. Stuff's been screwy around here so if you're infected then, well, we're sorry but we're not replacing anything. Deal with it.

Chris Warren, Zach Graham team for 39 as Ole Miss earns No. 3 seed | The Commercial Appeal
That's not the number three overall seed; that's the number three seed out of the SEC West in the upcoming SEC Basketball tournament. Though I aim not to poop on Chris Warren and Zach Graham's final regular season game by lamenting the body of work that is the 2010-11 season, so allow me to congratulate the pair for their excellent Rebel careers.

Six Classic Sugar Bowl Games | Team Speed Kills
Roll Bama Roll's Kleph found a real gem in this, a free series of classic online Sugar Bowl videos. The 1963 and 1970 Sugar Bowls, both of which featured Ole Miss and Arkansas, are featured in this series.

An Appreciation: Jeremiah Masoli (Mississippi) - Team Speed Kills
From Team Speed Kills, this is a look at the tumultuous year of Jeremiah Masoli at the helm of the Ole Miss offense.

In the end, Jeremiah Masoli might be most remembered for what he proved in a year in which Cam Newton seemed to win a national championship almost singlehandedly: Teams matter. Masoli might not have gotten a chance to play on college football's biggest stage given his suspension at Oregon, but he would have at least been standing a lot closer to the spotlight than he was after a long fall in Oxford.

Jeremiah, thanks for giving your all in Oxford. We'll forever appreciate your effort and the level of excitement you brought to the offense.

 

Marcel Thiemann Clinches 4-0 Win For Rebels Against Vanderbilt | OleMissSports.com
Sehr gut, Marcel. Theimann and the Rebel Men's Tennis Team bounced back from a tough season-opening defeat at the hands of Kentucky to whallop the #22 ranked Nashville Commodores in the Gillom Sports Center. Marcel and his brother, Chris, are currently ranked the #5 doubles pair in the country, which spells good news for the closer matches we should be having this season. Up next, LSU and Arkansas. Best of luck, netters.

Toppers Ready To Battle Ole Miss | WKUHerald.com
If you'll recall, the last time the Hilltoppers of Western Kentucky met the Ole Miss diamond Rebels, Drew Pomeranz pitched them out of the 2009 NCAA Regional. Let's hope for a similar performance, aside from the opening game loss which also took place in 2009, of course.