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Rebel Roundup - March 1, 2012


Full Court Press: Ole Miss 77, Arkansas 75 |
The lead changed five times in the final three minutes, but after Terrence Henry put the Rebels on top with under ten seconds to go, the game was over. It was an impressive showing for a team which has largely demonstrated its talent and athleticism, but not it's consistency. The Rebels end the season against Alabama before traveling to New Orleans to drink hand grenades with Coach Kennedy compete in the SEC tournament.

Ole Miss 13, Jackson State 1 at Ole Miss Sports | EotC
Ole Miss made it look easy last night, cruising to a 12-run victory over the Jackson State Tigers last night at Swayze Field. Getting the start was Madison Central product Josh Laxer, who looked good only by virtue of the level of competition he faced. As far as we see it, he's nowhere close to ready for SEC play. Other noteworthy performances came from Zach Kirksey, who went 2-of-3 with five runs batted in, and Kody Sepulveda who cranked a ball over the fence in his lone plate appearance in a pinch.

Former Ole Miss star Drew Pomeranz gunning for shot in Colorado Rockies' rotation |
Drew Pomeranz, the former all-American pitcher at Ole Miss, went 2-1 with a 5.40 ERA last season as a member of the Colorado Rockies (this coming after a trade from Cleveland where he was one of their most valued farm prospects). This season, though, he's looking to solidify his role as a part of the Rockies' starting rotation.

Ole Miss plans 50th reunion for undefeated 1962 football team |
Although of a bygone era, the 1962 Ole Miss Rebel football teams was one of the most successful and talented in Southeastern Conference History. The weekend we play host to the Texas Longhorns, the remaining living members of this team will host a reunion and will be honored during the game's halftime ceremonies.