Ole Miss At Home Again
Yesterday sucked, but not too bad for me at least. While the Rebels were losing to the William and Mary Tribe to get the boot from the Raleigh Regional, I was watching this:
So, yeah, that was a great way to spend an afternoon. I was actually able to cheer on a team of mine as they bettered a powerhouse against the odds. It was a great and sadly unfamiliar feeling for this Ole Miss and US Soccer fan.
As the match's halftime began, the Yanks were up 2-0 on the Germans, and I was - being in RFK Stadium, a structure which should have been razed decades ago - without reliable enough 3G to follow the Rebel baseball game on Twitter. I, obviously, didn't care too much at that point, but Juco just had to call me and deliver the bad news anyway. My reaction was something along these lines, but those feelings were fleeting because, hey, that's just one less thing to worry about over the next few weeks.
There is though the question and ensuing debate about Mike Bianco's future in Oxford to deal with. I'm sure we'll be having that talk soon, so stick around.
Ole Miss could have one of league's best pass offenses | AL.com
Aside from a few glaring mistakes - such as Hugh Freeze's loss totals and Bo Wallace's interception total - this is a good writeup on what to look for out of our passing game next year.
You know what, scratch that last bit, because it really isnt' a good writeup, but the point is that people are starting to notice that we return a capable quarterback, a maturing offensive line, and a trio of good starting SEC wideouts while adding to that a fistful of weapons out of the 2013 recruiting class.
Michigan State football plays SEC hardball, offers Ole Miss DT commitment Jamiyus Pittman | MLive.com
BACK OFF SPARTY YOU DON'T WANT NONE OF HUGH FREEZE UP IN THIS STICK TO BEING COLD AND SAD IN EAST LANSING AND GET OUTTA THE SOUTHEAST ACT LIKE YOU KNOW
Ole Miss Rebels Lead for 4-Star DT | RantSports.com
Elisha Shaw is one of the top defensive tackles in the country, and the Tucker, Georgia standout lineman named Ole Miss his leader after a recent visit to Oxford. I don't know where this strategy of "poach Georgia for defensive linemen" came from, but I like it and it seems to work. Hopefully his interest in our Rebs can be held onto.
SEC Announces Update On Concussions | OleMissSports.com
Dan Jones and his whole "being an actual physician" thing gave him the opportunity to chair the SEC's working group on concussions, a team