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Five seconds to go, your team is down by two and you have “the rock” 18 feet from the hoop in front of a gymnasium full of screaming people. One last Hail Mary pass arching down a sideline filled by awestruck, silent fans, and you sky to make the grab. Or it’s bases loaded, one run game, two outs...

Ole Miss soccer has scored 16 goals across its two games this season. Its opponents both have none. After defeating Alabama State 8-0 in their home opener...

Former head coach Hugh Freeze preparing to take the field last year (Photo by Ariel Cobbert) After a summer riddled with controversies and accusations...

Terry Caldwell throws up the Landshark after making a tackle last year. (Photo by: Cameron Brooks) College football returns Saturday. Sure, it’s the...

The Rebels came out kicking in their season opener against Alabama State on Friday night with an 8-0 win over the Alabama State Hornets. Junior forward...

Junior defensive back Kendarius Webster will have to put his long-awaited return to the gridiron on hold for one more game after being suspended for the Ole Miss season opener against South Alabama. Webster and linebacker Detric Bing-Dukes, who were both arrested Tuesday night on shoplifting charges, will be on the sidelines for the first game of the year in Oxford. Interim...

On Thursday, one week after a testimony at SEC Media Days, two weeks after Houston Nutt filed a lawsuit against the university and less than two months...

Lead by Ole Miss baseball assistant coach Marc MacMillan, Ole Miss baseball camps for boys grades first-12th are intended to improve campers’ baseball...

HOOVER, Ala.–The SEC closed its annual Media Days from the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Alabama on Thursday afternoon. As the final session of the day came...

HOOVER, Ala.–Action picked up at the Winfrey Hotel in Hoover, Alabama as Ole Miss Head Coach Hugh Freeze, along with quarterback Shea Patterson,...