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1.     Texas AM The Aggies have lost two in a row, but this team is still the most complete in the SEC at the end of the day. Alex Caruso and Jalenn Jones are a strong back court duo, and the Aggies will get it figured out. They should do it quickly, though, because road games at Alabama and LSU loom...

Ole Miss’ best player, Stefan Moody, went 5-25 from the field, and the Rebels knocked off Vanderbilt 85-78 on Saturday. “I thought tonight we settled...

Cam Newton will dance Sunday. He will do his Superman gesture. He will almost certainly score in Sunday’s Super Bowl 50. Newton, the quarterback of the Panthers, will be flashy. He’ll be entertaining. Peyton Manning won’t dance on Sunday, hopefully. He may not score. He definitely won’t be entertaining from a theatrical standpoint, but he’ll play Sunday. He may...

Auston Bousfield (9) hits the ball during an NCAA college baseball game at home. (Photo by: Thomas Graning) Opening day for Ole Miss baseball is exactly...

The Ole Miss Women’s tennis team is coming off a thrilling week in which they took on and defeated eighth-ranked Stanford 4-3. Arianne Hartono hits the...

Starkville – A. J. Brown knew where he wanted to go all along. He knew what he was about to do. He saw the reaction Kobe Jones got for choosing Mississippi...

When Hugh Freeze stepped onto the podium to address the media on Wednesday, he did so with a smile. The fifth-year head coach had just compiled another...

Hugh Freeze knew what he had to do when he arrived in Oxford in December of 2011. He knew what was necessary if he was going to win at Ole Miss. He knew what he had to do in recruiting. “When you talk about recruiting, our coaches will clearly understand that we are establishing dynamic relationships with everyone that is involved in our decision making process,” new...

If you’re reading this, it’s already started. It’s going to end around 2 p.m. It’s going to be crazy. It’s going to be wild. It’s national...

It takes a mammoth performance to win a national award in track & field, and that’s just what Ole Miss sophomore Raven Saunders provided last weekend in Nashville. Saunders broke several of her own records with a world-leading shot put at the Vanderbilt Invitational en route to USTFCCCA Women’s National Athlete of the Week and Southeastern Conference Women’s...