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Ole Miss baseball is off to a fast start after dispatching the Memphis Tigers on Tuesday, improving its record to 4-0 on the year. The Rebels pushed through a late-inning Tiger comeback and emerged victorious, generating plenty of optimism for this upcoming season. The Rebels entered 2018 ranked No. 16 by...

After originally planning to host the Red and Blue Classic in Oxford this weekend, Ole Miss softball will travel to Troy, Alabama, for a pair of rescheduled...

The Ole Miss men’s and women’s track and field teams closed out successful performances in Nashville at the Music City Challenge and in Ames, Iowa,...

Sixteen-year-old Devontae Shuler was lying on the ground in the fetal position, waiting for the bus to take him and his Irmo High School varsity basketball...

Ole Miss women’s basketball will face another tough opponent, the Kentucky Wildcats, in the team’s home season finale Thursday night. Coming off of...

Six days after announcing his intent to wait to step down as head coach until the end of the 2017-18 season, Andy Kennedy announced Sunday that he was...

After countless upsets and unlikely comebacks, Week 16 ended as possibly the most chaotic college basketball week of the year. Eight of the top 11 teams...

With Andy Kennedy’s decision to cut his season as Ole Miss men’s basketball head coach short, assistant coach Tony Madlock was named the interim head...

After beginning the year 3-0, Ole Miss baseball rode its opening weekend momentum into Tuesday’s win over the Memphis Tigers. Mike Bianco handed the...

After the university submitted its appeal of the NCAA Committee on Infractions decision, The Daily Mississippian spoke with Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate...