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Madi Osias releases a pitch during Saturday’s game against Texas A&M. / (Thomas Graning) BY ALLISON SLUSHER ajslushe@go.olemiss.edu The Ole Miss softball team will wrap up their season today with a doubleheader against Alcorn State. The Rebels (23-31) are looking to finish the year on a positive...

Christian Helsel tosses the ball to second for an out during Friday’s game against Kentucky. / (Ignacio Murillo)   BY MATT SIGLER mcsigler@go.olemiss.edu Freshman...

BY JAKE THOMPSON jcthomps@go.olemiss.edu Murphy Holloway poses for portrait. / (Austin McAfee) Murphy Holloway is trading his sneakers in for cleats as...

BY JAKE THOMPSON jcthomps@go.olemiss.edu When I came to Ole Miss in the fall of 2010, I had no idea what was awaiting me in the next three years. I decided to become a journalism major with aspirations of a career as a sports writer, which is a tough goal to achieve. Little did I know how close I was to accomplishing that. Towards the end of my first semester, a teacher...

Holt Perdzock reacts during Saturday’s game against Kentucky. / Austin McAfee BY JOHN LUKE MCCORD mccordjohnluke@yahoo.com FRIDAY: NO. 21 OLE MISS...

Bri Payne is tagged out at home on Saturday / Thomas Graning BY ALLISON SLUSHER ajslushe@go.olemiss.edu   FRIDAY: OLE MISS 8, NO. 15 TEXAS A&M...

Five Ole Miss Rebels signed free-agent deals with NFL teams on Saturday, following the 2013 NFL Draft. Uriah Grant signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars,...

Five Ole Miss Rebels signed free-agent deals with NFL teams on Saturday, following the 2013 NFL Draft. Uriah Grant signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars,...

BY TYLER BISCHOFF tfbischo@go.olemiss.edu Ole Miss is likely to land Gian Clavell, a 6-foot-3 guard from Northwest Kansas Technical College, according to multiple media outlets, including RebelGrove.com and OMSpirit.com. As a freshman, Clavell, a class of 2014 recruit, averaged 19.4 points per game, while shooting 39 percent on 3-pointers, causing Ole Miss fans to ask...

BY JOHN LUKE MCCORD mccordjohnluke@yahoo.com No. 21 Ole Miss scored two seventh-inning runs to take a 2-1 lead, but Kentucky answered back with two runs in the eighth to retake the lead and secure the 3-2 win and take a the first of a three-game series last night from Oxford-University Field/Swayze Field. “Not a very good night for us, I didn’t think we played very...