The Ole Miss Lady Rebels (7-11, 0-5 SEC) will be in search of their first SEC win of the season when they travel to Gainesville, Fla., to take on the Florida Gators (13-6, 2-3 SEC) tonight at 6 p.m. Thursday night’s matchup will be the first of two straight road contests, as the Lady Rebels will continue play against the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Sunday. File Photo...

In this week’s installment, The Daily Mississippian’s sports editor David Collier ranks the 14 Southeastern Conference teams. Opponents, game times and television networks are also included for the next game for each team. 1. Florida (15-2, 5-0 SEC) The Gators are the class of the league this year, and no one has shown they have the ability to slow them down. Florida...

Richard Barnes, a professor at the University of Mississippi School of Law, was killed in a car accident at 9:38 a.m. on January 22 between Conway, Ark. and Little Rock. According to a preliminary report from the Arkansas State Police, the professor’s Subaru crossed the median, driving east on Interstate 40, and struck the oncoming vehicle. Barnes was pronounced...

Every year during the first week of spring semester, the Turner Center is packed with students. But by the third week of school, the gym is back to normal with just the regular visitors. we all make new year’s resolutions to workout more, eat healthier and cut out bad habits, but the routine never seems to stick. Here are some motivational tips to help you be consistent...

Last year’s team was, at times, abysmal on offense. They averaged 66.9 points per game. They made the fewest three-pointers in conference play. They were the worst free-throw shooting team in the SEC, and one of the worst in the NCAA. They averaged .98 points per possession, which was eighth in the SEC. Quentin Winstine | The Daily Mississippian But, all of that has...

It’s an exciting time in Ole Miss athletics. In 10 months time, athletics director Ross Bjork has changed the culture and mindset of Ole Miss athletics, and the results have begun to show on the scoreboard, as well as in other areas. File Photo (Austin McAfee) | The Daily MississippianOle Miss Athletics Director Ross Bjork speaks after being introduced as the new athletics...

File PhotoCars drive past buildings on The Square. It has been a big year for The University of Mississippi, not only with sports and academics, but also for the City of Oxford. Livability.com has honored Oxford by ranking it as the No. 2 college town in its third annual listing of top college towns, behind College Station, Texas, home to the main campus of Texas A&M...

File Photo (Tyler Jackson) | The Daily Mississippian The University of Mississippi plans to continue “pedestrianizing” the Oxford campus in the coming months as a way to deal with the parking problem on campus. Pedestrianizing refers to the process of establishing parking lots off campus while downsizing and slowing the growth of the existing lots within the confines...

There’s a lot to catch up on since we finished finals last year. Gun control is once again a hot topic of conversation, and it looks like Obama has that handled with his 23 Executive Strongly Worded Letters to Congress. We totally dealt with that fiscal cliff problem by, instead of driving right off of it, driving around in circles for a moment before we continued back...

The work of two committees on campus has helped give The University of Mississippi a better image in the wake of the Nov. 6 election-night disturbance The Incident Review Committee was created in response to a letter written by faculty to Chancellor Dan Jones. The letter, which was signed by 110 faculty and staff members at the university, voiced concerns about how the...