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Rebels Travel To Texas To Face Longhorns In Big 12/SEC Challenge

Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Ole Miss Travels to Austin Jan. 27

OXFORD, Miss. — Ole Miss will travel to Austin, Texas this season to face the Texas Longhorns in the fifth annual Big 12/SEC Challenge.

The annual battle will feature 10 games played on January 27, 2018, in a matchup of two premier college basketball conferences. All 10 of the Big 12’s teams and 10 of the SEC’s 14 member institutions will participate in this year’s event. Each of the 10 SEC teams that participate in the 2018 Challenge will be a part of the 2019 event.

The Rebels and the Horns have met 14 times on the hardwood with UT holding a slight 8-6 advantage in the series.… Read more...

No. 12 Rebels Start Super Regional Play Thursday at No. 5 UCLA

Ole Miss/UCLA Begin Best of Three Series Thursday at 6 p.m. PT on ESPN

Ole Miss Notes – NCAA Oxford Regional | Tournament Central Page

No. 12 Ole Miss (43-18) at No. 5 UCLA (45-13)
Dates: May 25-27, 2017
Location: Los Angeles, California
Venue: Easton Stadium (1,328)
TV: Thursday: ESPN | Friday: TBD (ESPN or ESPN2) | Saturday (if necessary): ESPN
Beth Mowins, play-by-play
Michele Smith, analyst
Jessica Mendoza, analyst
Holly Rowe, sideline
Mobile: ESPN App
Live stats:
Twitter Updates: @OleMissSoftball

– All-session passes for the Los Angeles Super Regional will be available starting at 12 p.m.… Read more...

Ole Miss Softball Heading to Super Regional at UCLA

NCAA Super Regional Info: No. 12 Ole Miss at No. 5 UCLA
Rebels Start Three-Game Super Regional Series Thursday at 8 p.m. CT/6 p.m. PT

Interactive Bracket | Ticket Info

OXFORD, Miss. – This weekend’s NCAA Super Regional between No. 12 Ole Miss and No. 5 UCLA will be featured as one of the nation’s marquee matchups, with all three games set for a national TV audience on the ESPN Networks.

The three-game series gets underway Thursday night in Los Angeles at 8 p.m. CT/6 p.m. PT on ESPN. Friday’s game two is also set for 8 p.m. CT/6 p.m. PT, and will air on ESPNU, while the if necessary game on Saturday is slated for a 6 p.m.… Read more...

Ole Miss Baseball Begins SEC Tournament Play Tuesday

Rebels Face No. 20 Auburn for Fourth Straight Game

Matchup: No. 9 seed Ole Miss (32-24, 14-16 SEC) vs. No. 8 seed Auburn (34-22, 16-14 SEC)
Date: May 23 2017
Location: Hoover, Ala.
Venue: Hoover Met
Capacity: 10,500
Television: SEC Network
Tom Hart, play-by-play
Kyle Peterson, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Ole Miss leads 85-84-1
Last Series: May 18-20, 2017
Auburn won two of three games
Auburn, Ala.

– Ole Miss is playing its fourth straight game against Auburn.
– The Rebels are facing the Tigers in the SEC Tournament for the first time since May 28, 2010, a 10-7 win in 10 innings; Ole Miss is 1-2 all-time in the conference tournament against Auburn.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Haynes Makes Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List

One of 42 Top Defensive Players up for Annual Award

2017 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss senior defensive end Marquis Haynes has been selected to the watch list for the 2017 Lott IMPACT Trophy, the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation recently announced.

Haynes is one of 42 of the nation’s top defensive players on the watch list, including 17 linebackers, 14 defensive linemen, and 11 defensive backs. To date, the Lott IMPACT Trophy has donated more than $1.3 million for various charities throughout the country, including more than $500,000 to universities.

The winner of the 14th annual Lott IMPACT Trophy will be announced at a banquet Dec.… Read more...

Baseball Travels to No. 23 Auburn for Final SEC Series

Rebels and Tigers Battle with SEC Tournament Seeding on the Line

Complete Notes 

Matchup: (RV) Ole Miss (31-22, 13-14 SEC) at #23 Auburn (32-21, 14-13 SEC)
Dates: May 18-20, 2017
Location: Auburn, Ala.
Venue: Plainsman Park
Capacity: 4,096
Television: SECN+
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Ole Miss leads 84-82-1
Last Game: April 22-24, 2016
Ole Miss won all three games
Oxford, Miss.

– Ole Miss is coming off a 5-0 midweek setback to Arkansas State.
– The Rebels are finishing the 2017 regular season with four road games in a span of fives days.… Read more...

No. 13 Ole Miss Hosts NCAA Oxford Regional This Weekend

Ole Miss Softball – Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics @olemisspix

First Game Set for 6 p.m. Friday; Rebels’ First Game vs. Southern Illinois at 8:30 p.m. Friday Night

Ole Miss Notes – NCAA Oxford Regional | Tournament Central Page

Teams:No. 13 Ole Miss (40-18, 10-14 SEC), No. 22 Arizona State (30-20, 9-15 Pac-12), North Carolina (38-19, 14-9 ACC), Southern Illinois (33-22, 17-8 MVC)
Dates: May 19-21, 2017
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Ole Miss Softball Complex
TV: ESPN3 (Friday) | Saturday/Sunday: TBD
Eric Collins, play-by-play
Amanda Scarborough, analyst
**Note: All regional games will be on the ESPN family of networks, but only the Friday network designations are set in place.**
Mobile: ESPN App
Live stats:
Twitter Updates: @OleMissSoftball

– All tickets for the NCAA Oxford Regional are sold out as of 5/15.… Read more...

Baseball Hosts No. 19 Texas A&M on Graduation Weekend

Rebels Face Aggies in Final Home Series of the Regular Season

Matchup: #19 Texas A&M (34-15, 14-10) at Ole Miss (29-20, 11-13 SEC)
Dates: May 12-14
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Swayze Field
Capacity: 10,323
Television: SECN+ (Fri.)/SEC Network (Sat./Sun.)
Richard Cross/Dave Neal, play-by-play
David Dellucci/Chris Burke, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Texas A&M leads 11-7
Last Series: May 19-21, 2016
Texas A&M won two-of-three
College Station, Texas

Friday, May 12, 6:30 p.m.
» 2,000 Rebel Towel Giveaway
» Friday Night Fireworks presented by Newks

Saturday, May 13, 6:30 p.m.…

Road Rebels Travel to Florida This Weekend

Ole Miss Baseball Set to Battle the No. 5 Gators

Matchup: (RV) Ole Miss (29-17, 11-10 SEC) at #5 Florida (32-13, 13-8 SEC)
Dates: May 5-7
Location: Gainesville, Fla.
Venue: Alfred A. McKethan Stadium
Capacity: 5,500
Television: SECN+ (Fri., Sat.)/SEC Network (Sun.)
Mick Hubert/Mike Morgan, play-by-play
Nick Belmonte/Jay Walker, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Ole Miss leads 48-41
Last Series: March 20-21, 2015
Ole Miss won two-of-three
Oxford, Miss.

– The Rebels are coming off a midweek sweep of ULM, scoring 26 runs over the two games.… Read more...

Rebels Ready to Hear Names Called in the NFL Draft

Rebel All-American TE Evan Engram is looking to have his name called during the NFL Draft this week. Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

NFL Draft is Thursday–Saturday

Ole Miss NFL draft history | Ole Miss draft prospect bios

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss has a long and proud history of developing players for the National Football League, and that reputation has only grown in recent years.

Seven Rebels have been selected in the last three versions of the NFL Draft, and several more are hoping to hear their names called this Thursday–Saturday.

The 2017 NFL Draft gets underway with the first round on Thursday night at 7 p.m.… Read more...

Ole Miss All-American Lockhart Named Hoops Assistant Coach

Junior College Head Coach Returns to Oxford

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss All-American Rahim Lockhart has returned to Oxford to join the Rebel basketball staff as an assistant coach, head coach Andy Kennedy announced Monday.

Lockhart, a standout on the hardwood for the Rebels from 1998-2001, returns to Ole Miss after a successful high school and junior college coaching career. Most recently, Lockhart was the head coach at Jones County (Miss.) Junior College, where he led the Bobcats to a 64-15 record in three seasons and three straight NJCAA Region 23 Tournament appearances.… Read more...

Ole Miss Welcomes Missouri to Town for Military Appreciation Weekend

Rebels and Tigers Meet in Conference Play for Third Time in History


Matchup: Missouri (26-12, 7-8 SEC) at Ole Miss (23-14, 7-8 SEC)
Dates: April 21-23
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Swayze Field
Capacity: 10,323
Television: SECN+
Richard Cross, play-by-play
David Dellucci, play-by-play
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Ole Miss leads 8-6
Last Series: May 1-3, 2015
Missouri won two of three
Columbia, Mo.

» Military Appreciation Weekend

Friday, April 21, 6:30 pm
» 1,000 Replica Ole Miss Digital Camo Hat Giveaway
» 2,000 Rebel Towel Giveaway
» Friday Night Fireworks presented by Newks

Sunday, April 23, 1:30 pm
» Family Catch presented by Chick-fil-A – Families are invited to bring their gloves and take part in a game of catch after the game in the outfield.… Read more...

Rebel Baseball Continues Road Trip, Heads to No. 8 LSU

Rebels and Tigers Renew Rivalry, April 13-15

Matchup: (RV) Ole Miss (21-12, 6-6 SEC) at No. 8 LSU (23-11, 7-5 SEC)
Dates: April 13-15
Location: Baton Rouge, La.
Venue: Alex Box Stadium
Capacity: 10,326
Television: SECN+
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: LSU leads 171-151
Last Series: April 28-30, 2016
Ole Miss won two-of-three games
Oxford, Miss.

– Ole Miss enters the weekend on a five-game winning streak.
– The Rebels continue their road trip of four games, all against ranked teams, in a five-day span.
– Ole Miss knocked off No.…

A Sneak Peek Inside the May/June Issue Coming Soon

The May/June issue of Rebel Nation Magazine™ is in production and will mail out to subscribers later this month and hit stores the week of May 1st. Here’s a taste of what you can expect! Don’t miss it! It’s ALL Ole Miss from Cover to Cover!

Photo by Angie Ledbetter for Rebel Nation Magazine™

Freeze Approach – A Model for College Athletics

By Special Guest Columnist, Mike Biggs of Norman, OK via Jackson, MS  – Ole Miss Class of ‘81

These days, the wide world of sports is often fraught more with controversy and political drama than with events on the field.… Read more...

Ole Miss Baseball Hosts Alabama for SEC Weekend Series

Rebels and Crimson Tide Battle on Grove Bowl Weekend

Matchup: Alabama (14-16, 2-7 SEC) at (RV) Ole Miss (17-12, 3-6 SEC)
Dates: April 7-9
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Swayze Field
Capacity: 10,323
Television: SECN+ (Fri.)/SEC+ (Sat.)/SEC Network (Sun.)
Richard Cross (Fri./Sat.)/Mike Morgan (Sun.), play-by-play
David Dellucci (Fri./Sat.)/Ben McDonald (Sun.), analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Alabama leads 198-148-2
Last Series: April 15-17, 2016
Alabama won two-of-three
Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Friday, April 7, 6:30 p.m.
» 2,000 Rebel Towel Giveaway
» Friday Night Fireworks presented by Newks

Saturday, April 8, 3 p.m.…

Rebels Set to Face No. 17 Southern Miss in Pearl

In-State Matchup Slated for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Trustmark Park

Matchup: Ole Miss (16-12) vs. No. 17 Southern Miss (24-5)
Date: April 4
Location: Pearl, Miss.
Venue: Trustmark Park
Capacity: 8,480
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Ole Miss leads 72-50
Last Series: April 5, April 13, 2016
Series split 1-1
Final: 6-2 Ole Miss, Pearl, Miss.
Final: 5-1 Southern Miss, Oxford, Miss.

– Ole Miss is 9-6 versus ranked teams this year.
– Trustmark Park is one of four professional baseball ballparks that the Rebels have or will play in this season; Trustmark Park is home to the Mississippi Braves, Double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.… Read more...

Rebel Athleticism Shines on Pro Day

Evan Engram – Photo by Petre Thomas

By Dylan Edwards,

All times listed are unofficial. The NFL will release the official results in the near future.

OXFORD, Miss. – A total of 48 scouts from 31 NFL teams converged at the Manning Center on Monday morning to see former Rebel football players put on an athleticism showcase with the hope of bolstering their professional stock.

The four Rebels that worked out at the NFL Combine were all present (Evan Engram, Quincy Adeboyejo, D.J. Jones, Fadol Brown) were joined by nearly 20 other former teammates that didn’t get the opportunity to shine in front of the scouts in Indianapolis.… Read more...

Breeland Speaks, Ole Miss Defense Getting Physical this Spring

Rebels Increase Energy, Physicality on Defense

OXFORD, Miss. – The difficulties of the Ole Miss defense were well-documented in 2016, and this spring the Rebels have been on a mission to improve in all facets of defensive play.

The mission, according to head coach Hugh Freeze, is being accomplished.

“I love the energy of the defense,” Freeze said after Tuesday’s practice. “They’re flying to the football, playing physical. They really bowed their neck. Defensively you’ve got to hold people to field goals (in the red zone). With the offenses in today’s football, they’re going to get down there. You’ve got to hold them to field goals.”

The defense dominated the scripted portion of the Rebels’ red-zone scrimmage on Tuesday.… Read more...

Magnolia State Rivalry Returns to Swayze, National Stage, Beginning Thursday

Ole Miss and Mississippi State Renew Rivalry with Two of Three Games on National Television


Matchup: #19 Ole Miss (16-9, 3-3 SEC) vs. (RV) Mississippi State (16-10, 3-3 SEC)
Dates: March 30-April 1
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Swayze Field
Capacity: 10,323
Television: ESPNU/SEC Network/SECN+
    Richard Cross, play-by-play
    Chris Burke (Thurs., Fri.)/David Dellucci (Sat.), analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
    David Kellum, play-by-play
    Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Mississippi State leads 240-212-5
Last Series: April 1-3, 2016
        MSU won two of three games.
        Starkville, Miss.


Thursday, March 30, 7 p.m.

» 2,000 Rebel Towels Giveaway

Friday, March 31, 6:30 p.m.…

Patterson Leading an Impressive New Ole Miss Offense in Spring Practice

Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine


Longo liking his talent at quarterback and tight end

For sophomore quarterback Shea Patterson, everything is starting to click.

With eight spring practices in the books, the Ole Miss quarterback is starting to understand just how dangerous he can be in this new Rebel scheme, and that’s making new offensive coordinator Phil Longo happy.

“He’s where I’d want him to be at practice No. 8,” Longo said of Patterson. “He’s a gifted passer, and we all know how mobile he is. We’ve got to do a good job at utilizing both of those things.… Read more...

Baseball Hosts No. 15 Vanderbilt to Begin SEC Play

No. 14 Rebels and No. 15 Commodores Ready for Top-15 Matchup at Swayze Field This Weekend

Matchup: No. 14 Ole Miss (12-5) vs. No. 15 Vanderbilt (12-6)
Dates: March 17-19
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Swayze Field
Capacity: 10,323
Television: SECN+ (Fri./Sat.)/SEC Network (Sun.)
Richard Cross, play-by-play
David Dellucci/Kyle Peterson, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
Eli Savoie/David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Ole Miss leads 63-56-2
Last Game: May 26, 2016
Ole Miss won 12-9
Hoover, Ala. (SEC Tournament)

Alumni Weekend
Friday, March 17, 7 PM
» Special recognition of the 1977 team before the game
» Rebel Towel Giveaway (First 2,000 fans)
» Friday Night Fireworks presented by Newks

Saturday, March 18, 1:30 PM
» Special recognition of the 1972 team and all Ole Miss Baseball alumni prior to the game

Sunday, March 19, 3 PM


» Baseball Card Pack (1 of 5) Giveaway (First 1,000 fans)
» Meet the Rebels Poster Giveaway
» Kids Run the Bases Presented by Belles and Beaus.… Read more...

Tickets on Sale for BancorpSouth Rebel Road Trip

OXFORD, Miss. – Dallas and Nashville headline the 2017 BancorpSouth Rebel Road Trip, Ole Miss’ sixth annual tour of the state and surrounding areas. Tickets are now on sale at

Headlined by Ole Miss head football coach Hugh Freeze and athletics director Ross Bjork, the BancorpSouth Rebel Road Trip (#RRT17) will feature 11 fan meetings across the region beginning Sunday, April 23 in Nashville. Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter and other Rebel coaches will also speak at select stops.

This year’s caravan reaches three states and two new destinations with Laurel and Olive Branch. Other stops from April 23-28 include Greenville, Corinth, Pascagoula, Tupelo and Oxford.… Read more...

Saiz Earns First Team All-SEC Honors

Senior Leads SEC In Rebounding

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss senior forward Sebastian Saiz has been named to the All-SEC first team by the league’s coaches, the conference office announced Tuesday.

The 2017 C Spire Howell Trophy winner, as the best men’s collegiate player in Mississippi, is the 16th All-SEC honoree under head coach Andy Kennedy, which is the third most in the league over the last 11 years trailing only Kentucky and Florida. Saiz is also the first Ole Miss big man to earn first team All-SEC honors since Justin Reed in 2004.

A native of Madrid Spain, Saiz leads the SEC, and ranks seventh in the nation, in rebounding this season pulling down 10.9 boards a game.… Read more...

Tickets Available for Chucky Mullins Award Ceremony

Former Award Winner Alundis Brice to Speak at Annual Breakfast on April 8

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss Athletics will host a breakfast and ceremony for the 28th annual Chucky Mullins Courage Award, presented by the M-Club, on Saturday, April 8 at the Manning Center’s Grill at 1810.

Breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m. CT, followed by the ceremony that includes featured former winner Alundis Brice. The annual Regions Bank Grove Bowl will be held at 11 a.m. that day at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, marking the culmination of Ole Miss spring football practice. Admission is free to the game.

A limited number of tickets are available for fans to attend the Chucky Mullins Courage Award breakfast.… Read more...

Rebels Installing New Systems in the Beginning Stages of Spring Practice

Longo’s Offense will be Installed by Practice Four

By Dylan Edwards,

OXFORD, Miss. – Spring practice for Ole Miss this season has a bit more significance than other years. It gives the new coordinators Phil Longo and Wesley McGriff an early opportunity to implement their systems.

For the offense in particular, the players have the weighty task of digesting an entire system within the first four days of spring ball.

“They have new terminology,” Longo said. “They have new formations and new plays. Everything is Greek to them right now. They did a good job in the month that we had to prepare.”

Obviously at this point so early in with that new system, there are some growing pains.… Read more...

Ole Miss Begins Spring Football Practice


QB Shea Patterson – Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine

Rebels Hit the Field for Spring Drills on Tuesday

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss hit the practice fields to officially open 2017 spring football drills on Tuesday.
The team will train throughout the month of March and into early April, culminating with the annual Grove Bowl on Saturday, April 8.

Head coach Hugh Freeze addressed the media prior to Tuesday’s practice (see video above).

Among the top things to look for this spring are the return of senior running back Jordan Wilkins and sophomore running back Eric Swinney to help bolster the Rebels’ rushing attack, senior defensive end Marquis Haynes leading the way for the defense, and sophomore Shea Patterson taking his next steps as the Rebels’ signal caller.… Read more...

Baseball Sets Season Tickets Record

Ole Miss Baseball has more than 6,000 Season Ticket Holders Heading into the 2017 Season

OXFORD, Miss. – Rebel Nation is ready for the 2017 Ole Miss Baseball season after breaking a school record for season tickets sold. With three days remaining until the opening game, Ole Miss Baseball season ticket holders have grown to more than 6,000 and counting, snapping the mark of 5,877 last season.

“This new season tickets record truly shows that we have the best fans in college baseball,” said Ole Miss head coach Mike Bianco. “More than 6,000 members of Rebel Nation are dedicated to Ole Miss Baseball.… Read more...

Mike Bianco Season-Opening Press Conference

Photo by Angie Ledbetter, Rebel Nation Magazine

Ole Miss Head Coach Addressed the Media Monday Afternoon

Ole Miss head baseball coach Mike Bianco addressed reporters Monday afternoon as part of the Rebels’ official Media Day. Ole Miss Baseball begins the season this Friday, Feb. 17, at 4 p.m. versus No. 6 East Carolina at Swayze Field.
Opening Statement …

“Thank you Adam, I appreciate it. Many of you know Adam our sports information director, he does a great job. We’ve had several over the years and he’s certainly been the best we’ve ever had. He’s an ace, and we’re thankful for him.… Read more...

Blackman and Bortles Named Preseason All-SEC

Colby Bortles

Tate Blackman

Conference Coaches Voted Ole Miss Infielders to Second Team

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – With opening day for the 2017 Ole Miss baseball season just eight days away, infielders Tate Blackman and Colby Bortles were named Preseason All-SEC by the conference coaches. The two Rebels were selected to the preseason all-conference second team, the league office announced Thursday afternoon.

A pair of team captains, Blackman and Bortles have been mentioned as players to watch during the 2017 season. Bortles was named a Preseason All-American by Collegiate Baseball, while ranked the senior as the No. 12 third baseman in the country.… Read more...

Hugh Freeze Signing Day Press Conference Transcript

Freeze on the 2017 Ole Miss Football Signing Class

Ole Miss Football Head Coach Hugh Freeze met with the media on Wednesday to announce the Rebels’ 2017 signing class.

Opening statement…
“Like anyone who stands up here, you talk about how great your classes are and how good you feel about them. I probably feel great about this class for several different reasons, one of which is that these young men chose to come to our great University and our program amid extreme pressure, amid extreme rhetoric that they’ve had to hear – some true, some not true. And yet, they and their families found this place to be the best fit for them under those circumstances, and for that, I’ll always be indebted to this group.… Read more...

Ole Miss Football Welcomes 2017 Signing Class

Hugh Freeze addressing the media today to discuss the 2017 Signing Class – Photo by Angie Ledbetter for Rebel Nation Magazine

Five All-Americans, 10 Four-Star Prospects among 21-Man Class

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss Football addressed critical need areas and came away from National Signing Day with a haul of 21 new student-athletes who will bolster the team’s chances for success, both on and off the field.

Hugh Freeze and his Rebel staff focused much of their energy on the defensive side of the ball, garnering the signatures of 14 players who look to immediately help return the Landshark defense to its former glory.… Read more...

Mellinger’s Next Mission: Rebels Welcome New Assistant Coach

Photo courtesy Ole Miss Athletics

By Jackie Servais, Ole Miss Athletics Communications 

While Tori Mellinger may have a new title, in a new city, surrounded by new people, one thing that remains the same is the game to which she has dedicated her entire life.

Mellinger recently joined the Rebels from Arkansas State, where she spent the past two years as a graduate assistant while earning a master’s degree in sports administration. The Texas native and former Texas A&M Aggie learned her senior year what an honor it is to be able to play volleyball in the Southeastern Conference, but now she has been given the opportunity to view it from the front office.… Read more...

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STOREY WAS THE STORY: Ole Miss vs. Notre Dame 1977

James Storey scores on a 9-yard pass from Bobby Garner just before the end of the first half to give Ole Miss a 10-7 lead en route to a 20-13 upset of Notre Dame in Jackson – Ole Miss File Photo

The Ripley Native Helped Lift Ole Miss to One of Its Biggest Victories in Program History

By Jeff Roberson
As published in the July/August 2016 Football Preview
Photos courtesy Ole Miss Athletics

Back in the fall of 1977, almost four decades ago now, Ole Miss beat Notre Dame 20-13 in football. The headliner was in Jackson, Miss., because that was back in the era when Ole Miss played most of its biggest games away from campus, either in the capital city or nearby Memphis, Tenn.… Read more...

Ole Miss Hires Jacob Peeler as Wide Receivers Coach

Mississippi Native Spent Last Four Years on Staff at Cal

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss turned to a Mississippi native and fast-rising star in the coaching profession to complete its staff with the hiring of Jacob Peeler as wide receivers coach, head coach Hugh Freeze announced Wednesday.

A dynamic on-field coach and top recruiter, Peeler served the last four seasons on the staff at Cal. He was a graduate assistant in 2013-14 before being promoted to assistant coach for inside receivers in 2015.

The Kosciusko native helped turn Cal’s offense into one of the nation’s best, as the Golden Bears ranked top 10 in passing offense, top 15 in total offense and top 25 in scoring offense for three straight seasons.… Read more...

Rebel Baseball Ranked No. 8 in Preseason Poll

Perfect Game Gives Ole Miss Baseball Highest Preseason Ranking since 2009

OXFORD, Miss. – Coming off a 43-win season in 2016 and hauling in the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class, expectations are high for the Ole Miss baseball team this season. Perfect Game ranked the Rebels No. 8 in its national preseason poll, released Wednesday morning.

Ole Miss is one of five SEC schools ranked in Perfect Game’s Top 25. The No. 8 ranking is the Rebels’ highest preseason position since 2009 when Baseball America ranked Ole Miss sixth heading into the season.

Despite six players getting selected in the 2016 MLB Draft, the Rebels return five starters in their everyday lineup led by senior and Preseason All-American Colby Bortles.… Read more...

A Letter to Rebel Nation from Senior Allison Wiesz (Ole Miss Rifle)

Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics.

A Hidden Honor: Thank You to Rebel Nation

By Alison Wiesz, senior

During the first year of college almost every freshman wonders if they chose the right school, if they will be challenged as an individual or if their sport is allowing them to compete at the level they hoped it would. I won’t lie to you, I had a bit of that.

I had success before arriving at Ole Miss and I believe this caused me to question if I had gone to a different school, would it have made a difference in my shooting.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Wunderlich Crowned NCAA Statistical Champion

©2016 Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine.

Rebels’ Junior Kicker Led Country in Field Goal Percentage

OXFORD, Miss. – With the conclusion of the NCAA Division I football season on Monday, the season statistics became final and Ole Miss junior kicker Gary Wunderlich finished atop the country in field goal percentage.

Wunderlich is the 21st individual statistical champion in Ole Miss history and the first since Tyler Campbell led the nation in punting average in 2010. Wunderlich is the first Rebel to lead the country in field goal percentage.

A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Wunderlich made 22 of 23 field goals for a school-record 95.7 percent success rate, besting Georgia Southern’s Younghoe Koo (19 of 20, 95.0 percent) and 106 other qualified kickers.… Read more...

Ole Miss Hauls in Football Postseason Honors

Chad Kelly’s 41-yard Touchdown run put the Rebels up 45-0 in the 3rd quarter. Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Evan Engram Leads Way as Program’s 58th First Team All-America Pick

OXFORD, Miss. – Led by All-American tight end Evan Engram, Ole Miss players hauled in numerous postseason accolades in 2016.

Engram became the 58th first team All-America selection in program history, earning that status from the Associated Press, Sporting News, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, CBS Sports, and SB Nation. The Powder Springs, Georgia, native also won the Ozzie Newsome Award (nation’s best tight end), Pop Warner College Football Award (excellence on the field and in the community) and C Spire Conerly Trophy (best player in Mississippi).… Read more...

Ole Miss Hires Tray Scott as Defensive Line Coach

Rising Star Spent Last Two Seasons as D-Line Coach at North Carolina

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss turned to a rising star in the college coaching ranks to mentor its defensive line, as head coach Hugh Freeze announced the hire of Tray Scott as assistant coach Sunday.

Scott, who spent one season on Freeze’s Ole Miss staff, will return to Oxford after serving the last two years as defensive line coach at North Carolina.

“We knew we had a star on our staff when Tray was with us as a graduate assistant, and we are thrilled to welcome him back,” Freeze said.… Read more...

The Right Choice for Evan Engram

©2016 Rebel Nation Magazine – Photo by Greg Pevey

Passing on the 2016 NFL Draft paid huge dividends for Engram and the Rebels

By Parrish Alford – Daily Journal
As published in the November/December Issue of Rebel Nation Magazine™
Photos by Greg Pevey

Evan Engram announced his presence when he twisted his upper body to make a catch over the middle at Vanderbilt three years ago.

There were many in the Ole Miss signing class of 2013 that didn’t need to announce their presence. Their reputations arrived ahead of them, guys like Robert Nkemdiche, Laquon Treadwell, and Laremy Tunsil.

Engram was a three-star signee from Powder Springs, Georgia, attracting attention from the service academics, the MAC and some FCS schools, but there was scant notice from SEC schools or other FBS programs.… Read more...

Bortles Named a Preseason All-American

Third Baseman Lands on Collegiate Baseball’s Preseason All-America Third Team

TUCSON, Ariz. – Ole Miss third baseman Colby Bortles was named a third team Preseason All-American by Collegiate Baseball, the publication announced Monday. One of two seniors on the 2017 Rebel baseball team, Bortles earned a preseason All-American honor for the first time in his career.

Entering the final year of his Ole Miss career, Bortles will be a team captain for the second consecutive season. From playing in 40 games and earning a start in the 2014 College World Series as a freshman to starting all 62 games last year, he has made his mark on the program.… Read more...

IT’S OFFICIAL: Ole Miss Announces New Offensive and Defensive Coordinators

Phil Longo from Sam Houston State as OC, Wesley McGriff from Auburn as DC

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze announced on Friday the new leaders of the Rebels’ offense and defense in offensive coordinator Phil Longo and defensive coordinator Wesley McGriff.

Longo will arrive in Oxford after directing the nation’s best FCS offense at Sam Houston State.

“We explored every name for this position, but Phil has been on my radar for a long time and it was clear that he is the man that can take our offense from good to great,” Freeze said. “Over the past three years, he has authored one of the most prolific and innovative offenses in all divisions of college football.… Read more...

Ole Miss Bolsters Defense on Wednesday

Defensive End Marquis Haynes will return for the 2017 season.

Marquis Haynes Announces Return, Junior College Players Sign

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss got a big boost to its 2017 defense on Wednesday when standout defensive end Marquis Haynes announced he would return for his senior year and the Rebels added three junior college defensive signees on the first day of the mid-year signing period.

“After talking with my parents and coach Freeze, it’s best that I return to school and play my senior season as an Ole Miss Rebel,” Haynes tweeted.

A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Haynes will enter his senior season with 24.5 sacks and 36.5 TFLs, top four in school history in both categories.… Read more...

Raven Sanders to Receive Bowerman Award Friday Night

Ole Miss Track at the Vanderbilt Invitational on January 30, 2016 in Nashville, TN.
Photo by Ellen O’Nan/Ole Miss Athletics

Ole Miss Thrower Raven Saunders a Finalist for College Track & Field’s Highest Honor

OXFORD, Miss. – It’s been a long wait, but the Bowerman Award ceremony recognizing the best college track & field man and woman of 2016 is almost here.

Raven Saunders had a sophomore season to remember in her first year as an Ole Miss Rebel, and she is one of three female finalists for the Bowerman, along with Texas sprinter Courtney Okolo and Georgia jumper Keturah Orji.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Engram Makes More All-America First Teams

Evan Engram’s first TD of the season. – Photo by Angie Ledbetter, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Engram’s Second Straight Day with a First Team All-America Nod

2016 USA Today Sports All-America Teams

2016 SI All-America Teams

OXFORD, Miss. – For the second straight day, Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram has been included on an All-America first team, this time by both USA Today Sports and Sports Illustrated on Thursday.

Engram is the 58th first team All-American in Ole Miss football history.

Solidifying himself as one of the best tight ends in the country, the postseason accolades have piled up for the senior.… Read more...

Three Rebels Named AP All-SEC

Chad Kelly’s 41-yard Touchdown run put the Rebels up 45-0 in the 3rd quarter. Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Engram Makes First Team; Kelly, Wunderlich Second Team

2016 AP All-SEC Teams

OXFORD, Miss. – The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference teams released Thursday included the exact same Ole Miss players and positions as Tuesday’s All-SEC coaches teams.

Evan Engram was a unanimous selection as the first team tight end, while quarterback Chad Kelly and kicker Gary Wunderlich were voted to the second team.

Engram, from Powder Springs, Georgia, is the first player in Ole Miss football history to be named All-SEC four times.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Engram Wins Pop Warner College Football Award

Honored for Excellence on the Field, in the Classroom and in the Community

ORLANDO, Fla. – Evan Engram, the all-time Ole Miss leader in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches by a tight end and two-time SEC Community Service Team member, has been named the winner of the 2016 Pop Warner Little Scholars College Football Award. The award was presented during the 60th Annual Pop Warner Super Bowl at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports complex on Thursday.

The award, established in 2010, recognizes a senior who has made a difference on the field, in the classroom and in his community, all attributes Pop Warner emphasizes with its young scholar athletes.… Read more...

Engram Earns First Team All-America Accolades

Ole Miss Tight End Becomes the 58th First Team All-American in School History   OXFORD, Miss. – The award-winning week continued for Ole Miss senior Evan Engram as he was named a first team All-America selection by Sporting News, the publication announced Wednesday afternoon. With the distinction, Engram becomes the 58th first team All-American in Ole Miss football history.   Solidifying himself as one of the best tight ends in the country, the postseason accolades have piled up for the senior. On Tuesday, the team captain was tabbed a first team All-SEC selection by the conference’s coaches to become the first Rebel in school history to earn all-conference honors all four years of his collegiate career.… Read more...

Honors Keep Rolling In for Evan Engram: SEC Community Service Team

Evan Engram takes it in for six vs. Alabama. Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Engram Makes SEC Community Service Team for Second Time

Senior Tight End Regularly Spends Time with Special Needs Children and Adults

OXFORD, Miss. – Not only is Evan Engram the best college football player in Mississippi, he’s also a role model and tireless volunteer in his community.

For the second straight year, Engram has been recognized as a member of the Southeastern Conference Football Community Service Team for his exemplary efforts off the field.

The Ole Miss senior, who leads all tight ends nationally with 5.9 catches per game and 84.2 receiving yards per outing this season, has also shown a special passion for physically and mentally handicapped people during his time in Oxford.… Read more...


Ole Miss will host 2017 Regions Bank Grove Bowl festivities on April 8 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

Game time is set for 11 a.m. CT, and admission is free. It will also be aired live on SEC Network.

During the Grove Bowl, Ole Miss will officially unveil the new Jake Gibbs Letterwinner Walk, which will permanently display the names of every letterwinner in a varsity sport in Ole Miss Athletics history, just outside the north end zone of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

The Rebel baseball team hosts Alabama that weekend, including a 4 p.m. first pitch on that Saturday. For information on baseball season tickets, click here.… Read more...

Ole Miss Women’s Basketball Lands One of Nation’s Top Recruiting Classes

Coach Matt Insell – Photo by Josh McCoy, Ole Miss Athletics

Rebels add Banks, Nixon, Reid and Taylor who will don the Red & Blue in 2017-18 

OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss women’s basketball team had four players ink National Letters of Intent on the first day of the NCAA early signing period on Wednesday. Day’Neisha Banks (Jacksonville, Fla./Ribault HS), Chyna Nixon (Philadelphia, Pa./Neumann Goretti), Milicia “Mimi” Reid (Bronx, NY/The Patrick School) and Promise Taylor (Issaquah, Wash./Sammamish HS) will all join the Ole Miss women’s basketball family for the 2017-18 season. Ole Miss’ class ranks as high as No. 11 nationally according to BlueStar Media and includes three top 100 players nationally.… Read more...

Ole Miss Hoops Inks Star-Packed Class

Ole Miss Coach Andy Kennedy – Photo by Angie Ledbetter

Three High School Standouts Sign with Rebels for 2017-18

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss basketball head coach Andy Kennedy announced the signing of three high school standouts, including a top-100 recruit, to national letters of intent Wednesday.

Jamarko Pickett, Devontae Shuler and Parker Stewart all signed national letters of intent to join the Rebels for the 2017-2018 academic year. The trio has the highest average player rating in school history according to 247 Sports.

“We are very excited about these three young men joining our program,” said Kennedy, the winningest coach in Ole Miss history.… Read more...

What they are saying about Evan Engram


“It used to be Laquon Treadwell, now the explosive player on this offense is Evan Engram. You saw it against Florida State, where he went over 100, you saw it against Alabama, where he went over 100.”
– David Pollack, ESPN analyst | October 11, 2016

“I am really impressed with their offensive skill positions. They have great length at the wide receiver position. The tight end, Evan Engram, is a special talent and they do a lot of different things with him.”
– Memphis Head Coach Mike Norvell | September 26, 2016

“As good of a tight end as there is in the country … He’s a mismatch whoever you put against him.”
– Kirk Herbstreit, ESPN analyst | September 24, 2016

“Best tight end in the country, Evan Engram.”
– Greg McElroy, ESPN analyst | September 24, 2016

“He’s talented.…

THE OXFORD BOOM! – Can the City Keep Its “Small Town” Charm?

The Courthouse on the Square.

By Collin Brister,
Featured Writer
– As published in the Sept/Oct. 2016 Issue of Rebel Nation Magazine™
Photos by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Oxford, for good or bad, isn’t what it once was. It never will be again. This cozy town filled with William Faulkner’s house, the historic square and one of the most beautiful universities in the nation has changed over the past 20 years. It’s changed over the past ten years. It’s changed over the past one.

Take a drive down Jackson Avenue on a Thursday during football season for a home game.… Read more...

Coach Derrick Nix Is A Survivor

With the help of his brother, Coach Derrick Nix is still in the Game

Contributing Writer
Photos by Josh McCoy, Ole Miss Athletics
(As published in the Sept/Oct 2016 issue of Rebel Nation Magazine™)

Derrick Nix was going to play football in the NFL until he didn’t. Derrick Nix was going to be a high NFL draft pick until he wasn’t.

Nix, now the running backs coach at Ole Miss heading into his ninth season in Oxford, spent his college years at Southern Mississippi,

“It was a great time. I got an opportunity to play with a lot of great players there.… Read more...

Who Is Ole Miss’ True Rival?

Tigers star running back Leonard Fournette had a decent day with 108 yards rushing on 25 carries, but his presence was mostly neutralized after LSU fell into an early hole and had to throw to try to score points quickly. Photo by Angie Ledbetter, Rebel Nation Magazine™

A rivalry that dates back to 1894, the Ole Miss vs. LSU match-up has always BEEN THE BIGGEST GAME OF THE SEASON

By Acey Roberts,
Contributing Writer
(As published in the current Sept/Oct issue)

Today’s college football fans are certainly spoiled. There are usually more bowl games than eligible teams; there are more televised games than you could watch and every game is a “rivalry” game.… Read more...

PICK 6 Q&A: Steven Godfrey (As published in the Sept/Oct Issue)

Senior Reporter for SB Nation and a graduate of Ole Miss

As published in the September/October 2016 Issue: We caught up with Steven Godfrey this summer and asked him a few questions about Ole Miss and College football in general. Here are a few of his thoughts.

RN: Coming off a year where he tied or broke 17 Ole Miss quarterback records (in his first year as a college starter and starting in the SEC for that matter), does Chad Kelly have a legitimate shot at winning the Heisman Trophy in 2015. Does Ole Miss have to go 4-0 to start the season for him to be a real contender?… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Kris Mangum Named to 2016 SEC Football Legend Class

All-American Tight End in 1996

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Former Ole Miss All-American tight end Kris Mangum is one of 14 members of the 2016 Southeastern Conference Football Legends class, a collection of former football standouts who will be honored at events surrounding the SEC Football Championship Game in Atlanta in December.

The 2016 Football Legends Class includes 14 former stars who excelled on the gridiron and helped write the rich history of the sport at their respective institutions.  This year’s class includes a Heisman Trophy winner, All-Americans, All-SEC selections and Academic All-Americans as well as NCAA and SEC record holders.  The group represents teams that won National and SEC Championships and are represented in state, school and college football halls of fame.… Read more...

REBEL NATION RECAP-GEORGIA: What would Lewis have thought?

By Jeff Roberson
Featured Columnist

OXFORD – Back when he was still very much alive, Georgia Bulldog fan Lewis Grizzard made several trips to Oxford for Ole Miss-Georgia football games. A few times he had a book signing at Square Books or performance on stage somewhere in town to bring his unique southern brand of humor, entertainment, and good will to those in attendance.

I recall being upstairs in Square Books during one of those signings. He had it outside on the balcony, probably wanting to take it all in from high above. It was memorable, as were all times when Grizzard showed up.… Read more...

2017 Ole Miss Football Schedule Released

Freshman WR – D.K. Metcalf; Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

OXFORD, Miss. — The 2017 Ole Miss football schedule was unveiled Tuesday night as the Southeastern Conference announced next year’s full league slate on SEC Network.

The Rebels open the season with back-to-back home games, facing South Alabama (Sept. 2) before hosting UT Martin (Sept. 9).  Ole Miss will play seven games at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for the 11th consecutive year since the regular season expanded from 11 games to 12.

Three straight road games, along with a bye week, will keep Ole Miss away from Oxford for four weeks.… Read more...


Photo Courtesy Ole Miss Athletics

Contributing Writer – The Oxford Citizen

As published in the May/June 2016 Issue of Rebel Nation Magazine™

There was a time when money didn’t flow like a river at Ole Miss. Pete Boone, the athletics director during two different tenures, knows that as well as anyone. If he wanted to get something built, he had to raise all the money for the project first. That was a rule Chancellor Robert Khayat wanted him to follow.

“There was no money during those 15 years, with a four-year break in between,” Boone said.… Read more...


Vaught-Hemingway Stadium – Photo by Josh McCoy, Ole Miss Athletics


As published in the July/August 2016 Football Preview of Rebel Nation Magazine™

There will be a noticeable difference at VHS this season, besides the expansion of the North Endzone, Ole Miss football will be returning to a natural grass playing surface for the 2016 season.

The stadium’s surface made the transition from grass to artificial turf in 2003 when a deal was signed with AstroPlay. The school switched to FieldTurf in 2009.

“It’s the right thing to do for our program on many levels,” Bjork said.… Read more...

Rebels Make Madison Manning Coach for a Day (w/ Video)

Manning is Battling Cystic Fibrosis 

By Dylan Edwards,

OXFORD, Miss. – Before Ole Miss could get started with practice on Aug. 13, the Rebels’ guest coach for the day, Madison Manning, made two important decisions: practice would be indoors and without pads.

“The team immediately took a liking to Coach Manning,” Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze said.

Each year, Freeze makes a trip to Batson’s Children Hospital in Jackson, Mississippi, to visit with the patients. Typically, the Ole Miss fans gather in the reception area to meet with the Rebels’ head coach. During his most recent trip in July, the first person Freeze met was life-long Rebel fan Madison Manning.… Read more...

Ole Miss Football Documentary Living Water Debuts (Video)

Video Documents the Rebels’ Spring Trip to Haiti

In March, select members of the Ole Miss football program and support staff gave up their spring break for the third year in a row to serve others by doing mission work in Camp Marie, Haiti.

A 28-person group representing Ole Miss made the return trip to Camp Marie to help provide valuable irrigation to the crops of Haitian farmers. In previous trips, the Rebels helped dig a well to provide clean water for the same village.

Head Coach Hugh Freeze emphasized the value this trip has not only for those he’s serving, but also the Ole Miss players and staff.… Read more...

Preseason Football Report 08.16: Ole Miss Hosts Crash Victims’ Children

Photo by Yancy Porter, Ole Miss Spirit

Several Oxford Children Who Lost Parents Join Rebels at Practice

OXFORD, Miss. – Football, in the grand scheme of life, is just a game. It becomes more apparent when a tragedy befalls a community like Oxford experienced this week. However, it also highlights what makes football and sports so great: they provide a temporary escape for those that desperately need them.

The Rebel football team had several special guests on Tuesday in an attempt to provide that escape, as brief as it may be. Some of the Oxford children who lost their parents in theSunday morning plane crash were at the Rebels’ practice.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Chad Kelly Tabbed to Manning Award Watch List

Mississippi quarterback Chad Kelly (10) passes against the defense of New Mexico State defensive lineman Kourtland Busby (90) and defensive end Jassavia Reese (8) in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Oxford, Miss., Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

One of Four 2015 Finalists to Make 2016 Watch List

2016 Manning Award Watch List

NEW ORLEANS – Ole Miss senior quarterback Chad Kelly found himself on yet another preseason watch list Monday, this time being named one of 30 quarterbacks on the Manning Award watch list.

The Manning Award was created by the Allstate Sugar Bowl in honor of the college football accomplishments of Archie, Peyton and Eli Manning.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Raven Saunders Makes U.S. Olympic Team in Shot Put

Ole Miss Track and Field at the 2016 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Birmingham Crossplex in Birmingham, AL.
Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics

Sensational Sophomore Season Continues for Saunders

FEATURE: Inside the Life of Saunders

EUGENE, Ore. – It’s been her goal all year long, and on a rainy Thursday night at Hayward Field, Raven Saunders accomplished it. The Ole Miss sophomore thrower won a silver medal in the women’s shot put at the U.S. Olympic Trials, punching her ticket to the Rio Olympics as a member of Team USA.

Saunders, who turned 20 years old in May, makes her first Olympic team in her first attempt.… Read more...

Bruce and Trenia Reynolds get Special Tour of VHS from Ross Bjork

Bruce and Trenia Reynolds – Photo courtesy Bruce Reymolds

I wanted to share this brief story with all of you. I’ve known Bruce and Trenia Reynolds my whole life. They are GREAT Rebels and I’m also proud of Ross Bjork for doing this for them! #HottyToddy! This is one reason why Ole Miss has the BEST A.D. in the Country! #WAOM

From Trenia:
Today I was treated to a personal tour of the Ole Miss athletic facilities by Athletic Director Ross Bjork. The highlight of the tour was a trip through the team tunnel from the Manning Center to Hemingway Stadium.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Raven Saunders Selected Bowerman Award Finalist

Ole Miss Track and Field at the 2016 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Birmingham Crossplex in Birmingham, AL.
Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics

One of Three Women’s Finalists for Top Award in College Track & Field

NEW ORLEANS – The names of past Bowerman Award finalists represent the most elite recent track & field athletes in not only U.S. colleges, but the world. Ole Miss sophomore Raven Saunders can now count herself among that select company.

On Thursday, Saunders was selected as one of three women’s finalists for the Bowerman Award by the Bowerman Advisory Board.… Read more...


Artist rendering of the Lloyd Bell Tower.

Lloyd Family Supports Construction with Additional Gift

Ole Miss football fans are accustomed to the cacophony of sounds in the Grove on game day – the chatter of classmates reuniting, the laughter of children playing catch, the rousing horns and drums of the Pride of the South, the cheers as Rebels parade along the Walk of Champions – but in the 2017 season and beyond, one sound will be heard over all others: chimes.

“Our hope is that the bell tower can be seen and its chimes heard from one end of campus to the other,” said Bob Lloyd of Jackson, Mississippi.… Read more...

BancorpSouth Rebel Road Trip Coming to Memphis, Jackson

Fifth-Annual Tour Wraps Up July 18-19

OXFORD, Miss. – Tickets are now on sale for the final two stops of the 2016 BancorpSouth Rebel Road Trip in Memphis and Jackson, Miss. for tickets and full details of each event.

Headlined by Ole Miss head football coach Hugh Freeze, athletics director Ross Bjork and Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter, the fifth-annual caravan wraps up its 12-stop tour of the region with stops at the Memphis Botanic Garden on Monday, July 18 and the Country Club of Jackson on Tuesday, July 19. Both events are set for 5:30 p.m. CT, and food will be served.… Read more...

Rebel Nation Magazine 2016 Ole Miss Football Preview Video Teaser

I’m not a pro at video by any means, but here is a first attempt at making a commercial spot promoting the 2016 Football preview. #FinsUp

*I do not own the rights to this song.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Archie Manning Named 2016 NFF Gold Medal Recipient

Organization Will Present Highest Honor to Manning in December

IRVING, Texas – The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame announced today that Archie Manning has been named the 2016 recipient of the NFF Gold Medal in recognition of his exceptional leadership and unblemished reputation. He will be honored for his achievements and contributions to our nation during the 59th NFF Annual Awards Dinner Dec. 6 at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.

“Archie Manning became an icon as one of the greatest players to ever set foot on the gridiron, and he subsequently used his standing to become one of the game’s greatest ambassadors,” said NFF President & CEO Steve Hatchell.… Read more...

School-Record 13 Rebels Earn All-America Honors

Ole Miss Track and Field at the 2016 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Birmingham Crossplex in Birmingham, AL.
Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics

Six Ole Miss Athletes Tabbed to First Team after NCAA Championships Performances

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss sent 13 athletes to Eugene, Oregon, last week for the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, and all 13 came away with All-America honors as announced Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

The total of 13 All-Americans breaks last year’s previous school record of nine.

The USTFCCCA awards first team All-America status to those athletes who finish 1-8 in their events at the national finals, while those who place 9-16 earn second-team accolades.… Read more...

Robinson and Lartigue Taken on Day Two of MLB Draft

Errol Robinson – Photo by Bobby McDuffie for Rebel Nation Magazine

Dodgers Draft Robinson in Sixth Round; Phillies Select Lartigue with First Pick of the Seventh Round

SECAUCUS, N.J. – During the second day of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft, two more Rebels heard their names called by professional ballclubs. The Los Angeles Dodgers used the 25th pick of the sixth round to select shortstop Errol Robinson, while catcher Henri Lartigue was chosen by the Philadelphia Phillies to begin the seventh round.

Robinson is the highest Ole Miss shortstop drafted since current Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart was taken in the second round of the 2007 draft.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Saunders Wins NCAA Shot Put, Shatters Collegiate Record

Ole Miss Track and Field at the 2016 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Birmingham Crossplex in Birmingham, AL.
Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics

Sophomore Breaks 33-Year-Old Collegiate Women’s Shot Put Mark

Ole Miss Meet Notes 

Eugene, Ore. – Ole Miss sophomore Raven Saunders defended her NCAA outdoor shot put title Thursday, and she did so in the most impressive way.

On her fifth throw from the rain-soaked Hayward Field shot put ring, Saunders launched the 8.8-pound metal ball such that it seemed to stay in the air forever. It flew over the 60-foot mark, then 61 feet, 62 feet, 63 feet.… Read more...

J.B. Woodman Chosen in Second Round of MLB Draft

May 26, 2016: Ole Miss Rebels outfielder J.B. Woodman (12) scores during the Ole Miss versus Vanderbilt Third Round game of the SEC Baseball Tournament at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, Hoover, AL. (Photo by: Bobby McDuffie/Rebel Nation Magazine™

Ole Miss Outfielder Selected 57th Overall by the Toronto Blue Jays

SECAUCUS, N.J. – Ole Miss Baseball All-American outfielder J.B. Woodman heard his name called in the second round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft Thursday night (June 9) on MLB Network. The Toronto Blue Jays selected the junior Rebel with the 16th pick of the round and the draft’s 57th overall.

Woodman is the highest Rebel chosen in the MLB Draft since Drew Pomeranz was taken in the first round back in 2010.… Read more...

Ole Miss-Wofford Football Kickoff Set for 3 PM

Rebels’ Sept. 10 Home Opener Televised by SEC Network

OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss Rebels’ 2016 football home opener against Wofford will kick off at 3 p.m. CT and be televised by the SEC Network, it was announced Tuesday by the Southeastern Conference office and ESPN.

Ole Miss now knows game times for its first three contests of the 2016 season.

Monday, Sept. 5 – Florida State – Orlando, Fla. –
7 p.m. CT – ESPN Saturday, Sept. 10 – Wofford – Oxford, Miss. –
3 p.m. CT – SEC Network Saturday, Sept. 17 – Alabama – Oxford, Miss. – 2:30 p.m.… Read more...

Ole Miss Falls to Utah 6-5 in Extra-Inning Regional Battle

The game’s attendance of 10,166 was the eighth-largest crowd in Swayze Field history. – Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine

Rebels will Play No. 2 Seed Tulane Tomorrow at 1 p.m. CT

Box Score 

Ole Miss Postgame Quotes 

Utah Postgame Quotes 

OXFORD, Miss. – In a back and forth matchup in Ole Miss’ opener to the Oxford Regional, the No. 1 seed Rebels (43-18) were unable to get past No. 4 seed Utah as they fell 6-5 in 10 innings.

Despite Will Golsan and Holt Perdzock both picking up two hits apiece, the Rebels managed seven hits over the 10 frames.… Read more...

NCAA Baseball Oxford Regional – Practice/Media Day Quotes

All four teams participating in the Oxford Regional of the 2016 NCAA Baseball Championship practiced Thursday afternoon at Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field. Quotes from players and coaches following each team’s practice can be found below and are attached.


Head Coach Mike Bianco

On hosting a regional…

“I think it is always a great time of the year to be in the postseason, but certainly to play at home. I think it is a great reward, not only for our players but for our fans alike. I heard yesterday they had already sold 6,700 books, so a lot of people are still excited about baseball still being played in Oxford.”

On facing Utah…

“We’re still studying up and still looking.…

Ole Miss Begins NCAA Regional Against Utah

Complete Notes  | Tournament Central

Teams: #1 Seed Ole Miss (43-17), #2 Seed Tulane (39-19), #3 Seed Boston College (31-20), #4 Seed Utah (25-27)
Dates: June 3-6, 2016
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Swayze Field
Capacity: 10,323
Television: ESPN3/SECN+
Richard Cross, play-by-play
David Dellucci, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series vs. Utah: First Meeting
Series vs. Tulane: Ole Miss leads 84-37-2
Series vs. Boston College: Never Met

Friday, June 3
Game 1: #2 Tulane vs. #3 Boston College, 3:00 p.m.
Game 2: #1 Ole Miss vs.…

BARNEY FARRAR: Getting off the Farm

Ole Miss Football vs Texas A&M on Saturday, October 12th, 2013 in Oxford, MS. – Photo by Josh McCoy – Ole Miss Athletics

By John Davis – Oxford Citizen
Featured Writer – Rebel Nation Magazine™
As published in the July/August 2015 Football Preview

Barney Farrar knew he wanted to be a football coach and use his abilities to help change lives

Barney Farrar knew his way out of Kossuth would be through football. The most inspirational people in his life growing up were always coaches. They were the ones that showed and told him there was a better way of doing things.… Read more...

Updates Announced for Baseball Renovations

Ed and Jan Trehern Make Major Contribution, CDFL Sports will Serve as the Architect

Project Renderings 

OXFORD, Miss. – In February 2016, Ole Miss Athletics announced plans for a $13 million baseball project that will enhance the student-athlete experience as well as the gameday atmosphere for Rebel fans. There will be multiple phases to the renovations with the goal for entire project be completed by the start of the 2018 season. The project will include the construction of a team performance center, dugout club and rooftop plaza on the first base side of the stadium.

Cooke Douglass Farr Lemons Architects (CDFL Sports) has been chosen as the architect for the project.… Read more...

2016 Rebels’ Choice Awards a Success (with Video)

Sixth annual student-athlete award show held in brand new Pavilion at Ole Miss

OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss athletic department celebrated the accomplishments of its student athletes at the 2016 Rebels’ Choice Awards held at The Pavilion at Ole Miss on Monday night. Women’s soccer and football were the big winners as each team took home multiple awards.

The semi-formal event took place at The Pavilion at Ole Miss and was hosted by Richard Cross and for the first time featured football’s Derrick Jones as a co-host and DJ Babi Mac provided music for the event. The event also featured a red carpet for student-athletes and Ole Miss athletic department staff prior to the start of the awards show.… Read more...

Spring Update 04.05: Ole Miss Reloading at Receiver 

WR Coach Grant Heard – Photo by Josh McCoy, Ole Miss Athletics

Depth at the Position a Strength for the Rebels

OXFORD, Miss. – Despite losing all-time receptions leader Laquon Treadwell as well as Cody Core from last season, Ole Miss still has a bevy of depth at the wide receiver position through spring practice and into next season.

“Every year you’re going to lose somebody,” Ole Miss receivers coach Grant Heard said. “I don’t know how much it has really changed my room … I think the guys we have here, we can get the same stuff done.”

Senior Quincy Adeboyejo in particular is stepping into a leadership role among the extremely talented, yet young group.… Read more...

Spring Update 03.29: Rebels Focus on Competition and Depth

Dan Werner – Photo courtesy Ole Miss Athletics

Ole Miss Gaining Experience Throughout the Spring

OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss football team returned to the practice field on Tuesday as it continued to work towards replacing the players that participated in the program’s pro day the day before.

“Our guys have bought into our system,” Ole Miss co-offensive coordinator Dan Werner said. “We’re getting better every day. The young guys, we’ve been harping on them, you guys have to be ready to go. You think we have all spring, all summer, all fall, but it happens fast.”

The Rebel defense has been gaining more confidence with each spring practice, as some new faces that will be counted on this upcoming season are getting more comfortable with their roles in the scheme.… Read more...

Spring Update 03.21: Rebels Getting Valuable Reps as Practice Continues

Spring Practice 2016 Football Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics @olemisspix

Offense shines in first practice after Spring Break

OXFORD, Miss.— The Ole Miss football team hit the field inside the Manning Center Monday afternoon after a week off for the Spring Break holiday.

If you ask head coach Hugh Freeze, the Rebel offense won the first practice back.

“Before we broke for Spring Break it was a dominant practice by the defense, and today it was a dominant practice by the offense,” Freeze said. “I’d love to see some of those 16-play competitions be 9-7 instead of 10-6 or worse in some cases.”

“I felt like it still looked like we were on Spring Break a little bit as far as the conditioning,” he added.… Read more...

Staring Down a Different Opponent

Ole Miss Men’s Tennis vs Texas A&M on March 13, 2016 in Oxford, MS.
Photo by Ellen O’Nan/Ole Miss Athletics

Ole Miss Men’s Tennis Junior Ricardo Jorge Confronts Scoliosis Head on

By Kim Ling,
Associate Athletics Media Relations Director

OXFORD, Miss. — Junior Ole Miss men’s tennis player Ricardo Jorge grew up playing tennis in Portugal and always envisioned playing professionally one day. He was a national champion twice already at the age of 14 when suddenly his life changed.

Ranked No. 1 in Portugal at the time, Jorge was training in Lisbon, nearly three hours away from his hometown of Tavira.… Read more...

Moody Named To AP All-SEC First Team

Photo by Josh McCoy – Ole Miss Athletics – @OleMissPix

Second-Straight Season To Earn First-Team Honors From Media

OXFORD, Miss. – Senior Stefan Moody was named to the All-SEC first team by the Associated Press Monday. It is the second-straight season Moody has earned first-team honors from the league’s media.

Moody, who was also named to the All-SEC first team by the league’s coaches last week, is the first player since Vanderbilt’s John Jenkins in 2011 and 2012 to earn consensus (Associated Press and coaches) first team All-SEC honors in consecutive seasons.

The Kissimmee, Florida native is the first Rebel since Ansu Sesay in 1997 and 1998 to earn back-to-back first-team honors.… Read more...

Moody Earns First Team All-SEC Honors             

Photo –

First Rebel To Earn Back-To-Back First Team Honors Since Ansu Sesay

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss senior guard Stefan Moody has been named to the All-SEC first team by the league’s coaches, the conference office announced Tuesday.

It is the second straight first-team nod for the Kissimmee, Florida native and he is first Rebel since Ansu Sesay in 1997-98 to earn back-to-back first-team honors. The 2016 C Spire Howell Trophy winner, as the best men’s collegiate player in Mississippi, is the 15th All-SEC honoree under head coach Andy Kennedy, which is the third most in the league over the last 10 years trailing only Kentucky and Florida.… Read more...

Ole Miss Football Spring Update – March 7

Issac Gross pressures Bama QB Blake Simms – Photo by Rebel Nation Magazine

Jeremy Liggins at Left Tackle; Issac Gross Healing

OXFORD, Miss. — With spring football practice fully underway, head coach Hugh Freeze’s Rebels took repetitions in full pads for just the second time Monday afternoon. Due to construction, the team was inside the Manning Center for the two-hour practice session.

“It’s very hard, when you don’t have pads, to tell anything,” Freeze said. “We’ve only had pads one day, and that wasSaturday. It was typical spring first day of pads.

The story of the day was the work of, what will be, a new-look offensive line.… Read more...

Ole Miss Coach Hugh Freeze Spring Press Conference Transcript

Coach Hugh Freeze – Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Freeze Met with Media at the Start of 2016 Spring Drills

Opening Statement…

“We are extremely excited about getting year five going here at Ole Miss. I can’t believe it is actually the fifth year already. I was talking to (strength) coach (Paul) Jackson on the practice field the other day, and it has gone by so fast. We are excited about spring ball. With our signing class this year, we are excited to have early enrollees here that come in that we need. We need that depth in certain spots, and we get to look at them.… Read more...

Rebels Hit the Road for First Time This Weekend

Ole Miss Pitcher Wyatt Short / Photo by Angie Ledbetter, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Ole Miss Baseball will Face Three Teams in the Chanticleer Classic, March 4-6

Teams: No. 13 Ole Miss (7-1), No. 18 Coastal Carolina (5-3), Ball State (3-5), Cincinnati (0-7)
Dates: March 4-6, 2016
Location: Conway, S.C.
Venue: Springs Brooks Stadium
Capacity: 2,500
Television: None
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
Eli Savoie, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series vs. Ball State: First Meeting
Series vs. Coastal Carolina: First Meeting
Series vs. Cincinnati: First Meeting

Friday, March 4
Ole Miss vs.…

Throwback Thursday / EVAN ENGRAM: A New Attitude

Evan Engram – Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

As published in the Sept/Oct 2015 Issue
By John Davis – Oxford Citizen
Contributing Writer

It takes a lot for CJ Johnson to be impressed. The Philadelphia native has dealt with his share of injuries, and change during his Ole Miss career. He’s seen a lot, more than most players do, as he gets ready to play his fifth year in Oxford.

So when Johnson praises a teammate for their work ethic, and overall ability, it should be noted. He’s seen a lot of good, and he’s seen a lot of not so good.… Read more...

Ole Miss Football Returning to Haiti over Spring Break

Photo from the Rebels’ 2015 Haiti trip (Christian Russell, Chad Kelly, Hugh Freeze and Jeremy Liggins)

Members of Rebel Team and Staff Back in Haiti for Mission Work for Third Straight Year

OXFORD, Miss. – For the third straight Ole Miss spring break, members of the Rebel football program will spend their precious week off from class, workouts, practice and film sessions doing mission work in Haiti.

A 28-person group will take the trip from Oxford to Camp Marie, Haiti, to continue their work to create a sustainable community for Haitians in need. Now that the village of 10,000 Haitians has access to clean water (which the Ole Miss team helped to start last year), there is a need to further the water into their crop areas.… Read more...

No. 13 Rebels Wrap Up Homestand with Memphis

First Pitch Between Ole Miss (6-1) and Memphis (4-2) set for 3 p.m.

Matchup: Ole Miss (6-1) vs. Memphis (4-2)
Date: March 2, 2016
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Swayze Field
Capacity: 10,323
Television: SEC Network+
Will Kollmeyer, play-by-play
David Dellucci, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
Eli Savoie, play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Ole Miss leads 91-52

Last Series: March 31/April 22, 2015
Series split, 1-1
Memphis, Tenn./Oxford, Miss.

Kids Night! Kids 12 and under get in FREE
$1 Hot Dog Night

– The Rebels enter this week with a 6-1 record after taking two-of-three from No.… Read more...

Ole Miss Hoops Game Notes vs. Mississippi State

Ole Miss (18-11, 8-8 SEC) vs. Mississippi State (13-15, 6-10 SEC)

Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Time: 6:00 p.m. CT
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Arena: The Pavilion at Ole Miss (9,051)
Television: SEC Network
Dave Neal, play-by-play
Daymeon Fishback, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Carter, analyst
Satellite Radio: Sirius 83, XM 190
Live Audio:
Live Video:
Series: MSU leads 142-111
In Oxford: OM leads 81-43
Streak: MSU, W1
Last Meeting: OM, L 77-83 (1/23/16)\

• Ole Miss returns home to host rival Mississippi State Wednesday. The Rebels have won four of the last five meet ings against the Bulldogs.… Read more...

Moody Named C Spire Howell Trophy Finalist

Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Ole Miss Has Won The Award Three Years Straight

OXFORD, Miss. – Senior guard Stefan Moody has been named one of three finalists for the C Spire Howell Trophy the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame announced Monday.

Moody took home the C Spire Howell Trophy last season and an Ole Miss player has won the award each of the last three seasons. Presented to the most outstanding men’s collegiate basketball player in Mississippi, the trophy is named for the great Bailey Howell. The trophy will be presented Monday, March 7, at an 11:30 a.m.… Read more...

Ole Miss’ Shandricka Sessom Gillom Trophy Finalist 

Ole Miss Women’s Basketball vs #6 Tennessee on february 12th, 2015 in Oxford, MS. – Photo by Josh McCoy, Ole Miss Athletics
Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics

Award given annually to best collegiate women’s basketball player in Mississippi

JACKSON, Miss. – Ole Miss sophomore guard Shandricka Sessom (Byhalia. Miss) has been announced as a finalist for the C Spire Gillom Trophy presented annually to the top collegiate women’s basketball player in the state of Mississippi. Mississippi State’s Victoria Vivians and Delta State’s Chelsey Rhodes join Sessom as finalists.

The award is named after former Ole Miss great Peggie Gillom-Granderson. Gillom’s name is etched in the Ole Miss record books as she still stands as Ole Miss’ top scorer and rebounder.… Read more...

No. 21 Ole Miss Takes Series over No. 2 Louisville (Video)

The 4-2 Victory Gave the Rebels Their Third-Straight Winning Series Against a Top-2 Team

OXFORD, Miss. – On a picture-perfect Sunday afternoon at Swayze Field, the No. 21 Ole Miss baseball team claimed the weekend series over No. 2 Louisville with a 4-2 victory in the rubber match. The Rebels (6-1) used a three-run rally, courtesy of four straight hits and a sacrifice fly, in the bottom of the third inning to take the lead and keep it for the remainder of the contest.

The win over the Cardinals (5-2) marks the third straight time Ole Miss has emerged with a series over a top-two team.… Read more...

Schedule Set for BancorpSouth Rebel Road Trip

Fifth-Annual Tour Kicks Off April 17 in Atlanta

OXFORD, Miss. – The schedule is set and tickets on sale for the 2016 BancorpSouth Rebel Road Trip, Ole Miss’ fifth annual tour of the state and surrounding areas. Visit for tickets and full details of each event.

Headlined by Ole Miss head football coach Hugh Freeze and athletics director Ross Bjork, the BancorpSouth Rebel Road Trip (#RRT16) will feature 12 fan meetings across the region beginning Sunday, April 17 in Atlanta at the College Football Hall of Fame. Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter and other Rebel coaches will also speak at select stops.… Read more...

Ole Miss Hoops Game Notes: vs. Georgia

Ole Miss (18-10, 8-7 SEC) at Georgia (14-12, 7-8 SEC)
Date: Saturday, Feb. 28, 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m. CT
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Arena: Stegman Coliseum (10,523)
Television: SEC Network
Paul Sunderland, play-by-play
Kyle Macy, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum, play-by-play
Keith Carter, analyst
Satellite Radio: Sirius 83, XM 190
Live Audio:
Live Video:
Series: Georgia leads series 70-42
In Athens: Georgia leads 39-12
Streak: OM, W1
Last Meeting: OM, W 72-71 (1/09/16)

• Ole Miss hits the road Saturday riding a two-game winning streak to face the Georgia Bulldogs. The Rebels are looking for their first season sweep of the ‘Dogs since 1989.… Read more...

#21 Ole Miss Baseball Notes: vs. #2 Louisville

No. 21 Ole Miss Hosts No. 2 Louisville for Weekend Series

Rebels Welcome an Undefeated, Top-Ranked Team to Swayze Field for a Three-Game Set

Matchup: No. 21 Ole Miss (4-0) vs. No. 2 Louisville (4-0)
Date: Feb. 26-28, 2016
Location: Oxford, Miss.
Venue: Swayze Field
Capacity: 10,323
Television: SEC Network+
Richard Cross (Fri., Sat.)/Will Kollmeyer (Sun.), play-by-play
David Dellucci, analyst
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
David Kellum (Sun.)/Eli Savoie (Fri., Sat.), play-by-play
Keith Kessinger, analyst
Live Audio:
Series: Ole Miss leads 6-5
Last Series: March 10-11, 2015
Midweek series split, 1-1
Louisville, Ky.

Friday, Feb. 26: Brady Bramlett Poster Giveaway
Sunday, Feb.…

Ole Miss Sweeps FIU with 16-5 Series Finale Win (w/ Video)

Box Score  | Photo Gallery

OXFORD, Miss. – The bats remained on fire for the No. 24 Ole Miss baseball team as the Rebels scored nine runs in the bottom of the first en route to a 16-5 win over Florida International Sunday afternoon. The victory secured the Rebels (3-0) a three-game sweep to begin the season.

Ole Miss is off to a 3-0 start for the fourth time in the past six seasons, and ninth overall under head coach Mike Bianco.

Every Rebel in the starting lineup recorded at least one hit at the plate. Ole Miss scored 16 runs on 12 hits, led Tate Blackman, Will Golsan and J.B.… Read more...

Rebel Baseball Breaks Season Ticket Record

Photo by Angie Ledbetter for Rebel Nation Magazine™

Ole Miss Baseball Season Ticket Holders at 5,725 and Counting

OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss Ticket Office is pleased to announce that a record number of season tickets have been sold for the 2016 Ole Miss baseball season. Selling 5,725 season tickets and counting, the mark breaks the previous record of 5,709 sold during the 2013 season.

“On behalf of the Ole Miss baseball program, I want to thank all of our season ticket holders for helping set a new record as we begin the 2016 season,” said Ole Miss Baseball Head Coach Mike Bianco.… Read more...

Neumann Named SEC Basketball Legend

Former All-American To Be Honored At The SEC Tournament

OXFORD, Miss. – Former Ole Miss Basketball All-American Johnny Neumann has been named to the 2016 SEC Legends class, the conference office announced Friday.

One of the most exciting players in college basketball history, Neumann electrified crowds in Oxford and across the Southeast in his one season at with the Rebels and left his marks in the record books that might never be touched. Neumann led the nation in scoring as a sophomore at 40.1 points per game and was named to several 1971 All-America squads. The SEC Player of the Year, Neumann holds the Ole Miss single-season scoring record with 923 points.… Read more...

SEC Coaches Tab Robinson Preseason All-SEC

Photo by Bobby McDuffie for Rebel Nation Magazine

Rebels Projected to Finish Fifth in SEC West

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Ole Miss junior shortstop Errol Robinson was named preseason All-Southeastern Conference Second Team, the league announced Thursday morning. The preseason All-SEC teams were chosen by the conference’s 14 head coaches.

The All-SEC honor adds another preseason accolade for Robinson. Ole Miss’ third-year starting shortstop already collected preseason All-America honors from Baseball America and Major League Baseball scouts tabbed Robinson as the best shortstop in the country heading into the season, earning him a spot on Baseball America’s Preseason All-America First Team.… Read more...

Grant Heard is turning Ole Miss into “Wide Receiver U.”

Ole Miss Receivers Coach – Grant Heard

By John Davis – Oxford Citizen
Featured Writer – Rebel Nation Magazine
As Published in the September/October 2015 Issue
Photos Courtesy Ole Miss Athletics

Grant Heard called his return to coach the wide receivers at his alma mater as a “blessing.” For Heard, who played for the Rebels in the late 1990s under Tommy Tuberville and David Cutcliffe, there isn’t another school he would choose to coach at other than Ole Miss.

“Having played here, it’s really just a blessing to be able to come back and help the team out to the point where we can be competitive and be relevant in the SEC,” he said.… Read more...

Baseball Single-Game Tickets Now on Sale

Photo by Angie Ledbetter for Rebel Nation Magazine™

Rebel Fans can Purchase Non-Conference Tickets on

OXFORD, Miss. – The 2016 Ole Miss Baseball season is just around the corner, and single-game tickets are now on sale for non-conference games at Swayze Field. Tickets start at only $5 and can be purchased at

Fresh off their 13th NCAA Regional appearance in the last 15 seasons, the Rebels will play 17 non-conference matchups at the friendly confines of Swayze Field. The non-conference slate features a pair of three-game series against two teams that made the NCAA Tournament last year. No. 24 Ole Miss will open up the season with a weekend series versus Florida International, beginning Feb.… Read more...

Ole Miss Football Signs Highest-Rated Class in Program History

Ranked as High as Fourth Nationally by

Signing Day Central | 2016 Signees | Press Conference (Video) | Press Conference Transcript

Ole Miss QB signee, Shae Patterson, has already enrolled at Ole Miss and will participate in Spring drills.

OXFORD, Miss. – Strong relationships built with recruits and their families, first-class academic and training facilities and a winning product on the field have helped Ole Miss significantly raise the level of talent within the football program since head coach Hugh Freeze arrived in 2012.

The Rebels took another step forward Wednesday by signing their highest-rated class on record, one Freeze characterizes as the “deepest” since he’s been the head coach.… Read more...

The March/April issue is Coming Soon!

It’s like a second Christmas in Oxford this time of year! Signing Day has come and gone and the March/April issue of Rebel Nation Magazine™ is just around the corner hitting stores on March 8 (click here to find a store near you). Football recruiting is the second most important season at Ole Miss as Rebel fans across the country take a quick break from basketball to enjoy in the fruits of Coach Freeze and his staffs labor over the past year. Rebel Nation Magazine™ writer John Davis of the Oxford Citizen will give you the inside scoop on another Top 5 Signing Class in 2016.… Read more...

2016 Ole Miss Football Season Tickets On Sale

Coach Hugh Freeze – Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Renew or Order by March 31 Priority Deadline

 OXFORD, Miss. – Football season tickets for the 2016 season are on sale for an Ole Miss football team coming off a 10-3 campaign that featured wins over Alabama, Auburn, LSU and Mississippi State, as well as a 48-20 triumph over Oklahoma State in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

The priority deadline for fans to renew or order season tickets has been moved up to March 31. In past years, the deadline was April 30. Annual memberships to the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation are also due by the same deadline to maintain your seats and priority.… Read more...

Errol Robinson Named D1Baseball Preseason All-American

Errol Robison – Photo by Bobby McDuffie for Rebel Nation Magazine™

Rebel Shortstop Tabbed First Team All-American Heading into the 2016 Season

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss shortstop Errol Robinson has been tabbed a preseason first All-American by, the baseball publication site announced Monday morning. Robinson’s “elite range, body control and actions” earned him the nod as the nation’s best shortstop heading into the 2016 season.

The All-American accolade adds to the recognition Robinson has received this preseason. D1Baseball also named Robinson the 28th-best prospect heading into 2016. Baseball America tabbed him No. 21 on its list of top prospects, while Perfect Game had the Rebel shortstop at No.… Read more...

2015 Rebels Shatter School Records

Coach Hugh Freeze – Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Ole Miss Broke or Tied 64 Statistical School Records Among 2015 Achievements

OXFORD, Miss. – The 2015 season was one for the ages for the Ole Miss Rebels.

The culmination of a group of superbly talented players, Hugh Freeze and his staff’s up-tempo style of play, a renewed vigor in the Ole Miss fan base, and the opportunity for the highest levels of success in the Southeastern Conference Western Division produced a hallmark season in Oxford, Mississippi.

Ole Miss’ 48-20 victory over Oklahoma State in the Allstate Sugar Bowl capped the team’s first 10-win season since 2003 and the fourth straight season with a higher win total than the previous year.… Read more...

Diamond Rebels Set for 10 Nationally Televised Games

Pitcher Wyatt Short – Photo by Bobby McDuffie for Rebel Nation Magazine™

Ole Miss Baseball will Appear 10 Times Across ESPN Networks

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Ole Miss baseball team will play at least 10 games on national television for the upcoming 2016 season. The Rebels will be featured on SEC Network eight times throughout the season, while also appearing on ESPN2 and ESPNU for one game apiece.

People across the country will be able to get a taste of the best atmosphere in college baseball with eight of the 10 nationally televised Ole Miss games airing from Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field, home of the Rebels.… Read more...

Ole Miss Football Cracks Top 10 in Final National Rankings

Photo by Rebel Nation Magazine™

Highest Final National Ranking since 1969

OXFORD, Miss. – The number 10 looks good for the Ole Miss Rebels.

Ole Miss is top 10 in the final national rankings, coming in at No. 9 in the Amway coaches poll and No. 10 in the Associated Press poll. It’s the Rebels’ first top-10 final ranking since the 1969 season (No. 8 AP).

The Rebels won 10 games for the first time since 2003, including major wins over eventual national champion Alabama and SEC West rivals Auburn, LSU and Mississippi State. Hugh Freeze’s squad capped the impressive campaign with a 48-20 win over then-No.… Read more...

David Kellum Named Mississippi Sportscaster of Year for Seventh Time

Awarded by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association

SALISBURY, N.C. – Ole Miss play-by-play voice David Kellum has been named Mississippi Sportscaster of the Year for the seventh time in his career, as announced by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association on Monday.

NSSA members annually elect print and radio/television winners from each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Davis Potter of the Oxford Eagle was selected as the Mississippi Sportswriter of the Year for the first time in his career.

Winners will be introduced at the 57th annual NSSA Awards Weekend, June 18-20, in Salisbury, North Carolina.… Read more...

Laremy Tunsil Declares for NFL Draft

Ole Miss Offensive Tackle Among Top Draft Prospects

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil has decided to join his teammates Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche in declaring early for the 2016 NFL Draft, he announced Monday.

Statement from Laremy Tunsil:

“After weighing the decision with my family, I will forgo my senior season and enter the 2016 NFL Draft. It’s been a lifelong dream to play in the NFL, and I’m excited about the challenge in front of me. I will always cherish my time at Ole Miss and the relationships with my teammates, coaches and staff. Those are my brothers, and I will always be a Rebel.… Read more...

Laquon Treadwell Declares for NFL Draft

Laquon Treadwell – Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Nation Magazine™

Ole Miss Receiver to Take Talents to Next Level, Forgo Senior Year

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss junior wide receiver Laquon Treadwell is electing to forgo his senior year of college and enter his name for the upcoming 2016 National Football League Draft, he announced Monday.

Statement from Laquon Treadwell:

“After sitting down with my family, we have decided it is time for me to take the next step in my career and enter the 2016 NFL draft. It’s always been a dream of mine to play in the NFL, and I can’t thank my teammates, coaches and our great fans enough for their unbelievable support since the first day I stepped foot on campus.… Read more...

Sweet Victory: Rebels Dominate Oklahoma State in Sugar Bowl

Photo by Rebel Nation Magazine™

NEW ORLEANS – How sweet it was. No. 12 Ole Miss dominated No. 16 Oklahoma State, 48-20, in the 82nd annual Allstate Sugar Bowl Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

In their first appearance in the Sugar Bowl in 46 years, the Rebels left it all on the field, claiming their first 10-win season since the 2003 campaign.

“It’s hard to express all the feelings and emotions that you have,” head coach Hugh Freeze said. “You put so much into a team, the kids you care about, and you go through the disappointments.… Read more...


Charlie Conerly set the Standard for Quarterbacks in Oxford long before Archie, Eli or any other great Rebel QB’s stepped on Campus

By John Davis – Oxford Citizen
Featured Writer – Rebel Nation Magazine™
Photos Courtesy Ole Miss Athletics
As published in the September/October 2015 Issue

1947 All-America Charlie Conerly – Ole Miss File Photo

Five decades before Eli Manning won two Super Bowls for the New York Giants, Charlie Conerly was the former Rebel signal caller making the headlines in the city that never sleeps. Years before Archie, Eli’s father, was the toast of the college football landscape as the latest in a long line of standout quarterbacks from Ole Miss, Conerly was setting the groundwork as a single-wing tailback who could pass.… Read more...

Best Day Ever

Hosting ESPN’s College Game Day and Bama Win Changed Ole Miss Football

By David Collier
Contributing Writer – Rebel Nation Magazine™
As published in the July/August 2015 Football Preview

It was a day every Ole Miss fan will remember. It was a day whenever everything went according to plan. It was a day that catapulted Ole Miss into national relevancy and made everyone realize that things in Oxford, Miss., were a bit different than in the past.

That day, of course, was Oct. 4, 2014 when the 11th-ranked Rebels knocked off No. 3 Alabama in front of a sell-out crowd at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.… Read more...

The Celebrity of Hugh Freeze

By Acey Roberts
Contributing Writer
As published in the July/Aug Football Preview

Hugh Freeze: Embraces his SEC Head Coach Celebrity Status.

In many ways, Ole Miss’ Head coach Hugh Freeze is an unlikely success story.

Relatively few private school coaches break through to the college ranks, much less to be a head coach of an SEC school.

He doesn’t have the pedigree of a Lane Kiffin and he can’t fall back on the coaching tree of a famous head coach (He is in the Orgeron coaching tree for goodness sakes).

Freeze has had to force his way into the limelight in virtually every job. … Read more...

First Down! Oleeeeeee Miss! The Voice of VHS Glen Waddle

The Voice of VHS – Glen Waddle; Photo by Rebel Nation Magazine

By Jeff Roberson
Special to Rebel Nation Magazine™ – As published in the July/August 2014 Football Preivew

For the past 15 years (going on 16 now with the 2015 season), Glen Waddle has used his distinctive voice to start a tradition at Ole Miss football games and to become a staple of Rebel sports on the mic

According to Glen Waddle, former Ole Miss Chancellor Robert Khayat said Waddle was able to do something a lot of others have attempted but not been able to accomplish.

“It was like 2003 when Eli Manning was a senior.… Read more...

Stan Sandroni: Rebel Radio Icon had his own Brand

Stan interviewing Hugh Freeze before the 2014 Chick-Fil-A game with Boise St. – Photo by Michael Thompson

(Publisher’s Note) – When I first met Stan down on the sidelines as a photographer in 2007, he welcomed me as a friend and we talked frequently. I’ll always remember Stan telling me, “Have fun down here, but don’t get run over. Those guys are big!” We here at Rebel Nation Magazine were honored when Chuck Rounsaville said he’d write a feature in memory of his friendship with Stan Sandroni. So without further ado….

A special to Rebel Nation Magazine™
By Chuck Rounsaville
Guest Writer – Publisher, The Ole Miss Spirit
Published in the January/February 2015 Issue

When we leave this life, we’d all like to think we’ll be remembered in a meaningful way for our oneness, our individuality, in this cookie-cutter world.… Read more...

MIKE DENNIS: An Ole Miss Rebel

Mike Dennis will be inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, Saturday, August 1, 2015.

By John Davis – Contributing Writer
Oxford Citizen – Photos Courtesy Ole Miss Athletics
As published in the July/August 2014 Football Preview

Coach Vaught had to fend off Alabama’s Bear Bryant, but in the end he got his man.

Football essentially shaped who Mike Dennis is. The former Ole Miss Rebel, and Jackson native, has literally made a living from football. His family was formed while he was a member of the Los Angeles Rams. His toughness and work ethic was set in motion by his high school coach, Jack Carlisle, and then improved through Johnny Vaught.… Read more...

REBEL ALLEY: Highly Motivating

Known as the “Official Team Motivational Coordinators” – Rebel Alley has its own style of pumping up the players during the Walk of Champions

By Acey Roberts – Featured Writer
As published in the Nov/Dec 2014 Issue
Photos by Rebel Nation Magazine™

On, October 13, 2007, Alabama was in the Grove.  The Rebel players and fans were mad and ready to fight for a win.  It had been a tough couple of years for Ole Miss and Head Coach Ed Orgeron, but no one wanted to win more or had put in more time and effort than Coach O.

He was a very personable coach that was easily liked and the team adopted his personality. … Read more...


Dixie Howell (31) runs for positive yards during the 1948 Delta Bowl with Barney Poole (89) leading the way. – Photo Courtesy Ole Miss Athletics

By Seph Anderson
Featured Writer
As published in the Mar/Apr 2015 Issue

Throughout the storied history of Ole Miss Football, there have been many special teams.
The 1935 Orange Bowl Team.
The 1952 Team that upset #3 Maryland.
The 1959, 1960 and 1962 National Champions.
The 1947, 1954, 1955, 1960, 1962, and 1963 SEC Champions.
The 1971 Rebels.
Brewer’s teams from the early 90’s.
Chucky Mullins’ 1989 Rebels.
Eli’s 2003 Rebels.
The 2008 & 2009 Cotton Bowl Champs.…

HEAVY HITTER: It’s Time for Trae Elston to Rise Up and be the Leader of the Rebel Secondary

Photo by Rebel Nation Magazine

Contributing Writer – Daily Journal
As published in the March/April Issue

The end of the Cody Prewitt Era brings about a change in leadership among the Ole Miss safeties in the months ahead.

The obvious choice to become the voice on the back end is rising senior Trae Elston.

An off-field issue in January has put Elston off to a slow start in replacing a two-time All-American who had everyone’s attention all the time.

Prewitt broke into the starting lineup as a freshman late in the 2011 season.
As the plays and games rolled on he gained the experience and accepted the roles that go along with a four-year starter.… Read more...


Jaylen Walton’s 91-yard touchdown run in the 2014 Egg Bowl will go down in Rebel lore as one of the top plays of all-time

By Parrish Alford – Contributing Writer
Daily Journal
As published in the Mar/Apr issue

There have been numerous big plays in the 111 football meetings between Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
Whatever happens moving forward there’s no doubt that one of the rivalry’s biggest plays has been produced by one of its smallest participants.

Jaylen Walton’s 91-yard touchdown run didn’t seal the deal in the Rebels’ 31-17 win over the Bulldogs. That came later, requiring a halfback pass from Jordan Wilkins and a later goalline stand by the Rebels’ defense.… Read more...

Hugh Freeze Stakes Claim As The Best Coach In Mississippi History

Photo by Bobby McDuffie, Rebel Nation Magazine™

By ACEY ROBERTS, Contributing Writer
Rebel Nation Magazine™

In his three years at Ole Miss, Coach Hugh Freeze has amassed 24 wins, increasing his win total each year resulting in a 9 win season in 2014.  His 24 wins put Coach Freeze in some rare company in the State of Mississippi and in the SEC.

In fact, since World War II no one has been able to match Hugh Freeze’s three year win total in this State. Famed Ole Miss Coach Johnny Vaught started at Ole Miss with a bang in 1947 and won 17 games in his first two seasons, but a rebuilding year in 1949 resulted in only 4 wins.… Read more...

Road to Recovery: Treadwell Getting Better Every Day

Photo by Greg Pevey, Rebel Rags Magazine

Fan Favorite, Star Receiver 80 Percent Back from Injury

By Austin Miller,

OXFORD, Miss. — Everyone remembers the play.

Dragging a defender, wide receiver Laquon Treadwell was hit from behind as he fought his way toward the goal line near the end of the Auburn game last year. He felt it when the injury happened, but he made himself not believe until he tried to stand up.

His outstanding sophomore season came to an abrupt end, and he later underwent surgery to repair a fractured fibula and dislocated ankle.

Amid the devastation, for a player, a team and a community, he had one thought above all else.… Read more...

What A Great Time To Be An Ole Miss Rebel!

Memorable Moments from the 2014 Sports Season

By Seph Anderson – Contributing Writer
As published in the January/February 2015 Issue

What a special year it was to be an Ole Miss Rebel in 2014.

From an epic Saturday in October, to a trip to Omaha, to ground-breaking on the new basketball arena, to celebrating the life of Chucky Mullins on the twenty-fifth anniversary and to crushing the school down south, this past year provided Ole Miss fans with momentous moments to rejoice both what was and what’s to come for Ole Miss Athletics.

A Day to Remember – October 4, 2014
From the moment the 2014 football schedule was released, Rebel fans everywhere began to think, “If we can just beat Boise State in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, then we have a real chance to be undefeated going into the Alabama game.” Well, that’s precisely what unfolded ahead of the Crimson Tide’s first trip to Oxford since 2011.… Read more...

Ole Miss, Cal to Play Football in 2017, 2019

Rebels’ First Pac-12 Opponent in Football

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss and Cal will play a home-and-home football series in 2017 and 2019, the schools and ESPN announced Thursday.

The Rebels, who have never played a Pac-12 school in football, will make the roughly 2,150-mile trip to Berkeley, California, on Sept. 16, 2017. It will be the westernmost game in Ole Miss history, surpassing the 2011 trip to Fresno, which was the program’s only other visit to the Golden State.

The Bears will make a return visit to Oxford on Sept. 21, 2019.

Future Ole Miss schedules also include exciting matchups against other “Power Five” schools such as Florida State (2016), Georgia Tech (2022, 2023) and Wake Forest (2024, 2025).… Read more...

Shack Attack: D.T. Shackelford

By Parrish Alford
Contributing Writer – Daily Journal
As published in the Nov/Dec 2014 Rebel Rags Magazine™

It would be easy to paint a mental picture of a slow walk, gentle descent from the top of the whirlpool bath, settling carefully to the bottom and soaking in the warmth and reviving tired muscles.

In truth, there’s some of that with D.T. Shackelford.

As pictures are worth a thousand words, however, the image Shackelford hopes to leave for Ole Miss fans – after receiving a sixth season of eligibility from the NCAA – is one of relentless pursuit and big strikes from the middle linebacker position he was recruited to play.… Read more...

HEART & SOUL: Anthony Boone

By John Davis
Contributing Writer – Oxford Citizen
Photos Courtesy Ole Miss Athletics and Univ. of Central Arkansas

There aren’t many numbers retired at Ole Miss. Archie Manning’s number 18 and the late Chucky Mullins number 38 are most well known. Former baseball coach Jake Gibbs had his number 41 retired. But in Tad Smith Coliseum the number 41 also hangs in retirement. Anthony Boone didn’t have the dream career at Ole Miss as knee injuries robbed him of large chunks of playing time but the Arkansas native made the most of the hardwood time he did get. He averaged just over seven points a game and five rebounds but it was the intangible facts that don’t fit in a stat column that put his number up.… Read more...

The Mystique of Oxford and Ole Miss

By Seph Anderson – Contributing Writer
As published in the May/June 2014 Iusse

Way down south lies a town, university and campus that have come together to create one of the most surreal, storybook settings across the entire collegiate landscape. 

It’s through this collective effort that Ole Miss has achieved such an endearing, enduring mystique.

To many graduates like my wife and myself that decided to stay and raise a family in Oxford, there’s something undeniable about the charming small town that just makes it very special. The late Frank E. Everett Jr. described what Ole Miss means to so many as well as words allow:
There is a valid distinction between The University and Ole Miss even though the separate threads are closely interwoven.… Read more...

REBEL FLASHBACK: Billy Ray Adams – Rebel Tough

Photo Courtesy Ole Miss Athletics

By Mark Stowers – Contributing Writer
As published in the Nov/Dec Issue

Billy Ray Adams’ Adversity in Life Kept Him On God’s Road

His mother birthed him alone at home, the eleventh of twelve children in a house with no running water, indoor plumbing or electricity. He was the only one of his siblings to finish high school and the only one to go to college. At the age of six he last saw his father. That’s just how life was for Billy Ray Adams. He didn’t know any other way to live. A natural athlete, Adams excelled in any and every sport offered at Lee High School.… Read more...

The Freeze Effect

Freeze Delivering on Promises, Vision Quickly Becoming Reality

By Seph Anderson
As published in the Nov/Dec 2014 Issue

Having survived what seemed like Armageddon at the time, also known as the final two years of the Houston Nutt regime, Rebel Nation was finally able to breathe a sigh of relief when the right reverend was relieved of his duties in late 2011. A collective sigh it may have been, the announcement of Nutt’s successor left some a bit uneasy about the future of the program.

Rebel Nation’s ray of hope in finding the right man to lead the Rebels back to prominence: Archie Manning and Mike Glenn.… Read more...

Top 10 Wins in Ole Miss Football History

By Seph Anderson
Contributing Writer
As published in the July/August 2014 Football Issue
Photos courtesy Langston Rogers

So many games, so many wins. Ole Miss has its share of victories throughout its history, but we’ve come up with our list of the ten we feel put Ole Miss on the college football map.

Dixie Howell (31) runs for positive yards during the 1948 Delta Bowl with Barney Poole (89) leading the way.

#1> 1948 Delta Bowl – Fifty-five years after Dr. A.L. Bondurant led Ole Miss to its first gridiron win in 1893, a 56-0 shellacking of Southwest Baptist University, the red and blue would claim its first bowl game win behind the brilliant mind of first-year head coach John Howard Vaught in 1948.… Read more...

HOW TO LANDSHARK: FinsUp, with Jerrell Powe

As published previously in Rebel Nation Magazine™

A former Ole Miss great talks LandShark and life in the NFL

Jerrell Powe was one of the top nose tackles to ever play at Ole Miss. Not only that, but Powe was also in on the beginning of the phenomenon Ole Miss fans now call the “Landshark.” Now entering his 3rd season with the NFL’s Houston Texans, Powe returns to Oxford frequently during the off-season and remains a fan favorite. With the “Fins Up” movement taking off like it has we thought it would be fun to catch up with Powe and talk Ole Miss, Landsharks and the NFL.… Read more...

What “ALL IN” means for the Fans

Are you “All In?”

Tuesday,September 9, 2014
By Greg Pevey, Publisher
Rebel Nation Magazine™

First of all, let me say as publisher of Rebel Nation Magazine™, that I am not a writer. I handle all the behind-the-scenes things that need to be done to put each issue of this magazine together. Sure, I can put a few small stories together if need be, but normally I let my crew of  talented writers like John Davis, Jeff Roberson, Chase Parham, Parrish Alford, Angie Ledbetter and others handle the features we put in front you in every issue. They are the professionals and are in Oxford and follow Ole Miss sports on a daily basis.… Read more...

A Special Message from Ross Bjork: WE ARE OLE MISS

As published in the July/August 2014 Football Issue of Rebel Nation Magazine™
PUBLISHERS NOTE: We normally don’t publish magazine content on our website. Our goal as a publication is, of course,  to sell copies and subscriptions. When we approached Ross with this column idea I knew at some point we’d have to make this available for everyone across Rebel Nation to read. We hope you enjoy and will share this message with every Rebel fan you know.

By Ole Miss Athletic Director Ross Bjork

We are Ole Miss….

As a member of the Ole Miss family, you have surely heard this phrase said in the course of your discussions about anything and everything related to the University of Mississippi.… Read more...