Ole Miss added another piece to its 2020 recruiting class. The College World Series is down to a winner-take-all game three and NBA free agency is heating up.
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister discuss a couple commits Ole Miss Football got over the weekend, its best chance at an upset and to be upset in 2019, LSU scandal, College World Series reaction and more.
It’s mailbag Friday. Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister let you drive the show with your questions. Plus, NBA Draft reaction and more.
Ten Ole Miss players will play in four different summer leagues over the next couple months, highlighted by Doug Nikhazy playing for Team USA, along with Anthony Servideo and Tyler Keenan receiving invitations to play in the Cape Cod League — the premier collegiate summer league. (Player — League — Team) Josh Hall — Perfect … Continue reading “Ole Miss Baseball summer assignments: Ten Rebels set to play in collegiate summer leagues”
Ole Miss continues to generate momentum on the recruiting trail. How does Houston Roth’s decision affect the 2020 team? NBA Draft, College World Series and more.
AD is a Laker, best/worst scenarios for Ole Miss football. State plays a wild game. US Open reaction.
It’s mailbag Friday as Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister take your questions pertaining to Ole Miss Football, NBA Finals, craft beer and 2020 baseball lineup.
Ole Miss’ season sputtered to an end on Monday evening with a 14-1 loss to Arkansas in a winner-take-all game three of the Fayetteville Super Regional. The 2019 season, in a vacuum, was not a disappointment. Ole Miss came one game away from making the College World Series, which is exactly where the team should … Continue reading “What will Ole Miss Baseball look like in 2020”
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister discuss the season that was for Ole Miss Baseball in 2019, the legacy it will leave behind and the legacy of the 2016 signing class. Plus, bad Uber driver stories and travel complaints.
FAYETTEVILLE — The result of the Fayetteville Super Regional was a microcosm of Ole Miss’ 2019 season. Ole Miss was bludgeoned, 14-1, by Arkansas on Monday afternoon in a winner-take-all game three. It was last of three volatile games that were each heavily one-sided. Arkansas blistered the Rebels 11-2 in game one. They responded with … Continue reading “Ole Miss’ rollercoaster season ends one game short of Omaha”
Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister react to the first two games of the Fayetteville Super Regional and what is to come in game three as Ole Miss sits a win away from Omaha.
FAYETTEVILLE — Nestled between the visiting bullpen and the scoreboard just beyond the wall in right-center field at Baum-Walker Stadium, the American flag flapped as the wind blew, waving away from the concourse and the fence. The wind blew out and the ballpark resembled a launch pad. Ole Miss prospered in the conditions. The Rebels … Continue reading “Rebels belt four home runs, force decisive game three in 13-5 win over Arkansas”