Ole Miss lost its fourth consecutive game on Tuesday, a 71-55 defeat at Florida. The result was expected because of who the team was without. Hours before the game, Ole Miss announced starting center Khadim Sy did not make the trip to Gainesville, citing a coach’s decision. The decision is related to Sy missing a … Continue reading “Short-handed Rebels trounced 71-55 at Florida”
Packed Monday show as Rippee and Borkey hit all four NFL divisional playoff games, Ole Miss’ loss to Arkansas, LSU-Clemson and more.
Photo credit: Ole Miss Athletics The final five minutes underscored the underlying issues with the team. Ole Miss coughed up an 11-point second half lead in a 76-72 home defeat to Arkansas on Saturday night to fall to 9-6 (0-2). The Rebels scored four points in the final five minutes of the game, one of … Continue reading “Ole Miss blows double digit lead in 76-72 loss to Arkansas”
Photo credit: Ole Miss Athletics Ole Miss sophomore wing Luis Rodriguez is unlikely to return this season, head coach Kermit Davis said on Friday. Rodriguez has been sidelined for over a month with a foot injury he suffered in shootaround before the Rebels’ win over Penn State in Brooklyn on November 27. “He got a … Continue reading “Luis Rodriguez unlikely to return this season”
Brian Scott Rippee and Michael Borkey take your mailbag questions, mostly related to Mike Leach, and give their LB’s picks for the NFL weekend.
Rippee and Borkey discuss the possibility of Steve Sarkisian at Mississippi State, Ole Miss suffers a bad loss at Texas A&M and was putrid offensively.
Ole Miss suffered its worst defeat of the season and was yet again abysmal on the offensive end floor in a 57-47 road loss at Texas A&M to open SEC play. The Rebels wasted a 26-point performance from Breein Tyree. The Aggies entered this game 185 in the NET, the worst mark in the SEC … Continue reading “Four thoughts from Ole Miss’ 57-47 loss at Texas A&M”
Rippee and Borkey recap a crazy NFL weekend, Ole Miss’ loss at Wichita State and more.
Photo credit: Joshua McCoy — Ole Miss Athletics Ole Miss was run off the floor by 24th-ranked Wichita State team on Saturday to the tune of a 74-54 defeat to end its non-conference slate. The Rebels were abysmal offensively, fell into an early hole and couldn’t string together stops early in the second half to crawl … Continue reading “Five observations from Ole Miss’ road loss at Wichita State”
Rippee and Borkey are back for the first show of 2020. Not your typical mailbag Friday but plenty of discussion on Lane Kiffin’s new hires, the Durkin backlash, Mississippi State firing Joe Moorhead, NFL playoffs and more.
Brian Scott Rippee and Michael Borkey break down Ole Miss’ win in Jackson, the future of that game in the capitol city, and other potential venues around the state – Plus a full NFL weekend recap and bowl picks.
Photo credit: Petre Thomas — Ole Miss Athletics Jackson, Miss — Ole Miss escaped the Mississippi Coliseum with an 83-76 win over Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday afternoon, but defended like a team that desired to be defeated. Meridian native Tyron Brewer terrorized the Rebels on the offensive end, dropping 30 points on 13-of-17 shooting. Brewer lugged … Continue reading “Sy’s 20 points helps lead Rebels past Southeastern Louisiana”