Ole Miss Baseball season preview: What will the outfield look like on opening day?

Part two of SuperTalk’s Ole Miss baseball season preview takes a glance at the outfield, a place where centerfield is concrete, one corner spot is thought to be secure to some degree, but could change based on necessity, and the other corner spot will be occupied by someone new. Left field: Thomas Dillard Dillard was … Continue reading “Ole Miss Baseball season preview: What will the outfield look like on opening day?”

Rebels let one slip away in overtime loss at Florida

Ole Miss’ third straight loss, and fourth in its last five games, came in a brutal 90-86 defeat in overtime at the hands of Florida in Gainesville. The Rebels led 76-73 in the game’s final possession with eight seconds left, elected not to foul Florida as it moved the basketball up the court and KeVaughn … Continue reading “Rebels let one slip away in overtime loss at Florida”

Ole Miss Baseball season preview: The infield

Ole Miss returns seven of eight starters in the field from a year ago, allowing most of the focus in the fall and winter to be shifted towards filling out the weekend rotation and defining roles in the bullpen. Be that as it may, the first portion of SuperTalk’s Ole Miss Baseball season preview takes … Continue reading “Ole Miss Baseball season preview: The infield”

Ethridge gearing up to become face of Ole Miss rotation

Will Ethridge has done a little bit of a lot in his first two years on Ole Miss’ pitching staff. As a freshman he made 19 appearances with four starts. He helped Ole Miss salt away a Friday night win in Alex Box stadium against LSU with 1.1 innings of unblemished relief, earned a save … Continue reading “Ethridge gearing up to become face of Ole Miss rotation”

Blowout loss to Iowa State caps 0-2 week for Ole Miss

Ole Miss was beaten soundly for the second time in five days in its 87-73 loss to Iowa State on Saturday. The Cyclones are one of the best offensive teams in college basketball, and the numbers they put up in The Pavilion bordered on unrealistic. Iowa State shot 69 percent from the field for the … Continue reading “Blowout loss to Iowa State caps 0-2 week for Ole Miss”

Ole Miss Baseball notes as Rebels hold first January practice

Ole Miss held its first full team practice in preparation for the 2019 baseball season on Friday.We will have position previews beginning next week on SuperTalk’s website, but for now, here are some notes from the first day of practice. Servideo at second base and outfield: Sophomore Anthony Servideo is taking reps at both second … Continue reading “Ole Miss Baseball notes as Rebels hold first January practice”

Emotionless Rebels on receiving end of pummeling in loss to Alabama

A pregame skirmish between Ole Miss and Alabama sparked up near the far side of mid-court inside Coleman Coliseum about a half an hour before tipoff on Tuesday night. The two clubs crowded around each other as members of each coaching staffed stood in the middle diffusing the situation.  Terence Davis and Alabama guard John … Continue reading “Emotionless Rebels on receiving end of pummeling in loss to Alabama”

WATCH: Kermit Davis, Terence Davis preview Alabama and the week ahead for Ole Miss

Another strenuous week in the SEC begins Tuesday night in Tuscaloosa for Ole Miss as the Rebels tip off against Alabama at 8 P.M. with a chance to get to 5-1 in the SEC. The week ends in Oxford against Iowa State — who led Kansas for the majority of the game in Allen Fieldhouse … Continue reading “WATCH: Kermit Davis, Terence Davis preview Alabama and the week ahead for Ole Miss”

A day after: Three thoughts from Ole Miss’ win over Arkansas

Kermit Davis called Ole Miss’ 84-67 win over Arkansas its best win of the season. The sentiment was largely shaped around the fact the Rebels rebounded from their first loss in nearly two months and their first defeat in SEC play.  The team survived with a hobbled Devontae Shuler and led wire-to-wire in a game … Continue reading “A day after: Three thoughts from Ole Miss’ win over Arkansas”

Ole Miss rebounds from defeat with 84-67 win over Arkansas

A favorable reaction to its first, albeit small, dose of adversity prompted Kermit Davis to label Ole Miss’ 84-67 win over Arkansas the team’s best of the season. “We have two top 15 wins and some great wins, but that was probably our best win of the year,” Kermit Davis said. “It is because of … Continue reading “Ole Miss rebounds from defeat with 84-67 win over Arkansas”

Shuler expected to play against Arkansas despite foot injury

Ole Miss returns to the floor on Saturday at home against Arkansas after suffering its first loss in nearly two months, dropping an 83-69 decision to LSU in The Pavilion. The most significant news coming out of the game was regarding the health of sophomore point guard Devontae Shuler, who Kermit Davis said has been … Continue reading “Shuler expected to play against Arkansas despite foot injury”

A Day After: Three thoughts from Ole Miss’ loss to LSU

Ole Miss tasted defeat for the first time in nearly two months in its 83-69 home loss to LSU on Tuesday night.  The Tigers’ length and athleticism frustrated Ole Miss for the entirety of the night. The Rebels are now 13-3 (3-1). Was Tuesday’s loss a sign of coming back down to earth? Probably to … Continue reading “A Day After: Three thoughts from Ole Miss’ loss to LSU”