The frustration in Mike Bianco’s voice was palpable after Ole Miss’ 8-6 loss to Alabama on Saturday to even the series. “It was just a bad baseball game all the way around,” Bianco said. “They did more than we did.” The Rebels slogged through another sluggish, multi-error performance that was comprised of some reoccurring issues. … Continue reading “Pitching struggles, offenses fades late as Ole Miss falls to Alabama”
From 2013-2017, a loss in the SEC Tournament meant the end of the men’s basketball season at Mississippi State. Last year, the Bulldogs slid into a NIT berth for the school’s first game past spring break weekend in 6 years. This season, Friday night’s 83-76 loss to Tennessee simply means the Bulldogs will go home … Continue reading “SEC Tournament: Mississippi State Bows Out But Prepares For the Next Step in 83-76 Loss to Tennessee”
After two years of varying roles on the Ole Miss pitching staff, Will Ethridge spent the entire fall and winter preparing to assume the role of being the face of the Rebels’ rotation. Immersed in that environment for the first time — a close game on a Friday night in the SEC — the junior … Continue reading “Ethridge goes six strong, Zabowski’s home run lifts Rebels to 1-0 win over Alabama”
Conference play in the SEC begins this weekend and who better than Kendall Rodgers to join STM with an in-depth preview. Check it out here…
Back from Nashville, Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister discuss Ole Miss’ loss to Alabama, whether it will benefit from the time off and what seed the Rebels may get in the NCAA Tournament. Some baseball talk included from a rough midweek series at Louisville. Would Ole Miss benefit from using an opener? iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/…/podca…/rebel-report/id1453233713… … Continue reading “Friday Rebel Report: What’s next for Ole Miss Hoops? Would Ole Miss Baseball benefit from using an opener?”
You may have been distracted by basketball, understandably so, but we do have a couple of important baseball series coming up. Richard Cross and Brian Hadad preview the upcoming weekend
After a quick recap of last night’s hoops action in the SEC tournament – We look at the three new programs under NCAA investigation, what they did, and what it means.
Mississippi State left no doubt on Thursday night at the SEC Tournament, dominating Texas A&M and pushing into Friday’s quarterfinal against Tennessee. Brian Hadad recaps from Nashville, as the Bulldogs survive and advance.
On Saturday, Mississippi State pretty much got what they wanted on the offensive end against Texas A&M, but defensively, there were lapses that allowed the Aggies to shoot 47% and rack up 81 points on the Bulldogs. Thursday night in Nashville, those lapses were non-existent, as MSU held A&M to 37% from the field in … Continue reading “SEC Tournament: Mississippi State Heads to Friday After a Dominant Win Over Texas A&M”
The rim was unkind to Ole Miss and its lingering effects in other areas is what proved to be more detrimental than the lack of shot making itself. The Rebels lost to Alabama, 62-57, on a night that saw its two All-SEC guards — Breein Tyree and Terence Davis — go 4-of-27 combined from the … Continue reading “Ole Miss blows double-digit halftime lead in loss to Alabama, now waits on its postseason fate”