A season ago, Mississippi State’s inability or unwillingness to put the ball in the hands of their star running backs likely cost them a couple of wins. Will Joe Moorhead change things up in 2019? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look in their second preseason positional breakdown, plus go inside the numbers as … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Will Mississippi State Figure Out its Running Back Situation?”
Former Ole Miss defensive coordinator coach Tyrone Nix is joining Ole Miss’ staff, according to a release from Virginia Tech. Nix spent last season as the Hokies’ safeties coach. Nix was the defensive coordinator under Houston Nutt from 2008-2011. The Rebels ranked as one of the better defenses in the SEC in Nix’s first two … Continue reading “Tyrone Nix to join Ole Miss staff”
Rippee and Collin discuss Ole Miss hoops winning its fourth in a row, what the team’s ceiling is and its path to the NCAA Tournament, and also some reaction from Ole Miss baseball’s opening weekend.
It was the first weekend where basketball and baseball intersected at Mississippi State, and what a weekend it was for the Bulldogs. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look all the victories wrapped in maroon and white over the past three days.
With more than a hundred former Diamond Dawgs in attendance, three legends in Will Clark, Rafael Palmeiro, and Jeff Brantley throwing out the first pitch, and the reveal of the Ron Polk Ring of Honor in the right field plaza, you had to remember there were baseball games actually being played this weekend at Dudy … Continue reading “Mississippi State Caps Historic Weekend of Baseball With A Doubleheader Sweep”
Mid-February is an optimal time for a college basketball team’s confidence to be ascending upward and that is exactly where Ole Miss’ is headed after its fourth straight win, an 75-65 home victory over Missouri to move to 18-7 on the year and 8-4 in league play. Ole Miss turned the Tigers over 25 times … Continue reading “Rebels win fourth straight game with win over Missouri”
A lethargic first inning foreshadowed the result to come in Ole Miss’ 9-5 loss to Wright State on Saturday afternoon. The Rebels made two errors, one by Grae Kessinger on a ground ball and another three batters later by starting pitcher Zack Phillips that plated an unearned run. Phillips missed the bag at first base … Continue reading “Sloppy start dooms Rebels in 9-5 loss to Wright State”
Cooper Johnson wants to have a more refined plan when he steps into the batter’s box this season. His past struggles at the plate have stemmed from pressing, his approach unclear and poor at bats only made him press harder. In Ole Miss’ 10-1 opening day win over Wright State, Johnson had three hits, including … Continue reading “Johnson’s three hits leads Rebels in 10-1 win over Wright State on opening day”
Today was a celebration of Mississippi State baseball, with the legends of the past here to celebrate the future, the opening of the newly renovated, remodeled, and rebuilt Dudy Noble Field. With all that happening in the background, you could forgive the current Bulldog squad for perhaps being distracted from the task at hand, getting … Continue reading “Mississippi States Opens The New Dudy Noble Field With a 14-3 Win”
Left alone with his thoughts as he gripped a baseball bat, Holt Perdzock knew he had to be ready. He sat in the first base dugout at Tigue Moore Field, watching Ole Miss nurse a 5-3 lead over Louisiana-Lafayette lead in the seventh inning of game three of a super regional in 2014. The Rebels … Continue reading “Reconstructing the hit that sent Ole Miss to Omaha”