MSU AD speaks on Kylin Hill’s stand, postseason ban

On Monday, Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill tweeted that he “won’t be representing this State anymore” if the current state flag isn’t amended, and the university’s athletics director is standing by the star player. “I think Kylin is showing a frustration that we all kind of feel here at Mississippi State,” MSU AD John … Continue reading “MSU AD speaks on Kylin Hill’s stand, postseason ban”

Speaker Gunn talks flag change after NCAA postseason ban

In just the last couple days, both the SEC and NCAA have joined forces to pressure the Mississippi Legislature into amending the current state flag or none of the state’s universities will be allowed to host postseason events. “We were beginning to see a wave of negativity against this emblem, but when the NCAA and … Continue reading “Speaker Gunn talks flag change after NCAA postseason ban”

NCAA deliberations may be concluded before the start of Ole Miss football season

Professor Ronald J. Rychlak is the Jamie L. Whitten Chair of Law and Government and Professor of Law at the University of Mississippi. He also serves as  Faculty Athletics Representative, and in that capacity just returned from NCAA Appeals Process hearings in Indianapolis. Here is what he could say about the meeting:

Ole Miss responds to NCAA allegations

The University of Mississippi released a 124-page response to the Notice of Allegations against them by the NCAA, that came out earlier this year. The response says “the University has conducted an exhaustive and thoughtful examination of the evidence” which includes meticulously going over every allegation and providing a response. The University points out it is … Continue reading “Ole Miss responds to NCAA allegations”