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November 30, 2011

1. LSU (12-0, 8-0 SEC, 1st last week): LSU all but locked up a spot in the BCS National Championship with a 41-17 trouncing of Arkansas, the Tigers’ third win over a top-three team this season. In all, LSU has beat seven top-25 teams by an average margin of victory of more than 20 points. Despite trailing 14-0 early in the second quarter, the Tigers outgained the Razorbacks 494-254, including 286-47 on the ground. Sophomore defensive back Tyrann Mathieu was the player of the game, tying the game on an electrifying 92-yard punt return for a touchdown, forcing two fumbles and recovering one of the them. LSU looks to keep its perfect season intact when they play Georgia in Saturday’s SEC Championship.

This week: vs. Georgia (10-2, 7-1 SEC), 3 p.m., CBS

October 18, 2011

 

In Saturday’s 52-7 drumming by the Alabama Crimson Tide, Ole Miss also lost the services of senior cornerback Marcus Temple for the remainder of the season.

Filling in for Temple, who had totaled 28 tackles, two interceptions and one sack before suffering a season-ending right ankle injury, will be freshman two-way player Nickolas Brassell and freshman cornerback Senquez Golson.

October 16, 2011

Going into Saturday’s game between Ole Miss and No. 2 Alabama, the headlines centered around the Crimson Tide’s prolific defense and Heisman Trophy candidate junior running back Trent Richardson. Unfortunately for the Rebels, they didn’t disappoint.

 

Going into Saturday’s game between Ole Miss and No. 2 Alabama, the headlines centered around the Crimson Tide’s prolific defense and Heisman Trophy candidate junior running back Trent Richardson. Unfortunately for the Rebels, they didn’t disappoint.

October 13, 2011

The Ole Miss Rebels (2-3, 0-2 SEC) will face their toughest opponent to date when the No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide (6-0, 3-0 SEC) rolls into Oxford this Saturd

The Ole Miss Rebels (2-3, 0-2 SEC) will face their toughest opponent to date when the No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide (6-0, 3-0 SEC) rolls into Oxford this Saturday. 

Ole Miss will do so without senior running back Brandon Bolden, junior center A.J. Hawkins, senior offensive guard Alex Washington and sophomore wide receiver Philander Moore, who will all serve one-game suspensions for a violation of team rules, head coach Houston Nutt said Thursday.

October 13, 2011

Can Ole Miss move the ball on Alabama’s defense?

October 12, 2011

Despite a lackluster start to the Ole Miss football season, sophomore linebacker Mike Marry has given his all each and every play, even with a strained arch in his right foot.
The Clearwater, Fla., native wears a walking boot on his right foot for the first half of each gameweek to give his injury as much rest as possible before taking it off around Wednesday or Thursday to prepare for each Saturday’s game.

October 12, 2011

The Daily Mississippian sports editor Austin Miller recently caught up with the University of Alabama’s sports editor Tony Tsoukalas to discuss Saturday’s Ole Miss-Alabama game.

The Daily Mississippian sports editor Austin Miller recently caught up with the University of Alabama’s sports editor Tony Tsoukalas to discuss Saturday’s Ole Miss-Alabama game.

Austin Miller: Talk about the Alabama football season to this point. What are the Crimson Tide’s expectations going into this game and for the rest of the season?

October 12, 2011

The Daily Mississippian sports editor Austin Miller recently caught up with the University of Alabama’s sports editor Tony Tsoukalas to discuss Saturday’s Ole Miss-Alabama game.

The Daily Mississippian sports editor Austin Miller recently caught up with the University of Alabama’s sports editor Tony Tsoukalas to discuss Saturday’s Ole Miss-Alabama game.

Austin Miller: Talk about the Alabama football season to this point. What are the Crimson Tide’s expectations going into this game and for the rest of the season?

October 12, 2011

Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt met with the media after Wednesday’s practice. Nutt said they had a good practice and are now just trying to polish the game plan up before Alabama comes to town Saturday. One of the things Nutt said his team has worked on this week is team defense.

October 11, 2011

With the 38-28 win over Fresno State nearly two weeks ago, the Rebels not only got a much-needed win, but they also found themselves a new quarterback in junior Randall Mackey.

Mackey, who completed 8 of 18 passes for 214 yards and a touchdown against the Bulldogs of Fresno State, managed to light a fire under a stagnant offense that struggled through the first few weeks of the season.

October 10, 2011

Nutt impressed with McCarron

Alabama sophomore starting quarterback A.J. McCarron has impressed so far, as he continues to get more comfortable in his first year as a starter. In last week’s 34-0 shutout of Vanderbilt, McCarron threw for career highs with 23 completions, 237 yards and four touchdowns.

September 28, 2011
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September 14, 2011

1. LSU (2-0, 0-0 SEC, 1st last week): The Tigers rolled to a 49-3 victory over in-state FCS opponent Northwestern State last Saturday. The defense was dominant, holding the Demons to negative yards rushing and only 95 yards total. Sophomore running backs Michael Ford and Spencer Ware combined for four rushing touchdowns, while both senior Jarrett Lee and sophomore Zach Mettenberger took snaps at quarterback. The Tigers have defeated the Bulldogs of Mississippi State 11 straight times and 18 of the last 19.

September 7, 2011

 

July 14, 2011

 

Each Friday, The Daily Mississippian’s Bennett Hipp will rank the 12 SEC teams by position as part of an eight-week series. Next week: quarterbacks

 

 

1. Auburn: The Tigers lose a lot from their 2010 National Championship team, but return a great deal of talent at the running back position. Sophomore Michael Dyer rushed for over 1,000 yards as a freshman and will be paired with the electric Onterio McCalebb. McCalebb is one of the fastest players in the country and ran for almost 900 yards a year ago last year as a sophomore

June 23, 2011

 

With college football only a few months away, it’s time to take an early look at the Southeastern Conference heading into the summer months. Each Friday, The Daily Mississippian’s Bennett Hipp will rank the 12 SEC teams by position as part of an eight-week series. Next week: Offensive line

 

1. Georgia: There’s not a more well-rounded special teams unit than the one residing in Athens. Senior kicker Blair Walsh returns after making 20 of 23 field goals last season for an 87-percent field goal percentage, which was second in the conference. Senior Drew Butler averaged just more than 44 yards a punt last season and is one of the SEC’s best. The Bulldogs also have a nice pair of return men in senior cornerback Brandon Boykin and junior cornerback Branden Smith. 

October 28, 2010

1. Auburn (8-0 overall, 5-0 SEC, 1st last week): The only college football player comparable to Cam Newton is Tim Tebow, and to be honest I’d take Newton any day. 

 

1. Auburn (8-0 overall, 5-0 SEC, 1st last week): The only college football player comparable to Cam Newton is Tim Tebow, and to be honest I’d take Newton any day. 

October 21, 2010

1. Auburn (1st last week, 4-0 SEC, 7-0 overall): It was mentioned during the CBS broadcast of Auburn vs. Arkansas that Cam Newton volunteers some of his time working with kids. On Saturday, Newton made the Arkansas defense look like children, posting 328 yards of offense and four touchdowns on an embattled Razorbacks defense.

 

1. Auburn (1st last week, 4-0 SEC, 7-0 overall): It was mentioned during the CBS broadcast of Auburn vs. Arkansas that Cam Newton volunteers some of his time working with kids. On Saturday, Newton made the Arkansas defense look like children, posting 328 yards of offense and four touchdowns on an embattled Razorbacks defense.

October 7, 2010

Since Ole Miss has a much-needed bye week before heading to Tuscaloosa next weekend, football beat writer Bennett Hipp previews the Southeastern Conference games this week. 

 

Since Ole Miss has a much-needed bye week before heading to Tuscaloosa next weekend, football beat writer Bennett Hipp previews the Southeastern Conference games this week.