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Ole Miss took its turn at the annual SEC Media Days on Thursday. Joining head coach Hugh Freeze was senior quarterback Bo Wallace, junior defensive end C.J. Johnson and senior safety Cody Prewitt. Here are a few related SEC Media Days links to videos and stories:

Freeze explains common factor in SEC turnarounds, writes Chris Vannini of Coaching Search

Great expectations: Improved depth could lead to big things for Rebels, writes Parrish Alford of the Daily Journal

Ole Miss football wants to prove it's a big ticket for Atlanta and beyond, writes Steven Godfrey of SB Nation

AUDIO: Ole Miss HC Hugh Freeze talks about getting back into football mode on SiriusXM Nation

Slighted QB Wallace ready to lead Mississippi, writes David Brandt of the Associated Press

On his shoulders: Wallace 100 percent fit and ready to lead Rebels, writes Parrish Alford of the Daily Journal

Bo Wallace just wants one healthy season, writes Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion-Ledger

Bo Wallace using snub for extra motivation, writes Ross Dellenger of The Advocate

Tough talk, big dreams for Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace in senior season, writes Geoff Calkins of the Commercial Appeal

Last shot for Bo Wallace to spurn doubters, get Ole Miss to new heights, writes Zac Ellis of Sports Illustrated

AUDIO: Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace talks about the QB battles in the SEC on SiriusXM College Sports Nation

VIDEO: Bo Wallace aims to be the SEC's top QB, reports Courtney Cronin of the Clarion-Ledger

C.J. Johnson is back, can make the Ole Miss D better, writes Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion-Ledger

Ole Miss All-American safety Cody Prewitt still toils in obscurity, writes Gary Laney of AL.com

Denzel Nkemdiche back with Ole Miss Rebels after spring ban, writes Edward Aschoff of ESPN.com

Ole Miss' Laquon Treadwell in same class as Alabama's Amari Cooper, writes Greg Ostendorf of ESPN.com

More from SEC Sports: 2014 SEC Media Days Wrap-Up






Ole Miss will take its turn at SEC Media Days on Thursday. Here are a few links to stories of interest for Ole Miss fans from Day Three of SEC Media Days, which featured Steve Shaw (SEC), Justin Connolly (ESPN), Bill Hancock (College Football Playoff), Missouri, LSU and Arkansas.

The Ole Miss official website, OleMissSports.com, and the SEC official website, SECSports.com, will have continuous coverage of SEC Football Media Days, as will ESPNU, ESPN and Watch ESPN.

SEC imbalance: When will the West's dominance over the East end?, writes Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com

SEC coaches using Auburn's magical turnaround as preseason rallying cry, writes Joel A. Erickson of AL.com

Steve Shaw notes changes to targeting rule, quarterback safety and other points at SEC Media Days, writes Drew Champlin of AL.com

SEC Network TV launch looming; some fans in dark, writes John Zenor of the Associated Press

Mizzou was an SEC leader -- not an outlier -- all along, writes Jeremy Fowler of CBSSports.com

Mizzou's Mauk ready for SEC close-up, writes Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The best of LSU's Les Miles at SEC media day, writes Sam Khan Jr. of ESPN.com

'It's fun': Les Miles' trip through SEC media days, writes Ross Dellenger of The Advocate

Rabalais: These Tigers should relish the underdog role, writes Scott Rabalais of The Advocate

LSU football to rely on freshmen more than ever in 2014, writes Jim Kleinpeter of NOLA.com

Freshman Leonard Fournette draws lofty comparisons at LSU, writes Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com

Bielema, Razorbacks Stick With Plan, writes Robbie Neiswanger of the Arkansas News Bureau

Razorbacks mastering their 'Hoganese,' writes Edward Aschoff of ESPN.com

Bret Bielema, Gus Malzahn not 'breaking bread,' but hurry-up adversaries do respect each other, writes Brandon Marcello of AL.com


Ole Miss will take its turn at SEC Media Days on Thursday. Here are a few links to stories of interest for Ole Miss fans from Day Two of SEC Media Days, which featured South Carolina, Mississippi State, Texas A&M and Tennessee.

The Ole Miss official website, OleMissSports.com, and the SEC official website, SECSports.com, will have continuous coverage of SEC Football Media Days, as will ESPNU, ESPN and Watch ESPN.

Star power lacking at SEC Media Days, writes David Brandt of the Associated Press

SEC enters new world: Covering itself on TV channel, writes Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com

The best of Steve Spurrier's media day, writes Edward Aschoff of ESPN.com

South Carolina's energetic Spurrier still on top of his game -- and winning, writes Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com

Wild, Wild West: Bulldogs' Mullen trying to chart course for Atlanta, writes Logan Lowery of the Daily Journal

Take Five: Mississippi State, Mullen lay out their bold plans, writes Michael Bonner of the Clarion-Ledger

Dak Prescott, the SEC's newest star, takes the big stage, writes Bob Carskadon of HailState.com

Looking for the next Steve Spurrier? Look right at Kevin Sumlin and smile, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of AL.com

Minus Manziel, Aggies escape microscope, writes Sam Khan Jr. of ESPN.com

Texas A&M, Kevin Sumlin treating Manziel like Johnny Forgotten, writes Jeremy Fowler of CBSSports.com

Vols hoping for more in Jones' second season, writes Wes Rucker of govols247.com

Butch Jones, Vols enter season optimistic, writes Greg Ostendorf of ESPN.com


Ole Miss will take its turn at SEC Media Days on Thursday. Here are a few links to stories of interest for Ole Miss fans from Day 1 of SEC Media Days, which featured SEC commissioner Mike Slive, Auburn, Florida and Vanderbilt. 

The Ole Miss official website, OleMissSports.com, and the SEC official website, SECSports.com, will have continuous coverage of SEC Football Media Days, as will ESPNU, ESPN and Watch ESPN.

SEC's Slive Continues Push for Big Five autonomy, writes David Brandt of the Associated Press

The Blueprint: Auburn's rosy run provides lessons for Ole Miss, Mississippi State, writes Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion-Ledger

Auburn hopeful defensive end Carl Lawson will return from ACL surgery, writes Brandon Marcello of AL.com

Auburn teammates rallying around Nick Marshall despite quarterback's mistake, writes Joel A. Erickson of AL.com

SEC Media Days: Last year's loss to Rebels still stings at Vandy, writes Parrish Alford of the Daily Journal

Vandy acknowledges Ole Miss fans will be at 'road' game, writes Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion-Ledger

Teary James Franklin told Vanderbilt: 'I'm not leaving,' writes Nick Cole of The Tennessean

Vanderbilt's Derek Mason: No rush to name starting QB, writes Nick Cole of The Tennessean

SEC Media Days: Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason believes the Stanford way can work in SEC, writes Gary Laney of AL.com


The sixth-ranked Ole Miss Rebels hit the road to take on top-ranked and national No. 6 seed Louisiana-Lafayette in an NCAA Super Regional starting Saturday night. UL Lafayette is scheduled to practice from 1-2:30 p.m. Friday, followed by Ole Miss from 2:45-4:15 Friday. Both are open to the public. Here are a few Super Regional related links to videos and stories:

2014 Super Regional Breakdown: Mississippi-Louisiana-Lafayette, writes Aaron Fitt of Baseball America

Cajuns take regional, bragging rights, writes David Ching of ESPN.com

Ex-LSU pitchers Christian Trent, Carson Baranik ready to square off, writes Chase Parham of Rebel Grove/Rivals.com for The Advocate

Ole Miss' Sam Smith relishes chance to be near Lake Charles again, writes Chase Parham of Rebel Grove/Rivals.com for The Advocate

Out of the shadow: Colby Bortles breaks out in Oxford Regional, writes Parrish Alford of The Daily Journal

What makes UL baseball team so special?, writes Tim Buckley of The Daily Advertiser

Lead-off hitter Lee playing to expectations, writes Hugh Kellenberger of The Clarion-Ledger

Will Allen keeps Ole Miss strong at catcher, writes Chase Parham of Rebel Grove/Rivals.com for The Advocate

Final push: Rebels look to get over Super Regional hump, writes Parrish Alford of The Daily Journal

For Ole Miss Fans Traveling To Lafayette:

Join the Ole Miss Alumni Association & Ole Miss Athletics at the Rebels' Super Regional Meet & Greet, from The Ole Miss Alumni Association

Viewing Party For Tailgaters And Fans Without Tickets, from UL Lafayette Athletics

A Look Back At The NCAA Oxford Regional:

VIDEO: Ole Miss Baseball....The greatest atmosphere in all of college baseball, from Scott Burton

Unleashed: Proud, "Absolute Class" Huskies Wow The South, writes Gregg Bell, UW Athletics Director of Writing





Indianapolis Colts Pick Wide Receiver Donte Moncrief in 3rd Round, writes Craig Kelley of Colts.com

Getting To Know Colts Draft Pick Donte Moncrief, writes Kevin Bowen of Colts.com

Colts Find More Help For Luck In NFL Draft, writes Michael Marot of The Associated Press

Colts' Draft Picks Bring Some Old-School Feel, writes Reggie Hayes of The News-Sentinel

Colts Draft: Big Body Up Front, Fleet Feet Outside, writes Stephen Holder of The Indianapolis Star

How Did The Colts Draft Grade Out With Jack Mewhort And Donte Moncrief, writes Kevin Bowen of Colts.com

What They're Saying: Signing Day Links

Ole Miss landed back-to-back top-15 classes for the first time in school history dating back to the first recruiting rankings in 2002. It was a consensus top-20 class, ranked as high as No. 14 (247Sports.com). Here are a few related National Signing Day links to videos and stories:

VIDEO: Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze talks National Signing Day, Jeremy Liggins with CBSSports.com's Bruce Feldman on Signing Day Live

VIDEO: Ole Miss tight ends coach/offensive recruiting coordinator Maurice Harris talks National Signing Day with the Clarion-Ledger's Courtney Cronin

Mississippi's Freeze happy with haul, writes David Brandt from the Associated Press

Ole Miss locks down top area talent, get top-15 class, writes Hugh Kellenberger from the Clarion-Ledger

Ole Miss fulfills needs with 2014 recruiting class, writes David Collier from the the Daily Mississippian

Change of heart: Rebels bolster secondary by swaying Shepard, leading with the signing-day flip of signee Tee Shepard from Mississippi State to Ole Miss, writes Parrish Alford from the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Freeze: '14 class 'better top to bottom,' writes Neal McCready from RebelGrove/Rivals.com

2014 Signing Day Guide Download, a comprehensive introduction to the entire signing class, from Jeffrey Wright of RebelGrove/Rivals.com

Role Definition, answering the question what position signee Jeremy Liggins will play at Ole Miss, writes Ben Garrett from the Ole Miss Spirit/Scout.com

And in case you missed it, Rebels Land Back-To-Back Top-15 Classes on OleMissSports.com and 'Bjork: It Lifts The Entire Athletics Program,' with Athletics Director Ross Bjork recounting the day that was for Ole Miss football, on Ole Miss Blog.



Opportunity Awaits Rebels At Rupp

With Saturday's 75-71, comeback win over South Carolina, Ole Miss is 6-2 in the Southeastern Conference and tied for second in the league standings with Kentucky entering Tuesday's showdown with the Wildcats. The Rebels have also played themselves into the NCAA Tournament conversation as one of the first five teams out, according to the latest USA Today bracket released Monday.

Ole Miss enters Tuesday's game rated No. 56 in the latest Ratings Percentage Index (ESPN.com), while the Wildcats are rated No. 13, the highest rated opponent to date and the second-highest opponent on the schedule. The Rebels are 4-5 against top-100 RPI teams this season with wins over LSU, Vanderbilt, Penn State and Middle Tennessee.

"We have opportunities on the horizon, and we don't pay a lot of attention to the projections in the first week in February," Ole Miss head coach Andy Kennedy said. "There is so much basketball left to be played, and we certainly lived that last year. We were dead numerous times, and our guys continued to grind and fight. Anytime you're in a league such as the SEC, you're going to have quality opportunities. We have two this week, and my focus is just on getting our kids ready for the challenges."

Ole Miss had a similar opportunity last Wednesday at Tennessee, but they fell behind 13-4 by the first media timeout in an 86-70 loss. Tennessee held a decisive edge in rebounding (45-27), points in the paint (36-24) and second-chance points (19-4), and Kentucky presents similar problems with all five projected starters listed at 6-foot-6 or taller.

"I hope we can take the (right) approach that we have go in there with so we don't get the same result where we get behind 13-4 and then have to battle the five future pros, the hall of fame coach and the 23,000," said Kennedy of comparing Kentucky to Tennessee. "I hope we don't get behind early. It's a different team. Tennessee is veteran-laden, more physical, below the rim. These guys are high-flyers."

Kentucky is 80-2 at Rupp Arena under John Calipari, including 13-0 this season. The Wildcats hold a 100-13 lead in the all-time series, including a 26-1 mark at Rupp Arena, with the Rebels' lone win there coming Feb. 14, 1998.

The Wildcats lead the league in field goal percentage (47.4 percent), rebounding (41.8 rpg) and rank second in scoring (80.0 ppg). They also lead the league in rebounding margin (+10.1 rpg) and offensive rebounding percentage (42.8 percent). Freshman forward Julius Randle leads the team, averaging a double-double with 16.1 points per game and a league-leading 10.1 rebounds per game.

"They're extremely long and athletic," Kennedy said. "We better make a bunch of shots because it's going to be hard to get rebounds. That's what they do. They are young, but they have been very good at Rupp, and that's where we have to go Tuesday."

Related Links:

Ole Miss seeking quality wins, starting with Kentucky, writes Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion-Ledger

Marshall-mania hits Rupp Arena for Kentucky game, writes Jerry Tipton of the Lexington Herlad-Leader

A three-spot from UK's Ole Miss preview, writes John Clay of the Lexington Herald-Leader

Ole Miss senior Marshall Henderson is all grown up, writes Andy Katz of ESPN.com

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