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3 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Arkansas' Anthlon Bell, left, looks around Mississippi defender Jarvis Summers, right, is the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Fayetteville, Ark., Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
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We gave out the C Spire Gillom and Howell basketball awards Monday at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, which felt more like the Northern Alaska Sports Hall of Fame given the North Pole-ish weather for early March.
The Ole Miss football team began year three of the High Freeze era Tuesday night with the start of spring practice.
The Rebels have also come up short in five of their last six SEC basketball games and have been especially flawed on offense on the road.
San Diego State forward Dwayne Polee fouls UNLV guard Bryce Dejean Jones during their game Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014, at Viejas Arena in San Diego.
The Diamond Rebs had ALL THE WALKOFFS last week, stringing together four thrillers in a row on their way to a perfect, though somewhat concerning, 5-0 week.
Colorado State guard Daniel Bejarano is defended by UNLV guard Jelan Kendrick, left, and forward Khem Birch during the first half of their Mountain West Conference game Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 at the Thomas UNLV junior forward Khem Birch earned the Mountain West Men's Basketball Player of the Week, the league announced today.
Mississippi guard Jarvis Summers won the Howell Trophy and Southern Mississippi guard Jamierra Faulkner earned the Gillom Trophy on Monday afternoon at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.
Ole Miss guard Jarvis Summers and Southern Miss guard Jamierra Faulkner were named the top Mississippi basketball players Monday.
Texas A&M, sparked by one spectacular dunk, overcame the loss of two key guards in a 71-60 victory over Mississippi on Saturday.
The Aggies played without star guards Fabyon Harris and Shawn Smith, who've traded out starts at shooting guard for much of the season.
The 8-1 Rebs look to keep their momentum going against the Scarlet Knights. A bunch of students are going to get drunk in the outfield and watch.
If he gets hot in two halves, that could be the boost Ole Miss needs to overcome recent road woes that have left the Rebels on the outside of the NCAA conversation.