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FSNextTV: Mississippi State offensive coordinator Les Koenning talks about MSU's upcoming game against Ole Miss.
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Feed Moncrief has become a battle cry for Ole Miss fans. There’s even a song written about it that’s played often.
Ben Garrett and Chuck Rounsaville of the Ole Miss Spirit discuss Ole Miss' 41-24 over in-state rival Mississippi State on Saturday.
Bo Wallace threw for 294 yards and five touchdowns, Donte Moncrief caught three TD passes and Mississippi pulled away in the second half to beat No. 25 Mississippi State 41-24 on Saturday night.
Ole Miss (6-6, 3-5 Southeastern Conference) won the Egg Bowl for the first time since 2008, breaking Mississippi State's three-game winning streak in the series. The Rebels also earned...
Mississippi State doesn’t have a lengthy list of game-winning kicks in the Egg Bowl. But the trio of modern memory certainly stand out. In 2007 it was Adam Carlson’s 48-yard field goal with a dozen seconds left which completed their fourth-quarter rally and 17-14 victory at Scott Field.
Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche, amid his celebrating the Rebels' win over Mississippi State, broke some news Saturday night. He said his little brother, Robert, is expected to commit to Ole Miss in two weeks. Robert is the top prospect in the country, according to Scout.com.
Who in Mississippi doesn’t have a Battle for the Golden Egg story of some kind? Time was that Ole Miss people had most of the good ones. MSU has evened things up in recent history.
Ole Miss players met the media to discuss the Rebels' 41-24 win over Mississippi State - a win that propelled Ole Miss to the postseason for the first time since 2009.
After the Rebels smoked Mississippi State with a 24-7 second half barrage of domination to claim a convincing 41-24 win, Ole Miss Coach Hugh Freeze addressed the media.
FSNextTV: Houston (MS) High School 2013 defensive end Chris Jones, a Mississippi State commitment, is showcased in these 2012 season highlights vs Louisville, Amory and Caledonia.
Texas jumped out to a quick double-digit lead and never looked back in beating Mississippi State 69-55 in the seventh-place game at the Maui Invitational.
Ole Miss DL Coach Chris Kiffin knows his guys will be facing a "tough" offensive line Saturday when the Rebels square off against Mississippi State, but he believes the Rebel defensive line will be ready.
There was no post-Thanksgiving hangover for Ole Miss on Friday. The Rebels did to Lipscomb what they were supposed to do to Lipscomb, running away with a blowout win.