Posted January 25, 2012 on AP on Fox
Mississippi isn't very good at shooting 3-pointers and even worse at the free-throw line, serious flaws that have made scoring points a struggle during stretches this season. But the Rebels do have some muscle - and they like to flex it. That's been enough to keep Ole Miss (13-6, 3-2) in the top half of the Southeastern Conference going into Thursday's home game with No. 14 Florida (15-4, 4-1). Reginald Buckner, Murphy Holloway and Terrance Henry form a tenacious, veteran trio. They grab rebounds, play defense and specialize in winning ugly, making up for whatever they lack in talent with sheer hustle. ''It's what we need. It's who we are,'' Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy said. ''The reality is our most veteran group is our frontcourt.'' And they've also been the Rebels' most productive group. Ole Miss is second in the SEC in rebounding margin, behind only top-ranked Kentucky. Holloway and Buckner rank third and fourth, r...

Gators visit Mississippi Rebels in college basketball clash

Jan 26, 7:00 PM | Tad Smith Coliseum Florida Gators vs Mississippi Rebels Odds 15-4TEAM RECORD13-6 The Mississippi Rebels will hit the floor running against the visiting Florida Gators Thursday, looking to improve their record and boost wagering bankrolls in the process. The Rebels are 13-6 so far on the season, and 7-8-2 ATS vs. the number. The Gators, meanwhile, are...

Today's area Southeastern Conference men's basketball game

(14) Florida at Ole Miss: For the Rebels to keep their 8-0 homecourt record spotless, they'll need big offensive games from their frontline.

The Art of the Scout: Ole Miss and Mississippi State Loom for Gators with Precious Time to Prepare

Billy Donovan met with the local press for nearly 30 minutes Monday and probably spent 20 minutes answering questions about the Southeastern Conference and its ESPN partnership that has most league teams playing games on both Thursday and Saturday during the season for the benefit of television exposure.

Pushing Through

Andy Kennedy said Monday Murphy Holloway being back has been a big key in the Rebels’ recent resurgence. But the junior forward is still not 100 percent a month after the injury.
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