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Houston Dale…cheffin’ up embarrassment with a side of unintelligible explanations
To infer that Houston Nutt has given up would be an insult to the exact amount of effort that one would need to exert to actually signal an out-right surrender. Thankfully, to maintain a now 13 game SEC losing streak really only takes an amount of energy somewhere between actually being dead and the moment enough synapses fire off in your then dead brain to actually be legitimately considered a zombie. The Walking Dead version of Houston Nutt did at least physically appear on the sidelines on Saturday, and since I left at halftime (ie. ‘Bad rebel’) I can only speculate that he stuck around to see Les Miles take a knee 4 times and turn the ball over on downs to Ole Miss…with 5 minutes to go.
Everybody is either pointing to this as a nice bit of sportsmanship on Miles’ part or evidence of actual rock bottom for the Ole Miss football program…or both. I refuse to believe either. I firmly believe this ...
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Bruce Feldman, who knows a good bit about the Mississippi program, delivers a devastating eulogy of Houston Nutt’s downfall:
… The problems started to come because Nutt didn’t recruit as hard as the old staff. You’re able to get away with not recruiting as hard at Arkansas than you can at Ole Miss. His first few classes were huge, but loaded with misfires and guys who never...
Barry Brunetti spent the week thinking he would see action in a couple of series, nothing more. What happened in the Rebels’ 52-3 loss to No. 1 LSU Saturday night greatly exceeded that.
This will upset many of you I know, but Doug Segrest of The Birmingham News reports tonight that Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians could be a potential candidate to replace Houston Nutt at Ole Miss. Segrest says Arians has strong ties to the area after coaching at both Alabama and Mississippi State and goes on to suggest that another connection revolves around Arians being...
Every time it appears Mississippi's miserable season can't get any worse, the Rebels find a way to make it happen.
The latest embarrassment was Saturday, when No. 1 LSU crushed Ole Miss 52-3 on senior night at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
LSU's Ron Brooks returned an interception for a touchdown just 28 seconds into the game as the Tigers built a 35-3 lead by halftime...
LSU players talk about the Tigers' dominating 52-3 win over Ole Miss which included some big plays by the defense as well as a first timer in the end zone.
Balanced Tigers manhandle Rebels, improve to 11-0 for the first time in the regular season. Now the focus shifts to a showdown with No. 3 Arkansas
Mississippi Scout Yancy Porter talks with Scout reporter Emily Villere about the future of Ole Miss recruiting with the departure of Head Coach Houston Nutt.
In the latest edition of Talkin' Rebels, Ben Garrett of the Ole Miss Spirit and Steven Godfrey of SBNation cover a range of topics, including the ongoing search for a new head coach.
ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands - Going up against its best opponent thus far in the season, Mississippi knew it would have to control the transition game and shoot well. The Rebels weren't even close.
MU takes on Ole Miss in the second round of the Paradise Jam.
Nov 26, 7:00 PM | Grass of Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field
Mississippi Rebels vs Mississippi State Bulldogs Odds
The visiting Rebels hope to send their backers to the pay window on Saturday as they look to cover the spread at Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field against the Bulldogs.
They battle the Rebels, currently with a 2-9 mark (3-8 ATS). The over...
Nov 21, 6:00 PM | Sports and Fitness Center
TCU Horned Frogs vs Mississippi Rebels Odds
A key college battle sees the visiting Horned Frogs travelling to Mississippi Monday to take on the Rebels on Monday.
This matchup is a neutral-site affair being played at Sports and Fitness Center.
The Horned Frogs will look to vanquish their hosts on Monday, as they...
Mississippi State is embracing social media on a new scale for Saturday's Egg Bowl showdown with rival Ole Miss.
Instead of painting the usual, plain old "Mississippi State" in the end zone, the university has replaced the school name with "#HailState" in white lettering with a maroon background. "Hail State" is the school fight song and a common...
TSD's Emily Villere and Randy Rosetta recap the Tigers' 52-3 win over the Rebels in Oxford and talk about what some other losses mean for LSU.