Mississippi Supreme Court denies Mississippi State football players’ petitions for appeal in Rebel Rags lawsuit
The Mississippi Supreme Court on Thursday denied the petitions of Mississippi State football players Leo Lewis and Kobe Jones for interlocutory appeals in the Rebel Rags lawsuit. The players were seeking severance and a transfer of venue. That means the case will proceed in Lafayette County, where Rebel Rags is located.
A few years back, I read of studies showing that athletic competitors in red were statistically more likely to prevail than those in other colors.
Coaches, colleagues and loved ones remember Tony Fein, the original Ole Miss Landshark.
How Tommy Tuberville and the power of compromise helped remove Confederate flags from the University of Mississippi
While history sometimes waters down how it happened by solely crediting the movement to Khayat's 1997 ban on sticks in the stadium, the backstory of how it all came about—and Tommy Tuberville's role in making it happen—is often overlooked.
It’s the unaccountable bureaucrat lawyers and investigators who run the NCAA enforcement division. The NCAA does not follow traditional due process, and conducts its investigations and trials in secret—a latter day Spanish Inquisition.
Ole Miss Athletic Director Ross Bjork sent a message of reassurance to fans Wednesday regarding last week's ruling from the NCAA Committee on Infractions and the question of whether several current players are planning to transfer.
Harbaugh was apparently in Oxford on Tuesday to check out some of the Rebels' talent with photos of Harbaugh at a local restaurant and a private plane at the University-Oxford Airport making the rounds on social media.
The 5-year NCAA investigation of Ole Miss Athletics that eventually spawned a separate investigation and crippling sanctions involving the football team has been a rollercoaster ride since Day 1.
Ole Miss gets two-year bowl ban, scholarship reduction and years of probation after years-long NCAA case
Ole Miss received a two-year bowl and 13 additional scholarship reductions as part of the final ruling issued Friday by the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions in the school’s infractions case.