Ole Miss Players Take A Knee During National Anthem As Pro-Confederate Rally Takes Place Blocks Away

Eight University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) basketball players took a knee during the national anthem before Saturday’s game, in protest of a pro-Confederate rally taking place just a mile away, HuffPost is reporting. Before their home game against Georgia at The Pavilion stadium, six Rebels players, identified by ESPN as (most likely being) KJ Buffen, […]

Denver Broncos’ Chad Kelly Arrested On Criminal Trespassing Charges

Denver Broncos’ backup quarterback Chad Kelly was arrested early Tuesday morning and charged with suspicion of first-degree criminal trespassing, Denver 7 reported. A press release from the Englewood Police Department posted by CBS Denver stated officers responded to the 3200 block of S. Lincoln Street in Englewood, Colorado, at 1:17 a.m. after receiving a report […]

Laremy Tunsil NFL Draft Controversy: Attorney Says Of Money Exchange, ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Laremy Tunsil was ready for the best night of his life. The Ole Miss offensive tackle was going to draft high, with some projections even guessing that he might go first. Now Laremy is fighting to fix his shattered reputation after his Twitter account was allegedly hacked, leaking a bong video that cost the football […]

Laremy Tunsil’s Bong Hit Could Be Among The Costliest Ever

Laremy Tunsil was expected to be the number one NFL pick in this season’s draft, but after a social media fumble portraying the athlete partaking in a bong hit, he dropped down to number 13. Tunsil, a University of Mississippi offensive tackle, was an early favorite in the NFL draft. That is before a video […]

Austin Edenfield: Former Ole Miss Student Pleads Guilty To Putting Noose On Iconic Statue

Austin Edenfield, 21, a former student and fraternity member at the University of Mississippi, has admitted to placing a confederate flag on the James Meredith statue and a noose around its neck in 2014 in an attempt to intimidate the university’s black faculty and students. On October 1, 1962, James Meredith became the first black […]

Ole Miss Student Pleads Guilty To Putting A Noose Around Civil Rights Statue

A former University of Mississippi student could face up to a year in prison after pleading guilty to desecrating a civil rights statue. Austin Reed Edenfield, 21, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanour charge for placing a noose around the neck of a statue commemorating the school’s first black student. The ex-student waived indictment before and […]

NFL Prospect Robert Nkemdiche Admits to Being ‘Drunk’ During 15-Foot Fall from Hotel Room

NFL prospect Robert Nkemdiche has come clean regarding the December 2015 incident in which he plummeted 15 feet out of an Atlanta hotel room window: he was drunk. This revelation, USA Today noted, could have negative ramifications on the future career of the once highly-sought-after University of Mississippi defensive lineman. “I told them the truth: […]

Was Ole Miss Christmas Party Renamed ‘Hotty Toddy Holiday’ Because ‘Christmas’ Name Is ‘Too Christian’?

Was the Ole Miss annual Christmas party renamed because it contained the word “Christmas,” which is “too Christian”? Not exactly. As Christian Post reports, Ole Miss — that is, the University of Mississippi — recently came under fire after news reports, particularly from conservative sources such as Breitbart, indicated that the University’s annual Christmas Party, […]

NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released — Final Regular Season Rankings Don’t Change Much At Top

The final NCAA football rankings for the 2015 regular season have now been released, and the undefeated Clemson Tigers are still on top. The new Associated Press Top 25 Poll and Coaches Poll don’t look overly different at the very top, but some upsets during rivalry games brought about jumps and drops in the numbers. […]

Katy Perry Trolls LSU Tigers At Ole Miss Game

It is no secret that the pop star Katy Perry is a big College Football fan. Over a year ago, Katy Perry had a guest appearance on ESPN’s College GameDay where she was happy to make fun of the LSU Tigers and their fans. Over a year later, Perry is back with the trolling. It […]

NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released — Shake-Up As Iowa Rises, Ohio State Falls

The NCAA football rankings have seen a major shake-up as a lot of teams are seeing their stock climb, but so many others are seeing theirs fall. The Ohio State Buckeyes lost to Michigan State and saw their 23-game win streak thrown out the window, and possibly their championship hopes dashed. Now, the new Associated […]

NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released — Numerous Upsets Cause Huge Shake-Up

The new NCAA football rankings are now out after all the action of the weekend, and it was a wild one. Numerous upsets took place, as unbeaten team after unbeaten team fell, and it caused a lot of uncertainty now on the road to the College Football Playoffs. The new Coaches Poll and Associated Press […]

NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released — SEC Gaining Strength In Both

The latest NCAA rankings are out with the release of both the Coaches Poll and Associated Press Top 25 Poll. The SEC is gaining strength in big ways, with teams moving up and others joining the rankings, but the Ohio State Buckeyes are still undefeated and still at No. 1. Some teams are beginning to […]

University Of Mississippi Removes State Flag: Confederate Flag Symbol Deemed Too ‘Unwelcoming’

The Mississippi state flag will no longer fly over the Ole Miss campus. The University of Mississippi has removed the flag, which also features a Confederate Flag emblem, from the grounds of the Oxford college. School officials have not banned the receipt of state funds, just the official state flag. The stars and bars have […]

Ole Miss Student Beaten: Accused Attackers Smile In Mugshots

An Ole Miss student was brutally beaten during an apparent hazing ritual. According to reports, Jeremy Boyle, who is a member of the University of Mississippi’s Sigma Pi fraternity, was assaulted by at least five members of the university’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Although the alleged assailants were arrested, and they are now facing criminal […]

Ole Miss Flag: Confederate Flag Emblem Sparks Removal Protest

Ole Miss flag opponents mobilized the University of Mississippi Student Senate to draft a petition to have the Confederate flag emblem removed from school grounds. Once the University of Mississippi student leaders sign the resolution sparked by the petition, it will be up to college officials to take action on any proposed changes to the […]

Ole Miss Student Government Votes To Remove Mississippi State Flag From Campus

The Ole Miss (University of Mississippi) student senate voted overwhelmingly Tuesday night to remove the state flag of Mississippi from the Oxford campus because it contains references to the Confederate flag, Fox News is reporting. Since 1894, the state flag of Mississippi has included the Confederate flag in its own flag, featured in the upper […]

NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released — Not Much Change At Top, Some Drop Out At Bottom

Week 7 of the 2015 NCAA football season has come and gone, and there was a lot of excitement to be had around the country. Michigan suffered a heartbreaking loss to Michigan State. LSU outlasted Florida on a fake field goal for a touchdown. Not a lot of movement in the NCAA rankings this week, […]

NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released — Michigan And LSU Climb, Not Much Change At Top

Week six of the 2015 NCAA football season is over, and the new rankings have now been released for all to see. Both the Coaches Top 25 Poll and the Associated Press (AP) Top 25 Poll are out, and there was a bit of flip-flopping at the top. Some teams had to work hard to […]

NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released — Not Much Change On Top, Michigan Enters

The college football rankings have been updated after the week four action, and there really wasn’t a whole lot of change near the top. A few teams flip-flopped here and there, but not much else looks different. Perhaps the biggest news is that Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan squad jumped into the new Associated Press Top 25 […]

NCAA Football Rankings: New AP Top 25 And Coaches Polls Released – Alabama Falls, LSU And Ole Miss Soar

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) might have shown a lot of weakness last week; but, in week three, they showed both weakness and serious strength. Unfortunately for them, the strength came out against other teams in their conference. The new Associated Press Top 25 Poll and the new Coaches Top 25 Poll have both come out, […]

College Football Rankings Week 4: Alabama Punished, Notre Dame Rewarded?

College football rankings for Week 4 are going to punish Alabama and reward Notre Dame. The college football rankings for Week 3 had Alabama as the No. 2 team in the nation, even nabbing a first-place vote in the Coaches Poll. After an ugly loss to Ole Miss at home on Saturday, September 19, the […]

Graeme Phillip Harris Enters Guilty Plea For Noose On Ole Miss Statue

Graeme Phillip Harris, a former Ole Miss student, pleaded guilty hanging a noose on the statue of James Meredith. The University of Mississippi student had a misdemeanor charge levied against him after putting the noose on the campus memorial to the civil rights leader. During a short court appearance on Thursday, Graeme Phillip Harris entered […]

Mississippi State And Adidas Apologize For Profanity Aimed At Ole Miss On Team Shirts: ‘F— The School Up North’

There is no secret that a huge rivalry exists between Mississippi State University and Ole Miss for state superiority, but sometimes, things are taken too far. That appears to be the case with some Adidas practice shirts that were revealed for Mississippi State and actually included a profanity-laced message aimed at Ole Miss. Mississippi State […]

Ole Miss Playoff Dream Gone, Auburn Win

Last Saturday night the Auburn Tigers edged out a win against the Ole Miss Rebels, 35-31, and now, the Rebels’ playoff dream is gone. In a gruesome sequence of events, the game ended with a fateful play that altered the game, national title dreams, and sent the Rebels’ best player to the hospital, reports Sports […]

Katy Perry Wins Ole Miss Fans, Taunts LSU And Alabama Fans On Saturday

Katy Perry had a busy Saturday at the Ole Miss – Alabama college football game on Saturday. The pop star started the day off by taunting LSU Tiger fans and flirting with ESPN College Gameday host Kirk Herbstreit. She topped it off by throwing down a beer at a local Oxford, Mississippi bar and crowd […]

Alabama Vs. Ole Miss Football Showdown: Rebels Cody Prewitt Said What?!?

Alabama Crimson Tide takes on the Ole Miss Rebels in one of the biggest SEC games scheduled for this Saturday, October 4. Both teams are coming into this game undefeated, (4-0) as they meet head-to-head at the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi, according to The Blow. However, let’s note that the 4-0 start for the […]

Mitt Romney Takes In Ole Miss Game, Spotted Tailgating At The Grove

Mitt Romney caught one heck of a college football game this past weekend. The former Republican presidential nominee decided to take up his former personal aide on an offer to check out an Ole Miss football game, and Romney caught one for the ages. Romney was spotted tailgating before the game, and as several tweeted […]

Marshall Henderson Suspension Was Drug Related [Report]

Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson‘s indefinite suspension for violating unspecified team rules is allegedly drug related. The 20-points-per game scorer led the Rebels to to the SEC tournament championship (their first SEC title since 1981) and then onto the NCAA “March Madness” national tournament for the first time since 2002. Henderson, a junior at the […]

Marshall Henderson: Suspended Ole Miss Star Calls Out Erin Andrews On Twitter

Marshall Henderson may be suspended from the Ole Miss basketball team, but the shooting guard is still free to run his mouth. The team announced on Wednesday that Henderson was suspended for an unspecified violation of team rules. After Fox Sports correspondent Erin Andrews called out the abrasive, celebration-happy player on Twitter, Henderson responded quickly. […]

Ole Miss Upsets Wisconsin With Strong Second Half

The 12th-seeded Ole Miss Rebels upset the 5th-seeded Wisconsin Badgers 57-46 Friday in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Rebels outscored the Badgers by 14 points in the second half to advance to the second round. Wisconsin led 25-22 at the half and led by six points on two separate occasions in the […]

National Signing Day 2013 Features Robert Nkemdiche As Ole Miss Recruiters Pick

National Signing Day in American football terms is when the class of 2013 recruits send in their signed Letters of Intent to the colleges of their choice. The amazing part is, even though it is 2013, recruiters are still relying on fax machines for National Signing Day amidst all the other communications technology available to […]