Mississippi Rumors & News

  • Ole Miss fan says he was assaulted by police during Rebels-LSU game

    College Football Talk "Ole Miss’s 38-17 win over LSU was a great day for all but two Rebels. Chris Barnes was assaulted by police in the Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium stands during Saturday’s game. His wife Holly posted a video of Chris being punched by uniformed officers. Oxford police has claimed no responsibility..." November 23

  • Statement: Denzel Nkemdiche’s ‘condition is not life-threatening’

    College Football Talk "After nearly a day of rumors and speculation surrounding Denzel Nkemdiche, Ole Miss released a statement somewhat addressing the situation. In the end, though, the best intentions of all involved may have simply added to the mystery. Wednesday, it was reported that Nkemdiche had been..." November 19

  • Report: Ole Miss Linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche Has Been In The ICU Since Monday

    Deadspin "Senior Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche was admitted to Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi Monday after being “found” and was still there as of Wednesday night, according to RebelGrove.com. The site reports that Nkemdiche is currently conscious in the ICU, but that it is unknown why..." November 19

  • Report: Ole Miss standout Robert Nkemdiche expected back for Auburn

    Alabama "Preseason All-American Robert Nkemdiche is expected to return against Auburn this weekend, according to The Clarion-Ledger, which cites Rebels defensive coordinator Dave Wommack. Nkemdiche has been suffering from concussion-like symptoms since leaving Ole Miss' game with Memphis Oct. 17. He was..." October 29

  • Report: Ole Miss DT Robert Nkemdiche cleared to play against Texas A&M

    Fox Sports - College Football "Ole Miss got some good news Thursday night as star defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche has reportedly been cleared to return to against Texas A&M this weekend. Nkemdiche was taken out of the game after suffering a concussion in the first half of last week's loss to Memphis and did not return to..." October 24

  • Ole Miss' Laremy Tunsil eligible to return Oct. 24

    The Score "The saga of Laremy Tunsil's suspension appears to have come to an end. Tunsil will be suspended for a total of seven games, the NCAA notified Ole Miss on Monday. He'll be eligible to return Oct. 24 when the Rebels take on Texas A&M." October 13

  • NCAA finds Ole Miss OL Laremy Tunsil accepted extra benefits

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Ole Miss offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil is eligible to return to action for the Rebels’ Oct. 24 game against Texas A&M, the school announced Monday night. Ole Miss said in a release that it was informed of the NCAA's decision concerning Tunsil’s eligibility on Monday afternoon. In total,..." October 13

  • Ole Miss to announce NCAA's Laremy Tunsil decision next week

    CBS Sports "For better or worse for Ole Miss, the Laremy Tunsil eligibility saga is reportedly close to reaching a conclusion. The Rebels' All-American tackle has sat out each of Ole Miss' first five games over an issue of reported improper benefits. ESPN's Peter Burns and Laura Rutledge reported Saturday,..." October 10

  • Ole Miss CB Tee Shepard Quits Football, Will Remain In School

    College Spun "Ole Miss senior cornerback Tee Shepard, who battled through hearing impairment to become a Division I player, has left the Rebel program but will remain in school and obtain his degree. This news comes after it was revealed yesterday that Shepard was considering walking away from the game and..." October 08

  • Rebels LB C.J. Johnson undergoes surgery, out 4-6 games

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss middle linebacker C.J. Johnson underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee and is expected to miss four to six weeks. “The best thing I love about playing sports is that it challenges your guts and determination,” the Rebels senior wrote in a Facebook post that..." October 07

  • Ole Miss may be without Laremy Tunsil for several more games during NCAA investigation

    Sporting News - NCAAF "No. 15 Ole Miss may be without star tackle Laremy Tunsil for several more games this season amid ongoing NCAA investigations, per reports from ESPN.com. Sources told ESPN.com the largest hurdle in the investigations is a loaner car Tunsil received from Cannon Motors in Oxford, Miss. Tunsil..." September 17

  • Chad Kelly is Ole Miss' starter in week 1, at least

    The Clarion-Ledger "Chad Kelly is expected to start for Ole Miss on Saturday, but coach Hugh Freeze was not saying that for sure or naming a quarterback for the rest of the season. Freeze said that Kelly will take the first snap in practice this week and will do so on Saturday against UT-Martin (11 a.m., SEC..." August 31

  • Ole Miss defensive back transfers to TSU

    Tennessean "Former Ole Miss cornerback David Kamara has transferred to Tennessee State. Kamara, a 5-foot-10, 200-pound native of Loganville, Ga., is expected to practice with the Tigers when preseason camp opens Friday at 9:15 a.m. Kamara is a junior and eligible to play this season because he..." August 05

  • Ole Miss freshman Swinney to have surgery on stress fracture

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss' depth at running back potentially took a hit on Thursday night. Freshman Eric Swinney has a stress fracture in his leg that will require surgery, an Ole Miss spokesperson confirmed to The Clarion-Ledger. Swinney, a native of Tyrone, Georgia, was ranked as the 13th best running back..." July 18

  • Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze says it's time to change Mississippi state flag

    The Score "The Confederate flag has been a recurring topic during SEC Media Days. Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze broached the topic ahead of his SEC Media Days podium appearance, maintaining that the Confederate flag should be removed from the Mississippi state flag. "In the late '90s, our university..." July 16

  • Ole Miss offers 'full cooperation' to NCAA in Laremy Tunsil investigation

    CBS Sports "Ole Miss issued a statement Monday confirming that the NCAA and the Rebels are looking into alleged NCAA violations concerning All-SEC offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil. Tunsil's stepfather, Lindsey Miller, met with NCAA officials Friday, only days after Tunsil was arrested on a domestic violence..." July 06

  • NCAA investigating Ole Miss, questions Tunsil's stepfather

    The Clarion-Ledger "NCAA officials were here Friday and interviewed the stepfather of Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil as part of an investigation into multiple alleged rules violations by the University of Mississippi football program. The trip made by NCAA officials comes one week after Tunsil was arrested for..." July 03

  • Stepfather alleges Tunsil was with 'football agents' during fight

    The Clarion-Ledger "Lindsey Miller, the stepfather of Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil, told Lafayette County Sheriff's Department deputies on Thursday night that he and Tunsil's mother were arguing about Tunsil "riding around with football agents" at the time of the incident that led to Tunsil's arrest, according..." June 30

  • Epps' dismissal a blow to Ole Miss' tight end depth

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze described his depth at tight end as "a little thin" this spring. On Wednesday morning, it got a little thinner. Redshirt freshman tight end Sammie Epps has been dismissed for a violation of team rules, an Ole Miss spokesman said, which leaves the Rebels' future at..." June 18

  • Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell will be 'full go' by fall

    The Clarion-Ledger "Hugh Freeze spent most of his time on the Southeastern Conference spring football teleconference running down a long and winding list of injuries. At one point, Ole Miss' coach stopped midsentence to ask, "Who am I forgetting?" The build of injuries, especially along the offensive line and..." May 12

  • Ole Miss player: stepdad was man shot, killed by S. Carolina police

    College Football Talk "A tragic situation in South Carolina, as it turns out, apparently has a connection to the world of college football. Saturday morning, a white North Charleston, South Carolina, police officer shot and killed a 50-year-old black man following a traffic stop. A cellphone video of the shooting..." April 08

  • Hugh Freeze says he would vote to eliminate spring games

    Sporting News - NCAAF "For the next two Saturdays, many of the major programs in college football will wrap up practices with their annual spring games. Ole Miss will be one of those teams, but coach Hugh Freeze says he would rather have his Rebels not play in one this Saturday, according to ESPN's Mark..." April 07

  • Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly completes community service requirements

    CBS Sports "Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly has completed his community service requirements following a December arrest. Kelly was arrested Dec. 21 after getting into a fight with bouncers outside of a night club in Buffalo, N.Y. After reaching a plea agreement in January, Kelly admitted to a charge of..." March 09

  • Sean Patterson has been hired by Ole Miss

    The Clarion-Ledger "The brother of quarterback recruit Shea Patterson is officially an Ole Miss employee. Sean Patterson is in the Ole Miss online directory, with the title of "associate director for recruiting operations." He was added on Monday, although spokesman Kyle Campbell said Patterson started work on..." March 04

  • Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell Is Taking Part In Rebels’ Spring Practice

    College Spun "Roughly four months after gruesomely breaking his ankle against Auburn, Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell will be back on the field for the Rebels. With his team’s spring practice period set to begin, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze met with the media Tuesday afternoon. During his session..." March 03

  • QB Shea Patterson commits to Ole Miss for 2016

    ESPN "Shea Patterson, a four-star Class of 2016 quarterback and the No. 28-ranked prospect in the ESPNJr 300, committed to the Ole Miss Rebels over the LSU Tigers and USC Trojans on Tuesday. The No. 3-ranked pocket passer in the 2016 class is a huge coup for Hugh Freeze since the future of the..." February 17

  • LSU assistant Sean Patterson Jr. leaves LSU after brother commits to Ole Miss

    USA Today "Sean Patterson Jr. left his job as a quality control assistant with the LSU football team last week just days before his younger brother Shea Patterson, the No. 1 high school quarterback in the nation out of Calvary Academy in Shreveport, decided to commit to Ole Miss on Tuesday. Sean Patterson..." February 17

  • Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell running again in injury recovery

    SI "Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell posted an Instagram video on Sunday showing him running alongside teammate Denzel Nkemdiche as he continues to recover from a fractured fibula and dislocated ankle. Treadwell sustained the gruesome injury during a Nov. 1 game against Auburn after he was..." February 17

  • DaMarkus Lodge gives Ole Miss a big win on signing day

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss has its elite wide receiver in the class of 2015. DaMarkus Lodge of Cedar Hill, Texas just announced on ESPNU that he'll sign with the Rebels. He's a four-star wide receiver according to the 247 Sports Composite, though Scout.com considers Lodge a five-star prospect. "I'm taking my..." February 04

  • LSU LB target Leo Lewis decommits from Ole Miss

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Huge news on the recruiting trail Friday evening as Mississippi standout linebacker Leo Lewis decommitted from Ole Miss. Lewis is taking his official visit to LSU this weekend, so the timing is an extremely good sign for the Tigers. " February 01

  • Ole Miss’ Trae Elston issues mea culpa for arrest

    College Football Talk "Very early Thursday morning, two Ole Miss football players were arrested and charged. A day later, one of the two publicly apologized. Defensive back Trae Elston and wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow were each charged with disorderly conduct, while Elston had a charge of resisting arrest..." January 26

  • Two Ole Miss players arrested in Oxford

    The Clarion-Ledger "Two more Ole Miss football players are in trouble with the law. Safety Trae Elston and wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow were both arrested shortly after midnight today and charged with disorderly conduct, according to the Lafayette County Detention Center's booking log. Elston was also..." January 22

  • Former Ole Miss RB I'Tavius Mathers signs with MTSU

    DNJ "I'Tavius Mathers is coming home. The former Blackman standout running back, who announced last week that he was leaving Ole Miss after three seasons, signed a letter of intent with MTSU on Thursday. He will begin classes when the spring semester starts on Tuesday. Mathers, a 5-foot-11,..." January 16

  • Ole Miss recruit Chad Kelly agrees to plea baragin

    USA Today "Ole Miss quarterback signee Chad Kelly has reportedly agreed to a plea bargain. He has pled guilty to disorderly conduct and agreed to apologize to Buffalo police as well as perform 50 hours of community service, according to a local television report. Kelly appeared in Buffalo city court today..." January 05

  • Ole Miss QB signee Chad Kelly arrested in scuffle with police

    Buffalo News "Chad Kelly, a former local high school football star who signed a major college football scholarship offer last week, was arrested early Sunday after police say he fought with bouncers trying to evict him and a companion from a downtown bar and restaurant and later scuffled with police. Kelly,..." December 22

  • Auburn, Ole Miss plan stadium upgrades to keep up with SEC West

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The on-field competition in the SEC West is brutal enough among the likes of Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss and Mississippi State. The same be said for their football stadiums. It's a fierce arms race for all those schools to upgrade their facilities and gain a competitive edge for recruits and..." December 17

  • Ole Miss' Aaron Morris will miss bowl game with torn ACL

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss guard Aaron Morris will miss the Peach Bowl with a torn ACL. It is the same knee he injured in 2013, causing him to miss the last 12 games of that season. Morris, a redshirt junior, started 11 games this season at left guard. Coach Hugh Freeze said Morris tore his ACL before the Egg..." December 16

  • Former Clemson QB Chad Kelly tweets he's going to Ole Miss

    Yahoo! Sports "Chad Kelly is heading to Ole Miss in 2015. The former Clemson quarterback tweeted he was a Rebel on Wednesday. Kelly was dismissed from Clemson in April for "conduct detrimental to the program." He was competing with Cole Stoudt and freshman Deshaun Watson to be Clemson's starting quarterback..." December 11

  • Hugh Freeze agrees to deal with Ole Miss

    ESPN "Ole Miss coach Huge Freeze, who has been rumored to be a candidate for the Florida Gators' coaching vacancy, has agreed to a contract extension with the Rebels, it was announced Tuesday. Freeze and Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork announced the agreement Tuesday morning on Twitter. The..." December 02

  • FBI investigating note threatening Ole Miss' Grove

    CBS Sports "It appears the Mississippi State fan base might have its own Harvey Updyke. The FBI is looking into a note that threatened to damage the trees and shrubs of The Grove on the Ole Miss campus. The note was signed "Hail State." "What's going to happen to ya'll on the field Saturday Aint nothing..." November 26

  • Auburn's Kris Frost plans to reach out to injured Ole Miss star Laquon Treadwell

    Alabama "Auburn linebacker Kris Frost wasn't sure how he was going to get up field. Frost blitzed over the center on Ole Miss' crucial pass to Laquon Treadwell with 90 seconds remaining Saturday. Auburn called a zero blitz on the play. Two players missed tackles, changing Treadwell's trajectory and..." November 03

  • Denzel Nkemdiche done for season

    ESPN "Ole Miss redshirt junior linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a broken ankle in Saturday's 10-7 loss at LSU. Coach Hugh Freeze confirmed Nkemdiche's injury to ESPN.com and said that Nkemdiche underwent ankle surgery Sunday. Nkemdiche, who had..." October 27

  • Mississippi governor declares Oct. 4, 2014, as “Football Celebration Saturday”

    College Football Talk "The events of Oct. 4, 2014, will live in the hearts and minds of Magnolia State residents forever. Now, governor Phil Bryant has made sure Saturday’s glorious afternoon and evening will be forever remembered in a legal sense, declaring Saturday, October 4 as “Football Celebration Day” on..." October 07

  • Sources: Mississippi under investigation for rules violations in multiple sports

    Yahoo! Sports "The University of Mississippi athletic program is under investigation by the NCAA for potential rules violations in multiple sports. Athletic director Ross Bjork confirmed to Yahoo Sports on Wednesday that Ole Miss “is working with the NCAA” in an ongoing investigation. Bjork said the school..." October 03

  • Anthony Alford is leaving the Ole Miss program

    The Clarion-Ledger "Anthony Alford has settled on one sport. The former Mr. Football and Mr. Baseball winner has left the Ole Miss football program in order to play baseball fulltime. Alford is a member of the Toronto Blue Jays organization after the club drafted him in the third round of the 2012 MLB player..." September 30

  • 4-star offensive lineman Drew Richmond commits to SEC West school over Alabama, others

    Alabama "One of the country's top offensive tackles announced his commitment to Ole Miss on Tuesday morning. The 6-foot-5, 320-pound Richmond is the No. 1 prospect in the state of Tennessee on the 247Sports composite and the No. 7-ranked offensive tackle nationally. "Laremy Tunsil (offensive tackle..." September 10

  • Ole Miss WR Sammie Epps arrested for no driver's license, marijuana possession

    Biloxi Sun Herald "Ole Miss freshman wide receiver Sammie Epps was arrested in Oxford last Friday night, according to various sources, and it has been confirmed by Ole Miss. It was first reported by the Oxford Citizen. He was charged with driving with no driver's license and possession of marijuana in a motor..." August 19

  • 4-star recruit Benito Jones flips from Alabama to Ole Miss

    The Clarion-Ledger "Class of 2016 four-star Benito Jones on Sunday flipped his commitment from Alabama to Ole Miss. With Jones on board, the Rebels now have commitments from the state's top two 2016 prospects. "Ole Miss has just been on me hardest," Jones said. ".... (Ole Miss wants to) win a championship in..." August 19

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Nebraska's Bo Pelini calls out Ole Miss for ... something

    SB Nation "Damore'ea Stringfellow looked like he was going to Nebraska, but now he favors Ole Miss. Pelini isn't happy. Former Washington wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow is in the process of transferring to another FBS school, and Nebraska was his chosen destination -- that is, until he visited..." July 30

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