Weeks after the Southeastern Conference announced each team would continue to play eight conference football games per season, the league announced a 12-year rotation of non-division opponents for SEC football schedules through 2025.
Ole Miss will continue to play six games against SEC Western Division opponents, as well as permanent SEC Eastern Division opponent Vanderbilt on a home and away basis beginning in 2014.
Ole Miss will play Alabama, Auburn and Mississippi State at home this season, and Arkansas, LSU and Texas A&M away, and that will alternate home and away through 2025.
Ole Miss will play each of the other six SEC East schools once at home and once away during the 12-year rotation, starting with a home game against Tennessee in 2014, followed by an away game at Florida in 2015.
2014 vs. Tennessee
2015 at Florida
2016 vs. Georgia
2017 at Kentucky
2018 vs. South Carolina
2019 at Missouri
2020 vs. Florida
2021 at Tennessee
2022 vs. Kentucky
2023 at Georgia
2024 vs. Missouri
2025 at South Carolina
(Permanent opponents in 2014: Home - Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State; Away - Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt. Sites will alternate home and away through 2025.)
Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork and Ole Miss Athletics Foundation executive director Keith Carter announced Monday that the Forward Together Campaign has reached $110 million in cash and pledges. The total campaign goal is $150 million. Below are three new videos of interest. Fans can also live video feed of the ongoing construction, as well as a photo gallery displaying the renovations and expansion of the Manning Center.
Forward Together: Trailer from Ole Miss Rebels on Vimeo.
Forward Together: Arena Fly-Through from Ole Miss Rebels on Vimeo.
Forward Together: We Are Ole Miss from Ole Miss Rebels on Vimeo.
For more information about the Forward Together Campaign, and to receive information about how you can contribute, go to ForwardTogetherRebels.com or call the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation at 662-915-7159.
Ole Miss clinched the SEC Western Championship and locked up the second overall seed in the SEC Tournament as the Rebels won two of three games at Texas A&M this past weekend. With the series win, Ole Miss finished the regular season 40-16 overall and 19-11 in SEC play and moved up two spots in week's official RPI rankings, from No. 15 to No. 13.
Fellow SEC national seed contenders Vanderbilt and South Carolina are Nos. 6 and 8, respectively. Other national seed contenders of note are Louisiana-Lafayette (7), Miami (FL) (12) and TCU (14).
As far as the RPI top 25 and top 50, there are a couple of Ole Miss opponents to watch entering conference tournament play this week. Kentucky and Alabama each fell three spots to Nos. 22 and 24, respectively. Arkansas and UCF each moved more solidly into the RPI top 50 to Nos. 41 and 46, respectively, while Georgia fell 10 spots to No. 55.
The Rebels will open SEC Tournament play with either No. 7 seed Arkansas (No. 41 RPI) or No. 10 seed Texas A&M (No. 33) on Wednesday, followed by No. 3 seed LSU (No. 16), No. 6 seed Vanderbilt (No. 6) or No. 11 seed Tennessee (No. 45) on Thursday.
Perfect Game's Kendall Rogers had Ole Miss among his eight national seeds, while Baseball America's Aaron Fitt had Vanderbilt replacing Ole Miss as a national seed in last week's projections. After Ole Miss' series win over Texas A&M, Rogers still had the Rebels in as the eighth and final national seed with South Carolina and TCU, among other teams also in the mix for a national seed.
Here's a brief look at the NCAA Tournament resume and remaining schedule for Ole Miss, as well as the NCAA Tournament resumes for Florida, LSU and South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Ole Miss Rebels
40-16 Overall | 19-11 SEC (2nd)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 22
Record against RPI top 25: 5-7
Record against RPI top 50: 14-11
Record against RPI top 100: 21-14
Road Record: 15-7
37-19 Overall | 21-9 SEC (1st)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 1
Record against RPI top 25: 14-7
Record against RPI top 50: 22-13
Record against RPI top 100: 29-17
Road Record: 12-8
40-14-1 Overall | 17-11-1 SEC (3rd)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 45
Record against RPI top 25: 4-8
Record against RPI top 50: 12-12
Record against RPI top 100: 18-12-1
Road Record: 10-9
South Carolina Gamecocks
42-14 Overall | 18-12 SEC (t-4th)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 34
Record against RPI top 25: 8-7
Record against RPI top 50: 12-9
Record against RPI top 100: 23-12
Road Record: 8-9
40-16 Overall | 17-13 SEC (6th)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 4
Record against RPI top 25: 8-6
Record against RPI top 50: 18-14
Record against RPI top 100: 24-15
Road Record: 13-7
As we dwindle down our list of top moments from the Coach Chadwick era, which will officially come to a close at the end of the NCAA Individual Championships next weekend, today's moment No. 3 represents the true epitome of a student-athlete.
In 2009, two-time All-American Bram ten Berge was recognized by the Southeastern Conference for his excellence in the classroom. Ten Berge was honored by being named the 2009 Boyd McWhorter Southeastern Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year. He was voted by all the Faculty Athletics Representatives from the SEC. As part of the award, ten Berge received a $15,000 postgraduate scholarship. He graduated with a 3.97 GPA, made the Chancellor's Honor Roll every semester, and was a four-time ITA Scholar-Athlete recipient.
Ten Berge not only took care of his business in the classroom, he took care of business on the court. He ended the 2009 season ranked No. 3 in the nation in doubles while spending 14 weeks ranked No. 1. As a team captain, ten Berge was an All-SEC first team selection and led the Rebels to the NCAA Elite Eight and a final ranking of No. 4.
We will conclude our top moments next week. However, we will have a couple of bonus moments that have recently come to light. Stay tuned next week to catch the remaining moments from the era of Coach Chadwick, as well as some exciting and noteworthy bonus moments.
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With a series win over Georgia, Ole Miss remained in first place in the Southeastern Conference Western Division and can clinch the division with at least two wins at Texas A&M this weekend. However, for the second straight week, the Rebels dropped in this week's official RPI rankings, from No. 12 to No. 15.
Arkansas, which Ole Miss won two of three games against earlier this season, moved up four spots to No. 50, while Alabama, which swept the Rebels earlier this season moved more solidly into the RPI top 25 to No. 21.
Ole Miss finishes the regular season with a midweek contest at Arkansas State (No. 60), followed by a three-game series at Texas A&M (No. 35). UCF, which Ole Miss swept earlier this season, is another opponent to watch in the RPI rankings, as the Golden Knights dropped eight spots to No. 48.
Both Baseball America's Aaron Fitt and Perfect Game's Kendall Rogers had Ole Miss among their eight national seeds in last week's projections, and the Rebels remain in both the regional host and national seed discussion with one weekend left in the regular season.
Here are some Ole Miss-related questions and answers from Fitt's weekly chat on Monday:
Q: Is it a given that either Rice or TCU gets a national seed, and are they competing with each other for one? If so, how is that race shaping up? Is any other Lone Star program in the national seed conversation?
A: I'd hesitate to say it's a "given" that one of them will be a national seed, because there's still a lot of competition for those eight spots; there are three very strong ACC contenders and there will probably be three strong SEC contenders (Florida, Ole Miss, and the Vandy/South Carolina series winner), plus Oregon State and Louisiana-Lafayette and Indiana. Frogs and Owls must both continue to play at a high level; and I do believe they are probably both competing for one spot. Right now, I lean toward TCU because it plays in a better league and is 14-8 vs. the top 50, vs. Rice's 8-9. And no, I don't see another team from the state in the national seed mix. Houston has a great RPI, but being in third place in the AAC (three games back, too) really hurts.
Q: Hey Aaron, do you still see Ole Miss being a national seed if they win their series against A&M this week and is Florida still a national seed if they lose this week to Tennessee?
A: Yes on Ole Miss. Feel like Florida is probably safe even if it loses this weekend -- Gators had such a cushion to work with in the standings and in the RPI, and all those top 25 and top 50 wins are loud.
Here are some Ole Miss-related questions and answers from Rogers's weekly chat on Monday:
Q: Hey Kendall, big fan here. I was wondering who you think from the SEC will get a national seed draw. Do you think two could get one? Thanks.
A: I anticipate having Ole Miss and Florida still in as national seeds this week. I could see the SEC getting a third national seed, and right now, I would give that to Vanderbilt. I'd also keep an eye on South Carolina if the Gamecocks take that series from the Commodores this weekend. Right now I'd go with two national seeds, but three absolutely far from out of the question.
Q: Will a series win at Texas A&M secure at national seed spot for Ole Miss?
A: Would be pretty hard to deny at that point. Would mean OM finished the season exactly the way the committee would like to see it finish.
Q: What does Ole Miss have to do to host?
A: OM is hosting barring some 0-3 vs. A&M, and 0-2 in the SEC tournament type of deal ....
Here's a brief look at the NCAA Tournament resume and remaining schedule for Ole Miss, as well as the NCAA Tournament resumes for Alabama, Florida, LSU and South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Ole Miss Rebels
37-15 Overall | 17-10 SEC (2nd)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 23
Record against RPI top 25: 5-7
Record against RPI top 50: 14-11
Record against RPI top 100: 18-13
Road Record: 12-6
Remaining Schedule: at Arkansas State (No. 60), 3 at Texas A&M (No. 35)
Alabama Crimson TIde
32-19 Overall | 14-12 SEC (7th)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 10
Record against RPI top 25: 8-9
Record against RPI top 50: 13-13
Record against RPI top 100: 19-17
Road Record: 10-10
Remaining Schedule: at Jacksonville State (No. 101), 3 vs. Mississippi State (No. 42)
34-18 Overall | 19-8 SEC (1st)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 1
Record against RPI top 25: 14-7
Record against RPI top 50: 23-12
Record against RPI top 100: 27-16
Road Record: 10-7
Remaining Schedule: South Florida (No. 143), 3 at Tennessee (No. 44)
36-14-1 Overall | 14-11-1 SEC (6th)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 48
Record against RPI top 25: 4-8
Record against RPI top 50: 14-12-1
Record against RPI top 100: 15-12-1
Road Record: 7-9
Remaining Schedule: Northwestern State (No. 133), 3 at Auburn (No. 68)
South Carolina Gamecocks
39-13 Overall | 16-11 SEC (t-3rd)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 34
Record against RPI top 25: 6-6
Record against RPI top 50: 14-10
Record against RPI top 100: 18-11
Road Record: 6-8
Remaining Schedule: The Citadel (No. 202), 3 at Vanderbilt (No. 7)
38-14 Overall | 16-11 SEC (t-3rd)
Strength of Schedule (Warren Nolan): 11
Record against RPI top 25: 7-4
Record against RPI top 50: 17-12
Record against RPI top 100: 22-14
Road Record: 13-7
Remaining Schedule: Southeast Missouri State (No. 75), 3 vs. South Carolina (No. 12)
In 2009, history was made at Ole Miss and in the NCAA. Not by a seasoned veteran or a fourth-year senior. History was made by an 18-year-old true freshman - he beat those more experienced players and seniors. And at the end of the day, checking in at moment No. 4, Ole Miss' freshman phenom Devin Britton was the last man standing.
In 2009, Britton became the first player in Ole Miss history to win the NCAA Singles Championship. Not only did Britton set Ole Miss records, he set new national records in doing so. Britton, who became the first American-born player in the past nine years to win the singles title, became the youngest player in NCAA history to win the singles championship. Britton became only the third freshman to ever win the national title, and surpassed a 19-year-old John McEnroe of Stanford to become the youngest ever. Britton defeated three seeded players throughout his national title run, including ending Ohio State senior Steven Moneke's 22-match win streak in the championship match.
Britton would receive a wildcard spot in the U.S. Open where he faced a player named Roger Federer in the opening round. Not to be intimidated, Britton would break the No. 1 seed twice despite losing in straight sets (as did most players at that time). Britton created a lot of buzz, but has since returned to Ole Miss to finish his degree and is assisting his former coach Billy Chadwick with the Rebel netters.
Next up, we'll recognize a prestigious award by a Rebel player for not only his play on the court, but also for his excellence in the classroom. Stay tuned to check out the winner of the highest award for a student-athlete in the SEC.
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Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review
May 5-11, 2014
- Ole Miss maintained its lead in the SEC Western Division standings with a series win over Georgia this past weekend.
- Junior outfielder Auston Bousfield continues to lead the SEC in batting average and hits, and drove in both runs in Sunday's 2-1 win in 10 innings.
- Junior right-handed pitcher Chris Ellis improved to 8-0 on the year with the win over Georgia in the series opener Friday.
- With the series win, Ole Miss is now tied with Georgia in the all-time series 37-37.
- Ole Miss closes out the regular season at Arkansas State on Tuesday and at Texas A&M this weekend.
- The Rebels rallied to defeat No. 30 Northwestern 4-1 to advance to the second round of the NCAA Championships before falling in a tight match to No. 13 Notre Dame 4-2. The Rebels' season ends at 16-14 overall. They made their 21st consecutive NCAA appearance.
- Freshman Ricardo Jorge went 3-0 in singles and doubles in the NCAAs, winning both his singles matches in straight sets, to put the Rebels on the board in both matches after they had dropped the doubles point.
- Senior Johan Backstrom rallied to clinch the win over Northwestern, the second time he has clinched a win in the NCAA Championships.
- With the Rebels' team season coming to a close, the 35-year career of head coach Billy Chadwick comes to an end with five overall SEC championships, 10 SEC West titles, three SEC Tournament championships, 23 NCAA appearances, one NCAA finals appearance, four NCAA Final Four appearances, nine NCAA quarterfinal appearances and 16 Sweet Sixteen appearances.
- Junior Nik Scholtz will compete in the NCAA Singles Championship beginning May 21 in Athens, Ga. He is seeded 9-16, marking the third straight year for the South African to be seeded.
- The Rebels came back to defeat No. 26 Texas Tech in an exciting 4-3 match to advance to the second round of the NCAA Championships before falling to No. 3 UCLA 4-0. The Rebels ended the season at 14-10 overall. They made their sixth straight NCAA appearance under head coach Mark Beyers.
- Junior Julia Jones rallied after dropping a close first set tiebreaker to win 6-2 in the third and clinch the opening win for the Rebels. The win improved the series lead against Texas Tech to 3-1. Jones finished the year with a team-leading 27-11 overall record, 16-7 in dual matches. She earned All-SEC second team honors after going 8-5 in the SEC. Jones also teamed with freshman Zalina Khairudinova for a 15-6 record in doubles.
- Junior Erin Stephens ended the year on an 11-match winning streak.
- Senior Caroline Rohde-Moe ended her four-year career with an 84-58 overall record. She earned All-SEC honors twice and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Mississippi.
- Sophomore Abby Newton competed in the 2014 NCAA East Regional and finished 38th in the individual standings.
- The Katy, Texas, native saved her best round for the final day, firing a 2-under-par 70, giving her a three-day score of 220. The 70 was her first round under par this spring.
- She also nailed an eagle on opening day action Thursday, her first this season and the third for an Ole Miss player this spring.
After giving up a run in the first, Sam Smith and Jeremy Massie kept Georgia off the scoreboard for the rest of the game and Auston Bousfield delivered the big hit, as Ole Miss clinched the weekend series with a 2-1 win in 10 innings. It was the Rebels' seventh walk-off win and their first since April 4.
Smith posted his ninth quality start, his first since a stretch of eight quality starts from March 2 to April 19, as he gave up just one run on seven hits with no walks and three strikeouts in seven innings, which is tied for his second-longest outing of his career. Over his last three innings, he allowed just one base runner.
"He was great," head coach Mike Bianco said. "Even in the first inning, where they scored a run, they were good pitches. They were balls that happened to find holes, and they happened to be running on one of them, which a guy goes from first to third, and he ends up giving up a run. The first couple of innings, he gave up some hits, but they were not necessarily bad pitches. He had better stuff and command today.
"His last two or three innings were better than his first two or three innings. That's saying a lot. Usually that doesn't happen as much for him. Usually he gets a little tired. He caught his second wind somewhere around the fifth inning and really made some pitches."
From there, it was all Jeremy Massie, who worked three innings of scoreless relief. He allowed just one hit with no walks and four strikeouts, retiring the last seven batters he faced. It was his third-straight relief appearance, which also included four scoreless innings against Kentucky on April 27.
"He's very mature," said Bianco of the move to the bullpen. "He pitches with a lot of confidence. He does what he does well. Some people complicate it. Some people think that you have to do something if you're a starter or a reliever. It's a great lesson for our young guys to watch. Most of them usually start out as a deliver. He's been both. He's been terrific since we have moved him back to the bullpen."
"He's very important to us," Errol Robinson said. "Every time he gets in the game, he's doing something to get productive out, gets ground balls and a strikeout here and there. He's been so important to us.
With the win, Ole Miss improves to 37-15 overall and 17-10 in SEC play and finishes the regular season with a 25-7 record at home. The Rebels can clinch the SEC West with two wins at Texas A&M next weekend.
Georgia evened the series, as Robert Tyler tossed his first career complete-game shutout in a 2-0 win. Ole Miss was shutout for just the second time this season and held to three hits, which tied a season low.
"He was just terrific," said head coach Mike Bianco of Tyler. "Going in, we knew that he had a big-time fast ball, and today he threw an outstanding change-up. When you have that kind of fast ball and you're able to mix your off-speed in, it makes it really difficult. They didn't give us any opportunities. We didn't have many base runners on.
"On the opposite end, you have to your hat, too, because they got some clutch base hits, base hits with runners in scoring position that won them the game. It's a tough one. He was really good, and we weren't good enough today."
Ole Miss had a runner in scoring position with less than two outs just once, back in the first inning, when Braxton Lee led off the inning with a double to left. The next batter, Auston Bousfield, attempted to lay down a bunt to advance Lee, but Tyler threw Lee out at third.
"It's a signal given to him that we want him to move the runner up," said Bianco of the play. "He has the option to bunt. He's so good with the bat. He can do either, and he felt he could get it down. We could be really critical about that, but we're critical because it didn't work. We have bunted so many times this year and have had success. It's not about that. Sometime you steal, and you get thrown out. Sometimes you bunt, and they get the lead runner."
"I put the bunt down, and Braxton was thrown out," Bousfield said. "I was trying just move him over with a sac bunt. The pitcher made a good play and threw him out. Good play by him."
Offensively, Georgia scored its two runs on a pair of 2-out RBI, one in the eighth and one in the ninth. Before the first 2-out RBI, the Bulldogs had been 1-for-10 with runners on base and 0-for-6 with runners in scoring position, leaving seven runners on base.
Bousfield led off the ninth with a hit by pitch, just the second leadoff batter to reach base for the game, but Tyler retired the next three batters in order. He allowed just three with no walks, a hit by pitch and four strikeouts over nine innings.
"He has a great arm, 95-97 mph most of the game," said Bousfield, whose 21-game hit streak was snapped with a 0-for-3 game. "He was throwing a really change-up up there and flipping a curve ball in when he needed to. You have to tip your cap. That's a really good pitcher they threw out on the mound, and we really weren't able to do much with him."
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