• This is the Rebels’ 19th postseason appearance and 12th under head coach Mike Bianco. Ole Miss improved its all-time NCAA record to 47-39. • Ole Miss is hosting its sixth NCAA Regional and first since 2009. The Rebels have won 13 of their last 14 NCAA Regional games in Oxford. • The Rebels won their 43rd game of the year, which is the fourth-most in school history. • The all-time series between Ole Miss and Washington is tied at 1-1. • Ole Miss now has a 9-8 record this season in games against top-25 ranked teams. • The Rebels improved to 11-8 in one-run contests this year. • Sophomore LHP Christian Trent improved to 9-0, pitching 6.1 innings of one-run ball with six strikeouts and only one walk. His nine wins are tied for 11th-most in a season in school history. • Senior RHP Aaron Greenwood picked up his fourth save of the year. He closed out the game with 2.2 shutout innings, allowing one hit and striking out four. • Junior OF Auston Bousfield connected on his sixth home run of the season and drove in his 48th RBI. • Senior 3B Austin Anderson went 3-for-4 to improve his season batting average to .339, third-best on the team. • The Rebels will play in tomorrow’s regional championship game (2 p.m.) against the winner between Washington and Georgia Tech. It will be the Rebels’ seventh championship appearance in their last nine regionals.
• The Washington Huskies fall to 20-17 all time in NCAA play after their 2-1 defeat. • The Huskies are now 1-1 against the Rebels in all-time meetings between the schools, with the victory coming in the 2004 Oxford Regional. • After the loss, the Huskies are 35-7 this season when keeping opponents fewer than four runs. • Washington drops to 10-4 in one-run games this season. • Junior RHP Jeff Brigham went 7.0 innings this afternoon, tying his longest outing of the year. • Sophomore 1B Brandon Berry went 3-for-4 in the contest and had half of the hits for the Huskies. • UW’s next game is against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at 7 tonight in an elimination game.
By Steven Oubre, Ole Miss Athletics Media RelationsOle Miss raced past another non-conference opponent at home this week. The Rebels returned to their usual form after a conference loss at Florida last week, racking up 665 yards of total offense,... read more
Ole Miss' historic win over Alabama last Saturday was not only popular with members of Rebel Nation, it was among the most-watched college football games of the year.The Rebels' thrilling 43-37 victory over the Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium was the... read more
By Steven Oubre, Ole Miss Athletics Media RelationsThe road to the College Football Playoff includes many tests along the way. The Ole Miss Rebels (3-0, 1-0 SEC) just passed their first, proving that they are a legitimate contender after knocking... read more
Offense, defense and special teams. Ole Miss dominated all three aspects of the game as the 15th-ranked Rebels routed UT Martin 76-3 in the season opener. The 60,186 fans, mostly dressed in white, anticipated an exciting start to the 2015... read more
It's finally here...game week! It's been 242 days since the Ole Miss Rebels last took to the gridiron for a clash of the helmets. After a successful 2014 campaign in which Ole Miss knocked off a No. 1-ranked team... read more
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE ATLANTA - On Saturday, fans can tune in to see the Rebels duo of Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze and former Ole Miss basketball player Sean Tuohy compete in the Chick-fil-A... read more
Only 50 days until The Grove is full, the constant shouts of "Hotty Toddy" are in the air, and football kicks off 100 years in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium! Looking forward to this upcoming college football season, seven Rebels were named to... read more
As we near the 2015 college football season, national organizations have started to release watch lists for their respective awards. Through the first week of watch lists being released, multiple Rebels have been announced as players that fans need to... read more
Along with head coach Hugh Freeze, three Rebels will represent Ole Miss at the annual SEC Football Media Days next week. Junior Evan Engram, just named to the John Mackey Award Watch List for college football's most outstanding tight end,... read more
Five Ole Miss Rebels were chosen as preseason All-SEC selections by some of the people who work closest with the student-athletes, the football media relations directors. The 14 football media relations directors of the Southeastern Conference institutions voted in the... read more
The preseason accolades just don't stop for the Ole Miss football team. Everywhere you look, Rebels can be found on preseason All-America teams. Lindy's Sports recognized seven Rebels for preseason honors, including four All-Americans. Four Ole Miss Football Rebels were... read more
With the season just 74 days away, members of the 2015 Ole Miss football team continue to earn recognition on Preseason All-America lists. Athlon Sports, the latest media outlet to release its 2015 college football preseason All-America team, gave five... read more
Preseason All-America football teams continue to roll in, and Ole Miss has been well represented each time.Today, the Sporting News unveiled its preseason All-America first and second teams, which includes a total of four Rebels.OT Laremy Tunsil and DT Robert... read more
Individual preseason accolades continue to pile up for the Ole Miss football team as college football magazines look toward the 2015 season. Athlon Sports is the latest magazine to release its preseason all-conference teams, June 10; the magazine named nine... read more