Rebels Travel To Tuscaloosa Saturday

Jan. 26, 2000

OXFORD, Miss. - The Ole Miss Rebels (13-6, 1-5 SEC) will take to the road again on Jan. 29 when they travel to Tuscaloosa, Ala., to meet the Alabama Crimson Tide (9-8, 2-3 SEC) in a Southeastern Conference Western Division showdown. The contest is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. (CT) at Coleman Coliseum. The Rebels enter Saturday's contest after recording their first conference victory of the season last Saturday, a 79-77 overtime win over then-No. 4 Auburn. The win ended Ole Miss' five-game losing streak with setbacks to Arkansas, No. 6 Florida, Mississippi State, No. 12 Tennessee and No. 18 Kentucky. The Crimson Tide enter Saturday's contest after a loss to Florida, 77-73 at Coleman Coliseum last Saturday.

Saturday's game will be the 144th meeting between the two schools. The Crimson Tide hold a 102-41 lead in the series, which began in 1921. Last season, the two teams split their meetings, with Ole Miss winning 78-60 in Oxford and Alabama winning 78-74 in Tuscaloosa. Alabama holds a 57-8 lead in games played in Tuscaloosa. The last time Ole Miss won in Coleman Coliseum was the 1997-98 campaign, a 74-63 win on Jan. 10, 1998. Prior to that victory in Tuscaloosa, the Rebels had lost five straight to the Crimson Tide in Coleman Coliseum, with the last Ole Miss win coming in the 1991-92 season (78-77 win).

Ole Miss (13-6, 1-5) at Alabama (9-8, 2-3)
Saturday, January 29 - 7:00 p.m. (CT)
Coleman Coliseum - Tuscaloosa, Ala.

* Based on last game's starters

No.Player (Yr.)Pos.Ht.Wt.PPG/RPGHometown
11Jason Harrison (So.)G5-51507.6/2.7Little Rock, Ark.
22Jason Flanigan (Jr.)G6-11758.2/2.8Little Rock, Ark.
24Marcus Hicks (Sr.)F6-620014.6/5.8Jackson, Tenn.
25Lataryl Williams (Sr.)F6-72009.5/3.0Oxford, Miss.
44Rahim Lockhart (Jr.)F6-825012.7/8.7Mendenhall, Miss.


No.Player (Yr.)Pos.Ht.Wt.PPG/RPGHometown
15Ray Waddell (Jr.)G5-91651.1/0.6Philadelphia, Miss.
20Jason Holmes (Jr.)G6-52004.3/1.8Tylertown, Miss.
21Darrian Brown (So.)G/F6-62007.2/3.5West Memphis, Ark.
23Syniker Taylor (Fr.)G6-01952.2/1.4Gulfport, Miss.
30Josh Hayes (Fr.)G6-71905.0/2.0Little Rock, Ark.#
31John Gunn (Fr.)F/C6-102453.5/1.9Oxford, Miss.
32Emmanuel Wade (Fr.)G6-31854.0/1.5Marianna, Ark.
45Richard Kirklin (Fr.)F6-92002.1/1.9Pine Bluff, Ark.
54John Engstrom (So.)C7-02450.8/1.2Paragould, Ark.

# - will seek a medical redshirt at the end of the season

Rebels on Television and Radio

Television: None

Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network (David Kellum, play-by-play, Sean Tuohy, color analyst, Stan Sandroni, pregame/halftime/postgame host)


Second Game - February 24, 1999
Alabama 78, Ole Miss 74

Alabama's Brian Williams scored a game-high 25 points, including hitting two free throws with 8.5 seconds left, to lift the Crimson Tide to a 78-74 Southeastern Conference victory over Ole Miss. Williams' two free throws gave Alabama a 76-74 lead, and after the Rebels were unable to tie the game, Tarik London canned two more free throws with under a second left to seal the victory.

Jeremy Hays (14 points), Chris Rollins (13) and Sam Haginas (10) also scored in double figures for Alabama. Hays also led the Crimson Tide on the boards with 11 rebounds.

Jason Smith led Ole Miss with a career-high tying 24 points, while Keith Carter and Michael White added 14 and 13 points, respectively. Smith and Marcus Hicks led the Rebels with seven rebounds apiece.

Alabama held a 69-58 lead with 4:57 remaining in the game when Ole Miss began its comeback. Lockhart's four straight points (2 FT, 1 FG) cut the Crimson Tide lead to 69-62 at the 4:31 mark. Smith then followed with consecutive baskets to slice the lead to 69-66 with 3:56 left.

After the teams traded baskets, Lockhart and Smith each hit one free throw to cut the Alabama lead to 71-70 with 1:13 remaining. A Haginas bucket increased the Tide lead to 73-70 with 53 seconds left, but Smith quickly cut the lead to 73-72 with two free throws. After one London free throw made the score 74-72, Lockhart tied the game at 74-all with 11 seconds remaining, setting up the game's final frantic seconds.

In the first half, the contest was tied at 18-all, but an 8-1 run gave Alabama a 26-19 advantage at the 6:58 mark. The Crimson Tide was able to hold on to that lead for the remainder of the game.

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Ole Miss3638-74

Officials: Herring, Day, Maxwell
Attendance: 6,665


First Game - January 6, 1999
Ole Miss 78, Alabama 60

Sophomore Rahim Lockhart scored a career-high 21 points, and senior All-America candidate Keith Carter added 19 points to lead Ole Miss to a 78-60 Southeastern Conference victory over Alabama. The win was head coach Rod Barnes' first conference win. Junior Marcus Hicks also scored in double figures for the Rebels with 13 points.

Brian Williams led Alabama with 18 points, while MC Mazique and Chris Rollins each added 10 points apiece. Mazique led the Crimson Tide on the boards with eight rebounds.

Alabama jumped out to an early 9-5 lead, but Ole Miss roared back with a 24-6 run over a 10-minute span to take a 29-15 lead with 5:12 left in the first half. The Crimson Tide cut the Rebel lead to six at 31-25. Carter then hit four free throws to close the half, giving the Rebels a 35-25 halftime lead.

After the break, Ole Miss used a 14-4 spurt to take command of the contest with a 49-29 advantage. The run was keyed by the Rebel defense and three-pointers by Carter and Jason Harrison.

The Rebels shot 58.8 percent from the field and 57.1 percent from the three-point line. Alabama hit 55.8 percent from the floor. The Crimson Tide won the battle of the boards by a 28-23 count.


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Ole Miss3543-78

Officials: Donato, Hess, O'Neill
Attendance: 6,652

Alabama brings a 9-8 overall record and a 2-3 Southeastern Conference mark into Saturday's game. The Crimson Tide dropped a narrow 77-73 decision to Florida in their last outing on Jan. 22. Alabama has a 2-1 record at home versus SEC opponents, posting conference victories over Mississippi State (77-74, ot) and Arkansas (73-64) and falling to Florida. Sophomore forward Schea Cotton leads four Crimson Tide players in double figures with a 15.5 scoring average. In SEC play, Cotton has raised his average to 18.6 points per contest. Alabama's other double figure scorers are freshman Erwin Dudley (11.2 ppg), freshman Rod Grizzard (11.1 ppg) and freshman Terrance Meade (10.7 ppg). Dudley also leads Alabama on the boards (8.4 rpg) and in field goal percentage (49.6). The Crimson Tide are shooting 43.9 percent from the field, 36 percent from the three-point line and 69.7 percent from the charity stripe. In SEC play, Alabama has really found its touch from the arc (39.3 percent ) and the foul line (71.2 percent), as the Tide are ranked in the top three in the league in both categories. Alabama is averaging 75.4 points and 42.5 boards per contest. The Crimson Tide are out-rebounding their opposition by an average of 7.6 boards (42.5-34.9) per game.

* Based on last game's starters

No.Player (Yr.)Pos.Ht.Wt.PPG/RPGHometown
4Schea Cotton (So.)F6-521515.5/4.9Long Beach, Calif.
21Rod Grizzard (Fr.)F6-818611.1/5.2Birmingham, Ala.
35Erwin Dudley (Fr.)C6-822511.2/8.4Uniontown, Ala.
5Tarik Lonson (Jr.)G6-11902.0/1.8Savannah, Ga.
14Terrance Meade (Fr.)G6-218010.7/3.3Scottsboro, Ala.


No.Player (Yr.)Pos.Ht.Wt.PPG/RPGHometown
42Kenny Walker (Fr.)F6-92148.1/5.6Jacksonville, Fla.
20Doc Martin (Jr.)G6-31936.5/3.7Tuscaloosa, Ala.
43Sam Haginas (So.)F6-82355.8/3.6Mobile, Ala.
40Alfred Moss (Sr.)C6-82101.8/1.6Newnan, Ga.

Rod Barnes is in his second season at the helm of the Ole Miss Rebel basketball program. With the Rebels' win over then-No. 4 Auburn on Jan. 22, Barnes' overall coaching record now stands at 33-19. In his first season in 1998-99, Barnes guided Ole Miss to a 20-13 overall record and a third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. The Satartia, Miss., native became the first head coach in the history of Rebel basketball to win 20 games in his first season. Last season, Barnes also guided the Rebels to a 72-70 win over Villanova in the NCAA Tournament first round, marking the program's first-ever victory in NCAA play. Barnes was hired as the Rebel head coach on April 9, 1998, after Rob Evans left to take the h ead coaching position at Arizona State on April 6. A 1988 graduate of Ole Miss, Barnes served as an assistant under Evans from 1993-98. During his time as an assistant coach, the Rebels compiled a record of 76-63 and won back-to-back Southeastern Conference Western Division titles and received consecutive NCAA Tournament berths in 1997 and 1998. Barnes played at Ole Miss from 1984-88 and was named All-SEC his senior season. He still ranks on the Ole Miss career charts in scoring (17th, 1,201 points), assists (2nd, 456) and steals (6th, 154).

The Rebels had a case of deja vu last Saturday (Jan. 22) with their 79-77 win over then-No. 4 Auburn. Ole Miss began the 1999-2000 Southeastern Conference play with a 0-5 mark, but notched its first league win over a ranked Auburn team in the Rebels' sixth game in SEC play. Now, jump back to the 1995-96 season. Ole Miss began SEC play that year with a 0-5 record, but bounced back in its sixth game to defeat-you guessed it-a ranked Auburn (No. 21 at the time) team, 82-69 for the Rebels' first league win of that season. That game was played on Jan. 24, 1996.

Following that Jan. 24, 1996, win over Auburn, the Rebels played Alabama on Jan. 27 and defeated the Crimson Tide, 70-63 in Oxford. Last Saturday, Ole Miss defeated Auburn and will play at Alabama on Jan. 29.

Saturday's contest will be an all-star reunion-of sorts. Ole Miss head coach Rod Barnes, Rebel senior forward Marcus Hicks (Jackson, Tenn.) and Alabama sophomore forward Sam Haginas were all members of the Southeastern Conference All-Stars that traveled to Japan last August. Barnes, who served as the team's co-head coach with LSU's John Brady, guided the SEC All-Stars to a 4-1 record versus the Japan National Team. Hicks averaged 10 points and 6.2 boards, and led the team in rebounding, blocked shots and field goal percentage. Haginas played in all five games and averaged 1.2 points and 1.4 rebounds.

Freshman John Gunn (Oxford, Miss.) has been on fire of late for the Rebels-especially in the Rebels' last three games. The 6-foot-10 forward averaged 10.3 points and 4.7 rebounds during the Rebels' "Ranked Row" week versus No. 12 Tennessee, No. 18 Kentucky and No. 4 Auburn. Gunn also shot 77.8 percent (14-of-18) from the field in those three contests. For the season, Gunn is averaging 3.5 points and 1.9 boards, while shooting 64.9 percent from the floor. In SEC play, Gunn's numbers improved to 6.2 points, 2.8 boards and 73.7 field goal shooting.

Gunn posted career-highs of 14 points and six rebounds versus Tennessee on Jan. 15. After a four-point, five-board performance versus Kentucky, he came off the bench to spark Ole Miss to the win over Auburn. In that victory over the Tigers, Gunn scored 13 points, grabbed three rebounds and blocked two shots.

One would think that, after a successful first season as head coach in 1998-99, Rebel mentor Rod Barnes had already done it all. Close, but not quite. Barnes recorded another coaching first in his career with the Rebels' win over Auburn last Saturday. With that 79-77 overtime win over the then-No. 4 ranked Tigers, Barnes posted his first coaching victory over a top-10 team. Last season, Barnes recorded three wins over top-25 teams (#19, #21 Arkansas twice, #23 Oklahoma).

Well, the free throws haven't been falling for Ole Miss this entire season, but they did when it counted versus then-No. 4 ranked Auburn on Jan. 22. In the overtime session versus Auburn, the Rebels were 5-of-6 from the charity stripe (.833). The only missed free throw was intentionally missed by freshman Emmanuel Wade (Marianna, Ark.) with one second remaining in overtime. With nine seconds left, junior Jason Flanigan (Little Rock, Ark.) nailed his two attempts to give the Rebels a 78-75 lead. After Auburn cut the lead to 78-77, Wade then hit one of his two attempts to seal the 79-77 win. For the game, Ole Miss hit 73.3 percent from the foul line (11-of-15).

And it did on Jan. 22 when the Rebels upset then-No.4 Auburn, 79-77 in overtime. Although the Rebels are only 1-5 in Southeastern Conference play, the Ole Miss basketball program has proven resilient in recent years after losing streaks. The following charts that:

YearLosing StreakFollowing Streak
1995-96Begin SEC 0-5Close SEC with 6-5 run to
finish conference at 6-10,
team was base for two SEC
West titles in 1997 and 1998
1997-98Three-game losingMade up three-game deficit
streak in early claim 2nd SEC West title,
(0-3)2nd NCAA berth
1998-99Four-game skid inWon 2 of 3 down stretch to
late February (0-4)earn third straight NCAA
bid, won program's first
NCAA game and advanced
to second round
1999-2000Begin SEC 0-5--------

Senior Lataryl Williams (Oxford, Miss.) tied a career high with seven rebounds in the Rebels' victory over Auburn on Jan. 22. He also grabbed seven boards in Ole Miss' victory over Oregon State on Nov. 27. The 6-foot-7 forward's biggest rebound of the game came with 38 seconds left in overtime when he grabbed an offensive board off a Darrian Brown missed trey and laid it in, giving the Rebels the lead for good at 76-75. Williams is averaging 3.0 boards per game.

Senior Marcus Hicks, who had been averaging just under seven shot attempts in the Rebels' first four conference games, got plenty of opportunities to score in his career-high game versus Kentucky on Jan. 19. The 6-foot-6 forward scored a career-best 27 points on 12-of-22 shooting (54.5 percent) from the field and 3-of-4 from the three-point arc. The 12 field goals and three treys were also career highs. Hicks' previous career bests were 26 points and 11 field goals versus McNeese State (Nov. 23, 1999) and two treys versus Southeastern Louisiana (Dec. 15, 1999) and Louisiana-Monroe (Dec. 19, 1999).

Sophomore Jason Harrison (Little Rock, Ark.) recorded the 150th assist of his career in the Rebels' game versus Mississippi State on Jan. 12. With his six assists versus Auburn, Harrison now has 166 for his career. The 5-foot-5 guard leads the team with 78 assists this season, and is ranked ninth in the SEC in assists.

While teammate Jason Harrison recently passed the 150-assist plateau, junior guard Jason Flanigan is closing in on 200 assists for his career. After his six-assist performance versus Auburn on Jan. 22, Flanigan now has 190 for his career, needing 10 more to reach 200. This season, the 6-foot-1 guard is second on the team in assists with 61.

Senior Marcus Hicks recorded his first double-double of the 1999-2000 season versus Kentucky on Jan. 19. The 6-foot-6 forward scored a career-high 27 points and grabbed a season-best 10 boards against the Wildcats. It was Hicks' third double-double of his career, as he also had double-double performances versus Alabama A&M (17-13, Nov. 23, 1998) and Florida (20-10, Feb. 6, 1999) last season.

Everybody has seen Rebel senior Marcus Hicks' rim-rattling dunks and acrobatic moves to the hoop. But, Hicks shooting beyond the arc? Don't look now, but the 6-foot-6 forward is feeling rather comfortable beyond the three-point line. Hicks nailed a career-best three treys (3-of-4) versus Kentucky on Jan. 19. He is shooting 56.2 percent (9-of-16) from the three-point line and has hit eight of his last 10 attempts from the arc.

Freshman Emmanuel Wade got his first starting nod in Southeastern Conference play versus Kentucky on Jan. 19, and he made the most of it. In 21 minutes of action, the 6-foot-3 guard scored 11 points (5-of-12 FG, 1-of-4 3-pt.) and grabbed two boards. Wade received the first start of his collegiate career versus Prairie View A&M on Dec. 29.

The Rebels have a 39-44 regular-season record versus teams from the SEC Western Division. Ole Miss is 39-45 versus the SEC Western Division teams, including tournament play. The Rebels, however, have been successful versus their SEC Western Division foes the last three years (1996-97, 1997-98 and 1998-99), posting a 21-9 record. The following charts show the Rebels' year-by-year record versus the SEC Western Division and their mark against each school from the Western Division (includes tournament games):

Year-By-Year Versus Record Against The SEC

The SEC Western Division Western Division Teams
(Regular Season Only)(Includes Tourney Games)
1991-92 2-8Alabama 7-9
1992-93 4-6Arkansas 6-11
1993-94 4-6Auburn 8-9
1994-95 3-7LSU 10-7
1995-96 4-6Miss. State 8-9
1996-97 7-3Total 39-45
1997-98 8-2
1998-99 6-4
1999-2000 1-2
Total 39-44

With his two blocked shots versus Mississippi State on Jan. 12, junior Rahim Lockhart (Mendenhall, Miss.) moved into the top six on the Ole Miss career blocked shot chart. The 6-foot-8 forward currently has 69 career blocks and is No. 6 on the chart. He passed former Rebel Patrick Eddie, who recorded 68 blocked shots in his two year-career from 1989-91, and needs only two more to tie Ronnie Sims (1985-86), who recorded 71 blocked shots. Lockhart leads the Rebels in blocked shots this season with 32, and is ranked fifth in the SEC in blocks.

Well, for the Rebels, it seems as if that number is 70. In the past four seasons (1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000), Ole Miss has an incredible 67-8 record (.893 winning percentage) when it scores 70 points or more in a game. On the other hand, the Rebels are 7-27 when they net less than 70 points in a game. This year, the Rebels are 11-2 when scoring 70 points or more. In SEC action the last four seasons (1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000), Ole Miss has a 31-5 record (.861 winning percentage) when scoring 70 or more points.

Senior Marcus Hicks reached another milestone in his career as a Rebel, passing the 600-point plateau. Hicks hit point No. 600 on a free throw at the 16:53 mark of the first half versus the Gators, and finished the game with 11 points. After his eight-point performance versus Auburn on Jan. 22, the 6-foot-6 senior now has scored 664 points in 52 career games. Earlier this season, Hicks reached the 500-point plateau in the Rebels' game at Oklahoma on Dec. 4. Hicks entered the game with 492 points, and scored his 500th point on a free throw at the 3:10 mark of the first half versus the Sooners.

Junior Rahim Lockhart has certainly doubled his pleasure for the Rebels in 1999-2000, as he has recorded 10 double-doubles in the Rebels' 19 games. Lockhart is currently averaging 12.7 points (16th in SEC) and 8.7 rebounds (2nd in SEC). The following charts Lockhart's double-doubles this season:

Jacksonville St.2911career high pts
McNeese St.1316career high rebs
Furman1514tied car-high blks (4)
Oregon St.1112
Alabama St.1210

The junior forward now has 11 career double-doubles, as his first came last season against Tennessee (Feb. 17, 16 pts-12 rebs).

TIP-INS... Saturday's game between Ole Miss and Alabama will feature the youth movement in the Southeastern Conference. Both squads combined have only four seniors on their rosters...Ole Miss and Alabama are second and third, respectively, in rebounding margin (overall games) in the SEC...Rahim Lockhart is 15 boards shy of 400 for his career...Jason Harrison is on pace to become the first Rebel since Cedric Brim in 1994-95 to have 100 assists or more in a season.



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