Ole Miss Set To Host Vandy

Feb. 24, 2000

#24/#22 Vanderbilt (17-7, 7-6)
at
Ole Miss (15-11, 3-10)

Saturday, February 26, 2:00 p.m. (CT)
Tad Smith Coliseum, Oxford, Miss.

Rebels on Television and Radio

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

OLE MISS TO BEGIN TWO-GAME SEC HOMESTAND VERSUS NATIONALLY-RANKED VANDERBILT ON SATURDAY
The Ole Miss Rebels (15-11, 3-10 SEC) will begin their final two-game Southeastern Conference homestand of the 1999-2000 season versus nationally-ranked Vanderbilt (17-7, 7-6 SEC) on Saturday, Feb. 26. The contest, which is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (CT), will be played at Tad Smith Coliseum in Oxford, Miss. The Rebels enter Saturday's game on a four-game losing skid after losses to Georgia, No. 16 LSU, No. 12 Auburn and Mississippi State. The Commodores enter Saturday's game ranked No. 24 in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll and No. 22 in the ESPN/USA Today Top 25 Poll. Vanderbilt has dropped three of its last four contests, falling to Alabama (77-63), Auburn (86-80) and Arkansas (78-63). The Commodores lone win in that stretch was an upset victory over Tennessee (85-72).

OLE MISS-VANDERBILT SERIES
Saturday's game will be the 99th meeting between the two schools. The Commodores hold an all-time series lead of 63-35. The series began in 1925. Last season, Vanderbilt defeated Ole Miss, 79-64 on Jan. 2, 1999. The Rebels hold a 25-18 series lead in games played in Oxford, and have won the last six meetings in Tad Smith Coliseum, including an 87-76 win in the 1997-98 campaign. The last time the Commodores won in Oxford was the 1988-89 season, a 72-65 victory.

PROBABLE STARTERS
* Based on last game's starters

No.Player (Yr.)Pos.Ht.Wt.PPG/RPGHometown
22Jason Flanigan (Jr.)G6-11758.2/3.0Little Rock, Ark.
32Emmanuel Wade (Fr.)G6-31855.3/1.7Marianna, Ark.
24Marcus Hicks (Sr.)F6-620014.6/5.8Jackson, Tenn.
25Lataryl Williams (Sr.)F6-72008.9/3.4Oxford, Miss.
44Rahim Lockhart (Jr.)F6-825012.5/8.5Mendenhall, Miss.

RESERVES

No.Player (Yr.)Pos.Ht.Wt.PPG/RPGHometown
11Jason Harrison (So.)G5-51508.3/2.7Little Rock, Ark.
15Ray Waddell (Jr.)G5-91650.9/0.6Philadelphia, Miss.
20Jason Holmes (Jr.)G6-52003.6/1.8Tylertown, Miss.
23Syniker Taylor (Fr.)G6-01952.5/1.5Gulfport, Miss.
30Josh Hayes (Fr.)G6-71905.0/2.0Little Rock, Ark.#
31John Gunn (Fr.)F/C6-102453.2/1.9Oxford, Miss.
45Richard Kirklin (Fr.)F6-92002.2/1.9Pine Bluff, Ark.
54John Engstrom (So.)C7-02451.0/1.0Paragould, Ark.

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

LAST YEAR'S MEETING
January 2, 1999
Vanderbilt 79, Ole Miss 64

Vanderbilt's Dan Langhi scored 17 points, and the Commodores used a 26-10 run to close the game en route to a 79-64 Southeastern Conference victory over Ole Miss. The game was the SEC opener for both schools. James Strong (13 points), Anthony Williams (12) and Vince Ford (10) also netted double figures for Vanderbilt. Williams led the Commodores on the boards with 11 rebounds.

Jason Smith led the Rebels with a game-high 19 points. Marcus Hicks was Ole Miss' only other double-figure scorer with 10 points.

Trailing 42-36 at the half, the Rebels came back to tie the game at 45-all at the 14:58 mark on a Smith jumper. Six minutes later, Ole Miss took its first lead since early in the first half when Jason Harrison nailed a three-pointer, giving the Rebels a 54-53 advantage. Vanderbilt, however, responded with a 13-0 spurt to gain a 66-54 lead and put the game away.

In the first half, the Rebels jumped out to an early 7-2 lead, but Vanderbilt responded with an 11-5 run to take the lead for good in the first half at 13-12. The Commodores increased their lead to as many as 12 points at 37-25, but the Rebels cut that lead down to six by halftime (42-36).

Ole Miss shot 37.1 percent from the field and 85.7 percent from the free throw line.

Ole MissFG-A3P-AFT-ARebPtsAstBlkStl
Smith8-162-31-2519303
Hicks3-50-04-5310213
Rogers2-30-01-145012
White1-51-50-023400
Carter3-100-00-026101
Flanigan0-40-12-212100
Harrison1-51-50-033301
Williams2-41-32-217010
Carpenter2-41-20-015000
Brown1-60-32-224000
TEAM1
Totals23-626-2212-14256414310

VanderbiltFG-A3P-AFT-ARebPtsAstBlkStl
Williams4-71-13-41112101
Langhi7-141-42-2817002
Prater1-20-14-726601
Strong5-70-03-5313202
Moore1-30-15-607300
LeBlanc2-20-02-216100
Coulibaly0-00-00-000000
Howard0-30-30-010100
Ford4-72-30-1410100
LaPointe3-60-02-258010
TEAM3
Totals27-514-1321-2938791516

Ole Miss3628-64
Vanderbilt4237-79

Officials: Monje, Eades, Poole
Attendance:
14,012

SCOUTING VANDERBILT
The Commodores, ranked No. 24 in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll and No. 22 in the ESPN/USA Today Top 25 Poll, enter Saturday's game with a 17-7 overall record and a 7-6 Southeastern Conference mark. Dan Langhi, an SEC Player of the Year candidate, leads the team and the league in scoring with a 21.8 average. The Commodores also have two other players averaging in double figures in James Strong (11.5 ppg) and Sam Howard (10.2 ppg). Anthony Williams, the SEC Player of the Week, leads Vanderbilt on the boards with a 6.3 rebounding average, while Atiba Prater tops the conference in assists with 151. Langhi also is second on the squad in rebounding with a 6.0 average. Vanderbilt is shooting 46.4 percent from the field, 36.2 percent from the three-point arc and 73.1 percent from the free throw line. The Commodores are averaging 75 points and 34.6 rebounds per game. Vanderbilt is being out-rebounded by its opponents by a narrow margin of 0.2 boards per contest (34.6-34.8). Kevin Stallings is in his first season as head coach of the Commodores. Stallings came to Vanderbilt from Illinois State, where he compiled a 123-63 overall record in six seasons as the head coach.

VANDERBILT PROBABLE STARTERS
* Based on last game's starters

No.Player (Yr.)Pos.Ht.Wt.PPG/RPGHometown
32Anthony Williams (Jr.)F6-72359.0/6.3Waverly, Ala.
52Greg LaPointe (Jr.)C6-102354.0/2.5Mt. Pleasant, Mich.
5Atiba Prater (Sr.)G6-11807.0/3.7Stone Mtn., Ga.
10Sam Howard (So.)G6-318510.2/2.1Nashville, Tenn.
13James Strong (Sr.)G6-319511.5/4.3Huntsville, Ala.

TOP RESERVES

No.Player (Yr.)Pos.Ht.Wt.PPG/RPGHometown
42Dan Langhi (Sr.)F6-1121521.8/6.0Benton, Ky.
14Rick Jones (Fr.)G6-11605.4/0.9Scott County, Ky.
44Sam Lekwauwa (Fr.)F6-82105.0/3.0Winston-Salem, N.C.
4Darius Coulibaly (So.)C7-12382.4/2.4Greensboro, N.C.

OLE MISS-VANDERBILT TEAM COMPARISONS

Ole MissStatistical CategoryVanderbilt
73.2Scoring Offense75.0
70.1Scoring Defense68.4
38.4Rebound Avg.34.6
33.2Opponent Rebound Avg.34.8
+5.2Rebound Margin-0.2
45.0Field Goal Percentage46.4
43.5Opponent Field Goal Percentage42.9
33.3Three-Point Field Goal Percentage36.2
32.9Opp. Three-Point Field Goal Percentage31.1
64.9Free Throw Percentage73.1
439Turnovers373
404Opponent Turnovers382
373Assists370
105Blocks58
188Steals164

BARNES IN SECOND SEASON AS REBEL MENTOR
Rod Barnes is in his second season at the helm of the Ole Miss Rebel basketball program. With the Rebels' loss at Mississippi State on Feb. 23, Barnes' overall coaching record now stands at 35-24. 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 head 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).

"TAD PAD" SWEET "TAD PAD"
Yes, the school-record 29-game homecourt winning streak came to an end last year, but Tad Smith Coliseum (a.k.a. the "Tad Pad") is still one of the toughest arenas in the nation for opposing teams to play. Despite dropping three conference games at home this season, Ole Miss has still won 59 of its last 66 games (.894 winning percentage) at home, including homecourt winning streaks of 15 and 29 games. The Rebels are 11-3 at Tad Smith Coliseum this season. Ole Miss also owns the third longest homecourt winning streak versus non-conference opponents in the nation at 33 (Maryland is first at 70 straight). In the past eight seasons (1992-present), Ole Miss has an overall home record of 87-28 (.757 winning percentage).

BROWN LEAVES OLE MISS SQUAD
Head coach Rod Barnes announced on Thursday, Feb. 24, that Darrian Brown, a 6-foot-6 guard/forward from West Memphis, Ark., left the Rebel team. "Darrian has left our team," said Barnes. "He has asked for his release, and we have granted his release to go wherever he wants to go. We appreciate his efforts here at Ole Miss over the past two seasons. Darrian felt that, to better his playing career, he needed to go to another program. We wish him all the best as he continues his education and playing career at another institution."

This season, Brown played in 24 games and started two. He averaged 6.9 points and 3.1 rebounds, while shooting 37.4 percent from the floor and 74.3 percent from the charity stripe. In his two seasons as a Rebel, Brown played in 53 games and averaged 5.4 points and 2.5 rebounds.

REBELS VERSUS RANKED OPPONENTS AT HOME
Ole Miss has a 9-5 record versus ranked opponents at Tad Smith Coliseum since the beginning of the 1994-95 season. This year, Ole Miss is 1-2 versus ranked opponents at Tad Smith Coliseum, dropping a narrow 75-71 decision to then-No. 6 Florida on Jan. 8, defeating then-No. 4 Auburn 79-77 in overtime on Jan. 22 and losing to then-No. 16 LSU 97-53 on Feb. 16. Prior to the Auburn loss in the 1998-99 season, Ole Miss had won its last six games versus ranked opponents at Tad Smith Coliseum. The Rebels defeated Temple (#18), South Carolina (#11) and Arkansas (#12) in 1997-98, Kentucky (#3) in 1996-97, and Auburn (#21) and Mississippi State (#25) in 1995-96. Ole Miss' first win over a ranked opponent since the 1994-95 season was a 76-71 win over No. 3 Arkansas on Jan. 4, 1995. (NOTE: Ole Miss also lost to No. 5 Kentucky, 82-65 in the 1994-95 season, but that home game was played at The Pyramid in Memphis.)

THE RACE IS ON...
Well, it's not the race for first or second place in the Southeastern Conference Western Division, but four teams-Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Alabama and Arkansas-are jockeying for positions No. 3-No. 6 for the SEC Tournament. The tournament, which is Mar. 9-12, will be held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga. The following chart shows the records and what games are left in the race:

TeamRecordGames Left
Arkansas6-7at Ky., at Tenn., Aub.
Alabama5-8Tenn., at OM, at MSU
Miss. State4-9at LSU, Ky., Ala.
Ole Miss3-10Vandy, Ala., at LSU

THE MAGIC NUMBER IS...
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 69-9 record (.885 winning percentage) when it scores 70 points or more in a game. On the other hand, the Rebels are 7-31 when they net less than 70 points in a game. This year, the Rebels are 14-3 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 33-6 record (.846 winning percentage) when scoring 70 or more points.

NEXT WIN SECURES WINNING SEASON
With one more victory, Ole Miss would guarantee its fourth consecutive winning season. The last time the Rebel basketball program put together four straight winning seasons was 1979-80 through 1982-83 (17-13, 1979-80, 16-14, 1980-81, 18-12, 1981-82, 19-12, 1982-83). The last time the Rebels had more than four consecutive winning campaigns was nine straight from 1919-20 through 1927-28.

"LITTLE MAN" LIGHTIN' IT UP
Since he started coming off the bench the last six games, sophomore Jason Harrison (Little Rock, Ark.), dubbed "Little Man" by the coaching staff, has given some strong offensive performances for the Rebels. In the six-game stretch, the 5-foot-5 guard has averaged 11.2 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.5 assists, while shooting 79.4 percent from the charity stripe. He has scored in double figures in four of those six games, and hit a career-high six field goals versus Georgia. The following charts "Little Man's" last six games:

OpponentPtsRebsAstsFT
Arkansas5323-6
South Carolina14036-6
Georgia16412-3
LSU7215-6
Auburn13347-8
Mississippi State12444-5
Totals67161527-34
Avg./Pct.11.22.72.579.4

FLANIGAN BREAKS 200 ASSISTS, TIES CAREER HIGH
Junior guard Jason Flanigan (Little Rock, Ark.) reached a milestone in the Rebels' 83-75 victory over South Carolina on Feb. 9, surpassing the 200-assist plateau for his career. He dished out a career-high tying nine assists versus the Gamecocks, and after his two-assist performance versus Mississippi State on Feb. 23, Flanigan now has 212 for his career. He also dished out nine assists versus Northwestern State during his freshman campaign in 1997-98. This season, the 6-foot-1 guard has 83 assists, which is second on team.

CAREER NIGHT FOR TAYLOR VERSUS THE BULLDOGS
Freshman Syniker Taylor (Gulfport, Miss.) had a career game in the Rebels' game at Mississippi State on Feb. 23. The 6-foot guard posted career bests of nine points and four field goals and tied career highs with one three-pointer and three rebounds. Taylor's previous career scoring high was eight points versus Birmingham-Southern on Jan. 2.

HARRISON CLOSING IN ON 200 ASSISTS
Sophomore Jason Harrison (Little Rock, Ark.) is also closing in on the 200-assist plateau. With his four assists versus Mississippi State on Feb. 23, Harrison now has 184 for his career. He recorded the 150th assist of his career in the Rebels' game versus Mississippi State on Jan. 12. The 5-foot-5 guard leads the team with 98 assists this season, and is ranked ninth in the SEC in assists. Harrison is also on pace to become the first Rebel since Cedric Brim in 1994-95 to have 100 assists or more in a season. If he reaches the 100-assist milestone for the season, Harrison would be the 11th player in Rebel history to do so.

LOCKHART DOUBLES HIS PLEASURE-A 12TH TIME
Junior Rahim Lockhart (Mendenhall, Miss.) has certainly doubled his pleasure for the Rebels in 1999-2000, as he has recorded 12 double-doubles. His last double-double performance came versus Auburn on Feb. 19 with 14 points and 11 rebounds. His 12 double-doubles ranks him 10th in the nation in that statistical category. Lockhart is currently averaging 12.5 points (19th in SEC) and 8.5 rebounds (5th in SEC). The following charts Lockhart's double-doubles this season:

OpponentPointsRebsNotes
Jacksonville St.2911career high pts
McNeese St.1316career high rebs
Furman1514tied car-high blks (4)
Oregon St.1112
Wisconsin-GB1313
Alabama St.1210
Oklahoma1310
Memphis2213
Louisiana-Monroe1811
Arkansas1410
Georgia1113
Auburn1411

The junior forward now has 13 career double-doubles, as his first came last season against Tennessee (Feb. 17, 16 pts-12 rebs).

"GET THAT SHOT OUTTA HERE!!!"
With his three blocked shots versus Arkansas on Feb. 2, junior Rahim Lockhart moved into the top five on the Ole Miss career blocked shot chart. The 6-foot-8 forward currently has 78 career blocks and is No. 5 on the chart. In the Arkansas contest, he passed former Rebel Ronnie Sims, who recorded 71 blocked shots in his career from 1985-86. Lockhart leads the Rebels in blocked shots this season with 41, and is fifth in the SEC in blocks. The following chart show the Ole Miss career blocked shots leaders:

Player/YearsNo. of Blocked Shots
Sean Murphy/1987-91180
Johnnie Rogers/1996-99114
David Dean/1992-94108
Ansu Sesay/1995-9899
Rahim Lockhart/1997-present78
Ronnie Sims/1985-8671
Patrick Eddie/1989-9168

HICKS REACHES 700-POINT MILESTONE
Senior Marcus Hicks reached another milestone in his Rebel career, surpassing the 700-point plateau in Ole Miss' victory over Arkansas on Feb. 2. The 6-foot-6 forward entered the Arkansas game with 684 points, and after his 31-point performance versus the Razorbacks, he had 715 points. With his 12 points versus Mississippi State on Feb. 23, Hicks now has 767 career points in 59 games. He scored point No. 700 on a layup with 2:12 left in the first half versus Arkansas. On Jan. 8, Hicks passed the 600-point plateau, scoring point No. 600 on a free throw at the 16:53 mark of the first half versus the Gators. 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.

BARNES THIRD FASTEST TO 35 WINS
With the Rebels' win over South Carolina on Feb. 9, Ole Miss head coach Rod Barnes posted his 35th victory in only the 55th game in his career as the Rebel mentor. Barnes reached the 35-win plateau the third fastest of any head coach in Ole Miss basketball history. See the following chart:

Head CoachOverall CoachingGame Which
Record at Time ofRecorded
35th win35th Win
Homer Hazel35-1651st
George Bohler35-1954th
Rod Barnes35-2055th
Ed Murphy35-3368th
Bonnie Graham35-3974th
Lee Hunt35-4479th
Cob Jarvis35-4681st
Bob Weltlich35-5085th
Rob Evans35-5489th

REBELS VERSUS THE SEC EASTERN DIVISION
The Rebels have an 18-35 regular-season record versus teams from the SEC Eastern Division since the conference began divisional play in the 1991-92 season. Ole Miss is 21-41 versus the SEC Eastern Division teams, including tournament play. The Rebels, however, posted a 10-8 record (regular season only) versus their Eastern Division foes the previous three seasons (1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99). The following charts show the Rebels' year-by-year record versus the SEC Eastern Division and their mark against each school from the Eastern Division (includes tournament games):

Year-By-Year Versus Record Against The SEC

The SEC Eastern DivisionEastern Division Teams
(Regular Season Only)(Includes Tourney Games)
1991-922-4Florida4-8
1992-930-6Georgia4-7
1993-943-3Kentucky2-8
1994-950-6South Carolina5-6
1995-962-4Tennessee1-8
1996-974-2Vanderbilt5-4
1997-984-2Total21-41
1998-992-4
1999-20001-4
Total18-35

HICKS ALSO PASSES 300-REBOUND MARK
Senior Marcus Hicks really doubled his pleasure in the Rebels' win over Arkansas on Feb. 2. Hicks' double-double of 31 points and 10 rebounds not only allowed him to reach the 700-point milestone but also surpass the 300-rebound mark. The 6-foot-6 forward entered the Arkansas game with 292 career boards, and his 10 rebounds versus the Razorbacks gave him 302. He now has 329 after grabbing seven boards versus Mississippi State on Feb. 23. This season, Hicks is the Rebels' second-leading rebounder with a 5.8 average. He was also the team's second-leading rebounder in 1998-99 with a 5.4 average. Hicks came to Ole Miss from Northwest Mississippi C.C., where he compiled 624 rebounds in two seasons from 1996-98.

LOCKHART REACHES 400-REBOUND MILESTONE
Junior Rahim Lockhart has been a rebounding machine for the Rebels this season, and as a result of his board prowess, he has reached the 400-rebound plateau for his career. With his five boards versus Arkansas on Feb. 2, the 6-foot-8 forward reached the 400-board plateau. After recording six boards versus Mississippi State on Feb. 23, he now has 441 career rebounds. Lockhart entered the 1999-2000 season with 220 career rebounds, and has grabbed 221 so far this year. Lockhart leads the Rebels with an 8.5 rebounding average.

LOCKHART CLOSING IN
With his monster rebounding games this season, junior Rahim Lockhart is close to putting his name among the top rebounders in Ole Miss basketball history. Entering Saturday's game, he has 441 career rebounds and needs only 39 boards to enter the top 15 on the Rebel chart. The following abbreviated chart shows the top rebounders in Ole Miss history:

Player/YearsRebounds
1. Walter Actwood/1974-77945
2. Elston Turner/1978-81828
.
.
.
7. Ansu Sesay/1995-98699
.
.
.
9. Jason Smith/1996-99671
.
.
.
12. Keith Carter/1996-99596
.
.
.
15. Duaine Boucher/1970-72480
.
.
.
Rahim Lockhart/1997-present441

TIP-INS...
Vanderbilt is the only SEC Eastern Division team that Ole Miss has a winning record against since the league went to the two-division format in 1991-92...There will be no Southeastern Conference All-Star reunion on Saturday, as Vanderbilt was the lone SEC school not to place a player on last summer's team. The league allowed Vanderbilt to do so as a result of the Commodores' summer trip to Europe, where it went 3-3 versus European club teams...Freshman forward John Gunn (Oxford, Miss.) has missed the last five games as a result of mononucleosis.

 

 

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