Tag Archives: “Ole Miss Rebels”

Week Six FBS Results

Thursday, October 2, 2014

American Athletic Conference

17 UCF @ Houston 12

Conference USA

10 Florida Atlantic @ Florida International 38

Pacific Twelve Conference

31 Arizona @ Oregon 24

Friday, October 3, 2014

Atlantic Coast Conference

28 Louisville @ Syracuse 6

Mountain West Conference

35 Utah State @ BYU 20

13 San Diego State @ Fresno State 24

Independents

35 Utah State @ BYU 20

Saturday, October 4, 2014

American Athletic Conference

24 SMU @ East Carolina 45

17 Tulsa @ Colorado State 42

41 Memphis @ Cincinnati 14

Atlantic Coast Conference

3 Wake Forest @ Florida State 43

34 Virginia Tech @ North Carolina 17

0 NC State @ Clemson 41

17 Miami @ Georgia Tech 28

19 Pittsburgh @ Virginia 24

Big Twelve Conference

33 Oklahoma @ TCU 37

28 Baylor @ Texas 7

20 Iowa State @ Oklahoma State 37

13 Texas Tech @ Kansas State 45

14 Kansas @ West Virginia 33

Big Ten Conference

22 Nebraska @ Michigan State 27

14 Wisconsin @ Northwestern 20

52 Ohio State @ Maryland 24

38 Purdue @ Illinois 27

24 North Texas @ Indiana 49

24 Michigan @ Rutgers 26

Conference USA

56 Marshall @ Old Dominion 14

31 Southern Miss @ Middle Tennessee 37

24 North Texas @ Indiana 49

9 New Mexico @ UTSA 21

42 UAB @ Western Kentucky 39

3 UTEP @ Louisiana Tech 55

14 Hawaii @ Rice 28

Mid-America Conference

24 Ball State @ Army 33

6 Eastern Michigan @ Akron 31

41 Massachusetts @ Miami (OH) 42

10 Ohio @ Central Michigan 28

35 Buffalo @ Bowling Green 36

14 Kent State @ Northern Illinois 17

20 Toledo @ Western Michigan 19 (OT)

 Mountain West Conference

17 Tulsa @ Colorado State 42

21 Navy @ Air Force 30

21 New Mexico @ UTSA 9

14 Hawaii @ Rice 28

10 UNLV @ San Jose State 33

51 Boise State @ Nevada 46

Pacific Twelve Conference

30 Utah @ UCLA 28

14 Stanford @ Notre Dame 17

38 Arizona State @ USC 34

36 Oregon State @ Colorado 31

60 California @ Washington State 59

Southeastern Conference

17 Alabama @ Mississippi 23

7 LSU @ Auburn 41

31 Texas A&M @ Mississippi State 48

17 Vanderbilt @ Georgia 44

10 Florida @ Tennessee 9

38 South Carolina @ Kentucky 45

Sun Belt Conference

47 South Alabama @ Appalachian State 21

30 Idaho @ Texas State 35

14 Louisiana Monroe @ Arkansas State 28

31 Georgia State @ Louisiana Lafayette 34

36 Georgia Southern @ New Mexico State 28

Independents

14 Stanford @ Notre Dame 17

24 Ball State @ Army 33

21 Navy @ Air Force 30

(H/T: Rebel Pix/ Twitter, Jason Fray/ Bleacher Report and Pac 12 Network/ Twitter)

And Then There Were Four: Ole Miss Downs TCU 6-4

Ole Miss (48-20) advanced to play No. 3 national seed Virginia on Friday night. The Rebels would need to beat the Cavaliers (51-14) on Friday and again Saturday to reach next week’s best-of-three championship series.   Will Allen, who was in the lineup as the designated hitter on Thursday night to rest a sore shoulder, snapped out of a mini-slump with three hits and three RBI to lead Mississippi past TCU 6-4 at the College World Series.

(H/T:  NCAA.com and Twitter)

And Then There Were Six: Ole Miss Eliminates Texas Tech with Walk Off Single

The Mississippi Rebels eliminated the Texas Tech Red Raiders 2-1 in thrilling walk-off fashion as John Gatlin delivered just his fourth hit of the season to score the winning run in the bottom of the ninth.

(H/T:  NCAA.com and Twitter)

Ole Miss Loses On Walkoff Double to Virginia

Virginia beat Ole Miss 2-1 in the opening round of the College World Series on a walk-off hit in the ninth inning from Mike Papi. Virginia held Mississippi to just one hit in the game.

(H/T: NCAA.com)

 

Hotty Toddy: A Rebel Yell in Omaha.

The Ole Miss Rebels became the 2nd SEC team to punch their ticket to the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska this year as they beat the Ragin’ Cajuns of Louisiana-Lafayette by a score of 10-4 on the road.  Sikes Orvis and Austin Anderson both homered to power Ole Miss past the Cajuns.  It is the Rebels’ first trip to the College World Series since 1972.

(H/T:  NCAA.com, OleMissSports.com, Twitter)

College Football Bowl Results: Monday Dec. 30

Monday, December 30 2013

Armed Forces Bowl

Fort Worth Texas

Music City Bowl

Nashville, Tennessee


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Mississippi 25  Georgia Tech 17

Alamo Bowl

San Antonio, Texas

Oregon 30  Texas 7

Holiday Bowl

San Diego, California

37 Texas Tech vs. Arizona State 23

(H/T: Yahoo Sports, SEC Network, ESPN, Twitter)