Parrish reacts to the NCAA's decision to allow school's to resume voluntary on-campus athletic activities for football and men's + women's basketball June 1.
One Man Ole Miss pod with Parrish Alford
In this episode Parrish visits with former Ole Miss defensive end Gary Turner (1973-1976), who along with Pete Robertson was among the second group of athletes to break the color barrier for Rebel football. They came one season after Ben Williams and James Reed officially opened the door.
With plans being formulated for what sports, specifically football, will look like on college campuses this fall, Parrish visits with Ole Miss Athletics Director Keith Carter on this week's episode to see how his administration is handling that process.
This week Parrish discusses Ole Miss' recent hire of Jamie Trachsel as its new head softball coach, plus he takes a look at how the basketball roster is shaking out with this offseason's player additions and subtractions.
This week SEC Network baseball analyst Ben McDonald joins the show to discuss the setbacks players face due to the lack of play and which players face the greatest loss. McDonald is a former high school football teammate of Parrish's.
Kermit Davis landed a commitment from Samford transfer Robert Allen Tuesday. Whether he can contribute beginning in 2020 or 2021, he's expected to be an asset in the post for the Rebels.
Former Rebel men's hoops coach Rob Evans joins the show this week for an extended conversation. He coached in Oxford from 1992 to 1998 and made plenty of history.
Hear from Ole Miss men's hoops head coach Kermit Davis on all that is going on with his program, and the adjustments having to be made in the times of COVID-19 outbreak. Who could the Rebels lose to the NBA Draft, how is Luis Rodriguez recovering, and more.
Ole Miss athletics Associate Director of Communications Adam Kuffner joins the show as Parrish discusses the 64-player NCAA Tournament style-bracket Ole Miss has launched on Twitter as well as OleMissSports.com to decide the greatest Rebel men's basketball player of all time.
This week Parrish visits with former Ole Miss quarterback David Morris, who has built one of the premier quarterback training and development companies in the U.S. - QB Country. Morris was once a backup to Rebel greats Romaro Miller and Eli Manning.
Parrish was in Nashville for the SEC Tournament, but plans changed. Listen for updates on how the SEC is planning to work around the COVID-19 outbreak, including audio from SEC commissioner Greg Sankey's Thursday presser in the Music City.
Year two under Kermit Davis came to a close for Ole Miss men's basketball Wednesday night with a first round SEC tournament loss to Georgia. Parrish shares his thoughts, plus Davis postgame audio, in this episode.\