STARKVILLE • College football players all across the country are looking to create a players’ association.
OXFORD • As Ole Miss tries to sort out agreements with non-conference football opponents, two of the four games have reached easy conclusions.
If college football kicked off this week it would not bode well for fans wanting to watch from inside stadiums across Mississippi.
OXFORD – Football season, tough and unclear, just got tougher for Ole Miss which has announced the indefinite suspension of defensive end/linebacker Sam Williams.
OXFORD • A conference-only SEC football schedule carries a lot of advantages as the league tries to re-start amid an unstable COVID-19 environment.
The Southeastern Conference will postpone the start of volleyball, soccer and cross country competition through at least August 31, it announced on Tuesday.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said he and conference athletics directors had a “productive” meeting Monday at the league office in Birmingham, but the meeting did not lead to an announcement of SEC-only football for 2020 or any other final decisions.
OXFORD • As Ole Miss basketball players continue through voluntary strength and conditioning workouts, one young key component has been unavailable.
Forty-six coaches and athletic directors from across the state traveled to Jackson on Thursday to lobby for the changing of the state flag.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey has taken a stance on the Mississippi flag, one that could keep certain conference events out of the state.
OXFORD – Ole Miss has announced a football game with Alcorn State, the first football meeting for Ole Miss with an historically black college and university (HBCU) school.
Daeshun Ruffin, the state's top rated prospect for the Class of 2021, committed to Ole Miss with an announcement on his Instagram page on Wednesday.
OXFORD • College baseball’s national coach of the year – according to one media outlet – went through the abbreviated 2020 season with a questionable contract status.
OXFORD • With players back on college campuses and athletic departments having season ticket conversations, there can be a sense of hope that college football will work its way back from the COVID-19 shutdown.