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OXFORD • Ole Miss baseball coach Mike Bianco will begin meeting later this week with veteran players to get an idea how the NCAA’s eligibility ruling – and other fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak – might affect the Rebels moving ahead.

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The NCAA will permit spring sport athletes – such as baseball, softball and lacrosse players – who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus outbreak to use an additional year of eligibility.

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Looking Back: The Rebels lost 81-63 to Georgia in one of only two games played in the 2020 SEC tournament. After Wednesday’s two games between the last four-seeded teams, the remaining games were canceled due to coronavirus fears.

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NASHVILLE • As SEC athletics directors met Wednesday to consider drastic changes for the basketball tournament, Ole Miss struggled against a Georgia team that got minimal scoring from its best player.

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NASHVILLE • Ole Miss and Georgia will fight to extend their seasons tonight, one of two games in the pre-party to the first major day of play in the SEC Tournament.

Tim Elko’s two-run double in the sixth inning helped No. 8 Ole Miss break through in a tie game, and the Rebels went on to defeat Louisiana-Monroe 6-3 at Warhawk Field on Tuesday night.

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Mississippi State sophomore forward Reggie Perry was selected as the Southeastern Conference Co-Player of the Year by the Associated Press on Tuesday.

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Looking Back: The Rebels won 75-67 against Missouri in their final home game but three days later shot just 29.4 percent from the floor and lost 69-44 at Mississippi State.

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OXFORD • No. 9 Ole Miss wrapped up a dominant weekend against Princeton on Sunday, winning 14-2 to extend its winning streak to 14 games

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Mississippi State closed out the regular season with a 69-44 win over Ole Miss to secure the No. 4 seed and earn a double-bye in the SEC Tournament. Head coaches Ben Howland and Kermit Davis Jr. discussed the game with the media along with MSU players Reggie Perry, Nick Weatherspoon and Tyso…

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