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ssports round up -01HottyToddy.com provides readers a roundup of the commentary and information about the Ole Miss Rebels from various publications around the Web.

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Ole Miss invites students to watch football practice on Tuesday

Coach Hugh Freeze and Chad Kelly Photo by Bill Barksdale
Coach Hugh Freeze and Chad Kelly Photo by Bill Barksdale
Ole Miss will offer a peek behind the curtain.

On Sunday, the Rebels’ Twitter account posted an open invitation for students to watch football practice starting at 4:15 p.m. local time Tuesday. You have to admit that this is a cool move. More SEC programs should copy the idea. And who knows? Perhaps some of the masses on campus will rekindle interest in Ole Miss after the Rebels’ recent slide.

Ole Miss lost to Auburn on Saturday, which marked the Rebels’ third consecutive defeat. At 3-5 overall and 1-4 in the SEC, Ole Miss likely is far from where players and coaches thought they would be heading into November.

Courtesy of Andrew Astleford and to read the rest of this article at SECCountry.com

Ole Miss Football: Preparing For the Possibility of No Bowl Game

Courtesy of Ole Miss Communications
The Ole Miss Rebels football season has turned out to be disappointing. It is time to consider the possibility of a season without a bowl game.

The Rebels’ football season has taken an unexpected turn. Many fans started the year talking about a possible run at a SEC Championship. However, the Rebels will do well if they make a bowl game this year.

The chance of the Rebels making a bowl game has shrunk after the loss to Auburn. Ole Miss only has four games left. They must win three out of the four in order to be eligible for a bowl game this year.

Courtesy of K.L. Williams and to read the rest of this article go to OleHottyToddy.com

Harknett Named Second Team All-SEC

2016 Soccer Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics Twitter: @OleMissPix
2016 Soccer
Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics
Twitter: @OleMissPix
Ole Miss soccer senior Gretchen Harknett has been named to the All-SEC Second Team, the league office announced Sunday.

The senior finished the regular season with three goals and three assists, and is currently tied for the most starts of any Rebel in school history with 84. She’s also tied for third in career games played with 85, and is one of the nation’s active career leaders with her 85 games played.

The All-SEC honor marks the second of Harknett’s career after she was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team in 2013. She currently has 13 career assists and 13 career goals, and will finish her career having played in 7,000-plus minutes on the pitch.

Harknett and the Rebels open SEC Tournament play Monday in Orange Beach at 3:30 p.m. CT against No. 7 seed Tennessee.

Keep up with all the latest news and information on the Rebels by following Ole Miss Soccer on Twitter at @OleMissSoccer, on Facebook at Facebook.com/OleMissSoccer, and on Instagram at Instagram.com/officialolemisssoccer. Also follow head coach Matt Mott on Twitter at @CoachMattMott. Additionally fans can get a behind the scenes look at Ole Miss Athletics on Snapchat under the handle, @WeAreOleMiss.

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports

Rebels Post Aggregate School Record

2016 Ole Miss Rifle Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics Twitter: @OleMissPix
2016 Ole Miss Rifle
Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics
Twitter: @OleMissPix
The Ole Miss rifle team traveled on their second road match of the season to face Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama on Saturday.

Ole Miss finished one point behind Jacksonville State, but posted a new aggregate school record of 4655.The Rebels defeated the Gamecocks in air rifle 2342 to their 2341, but fell short to JSU in smallbore.


Ole Miss collectively shot 2342 in air rifle, which contributed to the Rebels record setting aggregate score. While senior Alison Weisz holds the top two school records in air rifle, she led the Rebels this weekend tying her second best score with 595. Freshman Jillian Tyler posted a personal best for the fourth week in a row with 590, six points above her previous career-high.

Ole Miss collectively shot 2313 in smallbore, their highest score of the season and third best in program history. Junior Harley Gardner led the rebels in smallbore for the second week in a row as she topped her career-high with a 586 score. Gardner added a personal best in prone with 17 centers of a perfect 200, finishing prone with 199 and a personal best standing of 195. Weisz was just one point behind Gardner posting a personal best of 585.

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports

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