The NFL Combine is in full swing in Indianapolis, and Parrish Alford is there covering it for the Journal. On today’s show, he talks about the 12 Ole Miss and Mississippi State players – six from each school – participating in the Combine, including Robert Nkemdiche, Laquon Treadwell, Dak Prescott and De’Runnya Wilson (20:04). Parrish and Logan Lowery also have hoops to discuss, including whether MSU’s Malik Newman might turn pro this year (3:38) and the Rebels’ postseason prospects (9:56). And let’s not forget about baseball, as Ole Miss gets ready for a big series against Louisville (13:45) and MSU looks to maintain its offensive momentum (15:43).
Archives for February 2016
The college basketball season is in its final stretch run, and while Mississippi State and Ole Miss aren’t having ideal seasons, there’s still something to play for. Logan Lowery looks back at the Bulldogs’ thrilling last-second win over Vanderbilt on Tuesday (2:17) and building momentum for next season (12:59), while Parrish Alford gauges the Rebels’ ever-fading NCAA tournament hopes (7:45). And break out the sunscreen, because baseball season starts this weekend (16:00). Ole Miss is hoping for better pitching depth this year (17:39), and MSU is trying to put a miserable 2015 season in the rearview mirror (21:20).
Parrish (2:48) updates the latest on Ole Miss’s investigation by the NCAA over rules violations, including the news that sources do not expect the university to receive a second letter of violations. Logan (12:57) talks about Mississippi State basketball and how the Bulldogs may be able to make a late-season run that can build momentum for next year. Also, baseball season (20:08) starts in a week, and Parrish and Logan discuss what to expect from the Rebels and Bulldogs on the diamond.
National Signing Day 2016 is in the books, and Parrish and Logan are here to break it down for you. Logan takes a look at Mississippi State’s 18-man class (1:20 and 19:50), while Parrish examines the Rebels’ highly rated group (11:19 and 22:53). The guys will look at hits and misses, what needs were filled, and who might get on the field as freshmen for Ole Miss and MSU.