It’s the time of year when coaches are out on the road meeting and greeting fans, and Parrish Alford has a recap of the Rebel Road Trip’s stop in Tupelo on Thursday (6:59), as well as a recap of the news regarding Ole Miss and the NCAA (3:11). MSU’s Road Dawgs Tour hits Tupelo next week, and Logan Lowery previews that visit (8:10). Both schools are finished with spring football, and the guys wrap up MSU’s spring game (11:00) while looking at the expectations for Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly (15:15). There’s also a little State recruiting talk (21:52), along with previews of this weekend’s baseball series – the Rebels host Auburn (24:45), while the Bulldogs visit LSU (28:08).
It’s April, so naturally there is plenty of football to talk about on this week’s episode. At Mississippi State, receiver Fred Brown has been dismissed from school (2:24), while coach Dan Mullen is still mulling what to do about big-time signee Jeffrey Simmons (5:02). With the NFL Draft coming up, Logan and Parrish discuss how the Tennessee Titans trading the No. 1 pick might affect where Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil will land (5:58). He’s a first-rounder, as could be MSU’s Chris Jones (8:12) and the Rebels’ Robert Nkemdiche (12:18). On the basketball front, Ole Miss picked up a transfer point guard (13:17). And on the diamond, the Bulldogs are rolling along (18:36) while the Rebs are coming off a big sweep of Arkansas (23:33).
As Ole Miss and Mississippi State work their way through spring football practice, Parrish and Logan talk about their needs for the upcoming season (1:17). That includes quarterbacks at both schools, wide receivers at MSU and defensive linemen at Ole Miss. The two beat reporters also talk baseball (19:23). Ole Miss will shuffle two of its starting pitchers this weekend and is also looking for more consistent hitting, especially against the conference’s best pitchers. The Bulldogs, meanwhile, look for more success from their No. 3 spot in the rotation. Finally, Parrish interviews Ole Miss men’s basketball coach Andy Kennedy (30:40) about new SEC basketball consultant Mike Tranghese, ways to improve the conference’s performance and the Rebels’ recruiting needs.
Ole Miss and Mississippi State are both highly ranked and will meet on the baseball diamond this weekend, with a three-game SEC series starting Friday in Starkville. Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery preview the series and discuss its importance to fans relative to the football and basketball rivalries (1:28). Also, Ole Miss recently held its pro day for NFL scouts to get a look at several players, including receiver Laquon Treadwell, who’s projected as a first-round pick. Parrish visits with former Ole Miss receiver Shay Hodge to talk about Treadwell and whether speed is that important in evaluating a receiver, and Hodge also talks about his recent signing with a CFL team (24:33).
There hasn’t been a lot to see so far when it comes to spring football, but Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery have some thoughts on what’s transpired in the early going. Parrish takes a look at the Rebels’ running back situation, in particular redshirt freshman Eric Swinney (7:28), while Logan discusses a new-look defense and the Bulldogs’ depth at tailback (15:04). On the diamond, both teams have big SEC series this weekend, with Ole Miss hosting South Carolina (19:20) and MSU entertaining Georgia (23:04). Also, MSU basketball freshman Malik Newman has declared for the NBA Draft (3:19).
It’s the busiest time of year on the Ole Miss and Mississippi State beats as sports overlap, so Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery have plenty to talk about on this week’s episode. March Madness is here, and the SEC is making an effort to become more of a factor in the postseason (3:00). Meanwhile, the MSU women are hosting for the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament (5:34), and Ole Miss men’s coach Andy Kennedy has received a vote of confidence from AD Ross Bjork despite his team missing the postseason altogether this year (9:25). Also today, Logan reviews Ben Howland’s first year in Starkville (12:04), Parrish looks at the future of Ole Miss hoops (14:31), and on the spring football front, the guys discuss the Rebels’ linebacker situation (16:59) and some recent arrests of former Bulldogs (19:09). Oh, and there’s baseball, with Ole Miss on a roll heading into SEC play (24:13) and MSU scratching its head over a pair of midweek losses (26:55).
Ole Miss and Mississippi State both lost in their first games at the SEC Tournament on Thursday. On this week’s episode, Parrish and Logan recap the Rebels’ loss to Alabama (2:35) and the Bulldogs’ loss to Georgia (10:20). They also look at Stefan Moody’s stellar career, the possibility of an NIT berth for Ole Miss, and Malik Newman’s future. There’s baseball to cover, too, with the Bulldogs – led by a red-hot Jack Kruger – hosting Oregon this weekend (17:32) and the Rebs hosting Grambling State (20:03). Oh, and there’s football, too, with Ole Miss now two weeks into its spring drills (22:10) while State is trying to figure out its quarterback situation (23:55). Also, Logan briefly discusses MSU’s Pro Day (22:51).
Stefan Moody had a monster game against Mississippi State on Wednesday, scoring a career-high 43 points in an 86-78 Ole Miss win. On this week’s show, Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery examine Moody’s performance in depth while giving it some historical context (3:19). The guys also look ahead to the end of the regular season and the SEC tournament (17:30). There’s baseball to discuss, too, with MSU (19:06) and Ole Miss (23:05) both off to strong starts. And can you believe it’s time for spring football (26:34)?
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).
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).