The SEC Baseball Tournament is in full swing over in Hoover, Alabama. Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery are both there, and they talk about what’s transpired so far with the Rebels and Bulldogs, both of whom are sitting pretty in the winner’s bracket entering Thursday’s games. It looks like Ole Miss has locked up an NCAA regional host bid, and the guys discuss just how many SEC teams might be hosting next week (9:59). They also look at the games played thus far, with the Bulldogs getting an unexpectedly strong performance from pitcher Zac Houston (17:36) and the Rebels being sparked by an explosive offense (20:13).
It’s all baseball talk on the show today, as Mississippi State and Ole Miss wrap up the regular season this weekend. The Bulldogs are hosting Arkansas (2:42), while the Rebels are visiting Texas A&M (8:45). Both squads are in good shape heading into the postseason, and Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery discuss the likelihood of the rivals meeting in an NCAA super regional (18:28). They also look at the tough choices for this year’s Ferriss Trophy (21:02).
With two weekends of SEC play left in the baseball season, Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery look ahead to the postseason, as Ole Miss and Mississippi State both look to finish strong and earn a bid to host an NCAA regional (14:44). First things first, as the Rebels host Kentucky this weekend (21:04) while MSU visits Auburn (23:08). Also today, the guys have updates on the Laremy Tunsil saga (2:06) and the SEC Softball Tournament being hosted by MSU (6:38).
The college baseball regular season is hitting the home stretch, but Laremy Tunsil has been dominating the headlines this past week. On this week’s episode, Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery examine the Tunsil saga and how it might play out (2:16). There’s baseball, too, with MSU looking to win another SEC series when Missouri rolls into Starkville (17:16), and Ole Miss going on the road against Georgia (22:56).
On this week’s episode, Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery talk about what transpired during the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday night. Parrish is in Chicago to cover the draft, and he and Logan talk at length about the biggest story of the night – the saga involving Ole Miss offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil (3:10). They also talk about Tunsil’s comments on receiving money from Ole Miss coaches and how that could impact the NCAA’s investigation into the university (9:57). In addition to Tunsil, Ole Miss players Robert Nkemdiche and Laquon Treadwell were drafted on Thursday, and Mississippi State’s Chris Jones (17:54) is expected to be picked early in the second round.
Finally, Parrish and Logan look at Mississippi State’s baseball series against Alabama (22:14) and Ole Miss’s series with LSU (27:37).
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).