The big news from the Ole Miss camp this week hasn’t been Sugar Bowl prep, but the status of star defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche. He was hospitalized after an incident at an Atlanta hotel over the weekend and is facing a drug charge. Parrish and Logan discuss that situation (:56), and they also check in on MSU, which saw safeties coach Tony Hughes hired as Jackson State’s head coach (9:00). Ole Miss basketball coach Andy Kennedy has reached 200 wins (17:11), and MSU’s hoopsters are still trying to find their way (18:43). And appearing on the show today is John Davis of the Oxford Citizen to talk some recruiting (21:15).
It might be considered a “dead period” with the football regular season being finished, but Parrish and Logan find plenty to talk about on this week’s episode. The coaches released their All-SEC team this week, and the first team includes both some Rebels and Bulldogs (3:11). Other topics include the transfer of Ole Miss quarterback DeVante Kincade (14:06), MSU’s QB situation for next season (16:37), the departure of State’s strength coach (19:11), and updates on the basketball teams (20:25). And Parrish has an interview with Oklahoma State beat writer Mark Cooper, who gives some insight into the Rebels’ Sugar Bowl opponent (27:33).
No games this week for Ole Miss or Mississippi State, because the regular season has ended. But Parrish and Logan have plenty to talk about, as they recap last week’s Egg Bowl (20:40) and discuss bowl possibilities for both squads (12:00). Other topics today: Dan Mullen’s name being tied to several openings (2:03), the Conerly Trophy (6:11), and basketball (27:47).
It’s Egg Bowl week, and the stakes are high for the annual matchup between Ole Miss and Mississippi State. The teams meet Saturday at 6:15 p.m. in Starkville, with the game being broadcast by ESPN2. Both teams are coming off important wins and have identical 8-3 records. The winner likely gets a better bowl berth, and the Rebels could actually win the SEC West with a win plus an Alabama loss to Auburn in the Iron Bowl. Ole Miss reporter Parrish Alford and MSU reporter Logan Lowery take a look back at last weekend’s big wins and break down the Egg Bowl matchup. Also, TV analyst and former Auburn player Cole Cubelic joins Parrish to talk about Auburn’s chances of beating Alabama.
After a heartbreaking overtime loss to Arkansas, a bye week might have done Ole Miss some good. The Rebels are back in action Saturday against struggling LSU, which is also coming off a loss to Arkansas. As for Mississippi State, it gets next shot at the red-hot Hogs this week, making a rare appearance in Fayetteville. Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery break it all down on today’s episode. Plus, Parrish has an interview with LSU beat reporter Randy Rosetta (21:48).
This week, Parrish Alford and Logan Lowery talk about the Arkansas-Ole Miss game that the Rebels lost in overtime, and they look ahead to Mississippi State’s big home game against No. 2 Alabama this weekend. Also, Parrish has some audio from Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze during this bye week for his team. And how about some basketball talk?
Mississippi State is at Missouri tonight, and Ole Miss hosts Arkansas on Saturday. Parrish and Logan talk a lot about Missouri’s struggling offense but its good defense and how that could give MSU problems tonight. Parrish talks about Laquon Treadwell’s four-straight 100-yard receiving games and about how much Ole Miss has improved since Memphis. Parrish also interviews Tom Murphy (22:11), who covers Arkansas for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette newspaper.
Parrish speaks with Jay Tate, publisher of the Auburn site on the Rivals network, about this week’s game between Ole Miss and Auburn. Mississippi State and Logan are off this week.
The big news today is that of Mississippi State baseball associate head coach Butch Thompson being named head coach at Auburn. Logan and Parrish discuss that, as well as the ACL injury to MSU football cornerback Will Redmond and the Ole Miss injury list. They also talk about this week’s match-ups — MSU vs. Kentucky and Ole Miss vs. Texas A&M — as well as the Tee Shepard saga at Ole Miss.
Parrish and Logan discuss the healing powers of the Sun Belt Conference after big wins by Ole Miss and Mississippi State last week. They also talk about the return of Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil and the challenge he will face from Texas A&M defensive end Gabe Myles in his first game back next week. But first, Ole Miss plays at Memphis and Mississippi State hosts Louisiana Tech on Saturday.