Patrick Willis, who starred as an Ole Miss linebacker a decade ago, is among 75 former FBS standouts named Thursday to the 2018 College Football Hall of Fame ballot by the National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame.
Ken Cooper, 80, who led Ole Miss to one of its most memorable football upsets, a 20-13 victory over eventual 1977 national champion Notre Dame, passed away Tuesday, May 30, 2017 in Savannah, Georgia.
Kickoff times and TV assignments for 2017 Ole Miss football games against South Alabama, California and Mississippi State were announced Wednesday.
Ole Miss junior Sean Rawlings has been named to the spring watch list for the 2017 Rimington Trophy, which honors the top center in Division I FBS college football.
Ole Miss senior defensive end Marquis Haynes has been selected to the watch list for the 2017 Lott IMPACT Trophy, the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation recently announced.
After four Ole Miss players were selected in the recent NFL Draft, nine more Rebels have been given an opportunity to further their football career in the professional ranks.
Team Ole Miss closed out with five straight birdies to win the 2017 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge by two strokes Tuesday at the Reynolds Lake Oconee Resort outside Atlanta.
Three Rebels were selected during Saturday’s final two rounds of the NFL Draft, giving Ole Miss four total draft picks in 2017.
Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram was chosen 23rd overall by the New York Giants in Thursday’s first round of the NFL Draft.
Ole Miss has a long and proud of history of developing players for the National Football League, and that reputation has only grown in recent years. Seven Rebels have been selected in the last three versions of the NFL Draft, and several more are hoping to hear their names called this Thursday-Saturday.
Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze and former tight end Wesley Walls will defend their title at the 11th annual Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge charity golf tournament April 30-May 3. The duo will compete for a share of a $630,000 total purse, and the team’s winnings will be split between an endowed scholarship at Ole Miss and The Freeze Foundation.
With local blood banks at an all-time low, the Ole Miss football team is partnering with Mississippi Blood Services to strengthen reserves for the Oxford-University community.
On a picturesque day at Vaught-Hemingway, the offense edged the defense 31-29 behind explosive plays from quarterback Shea Patterson and Ole Miss’ talented receivers.