The small Mississippi communities of Hickory Flat, Pontotoc, Ingomar, East Webster and the African country of Uganda all have one thing in common – Michael Seger.
Jerell Bernard, 22, a former Ole Miss basketball walk-on, decided that basketball is not for him after fracturing his foot multiple times at Northeast Mississippi Community College. Benard started playing basketball his 11th grade year.
Basketball is easily one of the most entertaining sports in the world. It’s complex, yet simple game play brings excitement in all countries. For me, basketball is one of the most important teachers I have ever had.
Many Americans believe one should pack their bags and explore the world after college. However, Marlee Sue Bradley, who was born and raised in small town Corinth, wants to remain there.
There are many people behind the scenes at the university of Mississippi who help make sure University of Mississippi athletes get the academic help they need.
Skye Spiehler Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org It has been 14 years since basketball phenom LeBron James played his first professional game. He was just a couple of months removed from being a high […]
Intramural sports provide an outlet, fellowship, and a relaxed way to play a variety of sports throughout the year. Some of these sports include flag football, sand volleyball and disc golf. All […]
Hunter Ransom Paris Buchanan, assistant director of marketing for Ole Miss Athletics, and Terence Davis Jr., a member of the Ole Miss Basketball Team, are interviewed in this video about Dunk or […]
James Lott HottyToddy.com Jan. 18, 2012 – My friend’s apartment: Three hours before the game I can still remember the day when I put on the suit for the first time. I […]
Lynecia Christion HottyToddy.com The Ole Miss Rebels Basketball Team hosted and won their exhibition game against the Clayton State Lochs Thursday night. Although the Rebels allowed the opposing team to cut their […]
Luke Jenkins Bio The start of the high school basketball season is less than a month away. For head coach Drew Tyler and the boy’s basketball team at Oxford High School, the expectations […]