23 October 2007

10 Things to Feel Good About

Yes, Football is king in the south but fortunately for us there are other sports at Ole Miss. And in almost every other sport we are succeeding. Let's take a look at 10 things we as Rebel fans have to feel good about.


  • This year's class is the #25 class in the nation. (Collegiate Baseball).
  • One of only two schools in the country to host a regional in each of the last 4 season
  • Advanced to the Super Regionals in the last three seasons
  • Most SEC wins in the past 5 years in the conference
  • Only school to post wining record in league since 2002
  • Upgrading stadium to one of the best in the country
  • Andy Kennedy in his first season won the West.
  • Season ticket sales are up and the excitement is in the air for the first time in several years.
  • A new Basketball practice facility is in the works.

  • First NCAA appearance in school history last year.
  • Poised to make a second appearance in the NCAA with a current record of 18-5, 8-4 SEC.

Women's Basketball--
  • Elite 8 appearance last season.
  • Renee Ladner Era begins.
  • OOC schedule includes teams from each major conference.

  • Ole Miss returns 7 of our 8 top players from last year.
  • Six straight SEC West titles
  • Sweet 16 last year and ended the season with a #7 ranking.
  • Three SEC West titles
  • Three NCAA appearances in the past 5 years

Track & Field--

  • Both Men's and Women's teams finished the 2007 NCAA Outdoor Championship with their highest rankings in school history. (Men finished 12th, Women 27th)
  • Kirui won the national championship in the Men's 3,000 meter Steeplechase.

  • Ole Miss men have won back to back tournaments for the first time since 1985.

  • Our campus is one of the most beautiful in the country. The beauty, safety and host city all make Ole Miss an easy sell to recruits.

Alumni-- We Alumni who are currently playing in professional sports that focus the national sportlight on Ole Miss.
  • Eli Manning
  • Seth Smith
  • Patrick Willis
  • Deuce McAllister


Anonymous said...

Great to see a positive post. Football is suffering right now, but we are headed in the right direction. Trying to be patient and give it the time necessary to recover from Cut.

Anonymous said...

you actually think this terrible teams problems are because of cutcliffe.......... FIRE COACH O!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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