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ole miss meet the rebels 2012

The Ole Miss Rebels football team represented the University of Mississippi in the .. Overall record, Last meeting, Result. 3–2, Jan. 2, , W, Ole Miss Fans Meet Rebel Players, Coaches in Oxford .. Georgia, site of the NCAA Championships, where Scholtz reached the Elite Eight as a freshman. Meet the Rebels. Two-time Mississippi Junior Amateur Champion One of the Played in the Big I National Championship in and

Parking Parking passes will only be sold to those fans that held them during the regular season. Free general parking is permitted at the South Lot located at Taylor Road and highway 6.

As a reminder, the Old Taylor Road bridge is under construction and closed, including all exit ramps. To enter campus from highway 6 you will need to take either the Coliseum Drive or Lamar Avenue exits. Regular parking enforcement outside of designated baseball parking pass lots and the South Lot will be in affect Monday-Friday 7: Campus patrons parking outside of the designated baseball lots are subject to citations.

Teams Ole Miss, the 10th ranked team in the country, is hosting its sixth regional in program history, and is making its 12th postseason appearance of the year Bianco era.

The Rebels led the Southeastern Conference in batting average. Ole Miss was second in the league in both slugging percentage. Three Rebels ranked in the top five of the SEC in hits this season. Junior outfielder Auston Bousfield led the conference with 87 hits, senior catcher Will Allen ranked second with 83 hits, and senior third baseman Austin Anderson finished in a tie for fifth with 76 hits.

Ellis led the trio with a 2. Ole Miss is all-time vs.

ole miss meet the rebels 2012

Jacksonville State, with the Rebels sweeping the Gamecocks in a three-game series to open the season. The Gamecocks, coached by Jim Case, won the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Championship by becoming the first team in OVC history to win six straight elimination games in the tournament after losing their tournament opener.

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Collectively, JSU held a. On the mound, the Gamecocks posted a team ERA of 4. Senior outfielder Griff Gordon led Jacksonville State with a. Sophomore first baseman Paschal Petrongolo was third on the team with a.

Junior right-handed pitcher Zachary Fowler has a team-high seven wins for the Gamecocks, posting a record with a team-high Junior relief pitcher Travis Stout, who picked up the save in that game, has 15 saves on the year, and has tied the school career record with 32 saves, which is also tied for the second most in OVC history. Washington finished second in the Pac Conference standings this year to Oregon State, which earned the No.

Led by head coach Lindsay Meggs, the Huskies closed out the regular season ranked No. Senior outfielder Brian Wolfe held a team-high.

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Junior infielder Trevor Mitsui is one of those Huskies with five home runs. Junior right-handed pitcher Tyler Davis leads the UW pitching staff with an impressive record and a sparkling 1. Georgia Tech, with the Rebels and Yellow Jackets last getting together in The Rebels ended that season 10—0 and as national champions. The Rebels were ranked atop the Associated Press poll for three weeks during the season and one week during the campaign. InOle Miss was ranked preseason No. Vaught also made going to postseason play the norm rather than the exception for the Rebel football program.

Ole Miss played in 15 consecutive bowl games from to which, at that time, was a national record. In all, Vaught led Ole Miss to 18 bowl game appearances, posting a 10—8 record in those contests.

In 24 seasons, Vaught produced 26 All-America first teamers. He also coached four players who finished in the top five in the Heisman Trophy voting. Along with Conerly inCharlie Flowers 5th inJake Gibbs 3rd in and Archie Manning 4th in3rd in were in the running for college football's top honor. Failing health forced Vaught to resign his position in and the reins of the Ole Miss football program were turned over to Billy Kinard.

Kinard era — [ edit ] Billy Kinard became the first Ole Miss alumnus to head up the football program, while Frank "Bruiser" Kinard, an offensive line coach under Vaught sincewas named athletic director that same year.

The Rebels went 16—9 under Billy Kinard, including a 10—2 record and a 41—18 Peach Bowl victory over Georgia Tech in his first year in Kinard coached the Rebels through the season and through the third game of the season. After the disappointing 5—5 season inthere was some pressure among the alumni to have Kinard removed. The administration bowed to this pressure after the Rebels started the season 1—2, including a shutout loss to Missouri, 17—0, and was upset by Memphis State, 17— Both Billy Kinard and Frank Kinard were fired, and Johnny Vaught was rehired as both the head coach and athletic director.

Following the football season, Vaught resigned once again as head coach, but remained on as athletic director. His final record with the Rebels was —61— Ken Cooper era — [ edit ] Ken Cooper, an assistant under Kinard sincewas named head coach on January 17,and took Ole Miss through the season.

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Cooper compiled a 21—23 record during his four years at the helm, and his tenure is probably best remembered for one hot and humid day in September That loss was the Irish's lone setback of the campaign, as Notre Dame finished the season with an 11—1 record and claimed both the AP and UPI national titles. Cooper is now the assistant head coach and offensive line coach at Benedictine Military School in Savannah, Ga.

Steve Sloan era — [ edit ] Following the season, Steve Sloanthe former All-American quarterback at Alabama under Paul "Bear" Bryantwas hired as the new Rebel boss and began his five-year stint in Sloan posted a 20—34 record from to Billy Brewer era — [ edit ] After stepping outside the Ole Miss family football tree the previous nine seasons, Ole Miss looked for a familiar face to lead the football program, and the Rebels found that person when Billy Brewer returned to Oxford to take over as head coach in December In his first season inBrewer guided the Rebels to their first winning regular season since with a 7—4 record Tulane win a result of forfeit.

The Rebels also went to their first bowl game since losing to Air Force 9—3 in the Independence Bowl. Brewer remained in Oxford for another ten seasons, leading the Rebels to five winning seasons and four bowls, including Ole Miss' New Year's Day Gator Bowl appearance, which was the program's first January bowl game since He was named SEC Coach of the Year in 8—3—1 record and 9—3 recordand inthe Rebels return to the national rankings for the first time in over a decade.

Brewer coached 11 years —93 and compiled a 68—55—3 record, making him at the time the second winningest Ole Miss football coach behind Vaught. Brewer was dismissed just prior to the season after the NCAA infractions committee found him guilty of "unethical conduct," and Ole Miss defensive coordinator Joe Lee Dunn took over as interim coach, directing the Rebels to a 4—7 record under difficult circumstances highlighted only by a 34—21 victory over rival LSU.

ole miss meet the rebels 2012

Tommy Tuberville era — [ edit ] On December 2,Tommy Tuberville was selected as the coach in charge of getting the Rebels on the right track. That excitement grew inwhen Ole Miss recorded its best season since with an 8—4 record, a thrilling 15—14 Egg Bowl victory over Mississippi State and a Motor City Bowl win over Marshall University. The bowl appearance was the program's first sinceand the Rebels earned a final national ranking of No.

The revitalized Ole Miss program continued in its success inbut suffered a setback after the Egg Bowl when Tuberville, despite repeated assurances that he would not leave — even going so far as to say "They'll have to take me out of here in a pine box" [5] [6] [7] - agreed 2 days later to become the head coach at SEC West rival Auburn University.

David Cutcliffe era — [ edit ] David Cutcliffe took over as head coach on December 2, Cutcliffe, who came to Ole Miss from his offensive coordinator post at Tennessee, took over the reins just 29 days before the Rebels' Sanford Independence Bowl date versus Texas Tech. Despite the short preparation time for the game, Cutcliffe led the Rebels to a 35—18 victory over the Red Raiders, quite arguably the biggest upset of the bowl season.

Cutcliffe brought with him to Oxford a high-powered offensive style that energized the Rebel fanbase. In the time from tothe Rebels played in six bowl games, tied with Arkansas for the most bowl appearances among SEC Western Division schools during that span. Cutcliffe had four winning seasons in his first five seasons at Ole Miss, in 8—47—57—4 and 7—6becoming the first Rebel mentor since Harry Mehre —41 to post winning marks in his first five years.

Cutcliffe also directed Ole Miss to four bowl appearances in his first five seasons. Following their 31—28 victory over Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl Classic, the Rebels finished 13 in the final poll. Despite his 44—29 record, five straight winning seasons, and guiding the team to its first 10 win season in over 30 years, Cutcliffe was fired by Ole Miss's Athletic Director Pete Boone in December after the team posted a disappointing 4—7 record and three consecutive losses to LSU.

Ed Orgeron era — [ edit ] Ed Orgeron Ed Orgeronregarded as one of college football's premier defensive line coaches and recruiters, was named the 35th head football coach in the history of the University of Mississippi on December 16, He also served as USC's recruiting coordinator from to and was named assistant head coach in