Ole Miss senior Punter Rob Park, who was the Rebel punter his freshman and sophomore years, rededicated himself after a disappointing junior year that saw him lose his job. The result has been satisfying. Read about it inside.
November 12, 2008
It's hard to beat sunny and 72 degrees when your intention is to practice football. That's what the Rebels had Wednesday as they strapped on the gear for more preparations for Saturday's game versus Arkansas in Fayetteville. Read about it inside.
October 22, 2008
What will Coach Houston Nutt and Special Teams Coordinator James Shibest do to shore up the dismal special teams results of 2007? Don't expect miracles, but improvement is definitely anticipated and expected.
August 28, 2008
Special Teams Coordinator James Shibest must feel like he's in the Twilight Zone because he's still delving into the "unknown" with the Rebels specialists. Read about it inside.
From all reports and observations, the special teams, which were a plus in 2006, should remain a staple of the 2007 edition of Ole Miss football. Read about it inside.
August 20, 2007
With the kicker, punter, holder, snapper and return specialists returning off a successful 2006 showing, special teams should be even better in 2007, says ST Coach Chris Rippon. Read about it inside.
Replacing Andrew Wicker at left guard was the number one priority of th offensive line this spring. Sophomore Reid Neely appears to be the guy stepping to the front midway through spring drills. Read about it inside.
Rising junior Rob Park has been the Rebel punter and holder on placements for the past two seasons. He now considers himself a veteran, and with that comes a degree of leadership responsibility and higher expectations of production. Read about it inside.
February 28, 2007