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South Carolina Sacks No. 4 Mississippi

Gamecocks hound Rebs' star Snead in 16-10 victory

(Newser) - Mississippi wasn't ready for the top five—or South Carolina's defense. Star passer Jevan Snead was hounded all game and the fourth-ranked Rebels never got in gear, losing at South Carolina 16-10 tonight. The Gamecocks (3-1, 1-1 Southeastern Conference) had been 1-31 all-time against top-5 foes, but gave its home... More »

Rebels Rise Up in Cotton Bowl

(Newser) - Ole Miss isn't just the team that handed Florida its only loss. These Rebels are seriously on the rise. Behind Jevan Snead's passing, Dexter McCluster's squirming runs, and some big returns by Marshay Green, No. 20 Mississippi overcame an early deficit and beat No. 7 Texas Tech 47-34 today in... More »

Penn State Shocks No. 8 Michigan State

Arkansas crushes Florida, South Carolina upsets Ole Miss

(Newser) - Penn State was hitting 59% of its free throws, had lost six straight and hadn't beaten a ranked team in two years. So of course the Nittany Lions went out yesterday and made 16-of-20 free throws to shock No. 8 Michigan State 85-76 in a Big Ten upset, reports the... More »

St. John Clearly Not Patron Saint of Shooting

Villanova also can't buy a bucket vs. Pitt; Ole Miss upsets Vandy

(Newser) - St. John's shot a season-low 21.3% from the field and didn't get a basket until five minutes remained in the first half—and No. 6 Georgetown took advantage, trampling the Red Storm 74-42. The intermission tally was an absurd 41-14, and fittingly, a reserve player led the victors with... More »

Surging Rutgers Stuns No. 13 Pittsburgh

Mississippi St. upsets Mississippi, Richmond shocks No. 16 Dayton

(Newser) - Corey Chandler scored 18 points and Mike Coburn had 17 to lead Rutgers to a 77-64 Big East upset of No. 13 Pittsburgh today, reports the Associated Press. The Scarlet Knights (10-11, 2-6) beat No. 18 Villanova Wednesday. Pitt (16-4, 4-3), which was 11-0 at home coming in, was led... More »

Ole Miss Starts Hot, Defeats Limping LSU

Arizona wins at Houston while Clemson tops Florida State in 2OT

(Newser) - Mississippi bounced back from a tough loss at Tennessee Wednesday, and held off feisty LSU 74-71. The Rebels had a 14-point halftime lead and extended that to 22 before an 18-2 run by the Tigers, who played without two starters. Eniel Polynice and Chris Warren each had 15 points for... More »

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