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Ole Miss Adds Indiana Transfer Nick Williams

May 18th, 2009
IndianaOXFORD, Miss. -- Ole Miss head basketball coach Andy Kennedy announced Monday that former Indiana starting guard Nick Williams is transferring to join the Rebels.

Due to NCAA transfer rules, the 6-foot-4, 211-pound Alabama native can start practicing with the team in the fall but is ineligible for the 2009-10 season. Williams may begin playing in the 2010-11 campaign with three years of eligibility remaining.

David Huertas Leaving Ole Miss (Going Pro)

April 14th, 2009
InternationalOXFORD, Miss. ? Junior guard David Huertas has elected to forego his senior year at Ole Miss and pursue a professional basketball career in his native country of Puerto Rico, head coach Andy Kennedy announced Monday.

Huertas led the Rebels in scoring this past season with 18.1 points per game and was named to the All-SEC second team by the Associated Press and league coaches. He was also a second team All-District selection by the NABC.

Cheerleader of the Day: Ole Miss

March 9th, 2009
Ole Miss

Thanks to our friends over at Icon Sports Media, CHN has access to thousands of great college & NBA basketball photos.  Each day, along with our daily Big Picture, we'll be featuring a Cheerleader (or Dancer) of the Day.

 

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SEC Tournament: Schedule & Pairings

March 8th, 2009
Alabama

2009 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament

March 12-15

Battered and Bloodied: The Year in College Basketball Videos

February 9th, 2009
Houston

This college basketball season has been an interesting one to say the least. Like any other year we have seen teams rise and fall. We have seen great individual performances, nail biting games, and buzzer beaters…but this year has also been entertaining for other reasons. There have been ejections, cheap shots, and even a face stomp. Here’s a collection of videos on the “controversial” events that have occurred already this season…

College Basketball: Seven Day Stretch

January 29th, 2009
ajprice.jpgRob Carpentier's "Seven Day Stretch" is a whirlwind tour around every corner of college basketball nation:

 

Seven Day Savior (Team): Washington Huskies

SEC: Mid-Season Review

January 12th, 2009
Tyler Smith - TennesseeThank goodness for Tim Tebow.

 

The legend-in-the-making Florida QB led the Gators to the national championship last Thursday, their second in three years and the third straight title for an SEC school. Tebow’s performance erased much of a mediocre SEC season in most people’s minds, and gave the conference bragging rights once again. The only bad thing is…Tebow doesn’t play basketball as well.

 

Ole Miss PG Chris Warren Out For Season

December 20th, 2008
Ole MissOXFORD, Miss. ? The injury-riddled 2008-09 Ole Miss basketball season continued on Friday as the team learned that sophomore point guard Chris Warren will miss the remainder of the season after a Friday morning MRI revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. It also showed a minor MCL sprain, a medial meniscus tear and a lateral bone contusion.