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2016 Schedule
6th in SEC

Ole Miss takes over the SEC Network

The 24-hour Ole Miss marathon begins at midnight on SEC Network. Among the great Rebels games being replayed on Thursday are the 2001 football victory over LSU and the 2015 NCAA tournament win over BYU. Full schedule

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Watch: No. 5 TMD vs. No. 8 Trained to Go

The TMD team is led by former Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson. Also featured is Arkansas' B.J. Young in the backcourt. Meanwhile, Mike Bruesewitz (Wisconsin) and Calvin Godfrey (Memphis) are also suiting up for the No. 5 seed in The Basketball Tournament. Live on ESPN3

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TBT's Super 16 loaded with former college, NBA players

Just 16 teams remain in The Basketball Tournament's race for $2 million. Familiar names like Mike Bibby, Jason Williams, Hakim Warrick and Marshall Henderson square off starting Thursday.

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41dJeff Goodman

SEC stability: Is Kentucky John Calipari's last job?

The NBA will keep calling John Calipari. But will he ever answer? Don't count on it. He's a fixture in Lexington. Our stability rankings look at who else is solid in the SEC and who isn't so set.

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Ole Miss Pro Day, NFL free agency

Suzy Kolber, Louis Riddick, Jeremy Fowler and Jarrett Bell break down Ole Miss Pro Day which featured their top draft prospects. Plus, they delve into the latest NFL free agency signings.

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The road to the Championship (1:10)
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Stefan Moody will shoot from anywhere

And the Ole Miss star will make from anywhere.

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Alabama holds off Ole Miss for spot in quarterfinals (2:43)
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Bama holds off Ole Miss for spot in SEC quarterfinals (0:37)
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Avery Johnson breaks down Alabama's win over Ole Miss (4:10)

Tide roll over Rebels

Alabama took the win Thursday night over Ole Miss, 81-73. The Tide had three leaders in Retin Obasohan, Arthur Edwards and Riley Norris. The Rebels were led by Stefan Moody, who scored an eye-popping 39 points. Box score

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Ole Miss' Stefan Moody stole the show with 39 points, but Alabama was the better team and advances to Friday's quarterfinals with an 81-73 victory. The Crimson Tide were sharp from the outset and get Kentucky next.

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Retin Obasohan Postgame Interview (0:56)
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Good luck stopping Moody on this play

Ole Miss' Stefan Moody goes around the entire Alabama defense by himself to finish with a smooth 360 spin move for the highlight reel layup.

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Stefan Moody has magnificent moves

The Ole Miss guard got by the Alabama defense by himself, gets a full spin move and then finishes the highlight-reel play with a layup.

Team Stats

Points Per Game75.2Tied-129th
Rebounds Per Game38.467th
Assists Per Game12.9207th
Points Allowed72.1183rd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record5-8
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances8