The 1958 Ole Miss Rebels football team represented the University of Mississippi during the 1958 NCAA University Division football season. The Rebels were led by 12th-year head coach Johnny Vaught and played their home games at Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi.They competed as members of the Southeastern Conference, finishing in second with a regular season record of 8-2 (3-2 SEC. 1958 Ole Miss Statistics. More 1958 Mississippi Pages. Ole Miss School History. Schedule & Results. Roster
1958. Ole Miss. Rebels. Schedule and Results. Previous Year Next Year. Record: 9-2 (9th of 112) ( Schedule & Results ) Rank: 11th in the Final AP poll. Conference: SEC. Conference Record: 4-2 1958 Ole Miss Football Schedule. The Ole Miss Rebels finished the 1958 season with a 9-2 record. The Rebels were 4-2 in SEC games and ranked third in the conference October 26, 1958 WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM, Little Rock - Escaping another Arkansas-style upset by the skin of their collective teeth, the undefeated Ole Miss Rebels cracked the Razorbacks' annual jinx and defeated the upset-minded Porkers 14-12 in a thrilling jaw-to-jaw football duel before 38,000 frenzied spectators here Saturday afternoon Sept. 14, 2012. FRIDAY FLASHBACK rewinds to some of the memorable Ole Miss games from this week's all-time series. This week features the Rebels' 39-7 win over Texas in the 1958 Sugar Bowl, which capped a 9-1-1 season for Coach John Vaught's Ole Miss team. 24th Annual Sugar Bowl Classic: #7 Ole Miss 39, Texas 7
On Oct 25, 1958, I was 12 years old, living in a small rural Ark town. The Hogs were 0-5 so my dad was able to get endzone seats to the Ark- Ole Miss game in Little Rock since fan interest was waning. First Razorback game I ever saw. On the car ride to LR, I remember the conversation was that the new coach Frank Broyles was a big disappointment. The Rebs were a perennial powerhouse then under. The Golden Years of 1958 and 1962. Southern Miss football reached the pinnacle of college football on two occasions in the program's history. The Mississippi Southern College, which later became Southern Miss, went a combined 18-1 in their 1958 and 1962 championship seasons. The Fabulous Fifties were truly fabulous for Southern Miss. The 1959 Ole Miss Rebels football team represented the University of Mississippi during the 1959 NCAA University Division football season.Ole Miss finished the season with an overall record of ten wins and one loss (10-1), tied for second in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and with a victory over LSU in the Sugar Bowl.The team gave up only 21 points all season, and were crowned national. Football Lettermen (Hometown) Story Links. Mississippi A-D | Mississippi E-M 1958-59 Ross, L.A., FB-QB, 1929-30-31 Salmon, Farley (Fish), RH, 1945-46-47; QB, 1948 Weiss, Richard T., 1952-53-54-55 Weiss, Richard, Jr., OG, 1978. Ole Miss Adds Jake Thornton as Offensive Line Coach 05.24.21. Moore Wins Conerly Trophy, Newman Collects Hull.
24th Annual Sugar Bowl Classic ~ January 1, 1958 #7 Ole Miss 39 (Final: 9-1-1, #7) Texas 7 (Final: 6-4-1, #11) How Ole Miss and Texas Met in the 1958 Sugar Bowl. That chilly, 47-degree afternoon, was a day to be remembered, for the Sugar Bowl, for Ray Brown Ole Miss' Raymond Brown had a day to remember in the 1958 Sugar Bowl, he scored twice, including a record 92-yard run, while adding a passing score and snagg.. > Ole Miss Rebels > 1959 > Roster. Full Site Menu. Return to Top; Players. College Football Scores. Most Recent Games and Any Score Since 1869. Conferences. Big Ten, SEC, ACC, Big 12, Conference USA... Play Index. Player Game Finder, School Game Finder. School Streak Finder, Rivalry Finder The 1957 Ole Miss Rebels football team represented the University of Mississippi during the 1957 NCAA University Division football season. The Rebels were led by 11th-year head coach Johnny Vaught and played their home games at Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi (and alternate site home games in Jackson, Mississippi).They competed as members of the Southeastern Conference, finishing in. The 1958 Sugar Bowl featured the seventh-ranked Ole Miss Rebels and the eleventh-ranked Texas Longhorns.. Background. This was the first game broadcast by NBC.. Game summary. In the first quarter, Ole Miss running back Raymond Brown scored on a 1-yard touchdown run as the Rebels took a 6-0 lead
You are bidding on an original press photo of Ole Miss Rebels Football End Billy Templeton. It shows the end in a press shot for the school. Photo measures 8 x 10 inches and is dated 1/10/1958 Football - Ole Miss Athletics. Top Stories. Countdown. Scoreboard 2. More Headlines and Blog Posts 1958 Polls | College Football at Sports-Reference.com 1958 Poll
The royal/powder blue, the red stripe. Classic Ole Miss. And a classic helmet. No facemask though, and no logo icon.. a bit bare in our opinion. 1955-1957. The facemask appears, and as small as the addition is, it begins to complete the helmet's identity. 1958-1968. 1958 introduces number insignias on each helmet. Facemask remains the same You are bidding on an original press photo of Mississippi Ole Miss Rebels Football Quarterback B Franklin. It shows the Quarterback Bobby Franklin in a press shot for the team. Photo measures 7 x 9 inches and is dated 11/6/1958 College football in 1958 was a game dominated by the run (Ole Miss attempted only three passes against LSU that year) and featured what are now quaintly arcane substitution rules
The biggest game in the history of Tiger Stadium to that point took place on November 1, 1958, when the #6 Ole Miss Rebels, 6-0, faced the #1 Tigers, also 6-0. The SEC championship as well as the national championship were on the line As I indicated in my 1960 MNC article, these were the golden years for Ole Miss football, and the school claims MNCs for 1959, 1960, and this season, though none of those claims were staked until long after the fact (they made and mailed out national championship rings for the 1962 team 50 years later).I covered their Hall of Fame coach, John Vaught, in the linked 1960 article You are bidding on an original press photo of Ole Miss Rebels Football Player Pete Mangum. It shows the player in a press shot for the team. Photo measures 5 x 8 inches and is dated 10/10/1958 The 1958 LSU Tigers football team represented Louisiana State University (LSU) in American football during the 1958 NCAA University Division football season.After finishing the season with a 10-0 record the team was named national champion by the Associated Press (AP) and the Coaches Poll ().. This was LSU's second national championship recognized by the NCAA and the college football.
Gibbs became famous playing catcher for the New York Yankees, but the former Ole Miss quarterback was also a gunslinger for the Rebels. He did play on the baseball team for the Rebels as well. A lot of people know Gibbs as the man who punted the ball to Billy Cannon in 1958, but the Rebel great also led the team at the quarterback position University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS), Class of 1959, Page 115 of 342 | E-Yearbook.com has the largest online yearbook collection of college, university, high school, middle school, junior high school, military, naval cruise books and yearbooks. Search and browse yearbooks online The 1959 Rebels will be celebrated at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame Thursday night at the Renasant Bank Toast to the 1959 Ole Miss Rebels. There will be a reception at 6 p.m. and a program at 7. The night's activities will be highlighted by the showing of a documentary made about the 1959 Ole Miss season. In this case, seeing is believing . Barney Poole, End. Poole was an All-American at two universities, Army and Ole Miss. He first played at Ole Miss as a sophomore in 1942, before wartime sent him to Army from 1944-46, then back. The Ole Miss football team is being led onto the field at Mississippi State University during the 1961 Egg Bowl. Courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. 4. Brandon native and winner of the Miss America pageant, Mary Ann Mobley is photographed performing at local fairgrounds in 1962 - the same year she appeared on.
2012. 2013. 1941: OM 12, Marquette 6. Great old newspaper clippings of Merle Hapes & Junie Hovius. Welcome to my Ole Miss Football Programs website. I started collecting Ole Miss programs many years ago and now have programs from 813 Ole Miss games dating back to 1926. Click on any year to see the covers of the programs I have for that year LSU would hang on to victory when End Gene Sykes would recover a fumble on Ole Miss' final effort. LSU 10, Ole Miss 7. After the game Dietzel remarked, I hope the boys on the 1958 and '59.
LSU is marking the 50th anniversary of Cannon's 89-yard punt return on Halloween Night, 1959 that helped LSU beat Ole Miss, 7-3. Cannon went on to win the Heisman Trophy that year. RICHARD ALAN HANNO The mighty Ole Miss Rebels (10-2) came to the Gator Bowl as a six-point favorite, having led the SEC in rushing, but also spicing their offensive attack with exactly 1,000 yards passing. Folks, that was a bunch back in the day The 1961 edition to the Sugar Bowl featured the 2nd ranked Ole Miss Rebels, and the unranked Rice Owls.After winning the game Ole Miss claimed the national championship. In the first quarter, Rebel quarterback Jake Gibbs scored on an 8 yard touchdown run. In the third quarter, Rice would score on a 2 yard run by Blume, but the extra point missed and Rice was still trailing 7-6
The others are Tennessee's Bobby Cifers in 1942, Georgia's Zeke Bratkowski in 1953, Florida's Don Chandler in 1955, Georgia's Bobby Walden in 1958, Ole Miss' Frank Lambert in 1964, Tennessee's Ron. The 6-5 finish was the Tide's worst record since the 5-4-1 finish in 1958, Bryant's first at Alabama. Ole Miss went the opposite direction, didn't lose another Southeastern Conference game.
Ole Miss Sports Hall of Fame. First team All-America selection. Played 10 years in the NFL (seven with Cleveland, three with New Orleans). Raymond Brown (BBA '58; LLB '62) Member of Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. Ole Miss Sports Hall of Fame. Played professional football for the Baltimore Colts, 1958-1960. Lindy Callahan (BSHPE '53. . 25, 1958, LSU defeated Florida, 10-7, in Tiger Stadium, and Ole Miss beat Arkansas in Little Rock, 14-12, to set up a Game of the Century in. Richard Price was a Vicksburg native and member of some of Ole Miss' best teams from 1958-60. The award in his honor was established in 1998 and is presented annually at the football team's. Former LSU Heisman Trophy winner Billy Cannon joined a group of eight Ole Miss football players in 1999 to celebrate the 90th birthday of Rebels' legendary coach Johnny Vaught.(Ole Miss sports.
Everything is set for the biggest LSU-Ole Miss game in Tiger Stadium since the No. 8 Tigers beat the No. 16 Rebels and quarterback Archie Manning, 61-17, on ABC on the night of Dec. 5, 1970 View the Mississippi Rebels roster for the 2020 FBS college football season . He was graduated from Jackson Central High School in 1954 at the age of 16. In that same year, he left to attend the University of Mississippi where he remained until he was graduated in 1958. He was first in his graduate class of 1958. Ole Miss awarded him the Taylor Medal in German
January 1, 1958: Ole Miss Rebels (39) Texas Longhorns (7) Tulane Stadium: January 1, 1960: Ole Miss Rebels (21) LSU Tigers (0) Tulane Stadium: January 2, 1961: Ole Miss Rebels (14) Rice Owls (6) Tulane Stadium: January 1, 1962: Alabama Crimson Tide (10) Arkansas Razorbacks (3) Tulane Stadium: January 1, 1963: Ole Miss Rebels (17) Arkansas. Billingsley, a 1950 law graduate, was a consistent member of the Lamar Order, the giving society for the School of Law. He also made gifts to Ole Miss First and Ole Miss athletics. He loved Ole Miss football, and I had the pleasure of accompanying him many times to the Grove on game days, Billingsley recalled 3 Previous games for LSU against Ole Miss as the No. 1 team in The Associated Press poll.The Tigers defeated the Rebels 14-0 in 1958, 7-3 in 1959 and 41-24 in 2007. LSU has a 25-4 record when.
Get the schedule and results of LSU vs Ole Miss series record. Get series record of all LSU opponent 1958 NCAA University Division football season and related information | Frankensaurus.com helping you find ideas, people, places and things to other similar topics searching for Ole Miss Rebels football 51 found (622 total) alternate case: ole Miss Rebels football. Alundis Brice (655 words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Alundis Marcell Brice (born May 1, 1971) is a former professional American football cornerback in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys Crawford, a native of Jackson, Tennessee, actually spent 58 years in Oxford, having been a star athlete for the Rebels and Ole Miss' last three-sport letterman, excelling in football, basketball.
Fast and Furious meets Ole Miss football With the return of our favorite crew, we give the Mi Familia treatment to the 2021 football schedule. Ole Miss, Keith Carter extend Mike Bianco's. Ole Miss (7-4, 4-3 Southeastern Conference) snapped a six-game losing streak against LSU (7-4, 3-4) with its first win in the long rivalry since 2001. It also gave the Rebels the inside track to. The 1958 LSU Tigers football team represented Louisiana State University (LSU) in American football during the 1958 college football season. 130 relations Get a recap of the LSU Tigers vs. Ole Miss Rebels football game. The Tigers (11-0, 7-0 Southeastern Conference) matched their best start since 1958. It was the worst margin of defeat for Ole. His 89-yard punt return in 1959 against Ole Miss has become a gridiron legend, but few remember that he and Warren Rabb stuffed Ole Miss at the goal line of a fourth and inches to preserve the.
The strength of Navy's defensive performance in the 1955 Sugar Bowl lay in the fact that Ole Miss simply couldn't move the ball. Yards, first downs, time of possession - Ole Miss was. 1/1/1958 Ole Miss (Vaught) 39 7-7 8-1-1 77,484 $320,006 Texas (Royal) 7 NR-11 6-3-1 1 p.m. ABC 1/1/1959 LSU (Dietzel) 7 1 10-0-0 80,331 $320,006 Clemson (Howard) 0 12 8-2-0 1 p.m. NBC 1/1/1960 Ole Miss (Vaught) 21 2 9-1-0 81,141 $330,000 LSU (Dietzel) 0 3 9-1-0 1 p.m. NBC 1/2/1961 Ole Miss (Vaught) 14 Collection contains programs related to various football games at the University of Mississippi held 1929-1997. Hemingway Stadium, 29 November 1958. Folder 6: 1959 : a. Ole Miss vs. Memphis State, Hemingway Stadium, 3 October. b. Ole Miss vs. Tulane, Hemingway Stadium, 17 October. Homecoming game When Ole Miss lost to LSU by a 10-7 score in 1961, the Shreveport Times headline read, Tigers Upset Ole Miss To Maintain Four-Year Jinx. Ole Miss went 38-5-1 from 1958 to 1961 — 0-3-1. Over these 7 years, Ole Miss was 64-7-4, and they were top 10 every year but 1958, when they were #11. They were top 5 for 4 straight years 1959-1962, and the school claims 3 national championships during those 4 years (though they are pretending that being #1 in a computer rating constitutes a national championship)
1958 to 1972 was the most meaningful stretch in the rivalry. Ignoring ties, LSU won 77% of its games during the period, and Ole Miss won 75%. Neither side had a losing season during that stretch and each went undefeated and untied once. Ole Miss went 10-0-1 one year (1960) also, the tie coming against the Tigers When Ole Miss celebrated its 100th anniversary of fielding a football team in 1993, Williams was voted by the fans to the school's Team of the Century. He was also chosen to Athlon Sports All.
Ole Miss beat Oklahoma State 21-7. The Cotton Bowl is named in 2013 one of six bowl games to comprise the College Football Playoff. It will host the national semifinals once every three years. 1957 SEC football standings: v · d · e Conf Overall Team W L T W L T #1 Auburn † 7 - 0 - 0 10 - 0 - 0 #7 Ole Miss: 5 - 0 - 1 9 - 1 - 1 #14 Mississippi State: 4 - 2 - 1 6 - 2 - 1 #17 Florida: 4 - 2 - 1 6 - 2 - 1 #13 Tennessee: 4 - 3 - 0 8 - 3 - 0 Vanderbilt: 3 - 3 - 1 5 - 3 - 2 LSU: 4 - 4. SEC Football by the Numbers: Heisman Trophy history. Updated Jan 02, in 1958, · Ole Miss QB Jake Gibbs (behind Navy RB Joe Bellino and Minnesota OL Tom Brown) in 1960,. Flowers was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1997, the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in 1985, the Ole Miss Sports Hall of Fame in 1988 and the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2010