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Ole Miss and the College World Series

The only thing hotter than Hadesburg’s temperature were Ole Miss’s bats and arms. Now the Rebels head to Nebraska for the College World Series. In this week’s pod, Rick and Tyler break down last week’s Super Regional and take a look at what’s in store for the eight teams that have booked their ticket to Omaha.

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A Hattiesburg native and Jackson resident, Rick Cleveland has been a sports columnist for Mississippi Today since 2016. A graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, Rick has worked for Monroe (La.) News Star World, Jackson News daily and Clarion Ledger. He was a sports editor for the Hattiesburg American, executive director of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. His work as a syndicated columnist and celebrity sports writer has appeared in numerous magazines, periodicals, and newspapers.
Rick has been recognized 13 times as Mississippi Sportswriter of the Year and has received multiple awards and honors for his reporting and writing.

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Tyler Cleveland is a lead reporter for Scorebook Live and co-host of Mississippi Today’s Crooked Letter sports podcast.

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