August 10, 2020
Welcome to JYE, a new podcast covering Ole Miss and the SEC. Former Rebel football player Ben Craddock, and longtime college football reporter Parrish Alford share their expertise on what news could hit the college athletics this week.
- What does the name mean?
- How did Andy Kennedy react when he found out?
- Stay tuned to the end for a special birthday shout out
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July 30, 2020
On this episode, hear from Ole Miss head baseball coach Mike Bianco. Additionally, Parrish discusses the 'Ole Miss' name and its future.
July 16, 2020
It's all football on this episode, as Parrish takes a look at QBs and scheduling complications that could arise this fall.
July 6, 2020
Parrish is back from vacation and ready to get caught up on recent happenings in the state. Ben Craddock joins the show to discuss the state flag and gives thoughts on whether or not football will arrive on time.
June 19, 2020
Former Rebel quarterback John Darnell (1987-1989) joins the show this week to break down the Ole Miss quarterback competition.
June 10, 2020
The shortened 2020 MLB Draft begins tonight (Wed., June 10, 2020), so Parrish discusses how it could affect Ole Miss baseball. Also, he visits with one of the Rebels' two top prospects in this year's draft, shortstop Anthony Servideo.
June 3, 2020
On this episode Parrish is joined by Ben Craddock, owner of the Oxford and Saltillo Krystal locations, as well as various other ventures around Mississippi. Craddock grew up in McComb, Miss., and played football at Ole Miss from 1997 to 1999.
He stops by to discuss Mohamed Sanogo's tweet from this week, and the importance of leadership for college football teams during this time.
May 28, 2020
Listen as Parrish visits with fellow Ole Miss athletics beat reporter David Johnson. The Cleveland native discusses his long, winding road to recovery and his battle with COVID-19.
May 21, 2020
Parrish reacts to the NCAA's decision to allow school's to resume voluntary on-campus athletic activities for football and men's + women's basketball June 1. Plus, the recent transfer signing of Arizona State forward Romello White for Kermit White and Rebel hoops.
May 14, 2020
In this episode Parrish visits with former Ole Miss defensive end Gary Turner (1973-1976), who along with Pete Robertson was among the second group of athletes to break the color barrier for Rebel football. They came one season after Ben Williams and James Reed officially opened the door.
Today Turner, who was an All-SEC selection in 1975, lives in West Point. Listen to hear him detail his life journey in Mississippi as a black athlete and human being during times that were difficult to be just that.