Andy Kennedy, who's announced earlier this week that he would part ways with Ole Miss at the end of the season, is now stepping down, effective immediately.
Andy Kennedy announced that, effective immediately, he will be stepping down as the head coach at Ole Miss. Tony Madlock will serve as the interim head coach for the remainder of the season. The reason is simple: Kennedy wanted to “relieve any external pressure being felt by our current players” and he did not believe
Saturday's loss to Mississippi State was Andy Kennedy's final game at Ole Miss
Andy Kennedy lost his first game as the lame duck Ole Miss head coach on Tuesday night, and after the game he didn’t hold back when discussing what is wrong with his team. In summation, they don’t play with pride. Give it a listen: Unbelievable honesty here from Andy Kennedy after Ole Miss' loss to
On Monday Ole Miss announced that it will part ways with longtime head coach Andy Kennedy, whose team sits at 11-14 overall (4-8 SEC) and is on a five-game losing streak. In his previous 11 seasons at the helm, Kennedy guided the Rebels to at least 20 wins a total of eight times. Show More Summary
Coach Andy Kennedy will part ways with Ole Miss at the end of the season.
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Mississippi coach Andy Kennedy and the school are parting ways after 12 seasons. Kennedy announced Monday his decision to step down as head coach, effective at the end of the season. The decision comes two daysShow More Summary
Coach Andy Kennedy and Mississippi are parting ways after 12 seasons
Andy Kennedy will leave Ole Miss as the winningest coach in school history
Andy Kennedy is Ole Miss' all-time winningest basketball coach, but this year will be third-straight season team has missed NCAA tournament
Ole Miss and men's basketball coach Andy Kennedy will part ways after the season, a source confirmed to ESPN's Jeff Goodman.
The Rebels are 11-14 this season. The Andy Kennedy era is over for Ole Miss. Kennedy will step down as the head coach of the Rebels after 12 years on the job, according to multiple reports. Kennedy will coach through the end of the season. Show More Summary
Andy Kennedy is expected to announce that he is resigning as the head coach of Ole Miss at a presser conference on Monday afternoon, a source confirmed to NBC Sports. He will coach the remainder of the season. Kennedy has been the head coach at Ole Miss for the past 12 seasons and The news
Every time I see photos of Real Housewives from different cities hanging out, I want to know what happened before and after those pics were taken. Are these people actually friends or are these just photo opportunities that guarantee...Show More Summary
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Style points were not the top consideration for the Mississippi Rebels and head coach Andy Kennedy Sunday night. The top consideration was opening the Southeastern Conference schedule as the Rebels defeated South Carolina 74-69. ''We're a blue collar team and I think our players are figuring that out,'' Kennedy said. Show More Summary
SUNDAY Ring in the new with “New Year’s Eve Live with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen” and/or an “All American New Year” hosted by Jesse Watters and Kennedy, both from Times Square in NYC. 5 and 10 p.m. CNN; 7 and 11 p.m. Fox News Channel Mariah Carey will take another crack at it on “Dick Clark’s...
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Mississippi coach Andy Kennedy and guard Terence Davis managed to agree on one thing Friday: The Rebels are excited to reach the Southeastern Conference portion of the schedule on a high note after defeating Bradley 82-59. Davis scored 25 points and was 9 of 14 from the field as Ole Miss (7-5) raced to a 40-22 halftime lead. Show More Summary
The Toronto Raptors have waived center Kennedy Meeks, guard Andy Rautins and forward Kyle Wiltjer. Rautins and Wiltjer both appeared in three preseason games while Meeks made his lone appearance October 4 against the Los Angeles Clippers in Hawaii. Toronto’s roster now stands at 17 players.
James Kennedy made his return to the clubhouse on Watch What Happens Live last night. Andy Cohen hasn’t had him back on the show since he and Vanderpump Rules co-star Lala Kent were on together, dropping F-Bombs and more in one of the most-bleeped episodes ever. Show More Summary
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