Word broke last week that Ole Miss had received an NCAA notice of allegations and could be charged for possible rule violations in football, women’s basketball and track. Daily Journal Ole Miss beat reporter Parrish Alford (7:07) joins Derek and Brad to give more information on the NCAA investigation and explain what it all really means. Also on today’s show, Daily Journal Capitol Bureau Chief Bobby Harrison (15:49) talks about the possibility of the Legislature making all school district superintendent positions appointed and not elected offices, and Daily Journal chief photographer Thomas Wells (25:55) explains his photo essay on the former New Albany country club. Meanwhile, Brad (31:20) breaks down some of last week’s wackiest crime reports.
We’re talking both Ole Miss and Mississippi State football today. Daily Journal Ole Miss beat reporter Parrish Alford joins the show to discuss Saturday’s Ole Miss football win at then-No. 2 Alabama, as well as the season outlook for the Rebels, and sports editor John L. Pitts discusses MSU (11:12) and the college football picture. Meanwhile, Ginna Parsons (19:50) joins Derek and Brad to reveal the latest plans for a proposed West Jackson Street restaurant, and the hosts (23:37) break down last week’s crime reports.