John Cofield

John Cofield's 'Oxford & Ole Miss' –– The Day Eli Picked Ole Miss

Eli Manning was born an Ole Miss Rebel. His father an All-American Ole Miss quarterback and his mother an Ole Miss Homecoming Queen. In...

John Cofield's 'Oxford & Ole Miss' –– The 1960s Coming Forward

From the integration of Ole Miss in 1962 by James Meredith to the national football championships won by legendary Coach Johnny Vaught in 1960...

John Cofield's 'Oxford & Ole Miss' –– Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar House

The Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar Home, also known as the L. Q. C. Lamar House, is a site significant for its association with Lucius...

John Cofield's 'Oxford & Ole Miss' –– REBELS AT THE PEABODY

 A long held part of Ole Miss tradition and history is the pep rally in the lobby of The Peabody Hotel in downtown Memphis...

John Cofield's 'Oxford & Ole Miss –– The College Inn & Mistilis Cafe

The Mistilis family has fed generations of Ole Miss students and Oxonians alike. Mr. Tom Mistilis had his first restaurant, The College Inn, next...

John Cofield's Oxford & Ole Miss –– Barry Hannah

To say that Oxford, Mississippi, has had its share of characters isn't explanation enough.The list is almost never ending. My grandfather's good friend, William...

John Cofield's 'Oxford & Ole Miss –– The Depot

Oxford, MS depot with the train leaving the station, ca. 1920. “So there I was September the 16th ,1919, ready to take off for the...

John Cofield's 'Oxford & Ole Miss –– The Stop

It was an upset nobody saw coming. The Ole Miss Rebels walked into The Swamp and stunned the Florida Gators with a 31-30 win...

John Cofield's Oxford & Ole Miss

Ron Shapiro and Friends @ Hal & Mal's "Jim Dees, Ronzo and Ollie add some pizzazz to Hal's St. Patty's Day parade in Jackson sometime...