From the mother ship, our coverage of Media Monday at Ole Miss ..
Hugh Freeze was hired to run a tempo (fast) offense, but it’s not always an easy decision to jump into the quicker space and speed things up. When its working right it can wear out an opposing defense. When it’s not working right, it can wear out the Rebels’ defense. Freeze and the tempo
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The Rebels’ survived a hard-fought game in Little Rock for their first SEC road win since 2009. Monday, there was evidence of that fight from both Ole Miss and Arkansas. At his Fayetteville presser, Razorbacks coach John L. Smith announced that two key players — tight end Chris Gragg and running back Knile Davis — would both be unavailable for the game against Tulsa this week. Freeze listed cornerback Wesley Pendleton, a key defensive reserve, as very doubtful. He’s more optimistic about cornerback Senquez Golson and defensive end Cameron Whigham. Notebook