Monthly Archives: October 2012

SEC Power Rankings

Not much movement from last week. I considered jumping Georgia ahead of LSU, but I’m thinking LSU’s defense would give the Tigers an edge in a head-to-head with Georgia. Florida comes in at 4. Interesting matchup this week with Texas

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning. … From Athens, this week’s Ole Miss opponent, Georgia, went from “soft” with its defense to “hard-nosed” in a surprising 17-9 win over Florida. As a result, the Bulldogs moved up to No.

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Little Rock Re-cap

Coverage from the mother ship of the Rebels’ 30-27 win over Arkansas at War Memorial Stadium. Game Story: Wallace, Rose stand tall Column: Rose, Rebels finally spelling fun W-I-N Notebook: Ole Miss coverage baffles Wilson  

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 30-27 SEC win at Arkansas. … Hugh Freeze doesn’t mind going right back to a certain play two times in a row if a team hasn’t stopped it. Actually, against Arkansas it was four

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FINAL: Ole Miss 30, Arkansas 27

POSTGAME We are bouncing along I-630 right now headed back. The win was the Rebels’ first on the SEC road since beating Vanderbilt 23-7 in October of 2009. Here’s what Hugh Freeze had to say postgame.   Here’s the Ole

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Game Day: Keys to Victory

3 Keys To Victory 1.Stick to receivers Pass coverage has been spotty when the Rebels haven’t had a strong pass rush. Arkansas has been pretty good at protecting Tyler Wilson, who is an intelligent, pocket passer who could give the

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Game Day: At A Glance

Ole Miss vs. Arkansas Where: War Memorial Stadium, Little Rock Kickoff: 11:21 a.m. Television: SEC Network (WCBI) Radio: Ole Miss Network; Sirius 138, XM 199 Records: Ole Miss 4-3, 1-2 SEC, Arkansas 3-4, 2-2 SEC Series: Arkansas leads 31-26-1 Coaches:

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Rebels’ challenge

Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack says Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson, healthy and on a roll, will challenge an Ole Miss secondary that Wommack believes is improving. Wilson has had a lot of success in Little Rock but doesn’t have

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Question of the Day

After a devastating interception on the final play of the game, securing a 30-27 loss to Texas A&M, Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace responded with a turnover-free game in helping the Rebels snap a 16-game SEC losing streak with a

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning. … As his team prepares to face Ole Miss Saturday morning in Little Rock, Arkansas coach John L. Smith says the difference in the SEC is speed, and that’s especially clear with a

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Frank’s comments at SEC Media Day

Here’s the opening statement at SEC Basketball Media Day from Brett Frank, who was named acting head coach for the Ole Miss women Wednesday: “This has been an extremely difficult situation for our players and those around our program, and

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Gragg’s return

Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson is excited to have one of his top targets back for this weekend against Ole Miss. Tight end Chris Gragg was injured in Week 4 against Rutgers and will be playing for the first time since

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The quickness advantage

Underestimating the Rebels’ freshman defensive tackle because of his size would be a Gross mistake. I admit that when former South Panola star Issac Gross started getting snaps with the first team in camp, I was somewhat skeptical. I understand

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