Monthly Archives: November 2012

Bowl Update

From the mother ship, the Music City Bowl remains an option for both Ole Miss and Mississippi State. And … Ole Miss hockey is back in Tupelo this weekend.

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Predictions Anyone?

Here’s your SEC Championship Game edition of the regular Thursday morning post. Alabama and Georgia. Who you got? I think Aaron Murray gives the Georgia a chance to make plays against the Alabama defense, more than will Georgia’s talented freshman

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning. … In the current climate of shuffling for bowl bids could a 10-2 team get passed over? Yes, and it’s name is San Jose State. The Spartans are coached by former Ole Miss

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MCB and Ole Miss: It’s complicated

This from Brad Locke who spoke with Music City Bowl president Scott Ramsey earlier today: Q: What specifically are you looking at this week: I’m specifically looking at who the Gator Bowl’s going to select to be honest with you.

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Feed Moncrief

I spoke earlier in the week with Andrew Roberts, who has become the manager/spokesman for the muscial group King Kobraz in its sudden rise in popularity. Donte Moncrief has had something to do with that rise. Kobraz produced the song

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Question Of The Day

While there’s a break in the action — and not the end of the season — before the bowl game, who’s your MVP for Hugh Freeze’s first season as Ole Miss coach? A. Bo Wallace B. Denzel Nkemdiche C. Donte

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Eager for the Big East

Coming to you a little late this morning after some technical difficulties, but we’re up and running again. From the mother ship this morning, our account of Ole Miss basketball and what the Rebels have learned in their 5-0 start.

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Basketball Presser

Left the basketball press conference a few minutes ago. Well, a few minutes plus a drive back to Tupelo. Here’s some Aaron Jones video. Notes in a bit. Here are those notes: – Recovery from a slightly torn MCL is

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ESPN’s Low honors Wallace, Nkemdiche

Bo Wallace was named the top college football player in Mississippi last night. That won’t resonate outside the state like this will. ESPN SEC blogger Chris Low lists Wallace – and Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche – among the top

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Bright future for defense if pieces fall into place

Hey, it’s never too soon to start talking about next year, is it? The Ole Miss defense has developed into a pretty solid unit against the run. The Rebels’ defense could look a lot different — in a good sort

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More from Bjork

Finishing up the Ross Bjork interview with comments on the bowl situation — He’s not ruling out the Music City Bowl — and a possible raise for Hugh Freeze … (How are bowl discussions going? Is it pretty solid that

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Who can revive Southern Miss football? Should the Golden Eagles hire a high school assistant? Here’s one opinion that says they should go after Brett Favre. He was offensive coordinator at Oak

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Wallace wins Conerly Trophy

Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace has been named the winner of the Conerly Trophy, which goes to Mississippi’s top college football player. Wallace completed 63.4 percent of his pass attempts for 2,843 yards, 19 touchdowns, 15 interceptions this season. Some

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