Monthly Archives: July 2013

Emergency drill at VHS

A few notes from this morning’s emergency preparedness drill at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. … Todd DeMuth, from the office of preparedness with the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, said the drill was the first of its kind in Mississippi and to his

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Position Preview: Offensive Line

You would think everything would be fine at a position that returns four starters. That’s good news, obviously, but the question here is depth. Tackle Emmanuel McCray and guard Aaron Morris on the left side, joined by center Evan Swindall

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Camp 2012 … Freshman backs shine, QBs compete

By request, this flashback from 2012. It was a very different picture a year ago when Bo Wallace and Barry Brunetti were competitors in an unsettled quarterback picture. This was a good day for freshmen running backs too. A year

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning. … Great piece here by Wright Thompson on Johnny Manziel. This started making the internet rounds Tuesday afternoon. I’m not ready to call Manziel a “victim,” but the story indicates that not only Manziel

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Position Preview: Running Backs

An Ole Miss position-by-position breakdown heading into camp … Jeff Scott, now a senior, is back to lead a group short on experienced depth but with exciting potential. Scott rushed for 846 yards – leading the team — and six

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CBS college football picks

The staff at CBSSports.com has posted its preseason predictions for all college football conferences. In the SEC, three different teams get a vote to win the East, and Alabama is not a unanimous pick in the West. Six out of

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Camp 2007 … Powe, Strong first team

This from Aug. 13, 2007. Jerrell Powe’s continuing quest for eligibility included time with the first team in camp. Remember Chris Strong? He’s here too. OXFORD — Two newcomers whose arrival at Ole Miss was highly anticipated — and delayed

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The tempo debate

From the Mother Ship, today’s column on the tempo offense debate. It was a big topic at SEC Media Days. Hugh Freeze runs it well — He hopes to run more of it this season — and it helps the

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning. … It seems like it’s been a while since Tennessee football has been considered a national power. Apparently it hasn’t been too long for recruits. Knoxville columnist John Adams says Tennessee still has

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Position Preview: Quarterbacks

Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace.

A look at Ole Miss positions heading into camp: The Rebels return a proven and successful starter at the most important position. What a difference a year makes. Bo Wallace couldn’t win the job in the spring of 2012 and

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Camp 2006 … Schaeffer and Johnson

One of the more unusual story lines of the Ed Orgeron Era dealt with quarterback Brent Schaeffer. Ed took the unusual approach of naming Schaeffer — the troubled former Tennessee starter and a newcomer to the Ole Miss program —

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McCluster, Lewis and the Chiefs

Matt Wyatt of Head 2 Head radio sent this out a few minutes ago. It’s an interesting opinion from a fan blog on former Ole Miss players Kendrick Lewis and Dexter McCluster. LINK

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Monday Morning Update

Breaking bricks again and spanning the globe on a Monday morning. … If you thought Johnny Manziel’s trouble at the Manning Camp would slow down his insatiable appetite for the next party you were wrong. Video here of Manziel after

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