Lunch with Lynch

I’ve gotten a lot of Heisman Trophy promotional material through the years but never a lunch box.

Until now.

The Jordan Lynch Lunch Box

The Jordan Lynch Lunch Box

From Northern Illinois comes the Jordan Lynch Lunch Box is a play off the “Lunch with Lynch” video shows available throughout the season at JordanLynchfor6.com and Youtube.

The accompanying post card describes Lynch as a “dual threat” — there’s that phrase again — quarterback.

He was the face of the Huskies in their run to the BCS last year.

The Rebels are back on the practice field at 6:15. I’ll have a practice update here after the interview session.

Denham Springs, La., native, Mississippian since 1989 with a stop in Meridian before arriving in Tupelo. Daily Journal beat writer since 1996, covering Ole Miss since 2002. Proud Northeast Louisiana alum. Follow me on Twitter @parrishalford and listen to John Davis and myself daily with The Ole Miss Beat on Rebel Sports Radio.

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  • Cid Riley

    Hey JB, don’t let a couple of whippersnappers keep you from posting. This is America. You fought for our freedoms and deserve to say it like you feel it. I love reading your accounts of the olden days. I respect your views and have nothing but respect and a great appreciation for your commitment to your country…God Bless JB.

    • JB

      Thanks Mr Riley, I did not fight for our freedom, IT was a job for me and support for my family,but thousand of American did as you, and of your freedom of speech as you see and feel to express it. I am an ole Miss fan and have been so since about 16 years old(1946) back in Tula (SE. Lafayette Co), Miss Many of the Ole Miss fans that we see posting here was not even walking the good Old Mississippi soil that God so richly gave us to enjoy. I don’t get back to Lafayette Co as I use to, but I do go there regular via Google earth, and I do see many changes taking place up there at Ole Miss. Where the Rebels once played baseball is now what appears as a parking lot, of which was greatly needed, folks coming to Ole Miss football games back in my days in Oxford, had to park along the streets and drive ways of homes and walk some distance to attend the game. ( a ticket to the game was ($5.00) The basketball team played basketball in an old brick building, and I remember an Old black gent roaming that building at Rebel games shouting “Ole Miss tough, Ole Miss rough, Ole Miss nough” I was always afraid that he would fall over the rails, because he used a cane to guide himself along,I seen many noted player come there to play Ole miss, one in mind was Doug Adkins(also later a pro football player) from Tenn, the biggest man that I had ever seen, others from LSU and Miss State, caught my attention, Cobb Jarvis was Ole Miss basketball in those days. Many great Ole miss and Miss State footballers have I seen perform at Vaught Stadium, but running out of time for now so so long, JB

  • JB

    one more thing we took my dau to her medical appointment today at Milton, Fla as we sit in the waiting room I picked up a mag which reported football tailgaiters at Southern colleges, Ole miss was one of them and in the Grove mentioned. The Grove was where I started off my Air Force career. 1974

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