Monthly Archives: October 2013

Making the adjustment

A defensive tackle until recent circumstances dictated otherwise, Ole Miss junior Bryon Bennett talks about his move out to defensive end. It was interesting earlier this week to hear Hugh Freeze talk about how Bennett seems to play with greater

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Bjork: Focus is on the program and young people

Since arriving on campus in the spring of 2012 Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork has talked about running a department that focuses on student-athletes first. Bjork touches on that in this excerpt from a story I’m working on for

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Henderson and the leadership question

Something that stood out from Wednesday’s basketball presser is that Andy Kennedy continues to float the leadership tag for Marshall Henderson. Yes, Henderson is a senior – the Rebels’ only senior – and leadership typically comes from your oldest guys.

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The Power of Confidence

In every sport we hear athletes talk about confidence and the important role it plays in their success. You have to believe to achieve. Well, that was really driven home in listening to I’Tavius Mathers this week. The Rebels’ sophomore

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … Donte Moncrief will have to make the NFL decision later this year. He’s not having the year that would earn him big money to leave, but that doesn’t keep players from leaving.

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Basketball Presser

Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy fielded questions about Marshall Henderson plus a few questions about his basketball team today. The Rebels take on South Carolina-Aiken Friday night at 6 in their exhibition game. LaDarius White, also known as Snoop, says

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Henderson coverage

Andy Kennedy will meet with local media this afternoon. I don’t expect to learn much more on Henderson. From The Mother Ship, here’s our coverage of the latest chapter in the Henderson story. The suspension The column

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Bryant’s comeback

Good stuff here from Ole Miss linebacker Serderius Bryant who played a little bit against Idaho, his first action since sustaining a concussion against Texas A&M. Bryant talks about the concussion here, about how he didn’t think it was too

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Mr.SEC.com was not in favor of another chance for Marshall Henderson. I’m of the opinion that if you can help somebody help them, and Henderson needs the help. So does Ole Miss,

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Tuesday Practice Update

It’s open week which meant more focus on the Rebels today, less an the next team up, which is Arkansas on Nov. 9. Temps today were not the cool we’ve seen of late, but it was pleasant, and players looked

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Ole Miss announces Henderson suspension details

Ole Miss media relations sent an email a few minutes ago laying out the details of the Marshall Henderson suspension. Henderson has been suspended since July when the school said the decision came about for violation of team rules. After

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A Welcome Break

Never has not playing football been met so enthusiastically by Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze. Freeze could see the bye week coming on the horizon and knew it meant an opportunity for rest and healing for the Rebels. The win

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Big win for former Ole Miss coach David Cutcliffe over the weekend. Cutcliffe is now in his sixth season as Duke coach. The sixth season was his last one at Ole Miss,

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