Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning. …

Troy safety Camren Hudson has played well of late in spite of a number of aches and pains. The Trojans are at Ole Miss Saturday morning. …

After Troy, it’s No. 6 Missouri for the Rebels. Mizzou’s defense has forced at least one turnover in 40 consecutive games. …

If you wondered if things could get worse for Florida, here’s your answer.

The Gators have to win two of their last three to become bowl eligible. They’re at South Carolina this week, then at home for Georgia Southern and at home in their finale against Florida State. …

Former Nebraska running back and Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers is seeking a pardon for something he describes as youthful indiscretion. …

In non-football news, Ole Miss basketball is in the midst of a week between games, but a number of SEC basketball teams were in action Tuesday.

No. 1 Kentucky lost 78-74 to No. 2 Michigan State, but the feeling is upbeat for the Wildcats. …

Vanderbilt held off an upset bid by Georgia State to win 86-80 …

LSU dropped a close one to UMass. …

South Carolina had a close one as well and came within a bucket of beating a ranked team, No. 23 Baylor. …

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 Kory Keys and myself daily with The Ole Miss Beat on Rebel Sports Radio.

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  • Killer_Beeze

    “If you wondered if things could get worse for Florida, here’s your answer.
    The Gators have to win two of their last three to become bowl eligible. They’re at South Carolina this week, then at home for Georgia Southern and at home in their finale against Florida State.”
    All I have to say about the Gators is I’m not buying the “crocodile tears” over their injuries. Florida consistently has a Top10 recruiting year each year. They should be 3 deep in every position…like the Alabamas and Georgias. If a player goes down someone as equally good steps up. I think it’s all about coaching. Muschamp is becoming the “Ellis Johnson” of Florida football failure. He may be a good defensive coach but like Ellis Johnson (who never won a game as head coach at Southern Miss) he’s inept as a head coach IMO. Look at Ellis Johnson and what he’s been able to accomplish as the defensive coach at Auburn. Muschamp would probably make a good defensive coach at another school.
    Final point: Ole Miss played LSU (which was ranked I believe #6 at the time) with 7 or 8 defensive starters out with injuries and yet had one of their best defensive games ever. It’s coaching IMO.

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