Spring Position Battles: Offensive Line

If there’s one position on either side of the ball that Ole Miss needs to improve it’s the offensive line. The Rebels were 10th in the SEC last year (73rd nationally) in rushing yards, 12th in sacks allowed (85th nationally).

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Day After Observations

I didn’t make the game last night, but it was a huge opportunity lost for Ole Miss. I was awakened this morning when my phone went off with this message from a very confident LSU friend: @oxfordcitizenjd @JohnLPitts @parrishalford Tigers absolutely

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Video Blog: Kennedy not pleased with lack of fire

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Andy Kennedy has grown tired that after nine seasons, he is the one with the most energy or person with the most fire on the bench.

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Spring Position Battles: Quarterbacks

A look at position battles as the Rebels get under way next week … The question: Is this really a battle? I say yes. I’ll call Chad Kelly the heavy favorite here. I think he wins the job. I also

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The Flagship

This was released on Ole Miss’ Youtube channel yesterday.

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Georgia at Ole Miss

When: 8 p.m. TV: SEC Network Satellite Radio: XM 191. Sirius 119. Series: Georgia leads 69-41. Last Meeting: Georgia won 69-64 on Jan. 20 in Athens. Coaches: Ole Miss – Andy Kennedy (211-122, 10th year; 190-109 in ninth season at

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … It’s Georgia tonight in a very important home game for Ole Miss. The Bulldogs have been a good road team anyway, and tonight may not seem like much of a difficult environment

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Ole Miss 2, Arkansas State 1

The Rebels got only five hits but gave up only three. Evan Anderson pitched five innings for the win. Jacob Waguespack followed for thee innings and Will Stokes for one. The trio combined for seven hits and only two walks,

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Armani Linton getting good response in encouraging others to consider Ole Miss

I visited with Ole Miss signee Armani Linton Monday for a feature coming up for the print edition. A four-star prospect from a small school at Walnut High, Linton is rated among the top 15 safeties in the country and

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Summers is off the carton and on the path

Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy declared senior point guard Jarvis Summers “off the milk carton” after Summers was 5-for-15 from the floor against Tennessee last Saturday. That’s not a brilliant field goal percentage, but you could see more aggression from

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … From The Sun Herald, praise for Senquez Golson from Deion Sanders. Former Georgia wide receiver Chris Conley was a big story at the combine for reasons more than football. … Bracket Watch

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Ole Miss women upset Kentucky

Big win for the Ole Miss women tonight over No. 11 Kentucky, the second win over a ranked opponent this season. It’s the first win for second-year coach Matt Insell over Kentucky where he served as an assistant before taking

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Golson, Prewitt and the Combine

Here are the results for Senquez Golson and Cody Prewitt as defensive backs worked out today at the NFL Combine. Pro Day at Ole Miss is coming up March 5. These guys can work out again there and try to improve

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