Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Here’s an NFL draft prospect preview on Robert Nkemdiche. According to this one he has to work his way into the first round. … Ken Crain and the equipment guys getting helmets

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Video Blog: Freeze talks progress of QBs midweek

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Two more practices haven’t reveled much more to Hugh Freeze in regard to who will be the starter at quarterback. Monday, the edge was awarded to Chad Kelly. After Wednesday’s practice, that may not be

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Freeze says his mindset is more anxious heading into opener

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Last season, the Ole Miss Rebels met Boise State in Atlanta in the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game. It was a contest that kept the attention of the players through the summer.

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Ole Miss players offer little insight on quarterbacks before season opener

Offensive coordinator Dan Werner last night repeated what Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said regarding starting quarterback – at least for this week – Chad Kelly. Freeze told us Monday that Kelly charted very well. Every throw is recorded, and

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Nkemdiche wants to make sure he seizes the day

Robert Nkemdiche needs to come to interviews more. I’m sure Ole Miss coaches would disagree with that, but when he’s there, he’s good. He shows his personality and doesn’t say anything explosive or damaging. He understands the NFL future before

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Sometimes the best info comes in 140 characters. Lots of Twitter shares today. From Hugh Freeze, a recruiting calendar update: Recruit talk. Today D1 coaches can begin calling 2016 class ONCE a week.

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Werner talks quarterbacks, run game, tempo and more

Every conceivable area of play went into the decision to name Chad Kelly the starter for the Tennessee-Martin game co-OC and QB coach Dan Werner says. Hugh Freeze said Monday that Kelly charted slightly higher in major categories like ball-protection

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Grass, video boards, offensive linemen, starting quarterback, sort of, and more

It’s all here in our Mother Ship coverage of Media Monday at Ole Miss. Bjork talks VHS grass, facilities and more Kelly is starting QB unless Freeze changes his mind Freeze says he’ll play 10 O linemen and will play

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Shepard ready to get on the field after long road to Ole Miss

Good stuff here from Tee Shepard. He’s a genuinely pleasant fellow in interviews. It’s easy to like this guy and hope he does well. There have been high expectations for Shepard, a former Notre Dame signee, since he signed with

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Days before kickoff, two South Carolina wide receivers go down with major injuries. Speaking of South Carolina, the Gamecocks will honor the Charleston, S.C., shooting victims with a helmet decal. … In

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Treadwell eager to get back in the game

Laquon Treadwell talked about his eagerness to get back on the field today. It’s been a long road back. He talks about his rehab, about contact in practice, quarterbacks and other topics right here.

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Ross Bjork update

Here’s the audio from Ross Bjork’s time prior to Hugh Freeze. The big news here is the move from artificial turf to natural grass at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for the 2016 season. A lot of other good stuff here on facilities

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Video Blog: Freeze talks QB, starter for UT-Martin

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Unless something changes, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze will start Chad Kelly on Saturday against UT-Martin. Of course nothing is set in stone. And it’s just Monday. 

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