Best day for offense

Offense is where most of the injuries have been this spring, and that complicates matters for a unit with a quarterback competition and one that must go against a talented and experienced defense. That being said, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks

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Spring Football Scrimmage

First time we’ve seen the Rebels this spring. Here are a few take-aways plus video from Hugh Freeze and Dave Wommack. On a day when all three quarterbacks looked good I thought Chad Kelly looked the best. It doesn’t matter

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Freeze pleased with defense mid-way through spring drills

For obvious reasons there has been a lot of attention on quarterbacks, offensive line and injuries mid-way through spring football practice at Ole Miss. Hugh Freeze has also learned something else about his Rebels. They should be pretty strong on

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Missed opportunities cost Rebels as Hogs take Game 1

By Matt Jones Special to the Daily Journal FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Ole Miss had Arkansas where it wanted Thursday night, but things slipped away in a hurry. The Rebels failed to score with the bases loaded and no outs in

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe, or at least a few mock drafts, on a Friday morning … The elephant in the room this season will be the Ole Miss group of juniors. Many in that vaunted 2013 signing class will have decisions

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Kiper evaluates Golson, Prewitt

The NFL draft is coming up April 30-May 2. Interesting commentary here from ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. on Ole Miss’ Senquez Golson and Cody Prewitt from a conference call a few minutes ago. He’s high on Golson, uncertainĀ on

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Baseball series begins tonight

I’ve always been a bad news first kind of guy. The bad news is the Rebels are coming off a mid-week debacle when they scored just two runs in being swept by UAB. The good news is the Rebels have

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Quarterback Competition

From the Mother Ship, our update on the Ole Miss quarterback competition. Rebels coach Hugh Freeze says every throw is charted and that right now Ryan Buchanan, DeVante Kincade and Chad Kelly are all very close. This is a big

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … New Florida defensive coordinator Geoff Collins, formerly of Mississippi State, believes there will be reasons for his players to celebrate, and he wants them to know how to do it. … The

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Author of new book on Perry Wallace visits Oxford

                    By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Perry Wallace is not the leading scorer in the history of Vanderbilt University men’s basketball program. His greatest impact was being the first African-American on

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Buchanan, Kincade talk QB competition

This is a big week for the quarterback competition at Ole Miss. Hugh Freeze says he and his staff are charting every throw and plan to take a long hard look at the data after Saturday’s scrimmage. Freeze is hopeful

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Insell: NIT run huge for young Ole Miss players

The Ole Miss women’s basketball team is getting ready to board the bus for Murfreesboro, home town of coach Matt Insell. Insell will coach against his dad for the second this season when Ole Miss and Middle Tennessee meet tomorrow

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OL injuries add new wrinkle to QB competition

From the Mother Ship, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze talks about injuries to his offensive line. It’s easier to list the guys that are playing than the guys that aren’t. Freeze believes they’ll all be back for summer workouts, but

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