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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, uncertain on

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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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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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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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Treadwell says he’s about 80 percent, eager for continued improvement

Not long before spring drills began Laquon Treadwell posted a video to social media showing he and teammate Denzel Nkemdiche running in a straight line at a fast pace on the indoor practice field. It was easy to look at

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Freeze talks spring football

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze covered a lot of ground today after the seventh practice of spring. Included in this segment are the plethora of offensive line injuries, his enthusiasm for his defense, plus an early evaluation of Chad Kelly’s

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … For many the NIT, be it men’s or women’s, is a disappointment, a statement that the program fell short of goals. That’s not the way it is for Ole Miss women’s basketball

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Freeze comments on Dan Jones

Ole Miss media relations a few minutes ago circulated this response from Hugh Freeze regarding the college board’s non-renewal of the contract of chancellor Dan Jones. This from Freeze: “Dan Jones gave me a chance to lead our Rebel football

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts after the Rebels’ 60-58 loss to South Carolina … Having seen replays of both of the last fouls called in the game I’d say both were good calls and were consistent with the way the game was

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … On the road to Nashville this morning. The SEC’s version of the Dayton experience is tonight with four teams participating in two play-in games to reach the traditional SEC tournament field. MSU

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Moody first-team All-SEC

Junior college transfer guard Stefan Moody has been named All-SEC first team by the league’s coaches. He’s the only Ole Miss player mentioned among the two teams, the freshman team and the defensive team. Arkansas’ Bobby Portis is player of

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Monday was quite a day filled with Ole Miss news nuggets. Stefan Moody won the Howell Trophy, which was expected, and Tia Faleru did not win the Gillom, which was also expected.

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