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Destin Day 3

Morning folks. The presidents and chancellors arrive at the SEC spring meetings today. In theory, nothing gets done till they sign off on things, but they will give their stamp of approval to what commissioner Mike Slive announced yesterday. SEC

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Who’s the best? SEC coaches have the answer

From the Mother Ship, SEC coaches would like to see equity in the cost of attendance numbers. They just don’t know how to get there right now and may not until they see how active litigation changes the landscape moving

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Slive talks about Day 1 of meetings

SEC commissioner Mike Slive here in his last go-round with the Destin meetings. He discusses what coaches and administrators discussed today — including having an independent medical observer at all SEC football games inside the conference and out. That observer

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SEC Destin Day 1

From Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze, thoughts on last year’s football success in Mississippi, the SEC’s unfortunate football postseason and how cost of attendance figures could have a negative impact on recruiting and what causes separation in a quarterback race

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The struggle is real

Interesting topic addressed by ESPN’s Jemele Hill on Wednesday. I was at Snap Fitness when I saw the clips of Steph Curry’s daughter at the postgame news conference after Golden State beat Houston in Game 1 of the Western Conference

Posted in Basketball, Football

No Deflategate at Ole Miss

Had an interesting conversation with head equipment manager Ken Crain as we discussed Deflategate. Crain has been involved with Ole Miss football equipment in some capacity since 1993. He explained the process of having the balls properly inflated and says

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Stanley thriving in Arena ball

From the Mother Ship, an interesting read this morning on former Ole Miss quarterback Nathan Stanley, who left Ole Miss in the spring of 2011, is doing big things in Arena football with San Jose. So is Odie Armstrong, a

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … So what’s the difference in one win for Ole Miss baseball? A lot of security as it turns out. One of the benefits to not having a second game to cover on

Posted in Baseball, Football

Know Your Recruit: Noxubee County’s Jeffrey Simmons

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen A silver medal hung around the neck of Jeffrey Simmons at the MHSAA Class 4A state track meet.

Posted in Football, Recruiting

Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … There had been some Texas buzz, wishful thinking maybe, about Texas and Texas A&M renewing their football series. A&M’s chancellor tells that Houston Chronicle that’s not going to happen soon. …. Speaking

Posted in Football

Golson signs

Update 5:47 Now terms have been disclosed the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says Golson will receive $3.7 million over four years. — Senquez Golson didn’t waste time negotiating. You can take that statement a number of ways. Hopefully Golson got what he

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Bennett, Hooks, Lewis sign free agent deals

From Media Relations OXFORD – Three more former Ole Miss Rebels have been signed by NFL teams in recent days as they pursue careers in professional football. After helping Ole Miss lead the nation in scoring defense (16.0 points per

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Freeze on QBs: Need to see consistency

Since spring drills have ended Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze has talked about wanting to see how his quarterback candidates handle themselves and their teammates off the field. That was a theme he hit again on a teleconference with other

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