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Shepard and the Rebels

From the Mother Ship, our update on the Tee Shepard situation. It’s fluid, though I suspect we will hear something today. Dave Wommack did not address Shepard’s status last night, saying he’d let that come from Hugh Freeze. Freeze’s next

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … There may be some clarity on the status of Ole Miss cornerback Tee Shepard coming later today. It’s been reported that Shepard is considering leaving the program. Shepard was not at practice

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Tuesday Practice Update

Cornerback Tee Shepard was not at practice during today’s viewing periods. The situation remains fluid, we’reĀ told. Today’s first-team offensive line from left tackle to right included Fahn Cooper, Aaron Morris, Ben Still, Rod Taylor and Sean Rawlings. Laremy Tunsil, you

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Ole Miss confirms C.J. Johnson surgery

Ole Miss linebacker C.J. Johnson had surgery earlier today on a torn meniscus. He is expected to miss four to six weeks, the same time frame given for junior Huskie Tony Conner who had surgery for the same injury following

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Johnson Twitter post says he will have surgery

This was posted a few minutes ago to what is described as the official Twitter page for Ole Miss linebacker C.J. Johnson. We should know more later this afternoon. Minor setback for a major comeback — C (@24Hour_Ent) October

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Thoughts on accountability and what Freeze had to say

Some Twitter folks expressed concern yesterday with Hugh Freeze talking about players and not accepting responsibility for his role in the loss at Florida. I have always been and remain in favor of shared responsibility between players and coaches. Ultimately,

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Media Monday Wrap

From the Mother Ship, our Media Monday coverage. Ole Miss players had some interesting comments in the aftermath of a 38-10 loss at Florida. Trae Elston suggested the team was loving its media coverage too much. Not all players agreed,

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … In a stunning development Monday Nick Saban got fired up with the media at his presser. Nick needs to take a swig of that Coke. The question was how do he and

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Video Blog: Kelly says he has to make more plays

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Whether it’s getting the ball more to Laquon Treadwell in the red zone, or finding a way to get the running game going when the Rebels are inside the 5-yard line, Ole Miss quarterback Chad

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Video Blog: Freeze says Rebels not elite just yet

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Hugh Freeze said his Ole Miss Rebels had to own the 38-10 loss to Florida. And they have to move forward, ready to improve against New Mexico State Saturday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

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The Aggies are coming

The New Mexico State ones. Here’s a quick look at the Rebels’ non-SEC foe for the week. The Sun Belt Conference Aggies are 0-4 with losses to Florida, Georgia State, Texas-El Paso and in-state rival New Mexico. They’ve given up

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SEC Rankings

The Atlanta airport during football season always offers an interesting mix of SEC fans. Making my connection from Gainesville to Birmingham yesterday I saw Ole Miss and MSU fans a bit downtrodden, and Alabama fans giddy. The Rebels and Bulldogs

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Got back from Gainesville last night about 6. I employed a new long road trip strategy, and that was to stay later in the town and get home later. It’s not the

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