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Miami Herald Tunsil story

A good read here from the Miami Herald as the newspaper takes a long look at the Dolphins first-round pick. LINK  

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Ole Miss picks up DE commit

Baton Rouge, La., defensive end Bryan Jones committed to Ole Miss Sunday night, making the announcement on social media. A member of the 2017 class, Jones (6-5, 240) plays at Madison Prep Academy and is rated a four-star recruit on the

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Attorney: Tunsil could recover draft night losses and a lot more

It’s been reported that the Miami Dolphins believe they know who hacked into Laremy Tunsil’s social media accounts on draft night. While attention was initially placed on the stepfather who filed suit against Tunsil the day before the draft, later

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Weekend Review

Oh where to begin? We’ll eventually get to baseball. It was a great weekend for the Rebels, a much-needed series win over LSU. Ole Miss now finally has won a series against an SEC West team with whom it is

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Comments from Rashan Gary’s mother

I’ve not visited before. I’m familiar with the name from having seen in forwarded through social media. ChatSports is headquartered in San Francisco according to its Twitter feed. Much of its site includes content posted from other media/internet sources.

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Tunsil comments and the NCAA Student Assistance Fund

What came to light last night was that Laremy Tunsil asked for money to help pay rent. The response, presumably from John Miller in football operations, does not say that the money was given to Tunsil. It implies that Miller

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Tunsil Video

Here is the Tunsil video from his press conference after being drafted No. 13 by the Dolphins. He says his social media accounts were hacked but confirms their content. The presser was cut short by an NFL employee.

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Tunsil’s stepfather files lawsuit against former OM offensive tackle

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Less than 36 hours before being selected in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, former Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil is now facing a lawsuit filed by his stepfather, Lindsay Miller.

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Rebel Road Trip Notebook

Some leftovers from Thursday’s Rebel Road Trip stop in Tupelo … Standing Ovations Ross Bjork received a standing ovation after he was introduced. He joked that it was the first standing ovation he’d received while Hugh Freeze had received five.

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Heard’s take on wide receiver blocking

It’s hard to get good stuff out of Ole Miss wide receivers coach Grant Heard, but the beat writer group was fairly successful with that Tuesday afternoon. Laquon Treadwell took pride in his blocking, which was somewhat unusual for wide

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Kiffin won’t give in on depth of rotation

Despite the losses of Robert Nkemdiche and Woody Hamilton Ole Miss defensive line coach Chris Kiffin expects to have a large rotation of players just like he has the last two years. He talks about why that’s important and hits

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Spring Football: What we’ve learned on defense

As spring football draws to a close, what we’ve learned on defense. … One thing I failed to mention on Monday was that there’s been no major injuries. That’s a win. I compiled that post before news broke of Chad

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Spring Football: What we’ve learned

So, the Rebels begin their last week of spring drills this week, and what have we learned? Not a whole lot, but we’ll walk through some things here. Spring football is a little more open for media viewing than the regular

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