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9-29, Rapid Reaction

John Davis and I break down the Monday presser.

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Wallace talks Alabama

Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace from the Monday presser:

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Alabama’s Saban offers great praise to Rebels

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Alabama’s Nick Saban had nothing but praise to offer about about the No. 11 Ole Miss Rebels during his first meeting with the media Monday.

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Monday Presser

Here’s Freeze with his opening statement: Here’s Freeze with a couple of early questions from the Q-and-A:

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Center of the universe

From the Mother Ship, all college football eyes are on Mississippi this week, and it’s Alabama that must climb the hill, Ole Miss safety Cody Prewitt says. LINK

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SEC Power Rankings

I’m keeping A&M No. 1 but with an asterisk. Arkansas is clearly better but still making mistakes and re-learning how to win conference games. There was a good bit of sloppy tackling on both sides in that A&M-Arkansas game. While

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Lee Corso is ready for the Grove: Is the Grove as good as I hear it is?????? Can't wait to be in Oxford!!! Get me a beer!! #MissVsAla — Lee Corso (@TheRealLeeCorso)

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Rebels slide in AP, stay at No. 11 in coaches poll

Three quarters of struggle against Memphis dropped Ole Miss one spot to No. 11 in the AP Top 25. Alabama remains No. 3. The team that entered the AP top 10 to bump the Rebels was UCLA which climbed three

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 24-3 win over Memphis … While Memphis is an improved team it’s simply hard to take much confidence from last night’s win into this week’s daunting task against No. 3 Alabama. That’s mainly because

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Final: Ole Miss 24, Memphis 3

The Rebels scored 17 in the fourth quarter and pulled away from Memphis much like they did Boise State on opening night. And much like Week 1 there was a sloppiness to the game that the Rebels had not exhibited

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Ole Miss, Memphis Rapid Reaction

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Halftime: Ole Miss 7, Memphis 3

The Rebels have turned the ball over three times, twice with Bo Wallace interceptions while Ole Miss was marching on the Memphis end of the field. The third was a fumble on a punt by Markell Pack, who was replaced

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Memphis is a much improved foe for Rebels

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Phil Stukenborg, the University of Memphis beat writer for the Commercial Appeal newspaper in Memphis, is covering a completely different Tiger team in 2014.

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