Day After Observations, the late Saturday night edition

Notes and thoughts from Ole Miss’ 38-17 win over LSU … I knew we would not get through the Memphis postgame press conference without someone, it was Hugh Freeze, mentioning that the loss did not affect Ole Miss in the

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Video Blog: Treadwell talks LSU win, MSU Bulldogs

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Laquon Treadwell caught another touchdown pass in the Rebels’ 38-17 win over LSU Saturday. 

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Video Blog: Freeze talks 38-17 win over No. 17 LSU

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze and his No. 22 Rebels defeated No. 17 LSU 38-17 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Saturday evening. 

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Five Take-Aways from Ole Miss’ 38-17 win over LSU

The Rebels did a number on Fournette: LSU needed Leonard Fournette to control the game, and that didn’t happen, though it started troubling enough when he rambled to the Ole Miss 30. The play was wiped out by a penalty,

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After Hymon’s big day, Ole Miss is back in action against Seton Hall

I’ve been on the Marcanvis Hymon train early this season, and he really showed out yesterday, albeit against a lesser team. Hymon got the start in the Rebels’ 76-60 win over Towson State and had 20 points, nine rebounds and

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Game Day: LSU at Ole Miss

Randy Rosetta Interview Column: The Ole Miss-LSU game has lost some of the early-season build-up, but there’s a lot to play for on both sides. — No. 17 LSU at No. 25 Ole Miss Where: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (59,347) Kickoff: 2:30

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Slowing Fournette

As I mentioned in  the predictions post I like Ole Miss’ chances of slowing LSU running back Leonard Fournette. That’s easier said than done, of course, but the Rebels have a plan, and they talk about it here. Slowing Fournette

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A loss that was hard to forget

Going through some files I found this story. I didn’t realize it was written three years ago. It didn’t seem like that long. Years run together sometimes. They don’t run together for Harry Harrison in this particular instance. A member

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Final: George Mason 68, Ole Miss 62

A few box score notes from the Rebels’ first loss of the season. Defense remains an issue. George Mason had not set the world afire in its first two games but shot over 50 percent in the first half and

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Statement on Denzel Nkemdiche

Update 2:25 p.m. Our Nkemdiche story. The fact that the statement says his condition is not life-threatening implies that at one time it was. He won’t play this week, maybe not again, though no one has addressed anything beyond the

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Video Blog: LB Nkemdiche unlikely for LSU Tigers

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche, the leading tackler for the No. 25 Ole Miss Rebels, was listed as questionable for Saturday’s game by head coach Hugh Freeze Wednesday night.

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Hospital won’t confirm Nkemdiche’s presence, refers questions to father

An employee at Baptist Hospital in Oxford would not confirm or deny that Ole Miss linebacker is Denzel Nkemdiche is admitted there but said instead that questions about the player should be addressed to his father. There were no visitors

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Predictions Anyone?

I’m going with the Rebels in a close one this week. It’s not that I think they are the better team right now necessarily. I think the two teams are very close, and there are some matchups that favor Ole

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