Sneaky Good Vols

It’s a sneaky good Tennessee team coming to Oxford this weekend. If you look only at the win-loss record you might be fooled. Hugh Freeze compared the Vols, under second-year coach Butch Jones, to the Ole Miss “journey” Freeze has

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Locker room study time prior to Ole Miss-Texas A&M: Love this pic of #BoForHeisman studying in the locker room minutes before beating A&M on Saturday! @OleMissFB pic.twitter.com/TtNGyLUZfu — OleMissPix (@OleMissPix) October 13,

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Prewitt, Haynes take SEC honors

Ole Miss senior safety Cody Prewitt has been named the SEC’s defensive player of the week, and freshman Marquis Haynes has been named the league’s defensive lineman of the week. Prewitt had seven tackles and returned an interception 75 yards

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AP voters who put Ole Miss No. 1 really like Rebels’ defense

Not surprisingly, the three Associated Press voters who put Ole Miss on top of their ballots this week relied heavily on defense in making the No. 1 call. The Rebels received three No. 1 votes, one each from Chad Cripe

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Rapid Reaction

JD and I break down the Hugh Freeze press conference.

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Freeze talks drug policy

Here is the question regarding the picture of Robert Nkemdiche that is circulating on the internet and Hugh Freeze’s response. The picture shows someone, allegedly Nkemdiche, using drug paraphernalia. Question: “There’s a picture circulating of Robert Nkemdiche. What’s your reaction?”

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Vide Blog: Freeze discusses Nkemdiche picture, A&M win

The first question Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze had to address Monday at his weekly press conference didn’t involve the No. 3 Rebels win over Texas A&M or Tennesseee, the next opponent.  His first answer involved defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche

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Video Blog: Freeze talks challenge of Tennessee

It’s homecoming at Ole Miss Saturday and the No. 3 Rebels host the Tennessee Volunteers two weeks after their historic win over Alabama. The Volunteers aren’t ranked, but Freeze felt like they were more than talented enough to pose a

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SEC Power Rankings

It’s hard to compare MSU and Ole Miss these days. I think State’s more physical on offense. This shows up in its rushing yards per game (246.3 to 146.5) and in tackles for loss allowed per game (3.83 for MSU

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Feeling a bit like Columbus after a weekend of long travel and exploring a game day experience at Texas A&M. Pretty neat. I hope to make another that’s not an 8 p.m.

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Rebels No. 3

I am still traveling and about to leave Birmingham. Here’s the link to both polls. The Rebels are No. 3 in each, Mississippi State No. 1 in each. Five coaches voted Ole Miss No. 1. Coaches do no disclose their

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A few other thoughts …

Waiting to board. I’ve got a connecting flight in Dallas as I watch CNN talk about the newest Dallas Ebola patient. A few more things from last night. A&M defensive lineman Ivan Robinson was asked to compare quarterbacks Dak Prescott

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Day After Observations

Coming to you from a suburban Houston freeway with notes and observations from the Rebels’ 35-20 win over Texas A&M … And it wasn’t that close. The Rebels were clearly content to keep the ball in front of them at the

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