Video Blog: Freeze talks importance of bye week

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss was off this past Saturday, resting up for the final two games of the regular season. The Rebels head to Arkansas on Saturday.  Freeze talked about the Razorbacks, who won their first SEC

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Video Blog: Freeze talks Arkansas, rumors about Florida opening

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Hugh Freeze didn’t want to talk about rumors surrounding him and the opening at the University of Florida. His only focus is on the Rebels defeating the Arkansas Razorbacks Saturday afternoon. Freeze said Saturday’s matchup

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For Golson, a matter of trust

From the Mother Ship, our open date Sunday feature focused on senior cornerback Senquez Golson. Earlier in the year Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze talked about Golson’s on-field success and related it to his improved off-field attitude. Golson says he

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SEC Power Rankings

Alabama at the top. LSU and Auburn slide. Arkansas surges out of the bottom third. 1 Alabama 2 2 MSU 1 3 Ole Miss 4 4 Georgia 6 5 Missouri 8 6 LSU 3 7 Texas A&M 7 8 Auburn

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … More Florida coach speculation. Matt Hayes of The Sporting News wonders if the time isn’t right for the Gators to land former Spurrier assistant Bob Stoops. More from Hayes: Ole Miss AD Ross

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Freeze and the carousel

With Hugh Freeze’s salary at $3 million the number of jobs that could lure him away is reduced. Freeze has talked about journey and building a winner at Ole Miss in his home state. He’s sincere. Florida, though, is a

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Final: Charleston Southern 66, Ole Miss 65 OT

I am out of town this weekend. Thanks to RebelGrove.com’s Chase Parham for covering tonight. Just a few box score notes … According to Twitter reports, the Rebels were ahead by one but turned the ball over with 8.2 seconds left. CSU

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Rebels add two basketball signees

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss men’s basketball coach Andy Kennedy has one of the best point guards in the SEC, and several veteran guards on his roster this season. Replacing Jarvis Summers and LaDarius “Snoop” White should be

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … I don’t often leave town during an open date, but I have this weekend. I am traveling this morning for a college reunion and will see the Indian-Warhawks play a home football

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Video Blog: Werner talks getting back to basics

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Before leaving on the road recruiting, Ole Miss offensive coordinator Dan Werner gave his thoughts on where the offense is heading into the final two games of the 2014 season. The Rebels have worked on

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Ole Miss, FSU to open 2016 season

ESPN is reporting that Ole Miss and Florida State will open the 2016 season at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. LINK

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Golson, Ole Miss defense focus on consistency

Ole Miss was even in turnover ratio against Presbyterian, each team throwing one interception. Presbyterian’s pick landed with linebacker Serderius Bryant, not Senquez Golson, ending a string of five games in which Golson had at least one interception. Golson has

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Wallace feeling healthy, confident

After back-to-back games with a sub-.50 completion rate Bo Wallace completed 70 percent of his pass attempts against Auburn and 73 percent against Presbyterian. He’s completing 64 percent for the season with 22 touchdown passes and eight interceptions. His passer

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