Saban still trying to manage tempo offense

Interesting comments from Nick Saban on tempo offense today. He still complains about it but seems to have embraced it with his offensive coordinator, Lane Kiffin. Saban: “I think it’s important that if we’re going to be a no-huddle team

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Media Guide covers

Here are the two Ole Miss media guide covers. One for offense, one for defense. Print copies of both have been made.

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Spurrier: Gave retirement some thought but no set timetable

Wrapping up Day 2. Steve Spurrier gave retirement some thought. It happens, he says, when you lose the way South Carolina was losing last season, giving up double-digit leads late in games. He says he’s rejuvenated and optimistic about defensive

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Eight is enough, at least for now

An eighth official on the field is a needed boost, Steve Shaw says. The SEC’s coordinator of officials also says his crews have a good handle on “pace of play” and making things fair for the the offense and defense.

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Tunsil’s stepfather pleads not guilty via letter to court

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Lindsey Miller, the stepfather of Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, is no longer serving as his own counsel. He has also entered a plea of not guilty for both domestic violence charges he is

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Auburn’s Frost glad to see Treadwell getting healthy

Laquon Treadwell’s gruesome injury was hard to take for the guy who delivered the blow, Auburn linebacker Kris Frost. John Davis spoke with Frost about the play and his reaction to it. Frost said it was initially hard for him to

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Leading the way

New SEC commissioner Greg Sankey praised the league’s presidents and administrators in South Carolina and Mississippi for positions they’ve taken regarding the Confederate battle flag. This became an issue again after the church massacre in South Carolina. Sankey stopped short

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Day 1 Wrap from Hoover

Logan Lowery and I talking SEC Media Days.

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Conner named to Thorpe watch list

Safety Tony Conner, a “Huskie” in the Ole Miss 4-2-5 alignment, has been named to the watch list for the Thorpe Award which is presented to the nation’s top defensive back. Conner has already been named to the Bronko Nagurski

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Nobody did SEC Media Days like Tebow

Nobody did SEC Media Days like Tim Tebow. Ole Miss’ three player representatives at SEC Media Days are CJ Johnson, Mike Hilton and Evan Engram, three guys who will make a big impact on the 2015 season. Notably absent are

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Phil Steele bullish on Rebels in 2015

This week’s Q & A is with college football guru Phil Steele, who has been producing one of the nation’s most comprehensive preseason magazines for over two decades. His most recent magazine hit the stands on July 1. Steele was

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SEC Media Days Advance

Checking in from Hoover before tomorrow’s madness. Here’s Logan Lowery and myself.

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On the eve of SEC Media Days, a few notes from the media guide depth chart

There are a fair amount of unsettled jobs on the guide’s preseason depth chart with the word “or” used 14 times including twice at quarterback where it reads, in order, Ryan Buchanan or Chad Kelly or DeVante Kincade. As it reads, everyone

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