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2014 football signing class in summer school as a whole

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen With the exception of two players, every member of the 2014 Ole Miss football signing class has gained or met initial eligibility requirements and are currently taking summer classes.

Posted in Football, Recruiting

Video Blog: Washington could give Rebs power, speed

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen For the past two seasons, Ole Miss fans have been clamoring for a power running back to help round out Hugh Freeze’s offense.

Posted in Football, Recruiting

Rebels garner Washington transfer WR for 2015

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen OMAHA, Neb. — Ole Miss, and its success with transfer players, continued Friday with the announcement by wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow that he was headed to Oxford.

Posted in Recruiting

Rebels flip two standouts from MSU

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen For Jay Johnson and Armani Linton, flipping from Mississippi State to Ole Miss just felt like the right thing to do.

Posted in Football, Recruiting

Not a sleeper

More from JD here. Scout.com recruiting analyst Chad Simmons says Ole Miss has gotten an impact player, not a project, with the commitment from Eric Swinney. Simmons’ says the work getting done by the Ole Miss staff in Georgia is

Posted in Football, Recruiting

Rebels get RB commit

This from John Davis. Ole Miss has picked up a speedy running back commitment from a Georgia high school player. Swinney commits Swinney chose Ole Miss over Auburn and Tennessee among others. Alabama offered him as well. He was recruited

Posted in Football, Recruiting

Ole Miss’ Matt Luke talks o-line, recruiting

By John Davis Oxford Citizen Sports Editor As spring football games are winding down at the high school level, Ole Miss football coaches are seemingly increasing their work load from a recruiting standpoint. Until the spring evaluation period ends May

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It’s never too early for football recruiting

Anybody that knows about college football knows that recruiting never stops. National Signing Day may still be over nine months away, but the spring is vital for gaining traction with recruits. And not just for the 2015 crop, but players

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OM’s Bjork talks football opener, Vanderbilt

By John Davis Special to the Journal Two years ago, Ross Bjork was named Ole Miss Athletics Director. He entered his job with the Rebels coming off back-to-back losing seasons in football, and facing a fan base for the first

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After Signing Day: Defensive ends

A position by position look at the Rebels after signing day … There are intriguing pick-ups at the ends and just as much intrigue by who is returning. I thought we might see improved sack numbers off the edge with

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After Signing Day: Defensive tackles

A position by position look at the Rebels after signing day … Like many positions on defense, for defensive tackle it’s about depth and not an immediate need for big roles from the newcomers. Ole Miss returns its top six

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Friday Morning Update

It looks like Utah was getting ready to fight for DJ Law. This from the Salt Lake Tribune. From the time news came to light that Law, an athlete from Florida, had signed with two FBS schools, Ole Miss has

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Ole Miss releases Law from NLI

Ole Miss will release signee DJ Law from his national letter of intent, Rebels coach Hugh Freeze says. Law, a 5-foot-11, 185-pound athlete from Haines City, Fla., made national news Wednesday by signing with both Ole Miss and Utah. He

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