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Hamilton motivated by 2011 result

Woodrow Hamilton was a true freshman in 2011 and was being redshirted. He didn’t take part physically in the whipping Alabama administered to Ole Miss that season, but he felt it just the same. And it continues to motivate him.

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Monday Press Conference

The beginnings of a blog notebook here. We’re between the first and second waves of players. Bo Wallace, Cody Prewitt and Andrew Ritter have come through. Waiting on others. Will add video when it finishes uploading. The highlights: – Don’t

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Rebels and the rankings

Little poll change for Ole Miss in the off week. The Rebels were No. 21 in the AP Top 25 last week, and they hold that spot again. They moved up from No. 22 to No. 21 in the coaches

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Executing and working to improve

From the Mother Ship this morning, execution, particularly at quarterback, has the Ole Miss’ tempo offense really playing well right now. What happens when defense’s catch up? Bo Wallace has an answer for that. Speaking of tempo offense, by Mr.

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Program building

A road trip that requires a flight and has a 7 p.m. or later kickoff is the combination I dread, because I usually opt for the early flight out, the lesser of travel evils. I knew the end of Saturday

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SEC Power Rankings

I still like the Aggies in the fourth spot. Not willing to bump them up for a loss, nor am I ready to drop them behind South Carolina. The final A&M score was pretty competitive, though it didn’t look like

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning. I am traveling to Austin today and will check in later on. News often breaks on travel day. Let’s all think good thoughts about that. From Austin, the latest on Texas QB David

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Wednesday Morning Update

A prayer for our military and for families who lost loved ones on this day in 2001. Now, spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … From CoachingSearch.com, how important was the win over Texas for BYU? Bronco Mendenhall talks

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning. … The Rebels will be back on the practice field today, but they’re setting their clocks back. Wanting to see how his team will respond under the lights, Hugh Freeze will bring them

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … From Athens, Georgia-Clemson is a big matchup to begin with, and ESPN’s Game Day program will make it a little bigger. The Bulldogs and Tigers kick off at 7 p.m. central on

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … LSU running back Jeremy Hill did not have his probation revoked by a local judge on Monday, thus giving him a soft landing from what Tigers coach Les Miles called a “legal

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning. … ESPN says the NCAA is investigating Johnny Football because he’s looking too much like Johnny Cash. Actually the allegation is that Johnny Manziel profited from the sale of his autograph. So Manziel

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … Forbes tells us how much Johnny Manziel can expect to lose in potential NFL dollars each time he’s kicked out of a frat party. It’s no small amount. Not to be outdone

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