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Charting Wallace, Brunetti

Good stuff here from CoachingSearch.com as it charts the nation’s most improved college quarterbacks based on ball security. Bo Wallace threw 22 touchdown passes last year to help the Rebels exceed expectations by going 7-6 and winning a bowl game.

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Brunetti talks shoulder, Kincade

Backup quarterback Barry Brunetti says it’s “likely” that he’ll play against LSU, but his injured shoulder is something that will require daily attention this week. In the event that Brunetti cannot play, freshman Devante Kincade will be ready to play.

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Did Brunetti close the gap?

Some thoughts on a Monday morning … Is there a question as to who should be play quarterback more at Ole Miss? I remain firm in my belief that Bo Wallace is the better passer and because of that gives

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More from the Rebels’ postgame

More video here from postgame interviews with Ole Miss. Bo Wallace [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQkd_Wf6FuQ[/youtube] Barry Brunetti [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3v7IDQRspzM[/youtube] Offensive coordinator Dan Werner [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0XSeV32jFg[/youtube]

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Day After Observations

Coming to you later this morning after the traffic nightmare that was the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium traffic flow and the 3 a.m. home arrival. It’s quite possible last night’s loss to Texas A&M — the second emotional three-point setback to the

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Reviving the run game

From the Mother Ship, there’s continued focus on the run game this week, Hugh Freeze says, but not in the way of personnel changes. Freeze was happy with the production from his short-yardage sets at Auburn, but the Rebels were

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Day After Observations

Thoughts and observations from the Rebels’ 31-13 win over Southeast Missouri State … It wasn’t the Jacksonville State debacle of three years ago, but there were frightening similarities as Ole Miss raced to a 31-0 lead then watched the Redhawks

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Notes, thoughts and back-up QBs

From the Mother Ship this morning, notes and thoughts after two weeks of camp. And now, a little bonus coverage. It’s been an interesting exchange at No. 2 quarterback, but Barry Brunetti seemed to elevate a little bit. There’s no

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Pondering the QBs

Pondering the Ole Miss quarterbacks this morning. At his campus media day Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said he’d like to redshirt both freshman quarterbacks, “but you have to have another one ready to play.” Clearly Freeze has been getting

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Monday 8.12 Practice Update

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze says he doesn’t know anything about the NCAA’s questioning of MSU freshman Chris Jones. Jones, a five-star defensive end from Houston (the Mississippi one), visited only MSU and Ole Miss before signing with the Bulldogs.

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Week 1 Notes

The Rebels will be back on the practice field in a couple of hours. Hugh Freeze and his staff will have reviewed the video from Saturday’s scrimmage, and we’ll see if that results in any depth chart changes. One change

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Camp 2012 … Freshman backs shine, QBs compete

By request, this flashback from 2012. It was a very different picture a year ago when Bo Wallace and Barry Brunetti were competitors in an unsettled quarterback picture. This was a good day for freshmen running backs too. A year

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Position Preview: Quarterbacks

Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace.

A look at Ole Miss positions heading into camp: The Rebels return a proven and successful starter at the most important position. What a difference a year makes. Bo Wallace couldn’t win the job in the spring of 2012 and

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