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Five Ole Miss players who need a big off-season

QB Bo Wallace: He will meet with specialist Tom House on May 17 for advice on how to strengthen his shoulder. This is the last go-round for Wallace. He’s made big plays and won big games, but he’s had enough

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Moving Ahead

Five sub-plots to the off-season for Ole Miss football … Denzel Nkemdiche suspension: It’s been an interesting two years on the field for the older Nkemdiche. His career actually extends back to Houston Nutt, but Nkemdiche was redshirted as a

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Physical spring

There was no holding back for Hugh Freeze this spring. That’s a risk and reward thing, but fast and physical springtime was something he felt he needed to help his team take the next step. Physical Spring Nothing paints the

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Focusing on turnovers

Turnovers will no doubt be a topic for Ole Miss football players in meetings today before they get back on the practice field this afternoon. Hugh Freeze didn’t spend a lot of time on the topic in interviews after the

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What to watch with Spring Football

Five things to watch as Ole Miss begins spring football Suspended players There are different levels of suspension. Denzel Nkemdiche and Serderius Bryant were arrested for disorderly conduct, Bryant for public drunk. Both also had charges of disturbing the peace.

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After Signing Day: Quarterbacks

Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace.

Position-by-position with Ole Miss after Signing Day … An offensive coordinator once told me that quarterback is such an important position you want to sign at least one in each class. The Rebels signed one in name, Kendrick Doss, with

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Wallace talks bowl prep

Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace talks about his frame of mind after the Mississippi State loss, how that game motivates he and his teammates and a few new wrinkles for the run game — with no specifics — as the

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Wallace and the Conerly

Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace.

The Conerly Trophy will be presented tonight most likely to either Bo Wallace or Mississippi State offensive lineman Gabe Jackson. I cast my vote over the weekend for Wallace with less enthusiasm than I thought I would have when the

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Statistical Comparison

A few items of interest here on Ole Miss football stats through 12 games. Bowl games stats will also count in the final season totals … At the campus preseason presser Jeff Scott said he wanted to rush for 1,000

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Wallace: I’m good to go

Bo Wallace didn’t declare himself 100 percent free of flu-like symptoms on Monday, but he believes that will come soon, most likely today. He did declare himself 100 percent ready to face Mississippi State in Starkville. Wallace getting well

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Wednesday Practice Update

By John Luke McCord Daily Mississippian When the sun went down it got cold, but not before the Hugh Freeze and his team were able to take advantage a nice, sunny afternoon. Freeze was also pleased with the way his

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Focus on third downs

More success on third down was a talking point for Bo Wallace at Monday’s press conference. Wallace talked about the focus he and offensive coordinator Dan Werner place on that particular down and on making sure Wallace is comfortable with

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Monday Press Conference Notebook

Hugh Freeze was taking care of some personal business today, and Matt Luke, assistant head coach, filled in. – “Being bowl eligible two years in a row was part of our goals. We’re not satisfied but very excited about that.”

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