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A meaningful November

From the mother ship, defensive end Jason Jones and his teammates are glad to be playing meaningful games in November. It’s been  a while. While one more win will get Ole Miss to a bowl game, Jones says the Rebels

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Vanderbilt Week Presser

Some highlights from the Hugh Freeze presser … There are a number of banged up players, so it won’t be a surprised tomorrow and Wednesday to see players missing practice time. Generally speaking, Freeze was optimistic that most players will

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning. … Kentucky fired its coach, Joker Phillips on Sunday, a day after the Wildcats lost 40-0 to Vanderbilt before sparse gathering at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington. Photos and news accounts of the crowd

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 37-10 loss at No. 7 Georgia … Video here from the coordinators. Dave Wommack Dan Werner For Ole Miss, the sudden struggle to run the football is alarming. While the offensive line had been

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FINAL: Georgia 37, Ole Miss 10

No. 7 Georgia went on to score 37 unanswered points after the Rebels led much of the first half 10-7. Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray torched a depleted Ole Miss secondary with 21-for-28 passing, 384 yards, no picks and four touchdown.

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Game Day: Keys To Victory

1.Keep up with Jones Georgia doesn’t get pressure from a vast array of sources on defense, ranking 10th in the league with 2 sacks a game. But linebacker Jarvis Jones brings it, getting 1.42 of those sacks on average, making

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Game Day: At A Glance

Where: Sanford Stadium, Athens, Ga. Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. Television: CBS Radio: Ole Miss Network; Sirius 123, XM 201 Records: Ole Miss 5-3, 2-2 SEC, Georgia 7-1, 5-1 SEC Series: Georgia leads 31-12-1 Coaches: Georgia – Mark Richt 113-39 12 seasons

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Beat Writer Q-and-A

Seth Emerson does a fine job covering Georgia athletics for the Macon Telegraph: Q: Why do you think Georgia has a tendency to look flat at times? I’m thinking specifically about the South Carolina and Kentucky games. That’s a great

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Predictions Anyone?

Part of this prediction business is comparing scores, and you can get in trouble doing that. Every game is different with its own issues. Teams don’t typically stay the same. They get better or worse over the course of the

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The game off the field

Ole Miss will be the underdog in Athens Saturday. That’s nothing new. What is new is the confidence the Rebels (5-3, 2-2 SEC) will carry with them into the underdog role. The belief and excitement that comes from two-straight conference

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Improving OL

There has been improvement on several fronts for Ole Miss since a 66-35 loss to Texas, one of those being the offensive line. This group was forever the question mark through the first set of spring drills with Hugh Freeze,

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Knowing when to speed it up

From the mother ship, our coverage of Media Monday at Ole Miss .. Hugh Freeze was hired to run a tempo (fast) offense, but it’s not always an easy decision to jump into the quicker space and speed things up.

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning. … From ESPN, the hot and not of the SEC, Chris Low throws his support for SEC Coach of the Year behind Hugh Freeze provided the Rebels win one more game. … From

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