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Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 24-3 win over Memphis … While Memphis is an improved team it’s simply hard to take much confidence from last night’s win into this week’s daunting task against No. 3 Alabama. That’s mainly because

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Ole Miss coordinators talk open date, Memphis game

Offensive coordinator Dan Werner calls the Memphis defense “scary” with the amount of pressure the Tigers bring and how they disguise it. Werner says he’s glad to have had the extra week to help prepare for Memphis. Defensive coordinator Dave

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Wommack pleased with pass rush in spite of sack numbers

The Ole Miss defense was intent on increasing its pass rush this year, and that’s not showing up in its sack numbers through three games. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack believes the pass rush is better in spite of the statistics.

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Stopping the run

It’s been a great three-game start for the Ole Miss defense, but it can be better, players say, if they get better at stopping the run more consistently. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack continued that theme when we spoke with him

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9-23 Practice Report

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze talks about Tuesday’s practice as the Rebels get ready for a Saturday night home game with Memphis.

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Not a rivalry but emotional anyway

The question was posed to Hugh Freeze at his regular presser Monday if the Ole Miss-Memphis game had a rivalry feel about it. Well, the answer is no. Rivals play on an annual basis, and these two haven’t played since

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Wallace talks bye week, Memphis

Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace talks about the Rebels’ bye week and looks ahead to Saturday’s game against Memphis:

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9-22, Rapid Reaction

John Davis and myself from the Hugh Freeze presser. A little extra explanation here. After the Vanderbilt game Freeze told us Channing Ward played better, in his eyes, because he was angry at the taunt from a Vanderbilt player. Today

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Treadwell and the receivers

Ole Miss sophomore Laquon Treadwell is getting his catches, but the coverage he’s facing from opponents has limited the explosive plays. That’s likely to change if his wide receiver teammates continue to produce the way they have in the Rebels’

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Nkemdiche, defense trying to get better during open date

Ole Miss defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche was glad to get his first sack of the year and says, “I have more coming. I’ve just got to keep playing hard.” The defense is trying to become more consistent against the run

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Freeze and Stenhouse

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze, a self-proclaimed NASCAR fanatic, and driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr., of Olive Branch, exchanged gifts and pleasantries a few minutes ago. Stenhouse was on campus for a goodwill tour as NASCAR tries to reach a younger

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Tunsil talks heavy package, maintaining focus

Like many of his teammates Laremy Tunsil doesn’t feel the Rebels have necessarily proved themselves with blow-out wins the last two weeks. He talks about that here and also about his teammates on the offensive line.

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Wide receivers sharing the wealth

The Tallahassee Quarterback Club announced this morning 12 new additions to the watch list for the Biletnikoff Award which goes to the nation’s top wide receiver. It struck me as odd that Ole Miss did not have a player added

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