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Freeze is confident Luke can get OL where it needs to be

In the process of building depth no position needs it more than the offensive line, and no Ole Miss assistant has his work cut out for him more than Matt Luke. Hugh Freeze also mentions wide receiver as a position

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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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Five things we learned from Ole Miss spring football

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze

Five Things We learned from Spring Football Race for No. 2 still a race: The battle to see who will emerge as the primary backup for starting quarterback Bo Wallace remains unsettled. I suspected nothing less. Both DeVante Kincade, the

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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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Luke getting good news from center in OL competition

In settling on five starters and a playing rotation at offensive line it would be absolutely huge if either Ben Still, a 6-3, 292 junior, or Robert Conyers, a 6-5, 295 third-year sophomore, emerged as the starter. At the beginning

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Building Depth

In December of 2011 Hugh Freeze inherited an Ole Miss team short on depth. Building depth has been a story line around this program ever since. And it’s getting better. The Rebels are winding down spring drills, which will conclude

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Hampton happy to get a head start on Ole Miss career

The tuxes and limos that go with a senior prom, the pomp and circumstance of high school graduation are things C.J. Hampton will never experience. And that’s something he doesn’t regret. Hampton punted the spring of his senior year at

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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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Saturday Football Scrimmage

I am in Tuscaloosa awaiting the start of Game 2 in the baseball series with Alabama. David Collier of The Daily Mississippian helped us out with the football scrimmage .. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack expressed optimism last week in his

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Nkemdiche looks back, looks ahead

Robert Nkemdiche thought he could have played better as a freshman, but he’s excited about where he is for his sophomore season. As the nation’s No. 1 high school recruit Nkemdiche said he felt the bulls-eye on his back right

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Robert Nkemdiche looks back, looks ahead

Robert Nkemdiche thought he could have played better as a freshman, but he’s excited about where he is for his sophomore season. As the nation’s No. 1 high school recruit Nkemdiche said he felt the bulls-eye on his back right

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Freeze still unclear on where Liggins fits, weight will factor in

There has been a lot of excitement for the signing of former Lafayette quarterback Jeremy Liggins. Where Liggins’ college career goes from here may depend on his weight loss. Liggins is currently listed at 6-foot-3, 296. He’s shown some nimble

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