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Tunsil declares for draft too

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, like wide receiver Laquon Treadwell earlier this afternoon, has declared for the NFL draft. The moves were widely anticipated for both players. Both are projected early first-round

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Don’t fear the transition

The last time Ole Miss won 10 games was Eli Manning’s senior year. It was a different time in terms of talent level and recruiting when Eli was gone. That’s not the case now as the Rebels head into the

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The 5 who will be most missed in 2016

Assuming Laquon Treadwell and Laremy Tunsil declare for the draft, a top-five list of players who will be most missed when next season rolls around. I welcome your additions, deletions below: Laremy Tunsil – I spoke to the quarterback club

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 48-20 Sugar Bowl win over Oklahoma State … Just getting back from a hectic but productive bowl week. I don’t think anyone could have scripted a better experience for Ole Miss. The Sugar Bowl

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Speaks speaks on Sugar Bowl performance

I hate to lose Fahn Cooper off the quote team, but Breeland Speaks has star potential. Very well-spoken. He talks here about the great feeling he has with Ole Miss putting the Peach Bowl loss to TCU behind it. He

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Tunsil talks Sugar Bowl, NFL decision

Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil talks about the Rebels’ 48-20 Sugar Bowl win over Oklahoma State and his looming NFL decision.

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Freeze praises Tunsil for sticking with team this season

More head coaches press conference photos Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze this morning at the Sugar Bowl head coaches’ press conference praised Laremy Tunsil for continuing with the team this year. Tunsil missed the first seven games of the season

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Speaks embraces opportunity

Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack tells us junior D.J. Jones, a first-year juco transfer who has steadily improved, will start at tackle in place of Robert Nkemdiche. Redshirt freshman Breeland Speaks will play a significantly larger role, however. Speaking

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Johnson, Brown transcripts

There was a lot of passion coming C.J. Johnson and Chief Brown yesterday, two fifth-year seniors who were part of Houston Nutt’s final season as coach when the Rebels went 2-10 in 2011. Everything could fit inside a story, so

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Fifth-year seniors proud of how far they’ve come

I vividly remember the three games in 2011 following the announcement that Houston Nutt would not return as Ole Miss coach. Nutt was allowed to remain and coach the team. That might have been OK for one game, but for

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Announcing future plans removed pressure for Engram

Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram announced before the Rebels broke for Christmas that he would return for his senior season. Engram and defensive end Fadol Brown were among the five for whom the school requested draft grades from the

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Getting ready for two QBs

It seems that something’s up with the Oklahoma State quarterbacks. It seemed a little silly for Mike Gundy on Saturday to talk about the “possibility” of playing two quarterbacks when he’s played two in every game this season. There’s some

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Rebels Arrive

Ole Miss arrived at the Hilton Riverside this afternoon. Players are having a team meal right now with meetings set for seven. A few minutes before six about 20 Ole Miss players were still making their way to the Hilton

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