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Engram’s transition

It’s funny to watch Evan Engram’s response to the first question in the video. Watch the smile spread across his face. It was clear that Ole Miss needed help at tight end last season, but Engram, a three-star recruit from

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Freshmen Speak

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze lifted his ban on freshmen speaking today and Laremy Tunsil was among the first three rising sophomores to participate in media interviews. Here’s what he, Derrick Jones and Ryan Buchanan had to say. Tunsil Buchanan

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The Class of 2014

With Signing Day just hours away it’s a different feel at Ole Miss this year. Last year Hugh Freeze’s class was generated national attention with five star guys like Robert Nkemdiche, Laquon Treadwell and Laremy Tunsil. This year the highest-rated

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Cooper and the OL

I see that the Ole Miss Spirit this morning is reporting that junior college signee Fahn Cooper will need the spring semester of juco to get his grades in order and will not participate in drills with the Rebels. If

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Friday Bowl Practice

— First, the news … Looks like freshman tight end Evan Engram will play. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is hoping to get about 30 plays from Engram. Looks like freshman offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil is doubtful. Wide receiver Ja-Mes

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Freshman Review

Nine games in Hugh Freeze’s top 10 signing class is living up to the hype. The coaching staff has given these guys opportunities to play, and many of them have responded in a big way. That certainly holds true for

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Coordinators talk Arkansas

Hugh Freeze has commented on the two Arkansas freshmen along the offensive line, and Ole Miss co-offensive coordinator and OL coach Matt Luke talks about his freshmen here, including the future of Austin Golson, which will likely include an experiment

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Fast start for freshmen

The freshmen gag order remains in effect so you’re not going to hear Ole Miss freshmen talk about themselves. But there are plenty of people — teammates and coaches — eager to talk about the freshmen. From the Mother Ship,

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Freeze Monday press conference

The player interviews were a bit rushed today, as they’re heading out for a public service opportunity this afternoon. We did catch up with a few. Hugh Freeze put his team through a morning workout and like what he saw

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Freshman reaction

Thank goodness for Twitter. A gag order remains in effect for Ole Miss freshmen. They can carry a weapon for their country and help elect the leader of the free world but at the moment can’t speak to media after

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Offensive line, WR, Penalties

A few football thoughts on a Sunday morning … Offensive Line I don’t want to understate the loss of Aaron Morris. It’s a big deal. The most immediate problem, though, is the stress it puts on depth that was gradually

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Question of the Day: The Freshmen

Who was your most impressive freshman in the Rebels’ 39-35 win over Vanderbilt? Leave your logic below. A. Tony Conner B. Robert Nkemdiche C. Evan Engram D. Laquon Treadwell E. Laremy Tunsil

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Day After Observations

Clearing the cob webs from my brain after powering down at 2:30 a.m. Here are a few notes and observations from the Rebels’ 39-35 win over Vanderbilt. … If there was any possible way to inflict a more painful defeat

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