Blog Archives

Spring Look Ahead: Offensive Line

Looking ahead to bowl practice and the spring. Second in a series … Offensive Line Hugh Freeze began this football season talking about increased depth across the board that he felt would help the Rebels compete. That depth showed up

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , , ,

Six Rebels make AP All-SEC

Ole Miss had a total of six players named All-SEC by The Associated Press today, five of them on the first team. OL Laremy Tunsil and TE Evan Engram made the first-team offense, DT Robert Nkemdiche, CB Senquez Golson and

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,

No stress for Bell who says Tunsil is fine and Ole Miss can advance a wet ball

In a game that can stress you out thank goodness for Justin Bell. The Ole Miss junior offensive lineman is almost always laid back when he meets with us. He assures me he takes the game seriously. I have no

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , ,

Rebels hope run game improvement carries over to Alabama

Listen around to any of the analysis on this Ole Miss-Alabama game, and much of it centers on the Rebels’ ability to run the football. You hear it so much it sounds cliche, but you have to run the ball

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , , ,

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.

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , ,

Low key Rebels

Moving into the AP top 10 hasn’t changed the perspective for Ole Miss players who say they’re not focused on the ranking but are more focused on having a better experience after a second-consecutive 3-0 start. The Rebels were were

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Predictions Anyone?

I love a Thursday game but sometimes it messes with the internal clock. Game Week is condensed, and I forgot, for a time, about a blog tradition. The Predictions Post is back in business, however, and will be a regular

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,

Tunsil’s challenge

From the Mother Ship, Laremy Tunsil is not content to be a great pass-blocker. He wants to become a dominant run blocker too, and he’s made strides to do just that. Tunsil’s Challenge

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , ,

Morris’ health, Tunsil’s confidence

The Rebels are back on the practice field this morning, but practice is closed. Next visitation is after practice tomorrow. While Matt Luke has moved this player in and that player out and this player back again there have been

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , , ,

Fixing things up front

From the Mother Ship, today’s column focuses on the offensive line. While there’s depth at running back, experience at quarterback and talent at wide receiver, all could be for naught if the Rebels don’t fix some things on the offensive

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , ,

Tunsil and the OL

Laremy Tunsil is aware of all the evaluations of his talent but only a little bit. He also talks about wanting to become a better run blocker. It took Tunsil a few games to take over the left tackle spot

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , ,

C.J. Johnson says Tunsil is making him a better pass rusher

While Ole Miss has more depth on defense the Rebels will be at their best if they don’t have to use it much. Depth is best used to insert fresh legs, but there’s no doubt the Rebels need to keep

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , ,

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. [youtube][/youtube] It was clear that Ole Miss needed help at tight end last season, but Engram, a three-star recruit

Posted in Football Tagged with: , , , ,

Parrish’s Twitter Feed

Meet the Writers

JD and Parrish

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 218 other subscribers