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The Rebels’ relentless offense

The Ole Miss offense has been pretty good of late. It hasn’t always been pretty, and sometimes all the runs have come in one or two big innings. But the Rebels have kept pounding — that’s sort of the definition

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … Here’s what Signing Day was like for new Ole Miss offensive lineman┬áJordan Sims at Homewood High School in Birmingham. … Ole Miss signee Tee Shepard invites his Twitter followers to “Win the

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 88-74 overtime win over LSU … Going into the LSU game Sebastian Saiz told us he was “ready” for the challenge of more minutes and a different role after Andy Kennedy talked about moving

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Final: Ole Miss 88, LSU 74 OT

The road beckons so a few quick thoughts but lots of video. Let’s start with Marshall Henderson after a rare appearance in the media room: There’s a tendency to say this was Marshall Henderson’s night, but the win would not

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LSU at Ole Miss

From the Mother Ship, Frontcourt Focus for Ole Miss Tip: 8 p.m. TV: CSS Radio: Ole Miss Network, Sirius 136, XM 199. Series: LSU leads 117-86. Last Year: Ole Miss won 81-67 March 9 in Baton Rouge. Coaches: LSU –

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … My former Daily Journal co-worker is Gregg Ellis is rounding up Mississippi State athletes for interviews these days. He’s been doing that for the last, oh, five to seven years I reckon.

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning. … Troy safety Camren Hudson has played well of late in spite of a number of aches and pains. The Trojans are at Ole Miss Saturday morning. … After Troy, it’s No. 6

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Praise for Bo Wallace from Les Miles

The decisions of Bo Wallace were a constant story line in 2012. Obviously a lot of effort went into his improved handling of the football this season. If he’s as fortunate over the back half of the season as he

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Beat Writer Q-and-A

Special thanks to Randy Rosetta of the New Orleans Times-Picayune/NOLA.com who provides a closer look at LSU in this week’s Q-and-A. PA: Describe the talent lost from last year’s LSU defense and the adjustments that have been made there: Rosetta:

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Johnson done for the year

Defensive end C.J. Johnson will have surgery on his ankle and will miss the remainder of the season, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said. Johnson will be eligible for a medical redshirt which would give him two seasons remaining at

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‘Wing Night’ and SEC Media Days

Good stuff from The Mother Ship this morning. Andy Kennedy has the personality that has always made him a hit in interviews. These days the questions are all about Marshall Henderson, even though the Rebels return their backcourt intact from

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Getting Davis back

Far too many players won’t be part of the plan for Ole Miss against No. 6 LSU, but the Rebels will have Carlos Davis, who turned into a team leader in special teams coverage last year. A walk-on running back

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Doing his part

Doing his part for Bryon Bennett this week means moving out to defensive end. A redshirt junior defensive tackle, Bennett has some experience at end from his high school days at Madison Central. A position that was once very deep

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