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Wommack says Rebels have to be aware of play-action pass at LSU

With LSU settling into its run game as much as it has in recent weeks the threat of the play-action pass looms larger. Ole Miss cornerbacks will no doubt be called upon for run support against a quartet of LSU

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Engram talks TD catch, increased confidence

Evan Engram’s highlight video catch against Tennessee was a product of awareness, he says. “The coaches made a good play call, and we went and made the play.” The end result was Engram, the sophomore tight end diving near the

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Rapid Reaction

It’s LSU week. John Davis and I break down the Hugh Freeze press conference.

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Ole Miss-LSU Video Chat

I’m joined by Jim Kleinpeter who covers LSU for the New Orleans Times-Picayune and

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Day After Observations

Notes and observations from the Rebels’ 34-3 win over Tennessee … It was highly unusual to see Bo Wallace complete less than 50 percent of his pass attempts. That’s not terrible surprising. Tennessee has some talent in the secondary. The

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Ole Miss defense wants to make sure it closes games strong

In the grand scheme of things Texas A&M’s last-play touchdown was rather meaningless last week and did nothing to change the fact that the Ole Miss defense had out-performed the Aggies’ offense for most of four quarters. Narrowing that focus

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Mid-term grades for Ole Miss defense

Hey, it’s mid-term for Ole Miss football so why not pass out grades? With six games in the books the Rebels are 6-0 and eager to keep the streak going this week against Tennessee. Much of the talk about this

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Family Guy

Issac Gross says part of the success of the defensive line has to do with relationships. He described himself as a “family” guy regarding his football teammates before he ever got to Ole Miss. Once on campus he quickly bonded

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AP voters who put Ole Miss No. 1 really like Rebels’ defense

Not surprisingly, the three Associated Press voters who put Ole Miss on top of their ballots this week relied heavily on defense in making the No. 1 call. The Rebels received three No. 1 votes, one each from Chad Cripe

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Game Day: Ole Miss at Texas A&M

Bo Wallace Advance: Difference challenge for Ole Miss defense Fandom: Ole Miss supporters head to Texas Column: Window of time and Class of 13 Feature: Rebels remember close losses to A&M Talking SEC Football No. 3 Ole Miss at No.

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He’s got Hill’s back

I have landed in Houston, our home base for a road game that’s difficult to reach and over-priced from a hotel standpoint when you get there. Left Birmingham early this morning and had a thankfully uneventful flight with no apparent

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Aggies glad to be back home with 100,000 plus behind them

Texas A&M hasn’t played a home football game in more than a month and is quite ready to experience the healing power that comes from the vibe an excited fan base brings. “I think we’ll draw a lot of energy

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Hangover, yes, but not in an emotional way

Reserve defensive lineman John Youngblood had a good answer to the hangover question last night. Tuesday was the first day of work for Ole Miss since the Alabama game. Sunday is about the truth, Hugh Freeze says, but it’s not

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