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Happy In Oxford

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze says he’s happy in Oxford. We have all watched similar situations play out with a happy coach leaving. I believe Hugh Freeze will be the coach at Ole Miss next year. For now, an SEC

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Bjork talks Freeze, coaches, money

Here is the conversation we had with Ross Bjork following today’s presser. Much of it he and talked about in the blog interview last week. … (What is your reaction to Hugh’s name being connected with the Florida opening? What

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Rapid Reaction

John Davis and I with Rapid Reaction from the Hugh Freeze presser.

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Freeze and the carousel

With Hugh Freeze’s salary at $3 million the number of jobs that could lure him away is reduced. Freeze has talked about journey and building a winner at Ole Miss in his home state. He’s sincere. Florida, though, is a

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Golson, Ole Miss defense focus on consistency

Ole Miss was even in turnover ratio against Presbyterian, each team throwing one interception. Presbyterian’s pick landed with linebacker Serderius Bryant, not Senquez Golson, ending a string of five games in which Golson had at least one interception. Golson has

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Wallace feeling healthy, confident

After back-to-back games with a sub-.50 completion rate Bo Wallace completed 70 percent of his pass attempts against Auburn and 73 percent against Presbyterian. He’s completing 64 percent for the season with 22 touchdown passes and eight interceptions. His passer

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Dodson’s evaluation request

Mark Dodson didn’t thump his chest and say “Look at me,” after scoring two touchdowns from 60-plus yards out. He didn’t need to do that, it was Presbyterian. But Ole Miss does need to spark its running game, and Dodson

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Redshirt freshman QBs confident, eager

Redshirt freshman quarterbacks DeVante Kincade and Ryan Buchanan were eager to get on the field against Presbyterian. If Bo Wallace stays healthy it will likely be their last extensive playing before spring drills. Both looked confident and efficient in running

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Broadcast and rankings notes for the Egg Bowl

The path for the Egg Bowl to take the CBS TV slot was essentially cleared earlier this week when the network announced it would air Mississippi State at Alabama this Saturday. The SEC contract with CBS stipulates that no conference

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Moving past Auburn, Kincade talks about his roommate Treadwell

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze wasn’t shy last week in saying that the Auburn loss was one that lingered a little bit. It didn’t appear to linger a whole week. Playing an FCS opponent helped with moving forward, but the

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Final: Ole Miss 48, Presbyterian 0

The Rebels dominated an overmatched FCS foe and were mostly clean along the way. The kicking game didn’t look good without Gary Wunderlich, a surprise absence with a hamstring issue. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said Wunderlich could have played,

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About Last Night

A few thoughts on the basketball exhibition. It was impressive to see 48 points by newcomers. Things looked a bit awkward early as Andy Kennedy was running so many guys in and out. The level of athleticism had something to

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C.J. Johnson has an idea of the challenge ahead for Laquon Treadwell

The Laquon Treadwell injury was unique in how the leg bent, not unheard of but unique. And certainly painful. One Ole Miss player who has a better understanding of what Treadwell is going through than most of their teammates is

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