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Comments from Rashan Gary’s mother

I’ve not visited ChatSports.com before. I’m familiar with the name from having seen in forwarded through social media. ChatSports is headquartered in San Francisco according to its Twitter feed. Much of its site includes content posted from other media/internet sources.

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Tunsil comments and the NCAA Student Assistance Fund

What came to light last night was that Laremy Tunsil asked for money to help pay rent. The response, presumably from John Miller in football operations, does not say that the money was given to Tunsil. It implies that Miller

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Tunsil Video

Here is the Tunsil video from his press conference after being drafted No. 13 by the Dolphins. He says his social media accounts were hacked but confirms their content. The presser was cut short by an NFL employee.

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Weekend Review

A few notes and thoughts on Ole Miss’ 6-5 Sunday comeback and a weekend sweep of Auburn. … In the sports media biz we often work ahead. It’s that our get caught unsteady on deadline. There’s a certain amount of

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Rebel Road Trip Notebook

Some leftovers from Thursday’s Rebel Road Trip stop in Tupelo … Standing Ovations Ross Bjork received a standing ovation after he was introduced. He joked that it was the first standing ovation he’d received while Hugh Freeze had received five.

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McArthur in the SEC mix

Freshman right-hander James McArthur had another strong start for Ole Miss last night. McArthur was in the mix last fall to earn one of the SEC rotation spots before he sustained a broken foot in an accident while moving out

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Rebels slide

After a series loss at Alabama, Ole Miss drops three spots to No. 16 in the latest release of D1Baseball.com’s Top 25. Here you go.

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Ole Miss baseball at the mid-way point of the SEC season

Some notes and thoughts on Ole Miss baseball at the mid-way point of the SEC season … There was a reason Ole Miss hit .382 in a sweep of Arkansas, and it turns out that reason had a lot more

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Cullen Neal: The next big transfer

A few thoughts on transfer point guard Cullen Neal, who could be a very big addition to Ole Miss basketball. The Rebels are trying to replace Stefan Moody, the SEC’s leading scorer. Neal isn’t going to replace Moody’s scoring, but

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Rebels, Golden Eagles in Game 2 of series tonight

Now Southern Miss comes into tonight’s game having won nine of the last 10 in the series. Ole Miss hasn’t swept the series since 2010 when it won the neutral site game 11-6 in late March then won the second

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McDonald talks Bramlett, Bortles

I visited with a high school friend and former Denham Springs football teammate this week, Ben McDonald. Actually, Ben may be better known for an All-American baseball career at LSU where he became a part of the gold-medal winning 1988

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Rebels Rise

Ole Miss is back at No. 13 in the latest release of the D1Baseball.com Top 25 rankings. The Rebels dropped from 13 to 18 after MSU but climbed back five spots after the sweep of Arkansas. Here you go.

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Weekend Review: Rebels solid in sweep of Arkansas

Sweeps don’t come without effort and solid play. They often don’t come without drama, and while three wins for Ole Miss against Arkansas didn’t have drama from start to finish, it did for key moments. Like Saturday night when the

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