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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

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Running Backs competition

I don’t think I’ve written or spoken about the running backs this month as much as I have other positions. That’s the price you pay when your position group is solid. I like the experience, talent and depth at this

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A unified path to success

Transfer defensive end Fadol Brown says togetherness among the defensive line is an attribute that will help the group achieve its potential this season. After sitting out last season Brown, who played as a freshman at Florida International, left spring

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8-11, Breaking Down the Audio

A few take-aways from Hugh Freeze’s post-practice presser … Freeze continue to stress his team’s depth, though that depth has been stressed with the off-season loss of Chief Brown, and the potential loss of T.J. Shepard. A final word on

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8-11 Practice Notes

What we saw in six viewing periods today. … – Tee Shepard’s absence. That’s something, unfortunately, that Ole Miss fans may need to get used to. Hugh Freeze talks about that more in the video which will be posted shortly.

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The Week Ahead

Hugh Freeze gave the Rebels the day off yesterday, their first off day of camp. They’ll be back on the fields in about an hour. There will be several media viewing periods and interview to follow. Tomorrow’s practice is closed.

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Dominant Defense

From the Mother Ship, our take on Saturday’s Ole Miss practice at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Nkemdiche stands out

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Special teams notes

The Rebels are off today and will practice again tomorrow with several periods open for media viewing. A few special teams notes from Saturday’s practice … There appears to be no leader in the punting competition between Australian-born redshirt freshman

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8-9, Breaking Down the Audio

There’s a lot of buzz around this Ole Miss defense, the most talented and experienced unit the Rebels have field in Hugh Freeze’s brief tenure. After today’s workout Freeze was more disappointed in his offensive line than he was excited

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Competition at center

We visited with junior center Ben Still yesterday. I’ve written about Quincy Adeboyejo as the “wild card” at wide receiver that could help that unit go from OK to very good. Same thing applies to Ben Still and the offensive

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More athletic on defense

Getting longer, leaner and quicker on defense was part of the recruiting plan for Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze, and that shows up in several players. One of them is freshman end Marquis Haynes who was getting a lot of

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Breaking down the audio

This is the first of several two-a-days for Ole Miss, and the Rebels will be back on the field this evening. After breaking down the Hugh Freeze audio from this morning’s practice … The Race for No. 2: Freeze was

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8-6 Practice Notes

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze made available three extra viewing periods today which included team drills. From the team work we learned some things, and the video adds a little more detail. Here’s what we learned: – Bo Wallace was accurate

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