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Phil Steele’s preseason All-SEC

Phil Steele released his preseason All-SEC football teams Tuesday. He picks four teams, and there was plenty of Ole Miss sprinkled throughout. The only first-team selection was Denzel Nkemdiche at linebacker, but the biggest buzz was reserved a third-team end,

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Mayers takes on the Cats

Mike Mayers was the only Ole Miss pitcher to beat Kentucky this season, and he’ll get a shot to do it again tomorrow. The junior right-hander was announced as the Rebels’ starter earlier this evening. Mayers is 4-5 with a

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Ole Miss 11, LSU 9

If you’ve been following along on the blog you may have seen me hammer on the Ole Miss bullpen of late. Well, the Rebels can thank their bullpen for helping them not get swept in Baton Rouge. Just following along

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Help from different directions

When an offense is struggling its takes contributions from a number of different areas to make the wheels turn. That’s what happened for Ole Miss at Tennessee. Will Jamison and Sikes Orvis were huge in Saturday’s 6-4 win, both with

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … An interesting read here from an Atlanta Journal-Constitution blog the response of Georgia fans through email to Hugh Freeze’s request to “bring it on” if you know of recruiting improprieties within his

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Game Promos

The Feed Moncrief guys — also known as King Kobraz — are back and appearing with Marshall Henderson in these spots posted by the Ole Miss video folks to promote today’s game. The Rebels and Razorbacks tip at 12:30, and

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 80-67 win over Rutgers … While the Rebels won their first five games by dominant scores, they also went through stretches of lethargic play more than once. That happens. Few teams are going to

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MCB and Ole Miss: It’s complicated

This from Brad Locke who spoke with Music City Bowl president Scott Ramsey earlier today: Q: What specifically are you looking at this week: I’m specifically looking at who the Gator Bowl’s going to select to be honest with you.

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Bright future for defense if pieces fall into place

Hey, it’s never too soon to start talking about next year, is it? The Ole Miss defense has developed into a pretty solid unit against the run. The Rebels’ defense could look a lot different — in a good sort

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Up Next: Arkansas

After a little time away, the Rebels return to practice today and turn their attention to Arkansas. It will be interesting to see what new wrinkles might appear in the Ole Miss offense after an open date. The Rebels won’t

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Question(s) of the Day

Hugh Freeze doesn’t talk about a possible bowl game to his players, but that doesn’t mean others aren’t talking about what would be a major accomplishment for the Rebels in their first season under Freeze. At 4-3 overall, 1-2 in

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Staying Focused

That will be the theme of this open week for Ole Miss. One of the themes. Another will be to rest and regain some health heading into the last five games of the season. But as hopes bubble for a

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Game Day: Keys to Victory

If the Rebels are to get a win against the Aggies tonight, here’s how it will happen. 1. Controlled Rush There has to be rush on Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, and the Rebels have not been able to pressure

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