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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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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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Spring Football: What we’ve learned

So, the Rebels begin their last week of spring drills this week, and what have we learned? Not a whole lot, but we’ll walk through some things here. Spring football is a little more open for media viewing than the regular

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Some take-aways from pro day at Ole Miss

Some take-aways from Ole Miss pro day … Trae Elston upset about not getting an invite to the combine or any of the made-for-NFL all-star events. You could pick up that vibe from Elston on social media before pro day.

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Nkemdiche talks Pro Day

Robert Nkemdiche talks about his Pro Day and how he’s answering questions about his character. He also talks about fielding questions about his relationship with his brother, Denzel, and a plan that calls for a little separation between the brothers

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Treadwell talks about his Pro Day

Laquon Treadwell says speed isn’t necessarily overrated in the draft evaluation process, but he’s confident in the many other ways he wins against defensive backs.

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What increased ‘pace of play’ meant for hoops this season

Late last spring the NCAA announced a rules change and renewed focus for game officials to improve what it called “pace of play.” In essence, changes were made to bring about what the NCAA hoped would be a greater advantage

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Rebels complete Grambling sweep

Weekend rains forced Ole Miss and Grambling to play a miniature doubleheader with two seven-inning games, but they got in all three games for the weekend and all three were wins. Starting pitching was erratic, but bullpen work from Brady

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The Natural

Getting on the road to Nashville in a bit. I’ll have some basketball video and notes from the presser in the afternoon. In the meantime, here’s our Jeremy Liggins piece from The Mother Ship. Liggins is hopeful he’s found at

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Liggins eager to contribute on offensive line

Jeremy Liggins feels more comfortable on the offensive line now than he did when he experimented at the position last spring. With key players out, he’s getting a lot of work at both tackle positions and sees this move as

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DB Myles Hartsfield, an early enroll guy, turning heads for Ole Miss

Hugh Freeze raved about early enrollee Myles Hartsfield on Signing Day. That hasn’t changed with spring drills, and safeties coach Corey Batoon has also had high praise for Hartsfield. That’s good news since Batoon has two openings on the back

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Freeze talks QBs, OL and more

Ole Miss was in pads for only the second time this spring today. Early in drills things usually trend toward the defense. That’s especially true right now with so many key components in what will be next year’s starting OL

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Looking ahead to SEC tournament and the Tide

Some SEC teleconference highlights leading into Nashville … Alabama is a 10 seed going against 7 seed Ole Miss, but first-year Crimson Tide coach Avery Johnson believes his team can play its way into the NCAAs. “I think the way

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