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Ambassador Treadwell

Laquon Treadwell, the most available to media and therefore the most quoted of the Big 3 from the Class of 2013, says he would not change a thing about his Ole Miss career. Of course, he could have done without

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Laquon Treadwell comfortable, confident going into Egg Bowl

I thought Ole Miss missed an opportunity Saturday to honor members of the Class of 13 who aren’t expected to be around next year. Laremy Tunsil, Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche were all playing their final game at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

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Kelly talks Egg Bowl, All-SEC and more

Chad Kelly says he understands the intensity of the Egg Bowl. Maybe a little too much. He talks about that here as well as what sounds like his only fringe inclusion in All-SEC conversation and more.

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Rival game matches Top 25 teams

It’s a top 25 matchup for the Egg Bowl and will feature two confident teams. Ole Miss and MSU were both impressive over the weekend. Egg Bowl Week

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Some fun with numbers here looking ahead to the Egg Bowl. I’ve heard pessimists from both sides of the Ole Miss-MSU argument lament the issues of their team and express fear of

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Day After Observations, the late Saturday night edition

Notes and thoughts from Ole Miss’ 38-17 win over LSU … I knew we would not get through the Memphis postgame press conference without someone, it was Hugh Freeze, mentioning that the loss did not affect Ole Miss in the

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Five Take-Aways from Ole Miss’ 38-17 win over LSU

The Rebels did a number on Fournette: LSU needed Leonard Fournette to control the game, and that didn’t happen, though it started troubling enough when he rambled to the Ole Miss 30. The play was wiped out by a penalty,

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Game Day: LSU at Ole Miss

Randy Rosetta Interview Column: The Ole Miss-LSU game has lost some of the early-season build-up, but there’s a lot to play for on both sides. — No. 17 LSU at No. 25 Ole Miss Where: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (59,347) Kickoff: 2:30

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Slowing Fournette

As I mentioned in  the predictions post I like Ole Miss’ chances of slowing LSU running back Leonard Fournette. That’s easier said than done, of course, but the Rebels have a plan, and they talk about it here. Slowing Fournette

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Predictions Anyone?

I’m going with the Rebels in a close one this week. It’s not that I think they are the better team right now necessarily. I think the two teams are very close, and there are some matchups that favor Ole

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Big game ahead for Freeze, Miles

Baton Rouge Advocate columnist Scott Rabalais writes that LSU coach Les Miles will be coaching for his job against Ole Miss. As successful as Miles has been overall there are some high-profile losses, and it’s easy to document the Tigers’

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Class of 2012 has made big contributions to Ole Miss football

From the Mother Ship, a look at the importance of Hugh Freeze’s abbreviated recruiting class, the one signed on the quick while he hired staff after he himself being hired in December of 2011.   By Parrish Alford Daily Journal

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 82-72 win over Georgia Southern … The Rebels went into the regular season wanting to improve defensively from their exhibition showing against Clayton State. They’ve managed to do that in two games and held

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