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Johnson: Rebels were three plays from playoff in 2014

While lots of experienced talent returns for the Ole Miss defense there are a couple of key areas to address this spring, and coaches are doing that by moving around a couple of veterans: CJ Johnson from end to linebacker

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Johnson talks LB move

Ole Miss defensive end C.J. Johnson was a linebacker when he was one of the nation’s top recruits in 2011. He will end his college career back in the middle of the field if this spring experiment works out. Hugh

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 82-74 win at Alabama … The great philosopher Meat Loaf once sang to us that “two out of three ain’t bad.” I concur. And when Ole Miss gets two out of three knocking down

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Final: Ole Miss 82, Alabama 74

I am not a bracketologist and did not stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, but you don’t have to have all that to know this was a huge win for Ole Miss. Some have speculated that 11 SEC

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SEC Media Days schedule set

This from the SEC office earlier today. Looks like Hugh Freeze will get the last word at Media Days: 2015 SEC FOOTBALL MEDIA DAYS SCHEDULE MONDAY, July 13 SEC Commissioner Auburn – Gus Malzahn Florida – Jim McElwain Vanderbilt –

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Ole Miss at Alabama

Advance: No easy fix to shooting woes Anthony Grant: Alabama signee worries about coach’s future When: 6 p.m. TV: SEC Network Satellite Radio: XM 190. Sirius 136. Series: Alabama leads 118-55. Last Meeting: Ole Miss won 79-67 Feb. 26, 2014.

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Walnut’s Linton eager for step up to college football

From the Mother Ship, I visited with Ole Miss signee Armani Linton early last week before the snow set in. He’s a neat story, a small school guy who had to work a little harder to get noticed than some

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Five Story Lines for Spring

Laquon Treadwell

Five story lines as Ole Miss begins spring football practice tomorrow … 1. Chad Kelly: If the troubled quarterback settles down and wins the job he could be the missing piece for an offense with talented receivers and promising running

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 73-63 loss at LSU … I’ve seen Ole Miss on the NCAA tournament bubble many times, but I’d rarely seen them so solidly in – according to the leading bracketologists – in late February

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Spring Position Battles: Cornerbacks

Ole Miss must replace a major contributor in Senquez Golson but could be poised to do so with near-equal production. I say near because it’s a stretch to predict 10 interceptions for one player. Golson got on a roll last

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Rebels at UCF this weekend

One way to combat snow and ice is to leave town. That’s what Ole Miss baseball is doing this weekend as it heads to Orlando for three games against Central Florida. Ole Miss swept UCF in Oxford last year but

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Spring Position Battles: Offensive Line

If there’s one position on either side of the ball that Ole Miss needs to improve it’s the offensive line. The Rebels were 10th in the SEC last year (73rd nationally) in rushing yards, 12th in sacks allowed (85th nationally).

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Day After Observations

I didn’t make the game last night, but it was a huge opportunity lost for Ole Miss. I was awakened this morning when my phone went off with this message from a very confident LSU friend: @oxfordcitizenjd @JohnLPitts @parrishalford Tigers absolutely

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