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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 72-71 win over Florida … Ole Miss has been such an erratic home team this season that I didn’t have much confidence that it was about to make the crucial plays down the stretch

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Senior Bowl Day 2

Wrapping up Day 2 at the Senior Bowl. It looked like good days for Cody Prewitt and Senquez Golson. I’ll let them tell their stories below. Golson was beaten a time or two but also made some nice plays. Jacksonville

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Golson gives a firm ‘no’ to Ole Miss baseball this spring

Although he could see the writing on the wall as his NFL interest climbed Senquez Golson had not officially ruled out playing baseball at Ole Miss this spring. Now he has. An All-American cornerback at Ole Miss this football season,

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Prewitt wants to prove his speed and more to NFL scouts, execs

Cody Prewitt has one main goal for Senior Bowl week, and that’s to show that he’s more than a free safety. Prewitt also wants to answer questions about his speed. He told me last night he considers his speed an

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Senior Bowl Update

Technical difficulties kept this Senior Bowl notebook from getting posted last night. It was a good day for Ole Miss DBs Cody Prewitt and Senquez Golson. Prewitt had at least one interception as I moved around and watched different players.

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Georgia’s Fox impressed with Ole Miss guard Stefan Moody

Georgia coach Mark Fox has been really impressed with Ole Miss junior college transfer shooting guard Stefan Moody. The Rebels play Tuesday night at 6 against Georgia. “He really is a special player. He’s shot the 3 at an extreme

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Batoon eager to get started in all phases of new position

When I spoke with new assistant football coach Corey Batoon Wednesday afternoon he was on his way to Memphis to fly out and visit with recruits and coaches. He’s been actively engaged in the recruiting process for three seasons at

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Ole Miss Defense by the numbers

Ole Miss led the nation in scoring defense at 16.0 points per game allowed. The Rebels gave up 208 total points on the season. Eighty-nine of those points came in the last three games. Ole Miss was giving up just

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The Ole Miss Defense

SaturdayDownSouth.com takes an interesting look at 2014 SEC defenses and how they ranked in points per possession. The 2014 Ole Miss defense will be remembered for leading the nation in points per game allowed — scoring defense — which is

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Saiz talks LSU

When two fairly evenly matched teams meet it helps to be the toughest. That’s what Sebastian Saiz says Ole Miss must be tomorrow night when LSU visits. Both teams are 1-1 after the first week of SEC play, and both

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Henderson in Qatar

There is a sweet older lady at my church who routinely asks me for Marshall Henderson updates. I don’t usually have anything new to report. Now I do. Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy was asked about Henderson the SEC teleconference

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Rebels in AP Top 25

Ole Miss is No. 17 in the final AP Top 25. That’s a drop of eight spots following the 42-3 Peach Bowl loss to TCU. The Horned Frogs are No. 3. There had been talk of Ole Miss players of

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Football 2014: The Big Picture

With the dust having settled on football season, at least for the two local SEC teams, Daily Journal sports editor John Pitts asked his beat writers to answer the question: 2014 – success, failure or in between? From the Mother

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