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Saturday Football Scrimmage

I am in Tuscaloosa awaiting the start of Game 2 in the baseball series with Alabama. David Collier of The Daily Mississippian helped us out with the football scrimmage .. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack expressed optimism last week in his

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Nkemdiche looks back, looks ahead

Robert Nkemdiche thought he could have played better as a freshman, but he’s excited about where he is for his sophomore season. As the nation’s No. 1 high school recruit Nkemdiche said he felt the bulls-eye on his back right

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Robert Nkemdiche looks back, looks ahead

Robert Nkemdiche thought he could have played better as a freshman, but he’s excited about where he is for his sophomore season. As the nation’s No. 1 high school recruit Nkemdiche said he felt the bulls-eye on his back right

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Freeze still unclear on where Liggins fits, weight will factor in

There has been a lot of excitement for the signing of former Lafayette quarterback Jeremy Liggins. Where Liggins’ college career goes from here may depend on his weight loss. Liggins is currently listed at 6-foot-3, 296. He’s shown some nimble

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Engram’s transition

It’s funny to watch Evan Engram’s response to the first question in the video. Watch the smile spread across his face. It was clear that Ole Miss needed help at tight end last season, but Engram, a three-star recruit from

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Jones embracing move to corner

Different coaches approach position changes in different ways. It’s a delicate topic for some players, sure, but coaches have a way of nuancing things to get guys in the certain spots they feel the players best help the team. Sometimes

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Freshmen Speak

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze lifted his ban on freshmen speaking today and Laremy Tunsil was among the first three rising sophomores to participate in media interviews. Here’s what he, Derrick Jones and Ryan Buchanan had to say. Tunsil Buchanan

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Rebels and the pass rush

It was last August, when there was a big question concern CJ Johnson’s ability to come back from a spring-time broken leg, that Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack called Johnson his best player. Later in the season Hugh Freeze

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Rebels freshman Bell making most of opportunity

Opportunity didn’t come for Brantley Bell as quickly this season as it did for some other members of Ole Miss’ class of baseball newcomers. When it did come Bell took full advantage. He now leads the team in hitting at

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Bjork expresses concern for football off-season, confidence in future

When Ole Miss football brothers Denzel and Robert Nkemdiche were named in a $2 million civil lawsuit in February, athletics director Ross Bjork and Rebels coach Hugh Freeze were quick to support them. The suit was filed on Feb. 14

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Bjork: Extension for Kennedy in the works

Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork says he’s met with basketball coach Andy Kennedy and with Kennedy’s representation, and plans are under way to extend Kennedy’s contract to the four-year maximum allowed by state law. Bjork did not offer specifics

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Freeze talks practice, Nkemdiche suspension

After the first day back on the practice field since spring break, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze addressed the beach video, a cursing tirade at what is believed to be fans from an opposing team, from linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche. Here’s

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SEC and the NCAA Tournament

As the NCAA Tournament gets under way with underwhelming SEC participation, Mr.SEC.com says he saw it coming. Only three teams are in the Dance — Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee — and Tennessee is in the play-in game. A year ago

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