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Patterson says pressure is off

Shreveport, La., quarterback Shea Patterson says he’s feeling a lot less football stress these days now that he’s committed. He’s also enjoying his role of recruiter and trying to convince other big-name prospects to commit to Ole Miss as well.

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7-2, Randy Rosetta Interview

Trying to generate some non-Laremy Tunsil news this morning as we visit with Nola.com/Times Picayune LSU beat writer Randy Rosetta. Talking SEC football right here at 9 a.m., give or take. Come join us.

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The NCAA and agents

Here’s what the NCAA had to say late last fall to its football players regarding their eligibility and contact with agents and professional teams. The five points below were highlighted information in a lengthy memo dated Nov. 28, 2014 and

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Tunsil update, allegations of agents made by stepfather

The Laremy Tunsil story has taken a new twist, one that involves the allegation that Tunsil, projected to go within the first five picks in next year’s NFL draft, has met with agents. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze in a

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Tunsil’s step-dad turns himself in, court date set

By John Davis Lindsey Miller, the step father to Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, is now awaiting his day in court to deal with charges filed by Tunsil and his mother. Miller, 53, was taken into custody by Micah

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Kennedy gives encouraging health update on Stefan Moody

While Laremy Tunsil is “one of” the players Ole Miss football has to have to reach its potential, Stefan Moody is “the” player Ole Miss basketball has to have for 2015-2016 to do the same thing. As a first-year junior

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Moving forward and what’s next for Laremy Tunsil

I almost made it to the end of vacation without a law-and-order story popping up, but not quite. I got back in town late in the week and began to hear rumors of Laremy Tunsil and some kind of family

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Tunsil turns himself in

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze has confirmed that offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil has turned himself in and has been arrested on a charge of misdemeanor domestic violence-simple assault. ESPN cited a source in reporting that Tunsil, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound junior from Lake

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Brewer’s Porch

Hey guys, just checking in to say I won’t be checking in for the week ahead. I’ll be on vacation for the first of three weeks. Our Billy Brewer package appeared in today’s Daily Journal. It was fun sitting and

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Checking in on Friday morning

I was out of pocket yesterday and when jumping back on the grid was thrilled to see the first two start times for Ole Miss football — 11 .am. for Tennessee (the Martin branch) and 2:30 for Fresno State. I

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Talking SEC Football

With Brandon Zimmerman, Associate News Editor for The SEC Network. Getting started at 9:30. Come join us.

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Backup tight end Sammie Epps dismissed

Update 9:47 a.m. Ole Miss has confirmed the dismissal of Sammie Epps in a text message that says Epps violated team rules. It will be interesting to see how this affects Jeremy Liggins, if they will stay full-go with Liggins

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Football Flashback

There have been two Super Bowl MVP performances, lots of big plays and lots of wins, but Eli Manning’s NFL life began more than 11 years ago. I covered Eli’s draft in 2004, one in which he made more news

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