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Hangover, yes, but not in an emotional way

Reserve defensive lineman John Youngblood had a good answer to the hangover question last night. Tuesday was the first day of work for Ole Miss since the Alabama game. Sunday is about the truth, Hugh Freeze says, but it’s not

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Golson confident in teammates, eager for A&M challenge

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze threw out a lot of names, some involving position moves, to replace strong safety Trae Elston in the first half against Texas A&M. Cornerback Senquez Golson, who’s interception sealed the Rebels’ win against Alabama, believes

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10-6, Rapid Reaction

John Davis and myself break down the Hugh Freeze press conference:

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Wallace from Monday presser

Here’s Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace from today’s presser:

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Bjork: Ole Miss fans should have mentality that ‘we’re done’ with storming field

Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork said about $9,000 had been donated at RebelGiving.com to be used toward the $50,000 fine for storming the field after the Alabama game. The SEC levied the fine against Ole Miss on Sunday in

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Rebels’ new ‘spirit’

After the Alabama game defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche talked about the new “spirit” around the Ole Miss team, saying the Rebels believe they will win big games now. He also said the defense was a little unfocused after the Rebels

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GameDay Crew talks Ole Miss, Grove, the show and more

Good stuff here from a media opp with the GameDay crew sans Lee Corso. We were told Corso was a little under the weather and wanted to save his voice. Desmond Howard talks about being at Ole Miss, why GameDay

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Kennedy, Rebels begin practice this afternoon

The Ole Miss men’s basketball team will begin practice for the 2014-2015 season today at 2. It’s a little bit anti-climactic given the relaxed restrictions by the NCAA which allow for a little more time for coaches to observe players

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Rebels hope run game improvement carries over to Alabama

Listen around to any of the analysis on this Ole Miss-Alabama game, and much of it centers on the Rebels’ ability to run the football. You hear it so much it sounds cliche, but you have to run the ball

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The effect of absence

The solitude of suspension gave Denzel Nkemdiche time to think. He concluded that the football career he had was worth salvaging and doing so would require a change in attitude. The older Nkemdiche talks about his suspension and how he

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 24-3 win over Memphis … While Memphis is an improved team it’s simply hard to take much confidence from last night’s win into this week’s daunting task against No. 3 Alabama. That’s mainly because

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Ole Miss coordinators talk open date, Memphis game

Offensive coordinator Dan Werner calls the Memphis defense “scary” with the amount of pressure the Tigers bring and how they disguise it. Werner says he’s glad to have had the extra week to help prepare for Memphis. Defensive coordinator Dave

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Wommack pleased with pass rush in spite of sack numbers

The Ole Miss defense was intent on increasing its pass rush this year, and that’s not showing up in its sack numbers through three games. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack believes the pass rush is better in spite of the statistics.

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