Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Ole Miss players report today. It’s an old term that implies travel to Oxford as though players haven’t been there all summer going through voluntary (That’s what they call them) workouts. Football

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On the eve of camp, Six Ole Miss Players to Watch

These are guys with interesting story lines as camp begins. They are presented in random order. Five more coming tomorrow: CJ Hampton: Three outlets listed him among the country’s top 10 safeties coming out of Meridian High School after the

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Auburn’s national championship video board is operational. As reported, it’s big. The number I’d like to see is square footage devoted to ads relative to content. … Good video here as Tee

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Better work ethic, attitude key to Vandy’s turnaround

This is the fourth in a 12-part series that breaks down the Ole Miss Rebels’ football opponents in 2015. By John Davis, Oxford Citizen A better attitude that revolved around focus and hard work were the things Spencer Pulley felt like

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First Look: Alabama Crimson Tide

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen This is the third in a 12-part series that breaks down the Ole Miss Rebels’ football opponents in 2015. Alabama running back Kenyan Drake didn’t enjoy his trip to Oxford last season. Outside of the

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Tunsil Update

Update 1:11 p.m. Charges against Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather, Lindsey Miller, have been dismissed. The orders have been signed by Judge Johnny Wayne McLarty. While the dismissal of charges is good news for Tunsil the NCAA component of this

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TJ Beam Interview

Catching up with former Ole Miss pitcher TJ Beam. Warning. There are some background audio issues that weren’t evident when we were doing the interview.

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The FCS Game

Big 10 commissioner Jim Delaney last week announced his league will eliminate football games against FCS (the former I-AA) opponents. Is that a good thing? Tony Barnhart writes about it here. Ole Miss opens with an FCS foe, Tennessee-Martin, then

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … Good read here from SI’s Pete Thamel who says the SEC’s claim as the best football conference in the country is quite vulnerable, and the title could be passed to the PAC-12.

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Georgia LB commits to Ole Miss

Lawrenceville, Ga., linebacker Donta Evans has committed to Ole Miss according to multiple reports. Evans told Scout.com he actually committed right at the end of SEC Media Days (July 16) but has kept his decision private. Evans (6-1, 222) is

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Tunsil Update

The Daily Journal has confirmed that domestic violence charges against Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather are likely to be dropped. There has been no immediate response from Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze. Tunsil had a court appearance scheduled for Monday, but

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Kennedy waiting on legal process as Moody, Escobar mend

Ole Miss basketball coach Andy Kennedy says he’ll let the legal process play out before deciding on a next course of action for his best player. Senior guard Stefan Moody, the leading returning scorer in the SEC, was arrested for

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SEC’s season of change

There’s big change in the SEC at two key positions this season, one on the field and one on coaching staffs. More than half the teams in the conference have quarterback battles going on. More importantly, there are eight new

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