Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning. …

The competition level increases for Ole Miss this week against a UTEP team that pushed No. 4 Oklahoma for more than three quarters in the season opener. UTEP running back Nathan Jeffery rushed for 177 yards against the Sooners and on Monday was named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week. UTEP back

In spite of the difficult loss against Oklahoma, UTEP coach Mike Price says his team is upbeat for its road trip to Ole Miss. Miners positive

Sometimes injuries change the course of a football season. While Virginia Tech and Georgia played to an exciting finish Monday night in the Hokies’ win, news came out of Florida State earlier in the day that was not good for the ACC’s best hope to stir things up in the national picture. FSU end done for season

Speaking of the battle of the Tech’s in the ACC, it went this way … Hokies survive

From Baton Rouge, Tyrann Mathieu, the Honey Badger, will re-enroll at LSU for this semester, but his football future remains unclear. His family cites progress in his drug treatment and says he wants to focus on academics. Honey Badger

From Lexington, columnist Mark Story writes that Kentucky coach Joker Phillips is in a similar situation to his predecessor Rich Brooks at the same point in Brooks’ career. Things worked out well for Brooks. Phillips troubles

 

 

 

Denham Springs, La., native, Mississippian since 1989 with a stop in Meridian before arriving in Tupelo. Daily Journal beat writer since 1996, covering Ole Miss since 2002. Proud Northeast Louisiana alum. Follow me on Twitter @parrishalford and listen to John Davis and myself daily with The Ole Miss Beat on Rebel Sports Radio.

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  • Hi PA, just checking in to see how this new site works. Larry

  • Bnogas

    Good morning PA..Congrats on the Blog..Really enjoy reading your comments..

  • How miserable is it to be an Ole Miss fan living in Tuscaloosa???? Much less than an Ole Miss fan living in Baton Rouge. I’ve done both. Bama is bad to the bone. When will this ever change as long as Coach Sabear is roaming the sidelines???

  • Parrish Alford

    Guys, thanks for checking in and making the transition with us. I’m glad to be back with WordPress. It’s a major upgrade. I’m still learning my way around and will be working out the bugs for a while. Let us know if you have questions about anything. Matt, it looks like you need to settle in and get comfortable with the idea that it’s going to be Bama’s world for a while.

  • PA, I disliked the change from WP to integrated inside djournal, but learned to love it as I scrolled through the other blog titles on the page. I am going to miss having that feature, but I think I will enjoy the site dedicated to Ole Miss. Keep at it, you are doing a great job. Hopefully we will all learn as we go and make the site that much better.

  • Thanks Adam, good to see you here and thanks for giving us ideas to make it better. We’ll be making some changes as we go. You will get back the blog page soon. Thanks again.

    Todd Vinyard
    Online Editor

  • Parrish Alford

    Thanks Adam, good to see you here.


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