Monthly Archives: September 2013

Freeze on Tyler Siskey

Here’s the text of Hugh Freeze’s answers to two questions on Alabama staffer Tyler Siskey, who was a part of Freeze’s staff at Ole Miss last year. “I don’t know where he typically is. Certainly, I’ll say that Alabama had

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Monday Press Conference

Highlights from Hugh Freeze’s regular press conference … The first question involved Alabama administrative coach Tyler Siskey. Freeze credited Alabama’s plan, called Tyler Siskey a “good man,” and says he doesn’t believe a rule was violated. Will not contact SEC

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Rebels and the power run game

Ole Miss went into the Alabama game fourth in the SEC and 22nd in the nation with a 51.2 percent success rate on third downs and went 4-for-14 on third downs against the Tide. The Rebels were 3-for-7 on third

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SEC Power Rankings

Week 6 Alabama strengthened its hold on No. 1 with its 25-0 shutout of Ole Miss. Georgia got back in the national championship picture by beating LSU. Ole Miss drops a spot, and Arkansas — by virtue of almost beating

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Monday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Monday morning … It was said by some after Ed Orgeron was fired at Ole Miss that he would get his shot again. Well, here it is, sort of. Ed was named interim coach at

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Rebels remain ranked by AP, Auburn kick set

A few items … The Rebels dropped out of the USA Today coaches poll following their 25-0 loss at No. 1 Alabama. They dropped three spots but remain ranked at No. 24 in the AP top 25. Here’s video of

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Day After Observations

Notes and thoughts from the Rebels’ 25-0 loss to Alabama … Hugh Freeze called this a measuring stick game, and the measure says the Rebels might not be as far along the “journey” as some had hoped. Like Bo Wallace,

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Final: Alabama 25, Ole Miss 0

First time the Rebels have been shut out since losing 34-0 to Arkansas in Houston Nutt’s first year as coach there. I was all over that stat, because I had several opportunities to research in 2011 in Nutt’s last year

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Halftime: Alabama 9, Ole Miss 0

The wide receivers are performing well as expected, but their contributions will be limited as long as the Rebels get nothing in the run game, and that’s about where they are with 7 net rushing yards on 11 carries. Donte

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Settling in at Bryant-Denny Stadium

It is a gorgeous day for football and a big opportunity for Ole Miss to measure its journey progress against the team Hugh Freeze has repeatedly called the “gold standard” of college football. Advance Last year the Rebels played well

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Game Day: Ole Miss at Alabama

Where: Bryant-Denny Stadium (101,821) Tuscaloosa Kickoff: 7 p.m. Television: ESPN Radio: Ole Miss Network; Sirius 112, XM 199 Records: Ole Miss 3-0, 1-0 SEC; Alabama 3-0, 1-0 SEC Series: Alabama lead 46-9-2 Coaches: Alabama – Nick Saban 170-13 eighth season

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Ole Miss, Alabama coverage re-cap

From the Mother Ship, what we’ve said about Ole Miss and Alabama this week … CFB: The Week Ahead Monday Presser: Comparing Rebels, Aggies Notebook: Healthier after the open date Ole Miss defense takes family approach Column: It will take

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Beat Writer Q-and-A

Special thanks to Tim Gayle, a jack of all trades with The Montgomery Advertiser. PA: What is the feeling around the Alabama program and with the fans? Do they believe this team is as dominant as it has appeared the

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