Spanning the globe on a Monday morning …
If you are truly known by the company you keep one might question the loyalties of former Ole Miss quarterback Romaro Miller.
Just kidding of course. I cover MSU for six years, and Wayne Madkin was one of my favorite people to cover during that time. And anyone who has kept up with Romaro Miller after his playing career would not question his loyalty to Ole Miss.
LSU is next up for the Rebels, and Les Miles took exception to a question by a reporter following the Tigers’ 17-6 win over Florida and went off with a hammer and nail analogy.
Speaking of the Tigers, looks like they got it going on defense against the Gators. They had been struggling a bit on that side of the ball.
In other news …
We may learn more about the status of Serderius Bryant and other injured defensive players today as it relates to their availability for the LSU games.
Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion-Ledger exchanged texts with Hugh Freeze Sunday and the response regarding Bryant did not address his immediate status but was positive news.
From the Houston Chronicle, here’s Brent Zwerneman’s account of the Ole Miss-Texas A&M game. More from NFL.com here with a look at the NFL prospects in the game. The only Ole Miss player mentioned here is Donte Moncrief.
November Ole Miss opponents Arkansas and Missouri both had key players sustain injuries that will likely keep them off the field at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
That’s definitely true for Arkansas defensive tackle Robert Thomas who broke a bone in his leg in the Razorbacks’ loss to South Carolina. The future is less certain for Missouri quarterback James Franklin suffered a separated shoulder in the Tigers’ win at Georgia. If he’s out only for six weeks — it could be longer — the Nov. 23 game at Ole Miss would be exactly six weeks from Saturday.