Monthly Archives: October 2014

The difference between hurt and injured

The Rebels are banged up going into the Auburn game, no secret there. Hugh Freeze has talked about the importance of pain tolerance for many of his players this week. Tight end Evan Engram says the “day to day” list

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Opponent Q-and-A

Special thanks to Ryan Black of the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer … Q: A lot has been made about the absence of H-back Jay Prosch this season. How has that affected Auburn’s run game? A: Funny you bring that up: It’s

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … Agree or disagree: LSU is to Ole Miss what Alabama is to LSU. … This is interesting: By the way, the committee doesn't use schedule strength rankings. SOS is open to interpretation

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Talking SEC Football

Coming up at noon.

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Remembering Mullins

Brad Gaines doesn’t believe in irony. He believes he’s been called to continue a relationship with Chucky Mullins that includes caring for Mullins’ grave. Great stuff here from John Davis and DJ photographer Thomas Wells. Gaines and Mullins

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Volume Vulnerability

The key to playing in a large and hostile environment is early success. After the Rebels survived an LSU drive with an end zone fumble recovery I thought the Rebels were about to have some of that early success much

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Predictions Anyone?

There’s been a lot of talk this week about injuries. The Rebels have managed to avoid major in-season injuries most of this year. They were hurt in the off-season with the losses of Chief Brown, Tee Shepard and Carlos Davis.

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Video Blog: Luke talks offensive line, Auburn challenge

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Matt Luke, Ole Miss offensive line coach, has told his players to forget the 10-7 loss to LSU. 

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … Ole Miss, at 7-1, ranks No. 4 in the eyes of the new college football playoff selection committee. From, here’s where the Rebels would rank in the old BCS formula. …

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Golson has high praise for young wide receivers and their scout team work

When you watch the athletic plays by Cody Core this season its impressive to think how far the Ole Miss receivers have come as a group. Core, an Auburn, Ala., native getting ready to play his hometown team, was largely

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Looking for answers

There are a number of factors in Bo Wallace’s suddenly sinking completion percentage. One of those is production on first down. Wallace believes the answer is to abandon the conservative play-calling that Hugh Freeze has admittedly employed alongside what has

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … The first rankings of the college football playoff selection committee are out. Auburn AD Jay Jacobs is a proponent of the new system: No @CFBPlayoff in '04. @AuburnTigers went 13-0 but didn’t

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Injury Update

The “day to day” guys were all at practice today with the exception of center Ben Still. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze rattled off a list of banged up players that he judged as “day to day” on Monday. Offensive

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