Monthly Archives: December 2014

Day After Observations

It’s the New Year’s Eve Edition. Just about an hour left in 2014 as I’ve gotten back from Atlanta and sit here watching the Orange Bowl postgame show and sifting through the ashes of the Rebels’ 42-3 loss to TCU … Leaving

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Final: TCU 42, Ole Miss 3

The worst bowl loss every for the Rebels, the worst loss of overall since the LSU game in November of 2011 after Houston Nutt’s firing had been announced. Bo Wallace ends his career tied with Eli Manning with 24 wins

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Video Blog: Engram, Nkemdiche diagnose 42-3 loss to TCU

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen ATLANTA — It was clear that the 42-3 loss the No. 9 Ole Miss Rebels suffered at the hands of the No. 6 TCU Horned Frogs was stunning. And disappointing. And any word that relates

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Halftime: TCU 28, Ole Miss 0

The worst half of Ole Miss football under Hugh Freeze has concluded. Bo Wallace has thrown three picks. The last one would have bounced in his own end zone — He was falling backward near the end line when he

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Freeze and Patterson

The Peach Bowl folks have done an outstanding job of providing players and coaches all week. This morning we had an hour-plus with Hugh Freeze and Gary Patterson. Here are a couple of early questions from the Q-and-A:

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Peach Bowl Update

Getting settled in here as the head coaches prepare for a joint presser at 8:30 CT. In the meantime … TCU players were visibly irritated by SEC questions Monday, particularly one from the back of the room that began something

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Sights from today’s Georgia Dome practice

A few sights from today’s Georgia Dome practice. The first few periods were open for media view. Translation: Nothing was going on. I did have a nice visit with former Ole Miss running back Enrique Davis. He’s working in the

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Ole Miss defensive presser

From Ole Miss, defensive coordinator Dave Wommack, end C.J. Johnson and cornerback Senquez Golson talk about the challenge of defending the TCU offense and quarterback Trevone Boykin. Wommack compares the TCU offense to Texas A&M.

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TCU offensive presser

Today’s press conferences have been the TCU offensive players and staff and the Ole Miss defensive players and staff. There’s been a lot of talk about what a Peach Bowl win would mean from the Ole Miss perspective. It would

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Video Blog: Rebels, Horned Frogs learn more about MLK

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen ATLANTA — Football and fun merged with learning Sunday evening for the Ole Miss Rebels and TCU Horned Frogs.

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Adeboyejo embraces challenge of his new role

If you’re looking for a different receiver to make a big impact Quincy Adeboyejo seems the logical choice. Clearly Hugh Freeze and Dan Werner will continue to target Evan Engram. TCU defensive coordinator Dick Bumpas compared Engram to a wide

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Werner talks receivers, Rod Taylor, TCU defense

TCU defensive coordinator Dick Bumpas had a lot of praise for Ole Miss receivers earlier today. When Dan Werner had his turn at the podium he talked about the need for someone to step up with Laquon Treadwell and Vince

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TCU defensive players aware of big-play potential for Ole Miss

From this morning’s presser, TCU players know Ole Miss produced a lot of big plays in its Egg Bowl win over Mississippi State. That’s not a concern, they say, since they play in the Big 12 and see opposing offenses

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