Monthly Archives: July 2015

Tunsil Update

The Daily Journal has confirmed that domestic violence charges against Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather are likely to be dropped. There has been no immediate response from Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze. Tunsil had a court appearance scheduled for Monday, but

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Kennedy waiting on legal process as Moody, Escobar mend

Ole Miss basketball coach Andy Kennedy says he’ll let the legal process play out before deciding on a next course of action for his best player. Senior guard Stefan Moody, the leading returning scorer in the SEC, was arrested for

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SEC’s season of change

There’s big change in the SEC at two key positions this season, one on the field and one on coaching staffs. More than half the teams in the conference have quarterback battles going on. More importantly, there are eight new

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … Earlier this week we focused on Hugh Freeze and his comments that if the Rebels get a “little better” in some areas and stay healthy, if they respond to coaching and make

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First Look: Fresno State Bulldogs

This is the second in a 12-part series that breaks down the Ole Miss Rebels’ football opponents in 2015. By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Fresno State football coach Tim DeRuyter wasn’t able to find a starting quarterback during the spring.

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First Look: UT-Martin Skyhawks

This is the first in a 12-part series that breaks down the Ole Miss Rebels’ football opponents in 2015. By John Davis, Oxford Citizen One of the most consistent programs in the Ohio Valley Conference over the last decade has

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Ole Miss No. 15 in coaches poll

Ole Miss will start the college football season at No. 15 in the Amway-USA Today coaches poll. The Rebels are the fourth SEC West team ranked, following No. 3 Alabama, No. 7 Auburn and No. 13 LSU. Ole Miss is

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The luxury of depth

I remember the first spring for Hugh Freeze and his staff. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack talked to us about depth or the Rebels’ woeful lack thereof. He said he felt like he had seven or eight SEC players. Not All-SEC

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … From Baton Rouge, the local DA says charges of unauthorized entry could soon be dropped against three LSU football players, one of them Anthony Jennings, last year’s starting quarterback. All this from

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Know Your Recruit: Allen (TX) DB Jaylon Jones

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Tom Westerberg has been coaching in the state of Texas at Allen High School for over a decade. His program has produced a number of D-1 prospects, including running back Jonathan Williams (Arkansas) and five-star

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The Jones commitment

From the Mother Ship, our account of the Jaylon Jones commitment. LINK

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Here is’s take on the Jaylon Jones announcement. Remember, Ohio State made a big push for Jones. … With the state of Texas prominent in Ole Miss recruiting news yesterday, a

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Safe at home? That’s the way its been most often in the Egg Bowl

It’s never too early to talk about the Egg Bowl is it? From the Mother Ship, a look at Mississippi’s SEC rivalry game and what an advantage it’s been to have that game at home. As is often the case

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