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Alabama 48, Ole Miss 43: Freeze likes the effort, not the mistakes

By Parrish Alford Daily Journal OXFORD – The first SEC game at renovated Vaught-Hemingway Stadium had an unfortunate Orlando feel about it. Mistakes at critical times helped fuel a comeback for No. 1 Alabama, and the Crimson Tide held on

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Video Blog: Kelly talks latest practice, looks ahead to scrimmage

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss is set to have another scrimmage on Sunday. Quarterback Chad Kelly said he wants to lead his team to touchdowns. 

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Freeze, Rebels comfort children who lost family in plane crash

By John Davis, Sports Editor Hugh Freeze is more than just the head football coach of the Ole Miss Rebels. He is also a father to three children and he understands what the children of the three families who lost parents

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Video Blog: OM’s Freeze talks start of summer drills

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Ole Miss opened up football camp leading up to the season opener with Florida State. Hugh Freeze talked about his early impressions, and took questions on a number of things.

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Report: Ankle sprain shelves Nkemdiche, an NBC enterprise, has posted that former Ole Miss star Robert Nkemdiche will miss roughly two weeks of the Arizona Cardinals’ camp while recovering from a high angle sprain. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians made the announcement to the media

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Ole Miss athletics news, information heads to new location

The Daily Journal’s Parrish Alford and John Davis continue to bring you the latest Ole Miss athletics news and information on the Daily Journal’s main website.

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Athlon puts Ole Miss No. 3 in the West

It’s preseason magazine time, and Athlon has high opinions of Ole Miss this season – depending on how you look at it. Athlon projects the Rebels No. 10 nationally, but No. 3 in the SEC West behind Alabama, which it

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Football moving forward

With everyone having a chance now to process the notice of allegations and the Ole Miss response the biggest immediate question for most folks is what happens moving forward? These allegations are water under the bridge now. Under many bridges

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Miami Herald Tunsil story

A good read here from the Miami Herald as the newspaper takes a long look at the Dolphins first-round pick. LINK  

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Ole Miss picks up DE commit

Baton Rouge, La., defensive end Bryan Jones committed to Ole Miss Sunday night, making the announcement on social media. A member of the 2017 class, Jones (6-5, 240) plays at Madison Prep Academy and is rated a four-star recruit on the

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Attorney: Tunsil could recover draft night losses and a lot more

It’s been reported that the Miami Dolphins believe they know who hacked into Laremy Tunsil’s social media accounts on draft night. While attention was initially placed on the stepfather who filed suit against Tunsil the day before the draft, later

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Weekend Review

Oh where to begin? We’ll eventually get to baseball. It was a great weekend for the Rebels, a much-needed series win over LSU. Ole Miss now finally has won a series against an SEC West team with whom it is

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Comments from Rashan Gary’s mother

I’ve not visited before. I’m familiar with the name from having seen in forwarded through social media. ChatSports is headquartered in San Francisco according to its Twitter feed. Much of its site includes content posted from other media/internet sources.

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