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No stress for Bell who says Tunsil is fine and Ole Miss can advance a wet ball

In a game that can stress you out thank goodness for Justin Bell. The Ole Miss junior offensive lineman is almost always laid back when he meets with us. He assures me he takes the game seriously. I have no

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OL Update

Reaching back to some old lingo from the days of CB radio Hugh Freeze said on Monday that he and the staff were going to put the pedal down in terms of getting UCLA transfer Christian Morris ready to play,

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Morris’ health, Tunsil’s confidence

The Rebels are back on the practice field this morning, but practice is closed. Next visitation is after practice tomorrow. While Matt Luke has moved this player in and that player out and this player back again there have been

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Competition at center

We visited with junior center Ben Still yesterday. I’ve written about Quincy Adeboyejo as the “wild card” at wide receiver that could help that unit go from OK to very good. Same thing applies to Ben Still and the offensive

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The Real Countdown to Football

I was in Omaha when I saw the countdown to football on Twitter. I think the number was 69. I understand there’s excitement in counting down to the day of the first game, but the real start of football is

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Cooper and the OL

I see that the Ole Miss Spirit this morning is reporting that junior college signee Fahn Cooper will need the spring semester of juco to get his grades in order and will not participate in drills with the Rebels. If

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Monday Press Conference Notebook

Hugh Freeze was taking care of some personal business today, and Matt Luke, assistant head coach, filled in. – “Being bowl eligible two years in a row was part of our goals. We’re not satisfied but very excited about that.”

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Bell gives his take OL

Ole Miss guard Justin Bell was pleased with his first start and thinks it can get better. He’s also confident the offensive line can absorb the loss of left guard Aaron Morris and still be successful, a plan that will

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Freeze Monday press conference

The player interviews were a bit rushed today, as they’re heading out for a public service opportunity this afternoon. We did catch up with a few. Hugh Freeze put his team through a morning workout and like what he saw

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Bell spends week at No. 1 RG

Ole Miss offensive linemen were definitely the iron men a year ago, but that wasn’t necessarily by design. Justin Bell was ready to play and did play some before a back injury slow him down. With only one starting spot

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Tuesday 8-6 Practice Update

No major injuries today. No real change in the lineup of wounded, but that could change soon. DE Carlos Thompson, who took a hit to the head on Monday, was held out. He’s scheduled for a test today. C.J. Johnson

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Position Preview: Offensive Line

You would think everything would be fine at a position that returns four starters. That’s good news, obviously, but the question here is depth. Tackle Emmanuel McCray and guard Aaron Morris on the left side, joined by center Evan Swindall

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