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Important Bowl Win

Happy New Year. From the Mother Ship this morning, my column on the Rebels’ 25-17 Music City Bowl win over Georgia Tech and why that was important for the journey discussion. It comes with a correction. The column states that

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Day After Observations

Heading south on the Trace now and getting some work done as I leave the driving to Kyle Alford. A few notes and observations from the Rebels’ 25-17 Music City Bowl win over Georgia Tech. I was surprised at the

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Final: Ole Miss 25, Georgia Tech 17

A Music City Bowl victory in a truly inspired defensive effort and a determined effort by quarterback Bo Wallace, the game’s MVP. It was a signature Wallace game. He forced one play that turned into an interception and Tech quickly

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Music City Bowl: Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech

Where: LP Field (67,000), Nashville Kickoff: 2:15 Television: ESPN Radio: Ole Miss Network Records: Ole Miss 7-5, 3-5 SEC; Georgia Tech 7-5, 5-3 ACC Series: Georgia Tech leads 2-1. The teams last played in the 1971 Peach Bowl, a 41-18

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Music City Bowl Notebook

Twas the day before the Music City Bowl. Players attended the NHL game last night between Nasvhille’s Predators and the LA Kings. The locals won 3-2 in a game that featured three goals scored in the last 10 minutes. The

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Saturday Morning Update

A few leftovers here from Monday’s practice … Here’s a shot of the quarterback many folks have asked about, Devante Kincade:                   And video of Ole Miss center Evan Swindall. He doesn’t

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Friday Bowl Practice

[youtube][/youtube] — First, the news … Looks like freshman tight end Evan Engram will play. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is hoping to get about 30 plays from Engram. Looks like freshman offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil is doubtful. Wide receiver

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Reviving the run game

From the Mother Ship, a healthy Jeff Scott and focus on the run game during extra bowl practice are factors that could benefit the Rebels against a solid Georgia Tech defense.

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Solid in defeat

A few notes on the Georgia Tech run game against the five teams that defeated the Yellow Jackets. It is true that the run stats were padded in wins over Elon and Alabama A&M. Tech outscored those opponents 136-7 and

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Defending the option

It’s Christmas afternoon. It’s been a good morning, and I’m about to get back on the grid after being off for a few days. Heading down to Meridian in a bit, then up to Nashville tomorrow. During the break this

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning. … In the current climate of shuffling for bowl bids could a 10-2 team get passed over? Yes, and it’s name is San Jose State. The Spartans are coached by former Ole Miss

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MCB and Ole Miss: It’s complicated

This from Brad Locke who spoke with Music City Bowl president Scott Ramsey earlier today: Q: What specifically are you looking at this week: I’m specifically looking at who the Gator Bowl’s going to select to be honest with you.

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Bright future for defense if pieces fall into place

Hey, it’s never too soon to start talking about next year, is it? The Ole Miss defense has developed into a pretty solid unit against the run. The Rebels’ defense could look a lot different — in a good sort

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