Not much to glean from four open periods today beyond the fact that Senquez Golson had not yet returned.
Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt said Golson was “en route” and was hopeful he would be back in Oxford later this evening.
When secondary coach Keith Burns says Golson will be used in nickel and dime packages, that's big, because they're going to play a lot of those packages.
Freshman offensive lineman Aaron Morris has been moved to different positions and different sides of the field. He may be settling in on the left second, second to guard Patrick Junen. More on Morris in the mother ship tomorrow.
A handful of players were out with various minor injuries: WR Melvin Harris, DL Uriah Grant, DE Carlos Thompson, LB Ralph Williams, DL Gilbert Pena, DE Jason Jones.
Freshman Keith Lewis was lined up at one of the first team linebacker spots, adjacent junior Joel Kight, during stretch. That speaks of his level play in camp and perhaps to people banged up too.
In other news, the Clarion-Ledger reported that quarterback signee Maikhail Miller, who will be a greyshirt this fall and is expected to join the program in January, appeared in court on Aug. 3 as a result of a July 29 traffic stop in which he was found in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. Miller will pay a $364 fine.