Spanning the globe on a Monday morning. ...
When Arizona decided to go after an offensive lineman, it would after more than one. Bobby Massie was the first, not the only, OL player taken by the Cardinals.
He walks into a good situation in Arizona, a chance to compete for the job.
Other Ole Miss players are getting their free agent deals together, and Kentrell Lockett has signed with the Redskins. Lockett released his on news on Twitter Sunday.
It appears Bradley Sowell will get a chance with the Bucs, and other Ole Miss players are in talks for free agent deals too.
There has been a lot of chatter for Brandon Bolden and a free agent deal with the Patriots. I haven't found anything official on that this morning.
Sowell and Bolden were both projected as possible seventh (final) round draft picks.
From Mobile, Mike Herndon writes about the SEC's visible influence in college football over the last few days through the draft and the proposed four-team playoff. ...
LSU, this week's Ole Miss opponent at Swayze Field, rallied for wins against Georgia in the first two games of their weekend series but dropped the Sunday game.
Southern Miss will introduce Morehead State coach Donnie Tyndall as its new coach today. The Golden Eagles are without a president and AD right now.