Ole Miss is represented on a number of early watch lists for major college football awards this year.
And some of those awards have a fan voting component, so we need Rebel Nation to show how much you support our players!
Fan voting is already open for three awards in particular - the Davey O'Brien Award (nation's best QB), the Biletnikoff Award (nation's best receiver) and the Paul Hornung Award (nation's most versatile player). Fans can cast their vote for those awards as often as once per day.
Here is a complete list of Rebels on watch lists, as well as links to vote:
Maxwell Award (nation's best player) - Bo Wallace
Davey O'Brien Award (nation's best quarterback) - Bo Wallace - VOTE NOW
Manning Award (nation's best quarterback) - Bo Wallace
Biletnikoff Award (nation's best receiver) - Donte Moncrief - VOTE NOW
Lombardi Award (nation's best lineman or linebacker) - Denzel Nkemdiche
Nagurski Trophy (nation's best defensive player) - Denzel Nkemdiche
Butkus Award (nation's best linebacker) - D.T. Shackelford
Lott IMPACT Trophy (nation's best defensive IMPACT player) - D.T. Shackelford
Rimington Trophy (nation's best center) - Evan Swindall
Paul Hornung Award (nation's most versatile player) - Jeff Scott - VOTE NOW
Also, you can cast your vote for Hugh Freeze for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year - VOTE NOW
is no doubt Ole Miss's victory over the Texas Longhorns 44-23 two Saturdays ago
was exciting for all of Rebel Nation, it might have been a bit more exciting
for two very special Rebel Fans.
Linda Enlow were the proud winners of the first ever Sellout Sweepstakes Travel
with the Team, created this past year to encourage current season ticket
holders to renew their commitment for the upcoming 2013 season. Their reward?
The lucky duo traveled in style with the team on their journey from Oxford to
Austin and witnessed firsthand what its like being an Ole Miss football player
preparing for a big time showdown in the Lone Star State.
who are retired but currently run a non-profit organization that establishes
schools in underserved countries, were actually in Lima, Peru when Sr.
Associate AD, Michael Thompson contacted them about winning the sweepstakes.
Hearing them tell the story of receiving that winning call as we loaded the bus
behind the Manning Center on Friday morning to depart for the Memphis airport
was a perfect way to begin our travel.
Once on the
bus , we got to know each other and shared our excitement about the trip while
enjoying a boxed lunch from Chick-fil-A. I informed the Enlows that this would
be my first ever road trip with the team as well, since I just came on board
with Ole Miss in late July.
We arrived at
the airport and went through security quickly before boarding the plane, where
Mrs. Enlow made the observation that Mr. Enlow and Coach Freeze share a common
appreciation for Coke. An observation she was delighted to pass along to her
squads, coaches, staff, and players joined us on the plane. Within moments, we
were wheels up, heading to Austin.
touched down, the flight crew welcomed us over the PA system and wished Coach
Freeze and his team good luck tomorrow night.
might have been the most memorable experience for the Enlows, as they were able
to sit in the lobby for hours and meet players, coaches, and other
administrative staff as they passed by and congregated in small groups.
Personally, I think our travel party enjoyed their company as much as they
enjoyed being there with us.
The next day
was game day, but kickoff wasn't until 7 p.m. and there happened to be another
"Big Time" game taking place, Alabama vs. Texas A&M. As I sat in the
restaurant, next to the lobby watching the game with a room full of coaches and
administrative staff, including Athletics Director Ross Bjork, who did I see
right there in the middle of the crowd? Mr. Enlow. Enjoying the game and
conversations with everyone as if he had been working for the department for 40
As game time
approached, we had our bags swept and loaded the bus for Darrel K. Royal-Texas
stadium, we exited the bus to an enormously loud Ole Miss welcome and quickly
entered under the stadium. The team entered the locker room and the Enlows and
I took to the field to see what the 100,000 plus capacity stadium had to offer.
kickoff, the Enlows visited with personnel on the sideline, and even had a
chance to meet the famous face of Longhorn Athletics, Bevo, before getting to
their first row seats behind the Ole Miss bench.
As anyone who
watched would agree, the game had plenty of ups and downs culminating with a
heroic comeback and a marquee win for Coach Freeze and his team. When the final
horn sounded, the Rebels stood on top and following post-game handshakes, the
Rebels raced to the end of the stadium where I would estimate nearly 10,000
Rebel fans draped in red were celebrating. Once again, in the middle of all the
fun and excitement stood the Enlows, hanging over the front row railing
slapping high-fives and shouting praises to the team that would be walking out
of Texas with a "W".
It is a
general understanding that the return trip home for any team is always better
after a win. Being that we didn't get to the Austin airport until after
midnight following the game ,it was probably a good thing that this was the
case this night, or should I say early morning.
understand the plane was filled with some pretty exhausted people, but I have
to say the atmosphere was anything but. As I sat in my window seat next to J.C.
and Linda, we chatted the whole trip home about the last two days and what an
experience it had been. Before we exited the plane and boarded the bus for the
last leg of our journey back to Oxford, Mrs. Enlow said to her husband, "I
think this outdid our 50th wedding anniversary." Mr. Enlow nodded in
agreement and said, "I think so too."
I am certain that Mr. and Mrs. Enlow enjoyed their trip with the Rebels to Texas and all of the things they got to witness and be apart of. What I am not sure of, is if they know how truthfully enjoyable it was for me to experience my first Ole Miss Football road trip with them. It is something I will never forget! HOTTY TODDY
Assistant AD for Internal Relations, Dr. Jamil Northcutt served as the keynote speaker at the 11th
Annual Martin Methodist Champions of Character Convocation at the campus in
The annual event honors student-athletes, team, and staff for their campus and community
engagements, their reflected level of character traits, their high aspirations
for academic success, and their servant leadership.
Northcutt shared with the RedHawk Athletic Department his
five "I's of a Champion" - stressing the value of having high character,
regardless of the situation.
The mission of the
NAIA Champions of Character Program is to provide training to ensure character
is demonstrated through conduct as well as competition, so students know, do
and value the right thing in all areas of life. Through the Champions of Character
program, the NAIA is promoting five core character values that are crucial to
the development of our youth: integrity, respect, responsibility,
sportsmanship, and servant leadership.
Head coach Hugh Freeze meets with the media after Wednesday's practice.
Doctors told sophomore linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche that a return for Saturday's game at No. 1 Alabama was possible. From there, it was rehabbing two or three times a day and doing everything possible to be back after suffering a torn meniscus during the season opener against Vanderbilt.
As early as Monday, when Nkemdiche did drills with linebackers coach Tom Allen, he realized it was possible. When he came into the training room on Tuesday morning, it wasn't swelling, then after practice on Tuesday, he came back this morning, and there was no swelling.
After practice on Wednesday, both he and head coach Hugh Freeze were confident that he will make the trip to Tuscaloosa.
"I felt good," Nkemdiche said. "I felt better than I did yesterday, and it looked great this morning. it's exciting because I feel like tomorrow morning, it's going to feel better than it did today."
"He looked good" Freeze said. "He didn't have much swelling today. If that is the case tomorrow morning, we will put him on the travel squad."
Nkemdiche, an All-SEC performer last season, led the team with 82 tackles, 13.0 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles and three interceptions, and it's not just that production, but the overall depth at the linebacker position, where the Rebels have missed him this season.
"We have missed him a lot," defensive coordinator Dave Wommack said. "In some spots, we don't have much depth. When that happened, we had to move a guy that was playing Mike linebacker over to Stinger linebacker. D.T. (Shackelford) had to catch up on all the things that we got a thousand reps on."
In Nkemdiche's absence, Bryant has started the last two games at Stinger linebacker and leads the team with 26 tackles and four tackles for loss.
"We knew all along that through fall camp that was one of our strongest two-deep positions with those two guys there," Wommack said. "We actually created some defensive packages so they would both be on the field at the same time because Serderius has come so far. Having them both back would be huge for us."
Last season, led by Nkemdiche, Ole Miss ranked second in the SEC, tied for 11th in the nation, with 38 sacks. Through three games, the Rebels have just four sacks, which is a by-product of defensive scheme.
Wommack said they have played a lot more zone coverage and haven't pressured as much as in the past. As a result, they haven't given up as many big plays, an area of emphasis this season.
Through three games, Ole Miss has allowed 32 plays of 10+ yards, which is the second fewest in the SEC and tied for 14th fewest in the nation, and just 9 plays of 20+ yards, which is tied for the second fewest in the SEC, tied for 20th fewest in the nation.
Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack meets with the media after Tuesday's practice.
Sawyer Adds Depth At Corner
After missing games against Southeast Missouri and Texas, senior cornerback Charles Sawyer is back and will play Saturday. He adds depth and will split time at boundary corner with sophomore Mike Hilton. He also gives them more versatility and will help in nickel and dime situations.
"Charles is doing good," cornerbacks coach Jason Jones said. "He's back and flying around, making plays in practice. We're looking forward to having him back. He gives us that much depth there at the cornerback position.
"In the Texas game, Mike (Hilton) and Senquez (Golson) played pretty much every snap. At times, they got winded, but with Charles being back, you can put him in the game, and you can rest either Senquez and Mike and try to keep fresh guys on the field."
Cornerbacks coach Jason Jones meets with the media after Wednesday's practice.
Hooks, Jones Progress At New Positions
Freeze and his staff introduced two position changes last week, with junior Lavon Hooks now splitting reps between his original position, defensive tackle, and his new position, tight end, and moving from freshman Derrick Jones from wide receiver to cornerback.
Hooks is listed as a third-team defensive tackle behind juniors Carlton Martin and Bryon Bennett and has also gotten reps at tight end, where the 6-foot-4, 302-pounder played some in high school.
"He is learning," Freeze said. "He is swimming a bit at TE, so we kind of scaled back for this week, but we do have one package for him. He understands that and gives us a different look.
"This year, he will work on both offense and defense unless something changes. In spring, we'll make a call one way or the other."
Jones is listed as a co-backup at boundary corner with senior Dehendret Collins behind sophomore Mike Hilton, with senior Charles Sawyer also in the mix at both field and boundary corner. Freeze said Jones has been looking really good, and defensive backs coach Jason Jones likes his size at 6-foot-3, 185 pounds.
"The size and speed that he has, that's what you want at corner," cornerbacks coach Jason Jones said. "We made the move a couple of weeks ago. The bye week, we had a chance to throw him in there and give him a ton of reps. He's coming along and doing a great job. I'm looking forward to seeing him out there and see what he can do."
Offensive coordinator Dan Werner meets with the media after Wednesday's practice.
In Monday's press conference, Freeze said Alabama head coach has been on the cutting edge of defense, from new wrinkles every game, to multiple defenses, to the exotic blitzes that he likes to draw up on certain downs.
Offensive coordinator Dan Werner talked more about those blitzes and how tempo on offense can help counter them.
"You can tell that they're communicating every play," Werner said. "As soon as a guy motions, they're going to change their coverage because they want to be in a certain look for every single formation and every single personnel group, so there's a lot of stuff going on with what they do.
"The thing that we want to do is obviously play fast because it makes them think about those checks a lot faster."
Ole Miss Fans, I have a question: Is Hugh Freeze the Coach of the Year?
If your answer is yes, then you have a chance to make your voice heard, as the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year voting opens today.
You can visit www.CoachoftheYear.com
to cast your votes.
The only way that Coach Freeze can win the prestigious award is if YOU, the Ole Miss fan base, goes and wins the voting poll.
Freeze has led this Ole Miss program to a 10-6 record since taking over after a 2-10 season just two years ago. Ole Miss is off to a 3-0 start this year, which has not happened since 1989, and is looking to reach even greater heights.
Archie Manning is the host of the Coach of the Year program, so the Ole Miss spirit should be as strong as ever. Hotty Toddy and Go Rebels!
The Dream advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals with a 80-72 win over
the Washington Mystics on Monday (Sept. 23). Former Lady Rebel Armintie Price-Herrington
provided a huge lift off the bench. She scored 14 points and pulled down four
rebounds to go along with four assists, three steals and one block. The Dream
will play the Indiana Fever for a spot in the WNBA Finals.
Atlanta Dream Coverage
Los Angeles Sparks
The LA Sparks saw their season end on Monday with a 78-77 loss to the
Phoenix Mercury at the Staples Center. Carol Ross' squad closes the season with
a 24-10, 15-2 home record.
Last season, two weeks removed from a 66-31 loss to Texas, Ole Miss hung tough at then-No. 1 Alabama, briefly leading early in the second quarter, but the Rebels fell to the Crimson Tide 33-14 at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
A year later, as it prepares for No. 1 Alabama in Tuscaloosa on Saturday night, No. 21 Ole Miss is 3-0 for the first time since 1989 and rides a five-game winning streak, which includes come-from-behind road wins against Vanderbilt and Texas already this year.
"Last year, we didn't know what to expect," junior quarterback Bo Wallace said. "This year, we're confident and we feel like we can play with anybody.
"I was frustrated last year just because we were so close, and people were saying we were so close. I was ready to start winning those games. Now, we're starting to do that and win those close games, down at halftime and being able to come back into games. We have a pretty mature team, and hopefully we can go out, not make mistakes and win a football game."
A win against Alabama, Wallace said, would take them to that next level and put them in a chance to play for something big this year. For head coach Hugh Freeze, the motivation is clear, and it's one similar to the one entering the Texas game two weeks ago.
"What should motivate us, and I think will, is an opportunity to go stand in front of the measuring stick right now and prove that you deserve to be there. That's what we'll focus on. If it does go our way, it would certainly be a huge boost to our program and move us a few steps forward quicker than anybody thought, including myself."
Stopping The Run
Looking back on last year, defensively, Freeze said they were one of the few teams that felt like they stopped the run against Alabama, holding the Crimson Tide to 125 yards on 34 attempts, well below their 227.5 yards per game, which ranked 16th in the nation.
"They're going to play two or three tight ends, Freeze said. "They force you in committing so many to the box, so they can stop the run. They want to take a shot over your head. They've got quality receivers that can do that. Of course A.J. (McCarron) has proven what he is to that offense. He's a winner and he's proven that through the course of time. They just put you in a position where you're going to have to win one-on-ones.
"That what this game ends up being about most of the time: How many one-on-ones did you win? Our kids are going to have to win some of those. We're not going to stop them the whole night. Hopefully we can score enough points and stop them enough that we have a shot in the fourth quarter. Our kids will play the entire 60 minutes and see what happens."
Through three games, junior defensive end C.J. Johnson said, running the football remains an emphasis for the Alabama offense, which ranks 85th in the nation in total offense, averaging 370.7 ypg, and 91st in rushing offense, averaging 132.0 ypg. Sophomore T.J. Yeldon, who has 273 rushing yards on 49 attempts, averaging 5.6 yards per carry, leads the rushing attack for the Crimson Tide.
"I haven't seen much of a difference," Johnson said of Alabama's offense. They still want to try to run the football, so they can dictate the tempo. I think they're throwing the ball a lot, just because they have great back and some pretty good receivers that can make you pay. You have to pick your poison against them."
Talking Tempo, Matching Up With Alabama's Defense
Much like the fast-paced, up-tempo offenses, which, right now, are cutting edge, Alabama head coach Nick Saban has done the same thing defensively, Freeze said, adding new wrinkles every game, switching between a 3-4 and 4-2-5 formation and giving you every look you can imagine.
"It's very multiple," Freeze said of Alabama's defense. "They're very physical up front. You have a difficult time consistently having drives on them. That's the thing that stands out game after game, even the game against Texas A&M. You don't put on the film and see a consistent drive without having a big play or a phenomenal one-on-one play.
"Physically they're very good and they're not going to make the mistake that allows you to have many explosive plays. That's been the staple of their defense. They're going to stay in the right position. Very rarely do you see explosive plays. We've got to find a way to create those, or find a way to stay in and convert on third and shorts to stay on the field."
Last year, in a 33-14 loss in Tuscaloosa, Ole Miss managed two sustained drives, one of 13 plays for 75 yards, another of 16 plays for 70 yards, but two is not enough to win against that type of team, Freeze said.
Through three games, Alabama ranks 56th in the nation in total defense and 83rd in pass defense, having allowed 373.0 total ypg through three games, including 250.3 ypg through the air. But both statistics are due in large part to Texas A&M sophomore quarterback Johnny Manziel's historic day against the Crimson Tide. He threw for 464 yards and ran for another 98 yards, as the Aggies with 628 yards of total offense in a 49-42 loss in College Station.
Manziel is a difference-maker, yes, but there are similarities between the Texas A&M and Ole Miss offenses. Part of that is tempo, where Ole Miss and Texas A&M rank second and third, respectively, in the SEC behind Missouri. The Rebels average 79.3 plays of offense per game, which ranks 20th in the nation, while the Aggies average 76.75 plays per game, 28th in the nation.
Last year, opponents ran an average of 59.8 plays of offense against Alabama, and this year, opponents have ran an average of 58.7 plays. In last year's 33-14 loss to Alabama, Ole Miss ran 68 plays of offense, while Texas A&M ran 77 plays last year and 71 plays this year against the Crimson Tide.
"We're going to go our tempo in any game we play," Freeze said. "We have it ready. I would love to say that we're going to do it a lot, but you have got to win first down to do that. They were able to win first down a lot. Even though we're similar schematically, us and A&M, at a lot of things, you don't treat us the same if you're defending us because of who is taking the snap for them."
"We can put points on them," junior quarterback Bo Wallace said. "We can put points on anybody. We have to show up and play. It's the same thing every week. That's stay on schedule, control the tempo and don't have any turnovers. We're winning first downs on most drives. Even if we don't win first downs, we have been pretty good on second downs. As long as we're staying schedule with third and short, and third and medium, we're having good drives."
Wallace also showed a lot of confidence in his group of receivers, which will be bolstered this week with the return of junior Vince Sanders, who suffered a broken collarbone during fall practice. Last season, he played in every game with 12 starts and finished with 39 receptions for 504 yards and two touchdowns, including a career-high seven receptions for 46 yards against Alabama.
"He went through a full practice yesterday," Freeze said of Sanders. "We'll incorporate him in just like we would anybody. He will be ready to go. You will probably see him, Laquon, Ja-Mes and Donte all out there at the same time some. We'll rotate them and keep them fresh. We love having him back. He gives us another threat for sure.
"It's exciting, and glad to have him back," Wallace said. "It seems like he's been gone forever. He was catching balls yesterday and looked good running routes. I'm excited to have him back."
Los Angeles Sparks
After dropping the first game of the series on Thursday (Sept. 19), the
Sparks rebounded and picked up a 82-73 road win in Phoenix on Saturday. The
best-of-three series will be decided on Monday night at the Staples Center. The
game will be played on ESPN2 at 10 p.m. (ET)
The Dream dropped the first game of the series, but rebounded with a road
win at Washington on Sunday to force the deciding Game 3. Arminitie Herrington
came off the bench in both contests. She had 2 points in the first game of the series
but rebounded with six points and seven rebounds in the road victory. Price-Herrington was named to the WNBA's All-Defensive First Team on Wednesday (Sept. 18). The Dream
game will be played at 8 p.m. (ET) on NBATV.
Well my first road trip with the women's golf team is in the
books. We pulled into the golf course at
around 11:45 p.m. on Sunday after a six and a half hour drive back from Knoxville,
safe and sound and ready for our own beds!
Coach J and I manned the front seat while the team was in
the back. After the requisite stop at Cook Out for milkshakes, we hit the road
for our journey back.
True to form, the ride included a very spirited jam out
session with ... wait for it, wait for it ... country tunes (I know, who would have
thought this team liked country:) and there was also some spirited conversation surrounding emoji's.
We also watched 27 Dresses, one of my favorite movies, made
even more entertaining with the commentary from Taelor Rubin and Stani Schiavone,
just in case anyone was wondering you CAN'T MARRY ANYONE YOU DON'T KNOW. I tend to think movies and music make road
trips and both were spot on with this group.
So my very first Ole Miss women's golf trip is in the books
and it was an experience that I won't soon forget. From getting to know the coaches and players
in a different way, to meeting parents and families (shout outs to Mrs.
Hovatter, the Rubins, Mr. Schiavone, Mrs. Drinkard and Joe and former Rebel
golfer Alyssa Randolph, who were cheering the Rebels throughout the weekend ) this
was a definitely a top-five trip. A BIG thanks to Coach Drinkard for inviting
me along and being so welcoming.
I can't wait for my next adventure with this group!
Until next trip,
1 Heart, 1 Goal
The Ole Miss volleyball team won its first tournament championship of the season, with three wins this weekend in the Rebel Classic, its second tournament at the Gillom Sports Center.
Ole Miss swept Southern Miss, 3-0, on Friday night, then swept Chattanooga, 3-0, on Saturday afternoon, and clinched the tournament championship with a 3-1 win over Louisiana, winning three straight sets after dropping the first set.
"We proved that we can win, even when we're not on the top of our game," head coach Joe Getzin said. "We still have things to improve on, but the biggest thing is we took care of business in all three matches.
Sophomore Nakeyta Clair, an SEC All-Freshman selection last year, won Tournament MVP honors, while freshmen Melanie Crow and Aubrey Edie were named to the All-Tournament team. Clair led the team with 12 kills against Southern Miss and 13 kills against Chattanooga.
"I connected well with Aubrey my setter, and it seemed like every time she set me the ball, I got a kill, and I got on a roll this weekend," Clair said.
In the tournament finale, Louisiana won the first set, 25-20, then behind five kills from senior Kara Morgan, Ole Miss rallied to win the second set, 25-19. The Rebels closed things out, winning the third set, 25-15, and the fourth set, 25-14.
"We did a great job of adjusting and putting pressure back on them," Getzin said of the Louisiana win. "Lousiana played a great match in the first set, and we got a little frustrated with that, then we settled down and started putting pressure on them, and things started rolling our way."
Sophomore Ty Laporte led all Rebels with 10 kills and 12.5 points, followed by Morgan with nine kills and 11 points, while Tournament MVP Nakeyta Clair had nine seven kills. to go along with two block assists. Edie led the team with 33 assists, and freshman Kristen Brashear led the team with 14 digs.
The Rebels finish nonconference play with a 10-3 record and continue their five-match home stand, as they open Southeastern Conference play next weekend against Arkansas on Friday (7:00 p.m. CT) and Florida on Sunday (1:30 p.m. CT).
"We're excited to be opening up at home," Getzin said. "I like our team. We're doing good things. We're young, but we keep coming and getting strong every day."
2013 World Championships,
2016 Summer Olympics,
Alabama Crimson Tide,
Armintie Price Herrington,
BBVA Compass Bowl,
Be The Fan,
Cal Ripken Senior League,
California Collegiate League,
Cape Cod League,
Chick-fil-A Bowl Challenge,
Colorado Springs Sky Sox,
Dr. Jamil Northcutt;,
Engineers Without Border,
ESPN College Gameday,
Evan St. Laurent,
Florida State Seminoles,
Florida State Soccer,
From The Vault,
Hard Core Fighter,
Jackson Touchdown Club,
Jeff Scott Hugh Freeze,
Los Angeles Sparks,
Mary Ashton Nall,
mary ashton nall,
Meet The Rebels Day,
NCAA Baseball Tournament,
NCAA Doubles Final Four,
NCAA Tennis Final Four,
NFL Pro Bowl,
North Carolina State,
Ole Miss Athletics,
Ole Miss Athletics Foundation,
Ole Miss Baseball,
Ole Miss Basketball,
Ole Miss Engineering,
Ole Miss Football,
Ole Miss Foundation,
Ole Miss Hoops,
Ole Miss Men's Basketball,
Ole Miss Men's Golf,
Ole Miss Men's Hoops,
Ole Miss Men's Tennis,
Ole Miss Rebels,
Ole Miss Soccer,
Ole Miss Softball,
Ole Miss Tennis,
Ole Miss Track,
Ole Miss Track and Field,
Ole Miss Volleyball,
Ole Miss Women's Basketball,
Ole Miss Women's Golf,
Ole Miss Women's Tennis,
Rebel Media Day,
Rebel Road Trip,
Road To Omaha,
School of Education,
SEC Baseball Tournament,
SEC Media Days,
Spain National Team,
State of Ole Miss Athletics,
Under-19 World Championship,
Under-20 European Championships,
University of Mississippi,
USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships,
USA Track & Field,
Walk Out Songs,
William & Mary,
William Winter Institute,
Women's Basketball; Yolanda Moore,
Coach Freeze is a genuine coach and our players and fans adore him!! in post Vote Freeze For Coach Of The Year
Gary Vaughn said:
It's great to be a Rebel fan. Coach Freeze in post Vote Freeze For Coach Of The Year
Has brought back the excitement
Competitiveness we all so desire. The
fan base and even our doubters are
Paying attention. Even the whole country
Sport tLk shows ect. Are taking notice.
After we upset Alabama this weekend
38-27 we will bolt to a top 12 or better
Ranking. Go Rebels
I am not and never have been an Ole Miss fan. I am however a Coach Freeze fan. I like what he represents in today's world of big time sports and what he stands for in leading young men of today into a more responsible role. He is everything that Ole Miss has never had. I am on his band wagon winning or losing. in post Vote Freeze For Coach Of The Year
Cory Wilson said:
How can I get my hands on one of these? in post 2013 Fall Sports Player Posters
Dave Darnell said:
Gray pants with red and blue stripes on the legs have served Ole Miss football my entire life time. The blue on blue, red on red and white on white are hideous and UGLY! Leave the pants alone.
Dave Darnell in post New Football Uniforms Unveiled
Ole Miss '68
Tiger fan here (LSU) b we now have 3 in the SEC. You guys looked great last year. You looked coached, and the players were up for every game. Good to see you back in the hunt. in post Looking Ahead to 2013 On Gridiron
Brenda Maxie said:
Go Nephew congraulation on your trip to the olympics. Have a good time. in post UPDATE: Rebel. Champion. Olympian. Young's Blog
Go Isiah! Your Rebel family is pulling for you and can't wait to see you on the podium with your medal! in post UPDATE: Rebel. Champion. Olympian. Young's Blog
who will win the most gold medals?
http://www.formvote.com/discuss.php?postid=281510897524932 in post UPDATE: Rebel. Champion. Olympian. Young's Blog
BILL LOTT said:
GREAT JOB THIS YEAR GUYS - WISHING THE REBELS THE VERY BEST IN THE COMPASS BOWL - LETS PICK A FIGHT WITH PITT AND SHOW THEM WHAT OUR REBELS ARE ALL ABOUT. HOTTY-TODDY - GO REBELS. BE BLESSED AND GOOD LUCK! in post Some Notes On Bowl Trip