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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Davis Potter

COLUMN: Rebels want to be taken seriously? It starts now

Well at least that’s over. Ole Miss hadn’t broken much of a sweat since the first half of the Boise State game until Memphis made the Rebels perspire heavily for three and a half quarters Saturday night. Vanderbilt and Louisiana-Lafayette were laughers, and the game against the Broncos turned into one once Bo Wallace quit throwing passes to Boise State defenders. Ole Miss is better than it was a year ago, even if the offense and special teams didn’t show it against the Tigers. But with all due respect to Boise, Vandy, Lafayette and Memphis, there’s no way to tell exactly how much better. But we are about to find out. (September 28, 2014, Page 1B)

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    Neel, MUS score late to edge Commodores

    MEMPHIS — Lafayette answered time and time against Memphis University School. But the Commodores didn’t have an answer for Colton Neel. Neel, MUS’s running back, scored four touchdowns, including a 33-yard screen pass with 2 minutes, 56 seconds left to help MUS hold off Lafayette, 29-24, on Friday at Hull-Dobbs Field on the MUS campus. (September 28, 2014, Page 5B)

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      VIDEO: Ole Miss turns Coliseum Drive into Chucky Mullins Drive

      BLOG — There’s a Manning Way. Now there’s Chucky Mullins Drive on Ole Miss’ campus, too. (more…) (September 26, 2014)

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        ‘Dores, MUS set to clash with similar styles

        The trip to Memphis for fans who plan on attending Lafayette’s game against Memphis University School on Friday night may be a quick one. (September 25, 2014, Page 5A)

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          Ole Miss preparing for ‘scary’ Memphis defense

          Ole Miss has scored at least 35 points in every game this season. If the Rebels are going to reach that total again this week, coaches believe they’re going to have to earn it. (September 24, 2014, Page 1B)

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            NOTEBOOK: Mathers returns to Rebels’ backfield

            Ole Miss’ ground game is back at full strength. Junior running back I’Tavius Mathers suffered a sprained big toe that knocked him out of the Rebels’ last game against Louisiana-Lafayette shortly after ripping off his 56-yard touchdown run, an injury Hugh Freeze feared was serious enough to possibly keep him out of this week’s game against Memphis at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (September 23, 2014, Page 6)

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              VIDEO: Rebels get back in flow, prep for Memphis

              BLOG — Game week is back for Ole Miss as the Rebels prepare for Saturday’s game against Memphis at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (6:30 p.m., FSN). (more…) (September 22, 2014)

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                Senatobia grounds, pounds past Blue Devils 63-36

                SENATOBIA— It was Courtland Barnes’ and Tevin Wooten’s world Friday night. For about three hours, Water Valley had to live in it. Barnes and Wooten spearheaded a punishing rushing attack for Senatobia in a 63-36 win over the Blue Devils in Senatobia. (September 21, 2014, Page 1B)

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                  BLOG: Warriors run past Water Valley

                  SENATOBIA — Senatobia cranked out 445 rushing yards, and the Warriors pummeled Water Valley 63-36 on Friday night in Senatobia. (more…) (September 20, 2014)

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                    LHS looks for second win; Devils try to keep Ws coming

                    Lafayette is looking for any win it can find right now, Water Valley will try to keep the wins coming, and Oxford will watch everybody else in the fifth week of the area high school football season tonight. (September 19, 2014, Page 6)

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