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NOTEBOOK: Ole Miss brushing off the hype amid lofty ranking

Ole Miss hasn’t had a number this low next to its name in six seasons. Not that it means a whole lot right now. The Rebels (3-0) came in at No. 12 in this week’s Amway coaches poll and jumped up four spots to No. 10 in The Associated Press top 25, their highest ranking since Jevan Snead and company took a No. 4 ranking to South Carolina on Sept. 24, 2009, only to lose it four quarters later with a 16-10 loss. (September 16, 2014, Page 8)

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    VIDEO: Ole Miss aims to stay focused with lofty ranking

    BLOG — Ole Miss hasn’t had a number this low next to its name in six seasons. Not that it means a whole lot right now. (more…) (September 15, 2014)

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      Wallace, Rebels rout UL-Lafayette, 56-15

      It’s getting difficult not to think about what might be when Alabama visits Oxford in three weeks.  The second-ranks Tide has to get past Florida next weekend at home, but Alabama and No. 14 Ole Miss seem destined for a matchup of SEC unbeatens on Oct. 4, especially after the Rebels’ 56-15 dismantling of Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday afternoon in front of 60,937 fans at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (September 14, 2014, Page 1B)

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        COLUMN: Rebels can win lots of games with this version of Wallace

        You can blame Bo Wallace if you want. You’d be wrong. (September 14, 2014, Page 1B)

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          OHS uses momentum swing to roll to Crosstown Classic win

          Oxford is making this rivalry thing look easy. Junior quarterback Jack Abraham set a single-game school passing record with 388 yards to go along with three touchdowns, and the Chargers took the Crosstown Classic trophy home for the third straight year with a 41-7 win over Lafayette on Friday night at Bobby Holcomb Field. (September 14, 2014, Page 4B)

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            VIDEO: Oxford cruises to another Crosstown Classic win over ‘Dores

            BLOG — Oxford quarterback Jack Abraham set a single-game school passing record with 388 yards to go along with three touchdowns, and the Chargers took the Crosstown Classic trophy home for the third straight year with a 41-7 rout of rival Lafayette on Friday night at Bobby Holcomb Field. (more…) (September 12, 2014)

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              Crosstown Classic highlights area prep schedule

              The annual showdown between Lafayette and Oxford will take center stage tonight at Bobby Holcomb Field, highlighting this week’s area prep football schedule. The Chargers come into the Crosstown Classic riding the momentum of a convincing 50-15 victory at Cleveland East Side a week ago while Lafayette entered the win column for the first time with a 3-0 win over DeSoto Central. Water Valley hasn’t had the same success lately, taking a two-game losing streak into tonight’s game against Bruce at Bobby Clark Field. The Blue Devils are coming off a 28-7 loss to Calhoun City. (September 12, 2014, Page 1B)

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                Ole Miss sideline reporter Stan Sandroni dies at 64

                Ole Miss has lost a key piece to its gameday experience. Longtime football sideline reporter Stan Sandroni died on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack, according to a report from newsms.fm. (September 11, 2014, Page 8)

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                  Oxford, Lafayette set for latest rivalry tussle

                  Friendships have been put on hold this week. It’s time for the Crosstown Classic, which means loyalty to school and team is reigning supreme. Oxford and Lafayette will renew their annual rivalry on the football field Friday night. Kickoff from Bobby Holcomb Field is set for 7 p.m. (September 11, 2014, Page 8)

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                    ‘Dores searching for points to keep up with Chargers

                    It’s been the same routine for Lafayette. Week after week, the Commodores’ defense spends a majority of the game’s 48 minutes on the field keeping the opposing offense in check while the offense provides little relief. Lafayette has spent more time trying to get out of its own way than it has in the end zone. (September 11, 2014, Page 8)

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