I’Tavius Mathers used to be verbally committed to Ole Miss.
Then he wasn’t.
BLOG: I’Tavius Mathers is once again verbally committed to Ole Miss.
Earlier today, the Blackman High (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) standout running back said he has re-committed to the Rebels after briefly de-committing last week.
While he was weighing his options, Mathers said Vanderbilt, North Carolina, South Carolina and Auburn, his dream school growing up, showed the most interest.
(more…) (January 9, 2012)
BLOG: Today’s episode of the Sideline View on RebelSportsRadio.com has been posted. (more…) (January 6, 2012)
BLOG: News hit the interwebs earlier today that standout Aberdeen defensive end Channing Ward has narrowed his list of schools to three: Alabama, Mississippi State and Ole Miss. (more…) (January 4, 2012)
BLOG: During his press conference on Monday, new Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said the Rebels needed to address depth issues, specifically along the offensive line and in the defensive secondary. Today the Rebels did just that, signing two offensive linemen and a defensive back from the junior college ranks. (more…) (December 21, 2011)
BLOG: Earlier today Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze addressed the media at the Indoor Practice Facility and touched on a number of topics. (more…) (December 19, 2011)
The one-time Alabama running back turned linebacker hasn’t had an ideal progression to his football career, but his life appears to be trending back in the positive direction. (more…) (December 15, 2011, Page 7)
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Coaching changes obviously have a large impact on the recruiting world and one in-state change could pay off for the Rebels in their pursuit of 6-foot-3 Pearl receiver D.J. Thompson.
Thompson was verbally committed to Southern Miss prior to coach Larry Fedora taking over the North Carolina gig, and still is a Golden Eagle pledge, although he admitted on Friday he’s “not as firm” as he was. (more…) (December 14, 2011, Page 6)
When the Long Beach linebacker showed out at the Rebels’ elite prospect camp in June he was looking for an Ole Miss offer. He admitted in July that he was playing with a chip on his shoulder and believed he deserved more interest from colleges than he had garnered. (more…) (December 13, 2011, Page 7)