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Brown no longer looking for respect

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — There’s a stark contrast when you compare Richie Brown’s attitude from June to his demeanor last weekend at the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game in Montgomery, Ala.

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)

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    Alabama stymies Mississippi offense

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. —Hindered by a slow start and an inability to get any consistency on offense, Mississippi fell to Alabama 31-12 in the 25th edition of the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game on Saturday at the Cramton Bowl. (more…) (December 12, 2011, Page 6)

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      Freeze wasting no time with state’s top talents

      MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Ask any of Mississippi’s top football talents if he has heard from Ole Miss’ new coach and the answer was the same more often than not.

      “(Hugh Freeze) called almost every night this week. That shows they’re really interested,” North Pike defensive end/linebacker A.J. Jefferson said on Saturday. (more…) (December 12, 2011, Page 6)

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        Freeze wasting no time with recruits

        BLOG: There wasn’t a lot of new information coming from the Mississippians playing in Saturday’s Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game.

        One thing was for sure, however.

        If new Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is interested, he has already been in contact. (more…) (December 11, 2011)

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          Recruiting nuggets from Ala.-Miss. practice

          BLOG: Hello from Montgomery, Ala., the site of tomorrow’s Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game. (more…) (December 9, 2011)

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            Manning, Glenn say hire not predetermined

            Was Hugh Freeze a predetermined hire?

            In large part because of his ties to Ole Miss and the Memphis area, the recent hire of Hugh Freeze as Ole Miss’ next football coach was met with an ample amount of skepticism.

            Mike Glenn and Archie Manning, co-chairs of Ole Miss’ coaching search committee, said during Monday’s teleconference that they went through the proper channels during the interview process.

            According to the co-chairs, Freeze just stood out above the rest of the field. Plain and simple. (December 6, 2011, Page 6)

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              More on Hugh Freeze hire: What we learned

              BLOG: Introductory press conferences that are open to the public are meant to be full of rah-rah, feel-good speak.

              Hugh Freeze‘s press conference at the Gertrude Castellow Ford Center for the Performing Arts today had plenty of that.

              (more…) (December 5, 2011)

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                Is coaching search winding down?

                AROUND THE NET: Late last night several reports surfaced that former Ed Orgeron assistant and current Arkansas State head coach Hugh Freeze is expected to be offered — and accept — the Ole Miss gig. (more…) (December 4, 2011)

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                  College baseball should benefit from new CBA

                  COLUMN: It appears Major League Baseball’s new Collective Bargaining Agreement could have a positive influence on the college game.

                  On Tuesday it was announced that a large portion of the five-year deal involves the MLB Draft, which, in turn, could impact the Ole Miss Rebels and the rest of the college baseball world. (more…) (November 23, 2011, Page 6A)

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                    Mackey, Scott suspended for game with No. 1 LSU

                    Houston Nutt can’t catch a break.

                    Following Tuesday’s practice, the outgoing Ole Miss football coach confirmed that junior quarterback Randall Mackey, sophomore running back Jeff Scott and sophomore receiver Korvic Neat have been suspended for the LSU game on Saturday for violating team rules.

                    Nutt said there’s also a chance the trio could miss the Egg Bowl at Mississippi State next weekend. (November 16, 2011, Page 6)

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