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Aaron Morris

Freeze: Tunsil back running after injury

Laremy Tunsil has his sights on being the top overall pick in next year’s NFL Draft, but Ole Miss’ rising junior offensive lineman will have to show teams that he can still play at that kind of level after suffering a broken leg in the Peach Bowl on New Year’s Eve. (May 13, 2015, Page 6)

Rebels’ young linemen getting extended looks

It makes sense for Ben Still, Justin Bell and Fahn Cooper to be working as starters on Ole Miss’ offensive line this spring since each held that role a season ago. But lining up directly behind them — and sometimes to the side — are three freshmen, a sophomore and a converted tight end among others. (March 26, 2015, Page 6)

Injuries piling up for Ole Miss during ‘physical’ spring

Ole Miss’ football team is hurting. The Rebels are going through their third week of spring practice with many of their first- and second-stringers watching from the sideline. Most of the injuries are on the offensive side of the ball as an offensive line that ended the 2014 season banged up continues to be depleted while the three quarterbacks vying to replace Bo Wallace have limited receivers to target. (March 25, 2015, Page 6)

Rebels rested and ready for TCU

The Ole Miss football team has settled into Atlanta and is in the midst of its preparation for its game against No. 6 TCU in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on Wednesday. (December 28, 2014, Page 1B)

Rebels’ Morris to miss bowl game

Aaron Morris won’t play in Ole Miss’ bowl game. The Rebels’ left guard has a torn ACL in his left knee, head coach Hugh Freeze said. It’s the same injury that cost Morris, a redshirt junior, all but one game last season. Morris has started 11 games this year. (December 16, 2014, Page 6)

Rebels’ offensive line back at full strength for Hogs

It’s been 32 days and 12 quarters since each member of Ole Miss’ first-team offensive line has taken a snap together. Those streaks are about to come to an end. (November 20, 2014, Page 6A)

Rebels to get another test from Hogs’ physical run game

Ole Miss has seen its share of brute strength from opponents’ running games this season. The Rebels are getting ready to go against the strongest of them all. (November 19, 2014, Page 1B, 3B)

Rebels prep for Arkansas’ physicality on both sides

Arkansas is well-known for its ground-and-pound style on offense. The Razorbacks can play a little defense, too. Arkansas will take its turn at trying to wear down a fast yet smaller Ole Miss defense that’s given up a combined 517 rushing yards in its last two Southeastern Conference games when the teams meet Saturday at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium (2:30 p.m., CBS). (November 18, 2014, Page 6)

Ole Miss gets back to basics in first practice of open date

Ole Miss has started dabbling in the game plan for Arkansas, but with the matchup against the Razorbacks nearly two weeks away, the Rebels have some time to refine the fundamentals that get lost over the course of a 12-game regular season. The Rebels spent most of Tuesday’s practice getting back to the basics, much to the pleasure of coach Hugh Freeze. (November 12, 2014, Page 1B)

Bye week will ‘certainly help’ Rebels heal for final stretch

It was tempting, but Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze knew he couldn’t. Senior quarterback Bo Wallace entered Saturday’s game against Presbyterian College just 262 yards shy of breaking Eli Manning’s school record for total offense. Wallace accumulated 155 total yards in two quarters, but with Ole Miss holding a 35-0 lead at the break, his day was done. At this point of the season, health trumps statistics. (November 11, 2014, Page 6)

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