Today’s game will be televised on the SEC Network. (more…) (October 22, 2011)
BLOG: Hello from sunny Oxford, Miss., where the Ole Miss Rebels are set to faceoff against No. 2 Alabama at 5 p.m. CT on ESPN2. (more…) (October 15, 2011)
The difficulty of upsetting No. 2 Alabama on Saturday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium only increased for the Ole Miss Rebels Thursday when coach Houston Nutt announced four players would miss the game due to suspension.
Senior running back Brandon Bolden, senior offensive guard Alex Washington, junior center A.J. Hawkins and sophomore wide receiver Philander Moore will miss Saturday’s contest due to a “violation of team rules” Nutt said following Thursday’s practice. (more…) (October 14, 2011, Page 6A)
COLUMN: It’s become painfully obvious that the Ole Miss football team lacks leadership, focus and the understanding of what it takes to win football games in the Southeastern Conference.
What else can you call Thursday’s decision by coach Houston Nutt to suspend four players for violation of team rules other than total disrespect to the ultimate goal of winning? (more…) (October 14, 2011, Page 6A)
Ole Miss returned to the practice fields Tuesday, a day after head football coach Houston Nutt dealt with several questions about his future and how to fix problems associated with a 1-2 start.
Nutt’s opening remarks following Tuesday’s practice revolved around him taking responsibility for the problems of the team and re-iterating the point that he was the one to blame, not the Ole Miss administration. (September 21, 2011, Page 6)
Two days have now past since Jacksonville State’s monumental upset of the Ole Miss Rebels. For Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt, the time in between the loss and the start of work for Saturday’s opponent, Tulane, couldn’t have been more relevant as he and his staff try to get the Rebels headed back in the right direction.
Nutt said that Sunday’s practice and film work that preceded the practice was very quiet. (September 7, 2010, Page 6)
Coach Houston Nutt said he was proud of how his first team offensive line, specifically Alex Washington, Bradley Sowell, A.J. Hawkins and Rishaw Johnson, stepped up. (August 13, 2010, Page 6A)
Ole Miss wore full pads for the first time during the preseason today and the offensive line took full advantage of the additional protection.
(more…) (August 12, 2010)
The majority of Ole Miss’ spring football practices can be summed up in two words — dominant defense.
Lately, however, the offense has been fighting back.
If the offensive line is going to continue to progress, it’s going to need junior left guard Alex “Tank” Washington to fill in for some of the departed veterans.
More specifically, though, it’s going to need Washington, who currently tips the scale at 350 pounds, to shed some weight. (April 13, 2010, Page 2B)