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NOTEBOOK: Nkemdiche out for year

Once linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche was seen in street clothes and using crutches on the sidelines at Tiger Stadium on Saturday, there were fears the junior could have suffered yet another major injury. Those fears were correct as Nkemdiche underwent surgery Sunday to repair a fracture ankle he suffered early in the Rebels’ 10-7 loss to LSU. (October 28, 2014, Page 6)

VIDEO: Rebels reflect on LSU, look ahead to Auburn

BLOG — No. 7 Ole Miss will host No. 4 Auburn on Saturday, and quarterback Bo Wallace would like to see the offense open things up more when it does. (more…) (October 27, 2014)

Ole Miss moving on from first loss at LSU

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Bo Wallace isn’t about to dwell on his first game-losing throw of the season. Even amid the din that persisted in LSU’s Death Valley long after the Tigers’ victory-sealing interception, Mississippi’s gun-slinging quarterback was calm, clear and succinct in declaring the Rebels’ resolve. (October 27, 2014, Page 6)

LSU grounds, pounds past Ole Miss

BATON ROUGE, La. — Ole Miss didn’t get out of Death Valley alive. The Rebels’ offense was bottled up by LSU, a UM defense that’s been virtually immovable was pushed around, and No. 3 Ole Miss fell from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 10-7 loss Saturday night in front of 102,321 at Tiger Stadium. (October 26, 2014, Page 1B)

Negative plays, penalties doom Rebels

BATON ROUGE, La. — Death Valley is where things go to die in Baton Rouge. Saturday night it was the Ole Miss offense that became Tiger Stadium’s latest victim. Negative plays, penalties and Bo Wallace’s first interception in Southeastern Conference play all had a hand in the Rebels’ 10-7 loss to No. 24 LSU. (October 26, 2014, Page 2B)

Ole Miss eager to avenge last loss at LSU

Ole Miss is in the midst of one of the best seasons in school history, enjoying its first 7-0 start since 1962 and a No. 3 national ranking. A win over LSU in Tiger Stadium would make things even sweeter. The Rebels (7-0, 4-0 SEC) will travel to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Saturday for a night game at Death Valley. Ole Miss hasn’t beaten the 24th-ranked Tigers (6-2, 2-2) on their own turf since 2008, and the latest of those setbacks was a bittersweet pill to swallow. (October 24, 2014, Page 6A)

Rebels expect test from LSU’s ground game

Ole Miss has beaten Alabama and Tennessee at home and traveled to College Station, Texas, to handle the Aggies of Texas A&M in the past three weeks. The road ahead does not get any easier this Saturday as the No. 3 Rebels venture to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for a night game in Death Valley against No. 24 LSU. (October 21, 2014, Page 6A)

Ole Miss defense clamps down on Vols in rout

Ole Miss’ offense took a while to get going Saturday night. Not that it mattered a whole lot. The third-ranked Rebels’ defense turned in another dominant performance, keeping Ole Miss close until the offense found its footing and suffocating Tennessee from start to finish in a 34-3 victory in front of 62,081 fans at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (October 19, 2014, Page 1B)

NOTEBOOK: Sanders sparks OM offense with touchdown

The Ole Miss offense was in dire need of an adrenaline shot and, for the second game this season, Vince Sanders gave it to them. (October 19, 2014, Page 1B)

Ole Miss OK with slowing down offensive pace in second half of season

As each week passes and the wins keep coming, the pressure to not falter grows stronger. No. 3 Ole Miss is solidly in the college football playoff picture and controls its own destiny, which even means pulling back on its high-paced offense to make sure mistakes do not happen.  The Rebels ran 54 plays against Texas A&M, an all-time low under head coach Hugh Freeze, and it’s something fans should get used to for the foreseeable future. (October 16, 2014, Page 6A)

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