NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace refrained from trying to fit passes into tight spots. It helped the Rebels pull away much sooner in its Southeastern Conference opener. (September 7, 2014, Page 1B)
NASVHILLE, Tenn.— The second half had to be a weird feeling for any Ole Miss fan who has paid close attention to the Rebels’ match ups with Vanderbilt lately. (September 7, 2014, Page 1B)
NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Cliff Coleman’s interception on the second play of the third quarter was just a small example of how dominant the Ole Miss defense was against Vanderbilt at LP Field on Saturday, but it was a big example of a second chance paying off. (September 7, 2014, Page 2B)
Derrick Jones started his career at Ole Miss as a wide receiver before switching to cornerback last season. Now the sophomore is playing on both sides of the ball. (September 4, 2014, Page 8)
Bo Wallace is confident in his healthy throwing shoulder. Maybe too confident. Last week’s season opener against Boise State was the Ole Miss senior quarterback’s first chance to display the renewed strength in his arm thanks to a shoulder that’s finally back to 100 percent following a separation suffered during the 2012 season. Wallace admitted it got him into trouble at times. (September 2, 2014, Page 8)
BLOG — Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze met with the media for his weekly press conference Monday morning and offered his thoughts on the Rebels’ performance in Thursday’s 35-13 season-opening win over Boise State and looked ahead to this week’s Southeastern Conference opener against Vanderbilt. (more…) (September 1, 2014)
The update on cornerback Tee Shepard isn’t good for Ole Miss. Shepard, one of the Rebels’ top newcomers, hasn’t practiced since Friday and may end up missing the entire season with a partially torn tendon under his big toe. The sophomore, who had been running with the first team at times during camp, suffered the injury late last week, and the coaching staff is in the process of getting second and third opinions from doctors before deciding what course of action to take. (August 14, 2014, Page 8)
BLOG — The news on cornerback Tee Shepard isn’t good. (more…) (August 13, 2014)
When Hugh Freeze walked into the IPF’s team meeting room Monday something seemed different.
For months, a lot has been said, both within those walls and on the practice field, regarding the state of the Ole Miss football team. But, more often than not, the question-and-answer sessions have only involved Ole Miss: How was practice? Or the latest scrimmage?
Wearing a button-down shirt and a sports coat, accented by an “Ole Miss” script lapel pin, Freeze was introduced — not that it was really needed — to the media in attendance as “the head football coach of the Ole Miss Rebels” for the first time with an actual game on the horizon. (August 28, 2012, Page 6)