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Friday, April 18, 2014

Cliff COleman

No case of the Mondays: Freeze excited for what’s next

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)

DE Ward makes first appearance at practice

Being the new guy is almost never easy, both in school and on the football field.

Recently cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse, former Aberdeen standout and Under Armour All-American Channing Ward participated in his first Ole Miss practice Tuesday. (more…) (August 22, 2012, Page 6)

Mathews seeing renewed camaraderie

This summer there has been a lot of emphasis put on coming together as a team for the Ole Miss football squad.

When discussing the pitfalls and woes of last season’s four-win campaign, players bring up a lack of camaraderie and leadership.

That won’t be the case this season, at least if the players have learned from last year. (July 18, 2011, Page 6)

Rebels add 22 on National Signing Day

OLE MISS FOOTBALL — A strong final push turned into an outstanding National Signing Day for the Ole Miss football program and Houston Nutt Wednesday. Ole Miss was able to sign some important players for the 2010 class and, in the process, vault up the national recruiting rankings. The Rebels signed 22 new players in addition to two junior college players the team signed in December. (February 6, 2010, Page 6)

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