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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Ed Orgeron

Walking around in other folks’ skin

Editor Don Whitten looks at the excitement surrounding the success of the 2014 Ole Miss football team and points out the different feelings that Rebel fans are experiencing before and during games. (October 22, 2014, Page 4A)

Expect a close game, not a win, Saturday

Rest assured, this won’t be the David Cutcliffe loss. It probably won’t be the Ed Orgeron loss, but it might be the Houston Nutt loss. (September 27, 2013, Page 7A)

Is coaching search winding down?

AROUND THE NET: Late last night several reports surfaced that former Ed Orgeron assistant and current Arkansas State head coach Hugh Freeze is expected to be offered — and accept — the Ole Miss gig. (more…) (December 4, 2011)

Coaching merry-go-round has to stop at UM

All of the smoke surrounding the Ole Miss football program flamed up big-time Monday with the announcement that Houston Nutt will end his coaching career here this season. Editor Don Whitten takes a look at the past and future of the program, which will soon have its fourth head coach in a decade, and writes that a long-term commitment is essential for success for the Rebels. (November 8, 2011, Page 4)

The ‘Ballad’ of Big Powe

THE GODFREY SHOW – The five-star defensive tackle Jerrell Powe has traveled quite a path getting to where he is today,  an impact player on the Rebel defense. Oxford Town sports columnist Steven Godfrey dissects Powe’s journey to stardom and explains why this season will be Powe’s to shine. (April 8, 2010, Page 10)

Bolden’s season to carry, Sowell’s to redeem

THE GODFREY SHOW – Oxford Town columnist Steve Godfrey takes a look into Ole Miss football in the middle of spring drills, taking notice of running back Brandon Bolden and tackle Bradley Sowell and what they mean to the 2010 Rebels. (April 1, 2010, Page 8)

Langston Rogers leaves lasting impression

Ole Miss Sports Information Director Langston Rogers has been in the business for almost 50 years, including the past 30 with the Rebels. Take a look at Rogers’ influence on college athletics and the people in it as he gets set to retire later this spring. (February 17, 2010, Page 4)

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