Despite throwing for more than 400 yards and three touchdowns Saturday afternoon, Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace thinks he can play better. (November 11, 2013, Page 1B)
BLOG — Headlines from early in the week that focused on the transgression of Ole Miss quarterback Randall Mackey now includes the transgression of a former Ole Miss quarterback today. (more…) (November 18, 2011)
BLOG: Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt appeared on the Tim Brando Show yesterday and amidst a variety of topics, briefly discussed what the Rebels will need in their next head coach. (more…) (November 9, 2011)
BLOG: The Ole Miss football Rebels held their first scrimmage of the Spring earlier today at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (more…) (April 2, 2011)
Running back Brandon Bolden may have said it best when he said, “Sometimes you just let go of the rope.”
At the half, the Rebels held a commanding 31-10 lead. Not only was the Ole Miss offense scoring almost at will, but the Rebel defense was thwarting its Football Championship Subdivision opponent’s best efforts to march down the field.
Then, for whatever reason, the Rebels let go of the rope as Bolden simply put it. (more…) (September 6, 2010)
So today wasn’t exactly the first official day of Ole Miss football, but it’s close. Today was the first day newcomers were required to be on campus and Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt addressed the media at the Indoor Practice Facility to discuss the youngins, Jeremiah Masoli and more. (more…) (August 6, 2010)
Consider Rodney Scott fully motivated.
During an interview session late last week at the Indoor Practice Facility, the 5-foor-8 (“pushing 5-foot-9”, according to him) running back acknowledged what others are saying about the Rebels’ offense sans Dexter McCluster, Shay Hodge and Jevan Snead:
“The talk of the SEC is that we don’t have any offense, so the offense is working to get better; everybody is working to get better.” (July 6, 2010, Page 6A)
THE GODFREY SHOW – Twelve quarterbacks were selected in the 2010 NFL Draft. Jevan Snead wasn’t one of them. This was not the year for Snead to go pro. Ill-advised? Absolutely. Pick up this week’s issue of Oxford Town and read about Snead’s disappointing NFL draft day and sports columnist Steven Godfrey’s take on the situation. (April 29, 2010, Page 8)
Four Ole Miss players were drafted between the second and sixth rounds of the 2010 NFL Draft over the weekend. Running back/wide receiver Dexter McCluster was the first Rebel selected in the annual draft as he went to the Kansas City Chiefs in the second round, No. 36 overall. Offensive lineman John Jerry followed McCluster as he was selected in the third round (No. 73) by the Miami Dolphins. Both McCluster and Jerry were taken on Friday.
Quarterback Jevan Snead and running back Cordera Eason have signed undrafted free agent deals, according to various sources. (more…) (April 24, 2010)