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Rebels overwhelm Presbyterian College in rout

No. 12 Ole Miss jumped on its lone Football Championship Subdivision opponent of the season, got its backups a ton of snaps and overwhelmed Presbyterian College for a 48-0 win in front of 60,546 fans clad mostly in red and blue. Ole Miss (8-2 overall) had a handful of starters sitting with injuries, but it didn’t stop the Rebels from turning in gobs of big plays against the overmatched Blue Hose (5-5) and ending a two-game losing streak heading into its second bye week of the season. (November 9, 2014, Page 1B)

NOTEBOOK: Freeze gives glimpse into future at QB position

As was expected, Ole Miss jumped out to a 35-0 lead at halftime Saturday against Presbyterian College. That large lead meant starting quarterback Bo Wallace’s day was done and it gave the fans a glimpse into what the future could potentially look like at the position as the Rebels went on to complete a 48-0 victory. (November 9, 2014, Page 1B)

COLUMN: Easy win follows script for OM

That was easy enough. Ole Miss showed no signs of a hangover after a pair of heart-stopping losses that could’ve made it hard for anybody to blame the Rebels if they did come out lethargic against an opponent they were going to beat by however many points they wanted to anyway. (November 9, 2014, Page 1B)

Dodson, Wilkins awaken OM run game

Ole Miss’ running game had been stagnant at best. Saturday against Presbyterian College, it decided to wake up. The Rebels, 48-0 winners in the non-conference game at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, had their best performance on the ground this season with 402 yards. The best effort before Saturday was 214 yards against Louisiana-Lafayette. (November 9, 2014, Page 2B)

Freeze not concerned with scoreboard Saturday

For obvious reasons, it has been a tough week for No. 12 Ole Miss to remain motivated. After five straight weeks of preparing for a Southeastern Conference opponent, the Rebels are spending this week preparing for Saturday’s game against Presbyterian (11 a.m., SEC Network) before entering their final bye week of the season. (November 6, 2014, Page 7A)

NOTEBOOK: Ole Miss defense no match for Tigers’ offense

The Ole Miss defense had allowed just eight touchdowns all season. Saturday night the Auburn offense scored five in a 35-31 victory over the Rebels at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. It was not the best outing for one of the nation’s best defenses, which allowed more than 20 points for the first time in 10 games. (November 2, 2014, Page 1B)

COLUMN: Freeze now faced with his toughest coaching job

Ole Miss was so close. Now the Rebels are far away. If you can think of worse way Saturday night’s game against Auburn could’ve ended for Ole Miss, I’m all ears. (November 2, 2014, Page 1B)

Tunsil practicing, Still will try for Ole Miss

During fall camp and through the course of the regular season, the lack of depth on Ole Miss’ offensive line has been a concern and was the one group that had to stay healthy. Not only did the Rebels suffer two injuries last week, they occurred to starting center Ben Still and arguably their best player at the position, left tackle Laremy Tunsil. Still missed the game against LSU, but Tunsil injured his bicep during and was missed badly. (October 30, 2014, Page 7A)

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)

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