Sixty-six points and 676 yards. These are the numbers put up by the Texas offense against Ole Miss last season in Oxford.
It is not something easily forgotten by the Rebel defense. In fact, it has been on their minds ever since. (September 12, 2013, Page 9)
Ole Miss was 2-0 a year ago when it entered its home matchup with Texas. In a game that was seen across the nation, the Rebels struggled in their first big spotlight game under Hugh Freeze, and they lost 66-31. (September 9, 2013, Page 4B)
On the surface, Ole Miss’ offense was highly productive against Southeast Missouri. How much the offense produced, though, depended greatly on who was under center. (September 9, 2013, Page 1B)
Ole Miss junior linebacker Serderius Bryant garnered the start in place of the injured Denzel Nkemdiche in Saturday’s 31-13 win over Southeast Missouri at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (more…) (September 8, 2013)
Hugh Freeze’s second full spring as Ole Miss head coach was a lot different than his first and so was the annual Grove Bowl game. Injuries to some key players such as quarterback Bo Wallace, wide receiver Donte Moncrief an defensive end C.J. Johnson prevented Freeze and his staff holding a traditional spring football game Saturday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (more…) (April 15, 2013, Page 9)
If the tackles are the strongest part of the defensive line and the cornerbacks are the deepest part of the secondary, then the linebackers are arguably the deepest position on Ole Miss’ new-look defense.
Even without D.T. Shackelford in the linebacker rotation, the Rebels have as much experience returning as any defensive position heading into the 2012 season. Junior Mike Marry has made 10 starts and played in 22 games the past two years, while senior Joel Kight has played in 37 games during his career and made 114 tackles. Serderius Bryant was listed as the third stinger going into the summer despite the fact he started three games, played in all 12 contests and made 61 tackles as a true freshman. (more…) (August 21, 2012, Page 6)
On Saturday, Ole Miss’ fans got a healthy dose of the freshmen class as the Rebels started six true freshmen (receiver Donte Moncrief, offensive lineman Aaron Morris, linebacker Serderius Bryant, cornerback Senquez Golson, safety Cody Prewitt and defensive end C.J. Johnson). (more…) (November 14, 2011, Page 1B)
This was a man who filled up the Gertrude Ford Performing Arts Center on campus to hold his introductory press conference with media and fans. This was a man who could have been elected mayor after leading the Rebels to back-to-back Cotton Bowl wins in his first two seasons. He was the choice of so many fans when he was hired. He was the man with head coaching experience that everyone was clamoring for. (more…) (November 8, 2011, Page 8)
If they were, it’s hard not to think he wouldn’t come after Ole Miss junior Bryson Rose, who is the hottest kicker in the college game.
Ole Miss may not be producing a lot positive results on the field this season, but the native of Raleigh, N.C., has been completely the opposite. He continued his exceptional season by making two more field goals Saturday against Kentucky at Commonwealth Stadium. (more…) (November 7, 2011, Page 1B)