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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Shay Hodge

Hodge passes Collins as Ole Miss’ all-time leader

OLE MISS FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK — Receiver Shay Hodge passes Chris Collins in Ole Miss’ record books; Players never lost faith after quarterback Jevan Snead was knocked out of the Cotton Bowl momentarily; Trahan says 15-yard penalty for excessive celebration was worth it; Rebels give kudos to Oklahoma State defenders that stopped Ole Miss junior defensive tackle Jerrell Powe on two goal line stands; Ole Miss senior cornerback Cassius Vaughn says the Southeastern Conference is No. 1; Playing in Cowboys Stadium was a dream come true for Vaughn. (January 4, 2010, Page 2B)

Ole Miss coaching staff looks to next season

OLE MISS FOOTBALL — Offensive coordinator Kent Austin has already started thinking about life without Dexter McCluster and Shay Hodge. (January 4, 2010, Page 3B)

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