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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Ole Miss football

VIDEO: Rebels get back in flow, prep for Memphis

BLOG — Game week is back for Ole Miss as the Rebels prepare for Saturday’s game against Memphis at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (6:30 p.m., FSN). (more…) (September 22, 2014)

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    Saying goodbye to Stan

    Columnist Steve Stricker says goodbye to Stan Sandroni who died suddenly Sept. 11 from a heart attack. (September 21, 2014, Page 1C)

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      Ole Miss RB Wilkins returns to practice

      Ole Miss has one of its running backs back. It’s waiting on another. I’Tavius Mathers and Jordan Wilkins were both knocked out of the Rebels’ rout of Louisiana-Lafayette early with injuries. Mathers sprained a big toe while Wilkins suffered a sprained ankle and took a hit to the knee that required an MRI to determine the severity. But results showed nothing more than a mild sprain of Wilkins’ MCL, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said, and Wilkins was back at practice on Wednesday. (September 18, 2014, Page 8)

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        Here’s hoping for long stay in Top 10

        The Ole Miss football team is in a rare place for post-John Vaught era teams — The AP Top 10. “Our View” takes a look at how Coach Hugh Freeze and his Rebels got there and what it will take to stay. (September 18, 2014, Page 4)

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          NASCAR driver Stenhouse Jr. makes pit stop at Ole Miss’ practice

          NASCAR Sprint Cup driver, and friend of head coach Hugh Freeze, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. visited the campus of Ole Miss Tuesday to talk to several student groups about the upcoming Talladega races in October. While in town he caught up with Freeze and spent some time on the field during football practice catching passes from quarterback Bo Wallace. (September 17, 2014, Page 6)

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            NOTEBOOK: Ole Miss brushing off the hype amid lofty ranking

            Ole Miss hasn’t had a number this low next to its name in six seasons. Not that it means a whole lot right now. The Rebels (3-0) came in at No. 12 in this week’s Amway coaches poll and jumped up four spots to No. 10 in The Associated Press top 25, their highest ranking since Jevan Snead and company took a No. 4 ranking to South Carolina on Sept. 24, 2009, only to lose it four quarters later with a 16-10 loss. (September 16, 2014, Page 8)

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              VIDEO: Ole Miss aims to stay focused with lofty ranking

              BLOG — Ole Miss hasn’t had a number this low next to its name in six seasons. Not that it means a whole lot right now. (more…) (September 15, 2014)

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                Wallace, Rebels rout UL-Lafayette, 56-15

                It’s getting difficult not to think about what might be when Alabama visits Oxford in three weeks.  The second-ranks Tide has to get past Florida next weekend at home, but Alabama and No. 14 Ole Miss seem destined for a matchup of SEC unbeatens on Oct. 4, especially after the Rebels’ 56-15 dismantling of Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday afternoon in front of 60,937 fans at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. (September 14, 2014, Page 1B)

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                  NOTEBOOK: Sanders’ career day leads Ole Miss over Ragin’ Cajuns

                  Vince Sanders was having an OK start to the 2014 season with seven catches for 100 yards in the first two games. Saturday, in Ole Miss’ 56-15 win over Louisiana-Lafayette, the Rebel senior wideout had a career day. (September 14, 2014, Page 1B)

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                    COLUMN: Rebels can win lots of games with this version of Wallace

                    You can blame Bo Wallace if you want. You’d be wrong. (September 14, 2014, Page 1B)

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