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Nutt focused on football, not emotions of return to Ark.

Apparently Houston Nutt used to coach at Arkansas.

During Monday’s regularly scheduled press conference at the Indoor Practice Facility, Nutt brushed off a question regarding his trip back to Arkansas, where he coached for 10 seasons.

Asked if he felt there were still emotions surrounding his pending trip back to Fayetteville, Ark., Nutt said: “I think it has died down a little bit. I am sure there is a few people that still want to see Houston Nutt beat. The thing I am more concerned about is being focused on the task at hand. (October 19, 2010, Page 8)

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    Penalties, Richardson do in Rebs

    Ole Miss proved to be a hospitable guest Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

    Critical penalties, a slow first half and a busted tackle on Trent Richardson’s 85-yard touchdown reception proved to be too much on Saturday as the Ole Miss Rebels fell at No. 8 Alabama 23-10.

    By the end of the game, the Rebels, who entered the game as the Southeastern Conference’s least-penalized team, committed 10 penalties for 106 yards. (October 18, 2010, Page 1B)

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      Rebs stacking building blocks with defensive effort

      Heading into Saturday’s game, it would be have been fair to say Ole Miss’ defense had been a liability, allowing a league-worst 32.6 points per game.

      That wasn’t the case at all on Saturday at Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium as the Rebels held a Tide team that had been averaging 35 points to 23, its second-lowest output of the season.

      Ole Miss also held Alabama to 97.5 fewer yards rushing (100) than its average dictated.

      With the exception of Trent Richardson’s 85-yard touchdown on third-and-long, the Rebels played sound defensively and swarmed to the ball carrier when either Richardson or Mark Ingram had the ball.

      Following the game, the coaching staff agreed it was a performance the team can build on moving forward. (October 18, 2010, Page 1B)

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        Rebels fall at Alabama despite solid defensive effort

        TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Hello from No. 8 Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium. Tonight’s kickoff is set for 8:10 and will be broadcast on ESPN2. (more…) (October 16, 2010)

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          Rebels have chance to accomplish rarity at Alabama on Saturday

          A huge opportunity to post a rare road win over No. 8 Alabama has been the driving theme of the Ole Miss coaches and players this week. Buoyed by an off week to mend injures and the Crimson Tide’s loss to South Carolina, the Rebels have come across as inspired heading into the game rather than worried about facing an upset Alabama team looking to rebound. (October 15, 2010, Page 6A)

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            Ole Miss finally gets mascot

            SPORTS EDITOR BLOG — It took over seven years to get it right, but the choice of the Bear as the on-field, on-court, on-site mascot at Ole Miss was a good one. (more…) (October 14, 2010)

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              Letter to the Editor

              Franklin L. Foster writes to tell of his party’s experience as visiting fans from Kentucky for the recent Ole Miss-Kentucky football game. Foster praised the community for its friendliness and cleanliness. (October 14, 2010, Page 4)

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                Rebels to lean on Swindall at ‘Bama

                Starting a new center against one of the nation’s best defenses isn’t exactly what Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt would have planned two weeks ago, but it’s the situation he now faces with starter A.J. Hawkins banged up.

                Freshman Evan Swindall has been practicing as the team’s new No. 1 center with Hawkins still recovering from an injury suffered against Kentucky.

                The 6-foot-3, 295-pound Swindall came in late for Hawkins against the Wildcats and it appears that he will start for the Rebels when they take on No. 8 Alabama in Tuscaloosa Saturday night. (October 14, 2010, Page 7)

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                  Shackelford inspired by bye week victory

                  It’s funny how work can sometimes follow you home.

                  Last weekend D.T. Shackelford got away from it all — or tried to at least.

                  Taking advantage of the bye week, the sophomore linebacker packed his bags and went home to Decatur, Ala., to re-charge and see family.

                  While there he got a chance to see his alma mater, the Austin Black Bears, take on higher ranked Gadsden City and win.

                  The last-second 33-30 upset got Shackelford thinking about Ole Miss’ similar task at hand, which according to Shackelford, was a good thing after all. (October 13, 2010, Page 6)

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                    Rested Rebels turn focus to No. 8 Alabama Crimson Tide

                    Rested and ready for the final stretch of the Southeastern Conference schedule, Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt talked about his Rebels coming off a bye week and the challenge of playing No. 8 Alabama on the road during his weekly press conference Monday.

                    Nutt said that the team’s lone off week did some good from a health standpoint. (October 12, 2010, Page 8)

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