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Gross earning early playing time for Rebs

A quick glance at Ole Miss’ depth chart shows only one true freshman atop his position: Issac Gross.

For the third consecutive week, the 6-foot-1, 254-pound Gross is penciled in as the Rebels’ starter at nose tackle ahead of senior Gilbert Pena and redshirt freshman Woodrow Hamilton. (more…) (September 14, 2012, Page 7A)

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    Rebels have nothing to lose against Texas, which could make them very dangerous

    COLUMN: No one on the red and blue side of this weekend’s sideshow of a football game is going to admit it’s a mulligan, but in the grand scheme, it is.

    Ole Miss enters a game with Big 12 power Texas with virtually nothing to lose. The Rebels have matched their win total of 2011 before September 15, and having been tabbed as likely the worst team of 2012 in the SEC before the year started, no one expected — or expects — them to beat the ‘Horns. (more…) (September 13, 2012, Page 10)

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      New-look Rebels turn sights to Longhorns

      The Ole Miss Rebels are currently in some rather unfamiliar territory.

      For starters, the Rebels are 2-0 for the first time since the 2009 season and received votes in a national poll (USA Today/ESPN Coaches Poll) for the first time since the 2010 preseason. (more…) (September 11, 2012, Page 8)

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        UPDATED: SEC suspends Elston

        BLOG: According to a release from Ole Miss, freshman defensive back Trae Elston has been suspended for the Texas game due to a hit late in the UTEP game. (more…) (September 11, 2012)

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          Freeze, Wallace discuss the Rebels’ win, No. 14 Texas and more

          VIDEO BLOG: Ole Miss first-year coach Hugh Freeze met with the media earlier today for his usual Monday press conference to discuss the weekend that was and the week ahead. (more…) (September 10, 2012)

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            Rebels strike gold against UTEP

            Prior to the season, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze was asked what his thoughts were on the Rebels playing host to perennial power Texas during Week 3.

            Without skipping a beat, Freeze replied “Are we 2-0?”

            As it turns out, the Rebels are.

            Saturday, Ole Miss overcame a third-quarter lull to remain undefeated with a 28-10 victory over UTEP. (September 10, 2012, Page 1B)

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              Freeze happy Greer finds way onto scoresheet

              Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze lit up during his post game press conference when asked about H.R. Greer’s touchdown catch.

              The 3-yard pass and catch from quarterback Bo Wallace marked just his second career touchdown and capped Ole Miss’ scoring for the night with 11:18 remaining in the game.

              After coming out of the backfield, Greer caught Wallace’s pass and was able to beat UTEP’s defenders and dive over the front right pylon of the end zone for the touchdown. (September 10, 2012, Page 1B)

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                Rebels strike gold against Miners

                BLOG: Ole Miss will look to earn its first winning streak since the 2010 season today when it hosts UTEP at 6 p.m.

                The game will be broadcast on FSN and can be heard as always on the Ole Miss Radio Network. (more…) (September 8, 2012)

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                  UTEP blisters the Rebels in 1967 Sun Bowl

                  Columnist Jack Mayfield remembers when Ole Miss went head-to-head to Texas-El Paso in 1967. (September 7, 2012, Page 3B)

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                    If Rebels can win more than the half, they’ll win Saturday

                    COLUMN: It had been a parade of symbolic wins for Hugh Freeze, at least up until last Saturday. Winning back enthusiasm for the Ole Miss program by sharing his own genuine love of the university when he was first hired. Winning the war of academic attrition after he inherited a huge amount of eligibility issues. Winning the future by installing an aggressive and downright fun offense for fans. (more…) (September 6, 2012, Page 9)

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