Hard work is something all the Ole Miss football players have had to used to this offseason. For sophomore linebacker Mike Marry, putting in the hours to improve both physically and mentally doesn’t seem to be a problem.
For one of the many Rebels who is looking to put the results of the 2010 season behind them, Marry has seen his teammates improve under the direction of strength coach Don Decker over the last few months. (July 1, 2011, Page 8A)
The good news keeps coming for the Ole Miss football team. Joining recent qualifiers Tobias Singleton and Jamal Mosley is South Panola All-American Nick Brassell.
According to RebelGrove.com and The Ole Miss Spirit, Brassell received news on Wednesday that he has achieved a qualifying ACT score and is enrolled in Ole Miss’ second summer session. (more…) (June 30, 2011, Page 6)
Ole Miss tight end signee Jamal Mosley confirmed via text message he received good news this morning when he found out he had been cleared academically to play for the Rebels this season. (June 29, 2011, Page 6)
There is belief among college football coaches that having a strong and dependable offensive line will help determine a team’s success each fall more than any other position on the field. If that is truly the case, then the Ole Miss Rebels and coach Houston Nutt look to have made the line’s future that much stronger with the verbal commitment of Indiana native Jake Meador.
Former standout Madison Central receiver Tobias Singleton confirmed via text message Monday evening that he has qualified to enroll at Ole Miss with an ACT score of 24.
Ole Miss junior wide receiver Ja-Mes Logan said he and the rest of the team’s receivers have something to prove heading into the 2011 season. In a year where there is no proven No. 1 receiver for a quarterback to throw to, Logan is hoping that he can fill that role sooner rather than later for the Rebels. (June 27, 2011, Page 7)
BLOG — Ole Miss offensive line coach Mike Markuson has to be smiling today after the Rebels picked up a big commitment at the tackle position Sunday morning. (more…) (June 26, 2011)
Carlton Martin was used to being in the trenches, battling with opposing linemen to bring down the ball carrier.
During an informal interview with reporters at Ole Miss’ Indoor Practice Facility on Tuesday the former Blinn (Texas) Community College All-American was asked what goals he has for the summer.
The talented return man/receiver wasted no time replying that he’s looking to gain more flexibility while also adding weight to his frame 5-foot-10 frame. (June 23, 2011, Page 6)
It’s not often that you find football players who are marking off days on the calendar for the start of two-a-day practices, but Kentrell Lockett isn’t your normal, run-of-the-mill player either. (more…) (June 15, 2011, Page 8)