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SEC announces new scheduling format

Birmingham, Ala. —The Southeastern Conference has decided toe tick with its current football scheduling format of eight league games and a permanent non-divison rival. (April 28, 2014, Page 9)

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    BLOG: SEC announces future football scheduling format

    BLOG — In two years, Ole Miss’ football team will be required to schedule at least one opponent from the Big 12, Big 10, ACC or the Pac 12. (more…) (April 27, 2014)

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      OM’s Shackelford healthy heading into final season

      It would’ve been easy for Deterrian Shackelford to go out on the high of a defensive MVP award in Ole Miss’ Music City Bowl victory and try to go make some money at the next level while fully healthy. (April 4, 2014, Page 6A)

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        Vanderbilt-Ole Miss game moving to LP Field

        NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Ole Miss’ 2014 Southeastern Conference opener against Vanderbilt on Sept. 6 will be staged in Nashville’s LP Field. (April 4, 2014, Page 7A)

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          Jones getting comfortable at corner

          This time a year ago, Derrick Jones was preparing to compete for playing time with the rest of Ole Miss’ wide receivers once he arrived in Oxford. Now Jones is busy learning how to cover them. (April 3, 2014, Page 10)

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            Tunsil puts future aside to focus on present

            Laremy Tunsil is no stranger to accolades. The rising sophomore possessed a blend of size, athleticism and footwork rarely seen in offensive linemen at the high school level, making him the top tackle prospect in the 2013 class as ranked by every major recruiting service an one of the country’s most sought-after players coming out of Columbia High in Lake City, Fla. (April 2, 2014, Page 10)

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              Freeze ‘not a fan’ of Rebels’ latest practice

              Hugh Freeze’s post-practice analysis has normally been filled with praise for his team this spring, offering glowing remarks on the Rebels’ ability to bring maximum energy and effort to the field while not letting the performance of one practice — good or bad — affect the next. (April 1, 2014, Page 8)

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                Freeze pleased with scrimmage results

                What Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze saw on film from his team’s first spring scrimmage last Saturday was pretty standard. At times, the Rebels looked good. Other times, not so much. (March 25, 2014, Page 8)

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                  VIDEO: Last year’s freshmen talk spring, development

                  BLOG — There was one major difference between Monday’s spring practice and the rest of Ole Miss’ football workouts going back to when the Rebels were preparing for last season: the freshmen could talk about it afterward. (more…) (March 24, 2014)

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                    Rebels get back to work after week off

                    Ole Miss’ football team resumed spring drills on Monday after a week off for spring break, and coach Hugh Freeze admitted he wasn’t sure what to expect from his team returning from an extended layoff. (March 18, 2014, Page 8)

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