Hugh Freeze's Ole Miss Rebels took part in the annual Grove Bowl on Saturday, April 13, in front of an announced crowd of 28,000.
It provided Ole Miss fans with their first chance to see their team since the Rebels won the 2013 BBVA Compass Bowl in early January.
While starting quarterback Bo Wallace remains sidelined as he recovers from shoulder surgery, reserve QBs Barry Brunetti and Maikhail Miller (among others) had a chance to show the Rebel faithful what they could do with the myriad of offensive weapons in Oxford.
With players like defensive end C.J. Johnson and tight end Christian Morgan injured and wide receiver Donte Moncrief seeing only very limited action as a medical precaution, the format for the spring game was a mix between a scrimmage and practice drills.
Nevertheless, Rebel fans got a chance to see their team ahead of the summer.
Let's dig into some of the winners and losers of Ole Miss' spring practice this year.