1. Three Potential Breakout Players for Ole Miss in 2010

    With fall camp in full swing , there have been many players who have impressed so far. Jerrell Powe, Jonathan Cornell, Rishaw Johnson are among the few who have shown that they are ready for what the SEC schedule has ahead...

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  2. Ole Miss Quarterback Competition: Who Will Win the Starting Job?

    Around this time a year ago, the Ole Miss depth chart at quarterback was set. Obviously, hyped with his own website (Need4Snead.com), Jevan Snead was the starter with redshirt freshman Nathan Stanley being the backup...

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  3. Ole Miss-Alabama: Jevan Snead's Performance Crucial to Rebels in SEC Clash

    As the No. 20 Ole Miss Rebels prepare for their toughest test of the year, one of the keys for success obviously lies with the play of quarterback Jevan Snead...

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  4. So, Where Do The Rebels Go From Here?

    It was time to step up. It was time to say, “We're #4 for a reason.” And then, Thursday happened. Ole Miss had the chance last night to step up and show the world they were a legit elite football team...

    Derek Stephens Written by Derek Stephens about 5 years ago 318 reads 1 comments

  5. SEC Primetime Showdown: No. 4 Ole Miss vs. South Carolina Preview

    The No. 4 Ole Miss Rebels (2-0) open up their SEC season against South Carolina (2-1, 0-1 SEC) on Thursday night during the primetime slot on ESPN. Although South Carolina is unranked, many sources believe this will be a very close game...

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  6. Five Burning Answers Regarding the Ole Miss Rebels

    If you recall, earlier this week I published an article, Five Burning Questions Regarding the Ole Miss Rebels. As the season progresses, I feel there are five real questions for the Ole Miss team that could deeply affect the rest of their season...

    Derek Stephens Written by Derek Stephens about over 5 years ago 358 reads 1 comments

  7. Five Burning Questions Regarding The Ole Miss Rebels

    As we are now two weeks in the college football season, the Ole Miss Rebels are obviously in uncharted waters. They've started 2-0 for the first time since 2002, and are currently ranked No...

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  8. The Cupcakes Are Over for the Rebs

    It's been fun, but it's time. The coaches are ready, the players are ready, and the fans are ready. They've beaten down Memphis and Southeastern Louisiana, woohoo. Despite being 2-0 and gaining a No...

    Derek Stephens Written by Derek Stephens about over 5 years ago 356 reads 1 comments

  9. No.8 Ole Miss Starts Slow, Tame Tigers 45-14

    Ole Miss had three first half turnovers, but bounced back in the fourth quarter by scoring 28 points and defeated the Memphis Tigers 45-14 in front of 45,207 at the Liberty Bowl...

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  10. The Story of Brandon Bolden: Proving the Doubters Wrong

    Brandon Bolden was just your average high school football recruit, so said the experts. The 5'11", 220-pound athlete from Scotlandville, LA, the grandson of former Kansas City Chief running back Frank Pitts, was rated three stars by Rivals...

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  11. Top Five Reasons Why Ole Miss Could Land a BCS Berth

    You've heard the hype. The preseason buzz for Ole Miss is evident through the national media's attention on a team that is two years removed from a winless SEC season...

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  12. Ole Miss Rebels Spring Report

    It's football time once again. As BleacherReport.com's community leader for Ole Miss sports, we will get some in-depth looks at a potential top 10 preseason team in Ole Miss...

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  13. Key Cotton Bowl Matchup: Can the Landsharks Get to Graham Harrell?

    Houston Nutt and No. 20 Ole Miss will face off against the No. 7 Texas Tech Red Raiders (11-1) on Jan. 2 at 1 p.m. CT in Dallas in the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. Since the matchup was announced on Dec...

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  14. Ole Miss Vs. Texas Tech in Cotton Bowl

    As the bowl selection show was shown across the country with almost every avid college football fan tuned in, Ole Miss fans found out they would not be headed to Orlando to face Michigan State...

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  15. Why Ole Miss Deserves the Capital One Bowl over Georgia

    Ole Miss may be peaking at the right time. Ole Miss sits 8-4, after yesterday's whipping of their archrival Mississippi State 45-0, in front of Capital One representatives, who came away impressed...

    Derek Stephens Written by Derek Stephens about 6 years ago 6,981 reads 90 comments

  16. Bowling Scenarios: Where Will Ole Miss Land?

    It's getting toward that time of year again. Bowl season. If you're an Ole Miss fan like myself, Christmas came early last Saturday, as we witnessed the Rebels claim a 59-0 smackdown of Louisiana Monroe...

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  17. Ole Miss and LSU: Rivalry Renewed

    This Saturday, Ole Miss will be traveling to Baton Rouge, LA, not for just bragging rights, but for sole possession of second place in the SEC West and a likely Cotton Bowl berth. The LSU vs...

    Derek Stephens Written by Derek Stephens about 6 years ago 2,429 reads 8 comments

  18. Arkansas Fans Should Cheer, Not Boo Houston Nutt

    "Ain't Nuttin' Better Than 0-3 In the SEC". This was a slogan Arkansas donors chose to fly over Reynolds Razorback Stadium during the Razorback's loss vs. Auburn on October 13th, 2007. Don't donate to the athletic fund...

    Derek Stephens Written by Derek Stephens about 6 years ago 729 reads 0 comments

  19. 3-4 Deceiving for Ole Miss Vs. Arkansas

    Three wins and four losses. Two different roads. That's the point I'm trying to prove today. Although Arkansas and Ole Miss have identical records, as an Ole Miss fan, I'm kind of puzzled as ...

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  20. Wacky Week Five: How the SEC Looks Now

    Ole Miss goes into the Swamp and escapes with a 31-30 win over Florida, Alabama slams Georgia in the first half 31-0 and holds on for the victory, and Auburn holds off Tennessee 14-12...

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  21. Upset Special: Ole Miss over (4) Florida, 31-30

    When I said the key of the game for the Ole Miss Rebels was to blitz Tim Tebow, I found it very ironic on 4th-and-1, trailing by one, Tim Tebow is stuffed by the Ole Miss blitz to seal the upset and shock around the world for Ole Miss and Houston Nutt...

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  22. Florida vs. Ole Miss -- Game Preview

    The last series Ole Miss had with Florida in 2003, Ole Miss defeated Florida 20-17 in what was an upset at the time but ended up showing that Ole Miss was the better team that year...

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  23. Three Reasons for Ole Miss's Decline After Promising Start

    After the Week Two loss against Wake Forest, many Ole Miss fans were devastated, but they knew their Rebels were the real deal. Now the crystal ball doesn't look as clear as it did over two weeks ago, as Ole Miss sits 2-2 going into Florida on Saturday.

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  24. After Vanderbilt, Ole Miss Stands at a Crossroads

    If you told me that Ole Miss would commit six—I repeat six—turnovers against Vanderbilt, I would be thinking of a score of something like 42-14...

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  25. What's the Outlook for Ole Miss' Season Through Three Games?

    Through three games, Ole Miss has had some progress and a little setback, but overall, the Rebels have looked completely different from last year's squad...

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