Ole Miss Practice Report: Rebel Linebackers Preparing For Shifts and Motions in Razorback Offense

Ole Miss’ upcoming game against Arkansas in Little Rock on Saturday is an interesting one in the sense that it can swing the momentum pendulum fairly violently in either direction depending on the result.  A win against a 1-5 Razorback team that is betting to find its offensive identity could put the Rebels at 5-2 … Continue reading “Ole Miss Practice Report: Rebel Linebackers Preparing For Shifts and Motions in Razorback Offense”

Ole Miss Monday Presser Notes: Miller, Hartsfield Day-to-Day

Ole Miss will find out a lot about itself through the remaining six games it has left on its schedule, beginning this weekend when the Rebels head to Little Rock to take on a 1-5 Arkansas team looking for a break through opportunity. Some news and notes from Matt Luke’s Monday press conference: Miller and … Continue reading “Ole Miss Monday Presser Notes: Miller, Hartsfield Day-to-Day”

Rebels Get Glimpse at Offensive Future as Corral Sees First Extensive Action

It was a record-setting day for an Ole Miss offense looking to get back on track after a rough showing in a loss to LSU. The Rebels compiled 826 yards of offense — a school record — in a 70-14 rout over Louisiana-Monroe. The offense scored touchdowns on its first nine drives of the game. … Continue reading “Rebels Get Glimpse at Offensive Future as Corral Sees First Extensive Action”

Shorthanded Ole Miss Defense Looked Better, But More to be Learned in Upcoming Stretch

The minutiae of it all wasn’t glamorous or visually appeasing at times, but the results for the Ole Miss defense in its 70-21 win over Louisiana Monroe were certainly a positive sign in a season in which optics have been the overarching theme. The Rebels gave up 263 first half yards to the Warhawks and … Continue reading “Shorthanded Ole Miss Defense Looked Better, But More to be Learned in Upcoming Stretch”

Will Scottie Phillips’ Workload Increase in the Ole Miss Offense?

The lone constant through five games in an erratic Ole Miss offense has been running back Scottie Phillips, a junior college transfer tasked with filling the biggest perceived hole the Rebels had on the offensive side of the football heading into the season. Phillips has done more than fill the void Jordan Wilkins — the … Continue reading “Will Scottie Phillips’ Workload Increase in the Ole Miss Offense?”

Ole Miss Wednesday Practice Report: Linton Talks Return to Secondary

It has been a chaotic week of sorts for an Ole Miss secondary reacting to the blow of its third season-ending injury in five weeks. It was announced on Tuesday that senior safety C.J. Moore will miss the remainder of the season with a torn pectoral muscle. This comes after cornerback Jaylon Jones and nickel … Continue reading “Ole Miss Wednesday Practice Report: Linton Talks Return to Secondary”

Ole Miss Tuesday Practice Report: C.J. Moore Out 4-5 Months

C.J. Moore’s torn pectoral muscle will likely require a 4-5 month recovery period, co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach Jason Jones said after practice on Tuesday. Moore’s injury was made public by Matt Luke at Monday’s press conference, but they had hoped Moore would only be out a couple of weeks. Luke said it could possibly … Continue reading “Ole Miss Tuesday Practice Report: C.J. Moore Out 4-5 Months”

Ole Miss Hoops Hits The Practice Floor to Kickoff 2018-19 Season

Ole Miss hit the practice floor and officially began its 2018-19 season on Monday, marking the beginning of the Kermit Davis era. The Rebels return five players with significant game experience – Breein Tyree, Terence Davis, Dominik Olejnizak, Bruce Stevens and Devontae Shuler, meaning there are a host of newcomers and some returners with little … Continue reading “Ole Miss Hoops Hits The Practice Floor to Kickoff 2018-19 Season”

Ole Miss Monday Presser Notes: C.J. Moore is Latest Blow to Depleted Secondary

Following a disastrous 45-16 loss to LSU, Matt Luke addressed the loss at his weekly Monday press conference. The Rebels were penalized 17 times for 167 yards. That coupled with the inconsistent play on the field contributed to an ugly defeat. “We didn’t have the consistency or the discipline that it takes to win on … Continue reading “Ole Miss Monday Presser Notes: C.J. Moore is Latest Blow to Depleted Secondary”

Sloppy Performance Leads to Familiar Result For Ole Miss in Loss to LSU

For Ole Miss, the game closely mirrored the nasty, rainy weather in Baton Rouge on Saturday night. Ole Miss was penalized 17 times for 167 yards, sputtered on offense and left a depth-deficient defense on the field for nearly 2/3 off the football game, a 35-minute period that saw them give up 573 yards of … Continue reading “Sloppy Performance Leads to Familiar Result For Ole Miss in Loss to LSU”

Beat Reporter’s Take: Five Questions For LSU Reporter Brody Miller

Introducing a new Friday content item: Beat Reporter’s take. Brody Miller covers LSU for NOLA.com and joined us to talk about this Ole Miss-LSU matchup. He shared his thoughts on the LSU offensive line, running backs, Joe Burrow and more. 1. Obviously the LSU offensive line is banged up and is a concern. As of this writing, … Continue reading “Beat Reporter’s Take: Five Questions For LSU Reporter Brody Miller”

Ole Miss Wednesday Practice report: Luke Updates Injuries, Ta’amu Discusses LSU Defense

Ole Miss is winding down its week of practice in preparation for a road test at LSU on Saturday evening. Matt Luke, Jordan Ta’amu and Josiah Coatney shared some thoughts concerning health, the upcoming test in Death Valley and more. Injury Notes: Not much has changed from Tuesday. Matt Luke confirmed that he expects senior … Continue reading “Ole Miss Wednesday Practice report: Luke Updates Injuries, Ta’amu Discusses LSU Defense”