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Thunder & Lightning: Brian and Joel Hit The Rumblings Mailbag

By Brian Hadad | August 20, 2019

Questions have been flying in ever since Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman began taking them over Twitter, so much so that today’s pod is all listener drive. Get the newest edition of The Rumblings as the guys discuss the Mic Man, historical moments, and changing one movie for the better.

How much do the SEC football programs spend on recruiting

By Michael Borkey | August 20, 2019

A new report came out that showed Ole Miss and Mississippi State are among the bottom in the league in terms of recruiting budget. How far are they behind? The guys of STM broke it down

Borkey Show: Preseason SEC power rankings

By Michael Borkey | August 20, 2019

Every week during the college football season we will power rank the SEC teams 1-14. Knowing full well this will change dramatically after week one, we couldn’t go without doing a preseason ranking…

Thunder & Lightning: Which Mississippi State Players Are Flying Under the Radar?

By Brian Hadad | August 19, 2019

Mississippi State’s summer has been dominated by talk of Tommy Stevens, Kylin Hill, Chauncey Rivers, and Errol Thompson. What players haven’t gotten the headlines, but still stand to make a huge impact on the Bulldogs’ 2019 season. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at several names you need to watch out for this … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Which Mississippi State Players Are Flying Under the Radar?”

Practice report: Luke talks second scrimmage, Rebels still searching for offensive line depth

By Brian Scott Rippee | August 19, 2019

Ole Miss held its second scrimmage of fall camp inside Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on Saturday. The Rebels then turned the page to their third week of fall camp and are just 12 days away from the team’s season opener at Memphis. “I there was a competitive spirit out there that went back-and-for on both sides,” head … Continue reading “Practice report: Luke talks second scrimmage, Rebels still searching for offensive line depth”

Rebel Report: Will Rebels’ defensive line depth aid pass rush woes?

By Brian Scott Rippee | August 19, 2019

Brian Scott Rippee and Collin Brister discuss fall camp highlights, Sammy Hunter hoops news and one hell of a weekend for Mississippi golf.  

Thunder & Lightning: Has Mississippi State Decided on Its Quarterback?

By Brian Hadad | August 18, 2019

Mississippi State put its second scrimmage of fall camp into the books, and with kickoff now less than two weeks away, it appears Joe Moorhead has all but made his final decision at quarterback. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at Moorhead’s post practice comments regarding the time frame before the job is … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Has Mississippi State Decided on Its Quarterback?”

WATCH: Mississippi State’s Joe Moorhead Discusses His Team’s Scrimmage & More

By Brian Hadad | August 17, 2019

Mississippi State took the field under the lights at Davis Wade Stadium on Saturday night, as the Bulldogs went through their second full scrimmage of fall camp. Coach Joe Moorhead spoke with the local media following practice to discuss what he and his staff saw on the field, and some potential issues off of it … Continue reading “WATCH: Mississippi State’s Joe Moorhead Discusses His Team’s Scrimmage & More”

Practice Report: Givens progressing, Rebels building depth on the defensive line

By Brian Scott Rippee | August 16, 2019

Ole Miss is now through two full weeks of fall camp and will have its second scrimmage on Saturday, just 14 days away from the team’s season opener against Memphis in the Liberty Bowl. Here are some news and notes from Friday’s practice. — Alex Givens was out on the practice field on Friday morning, … Continue reading “Practice Report: Givens progressing, Rebels building depth on the defensive line”

Golson, Alford recall two-sport challenges Ealy and Plumlee are set to face

By Brian Scott Rippee | August 16, 2019

Senquez Golson could feel himself hitting a wall. It was the spring of 2012, and as the calendar turned to May, fatigue began to set in. Golson was roughly six months removed from his first season of college football, a freshman campaign that saw him play in all 12 games and make four starts at … Continue reading “Golson, Alford recall two-sport challenges Ealy and Plumlee are set to face”