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T&L SEC Preview: Swamp247’s Bob Redman Previews the Florida Gators

By Brian Hadad | July 1, 2020

Year three for Dan Mullen in Gainesville sees his Florida Gators poised to make a real run at an SEC Championship, but can the former Bulldog head man finally win the big game? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman welcome long time Florida beat writer Bob Redman of Swamp247.com to take a look at the Gators. … Continue reading “T&L SEC Preview: Swamp247’s Bob Redman Previews the Florida Gators”

Rebel Report: Ole Miss adds home and home with… Charlotte?

By Michael Borkey | July 1, 2020

Ole Miss added another “group of 5” home and home series, this time with Charlotte. That joins Tulane and South Alabama as teams with similar deals. So why is Ole Miss avoiding USM? We discuss. Also on the show, an all-SEC team with an Ole Miss snub Rebel Report · Why OM will play Charlotte/Tulane/South … Continue reading “Rebel Report: Ole Miss adds home and home with… Charlotte?”

Thunder & Lightning: Rock The Night Away With The Rumblings

By Brian Hadad | June 30, 2020

Its another edition of The Rumblings, and that should be music to your ears. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman discuss all things from the world of music, from rock, rap, country, and the rest. Thunder & Lightning · 7-1-20: Rock The Night Away With The Rumblings

Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Must Keep Kentucky in The Win Column

By Brian Hadad | June 29, 2020

Mississippi State’s November schedule looks totally different this season, with Alabama moving up into October and Kentucky dropping down as the final SEC game before the Egg Bowl. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman explain why winning that game is imperative for the Bulldogs, plus take a look at another addition to the MSU signing class … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Must Keep Kentucky in The Win Column”

T&L Opponent Preview: Jon Hale of the Louisville Courier-Journal Previews Kentucky

By Brian Hadad | June 29, 2020

Mississippi State’s annual tilt against Kentucky is almost always a swing game for both teams. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman welcome Jon Hale, who covers the Wildcats for the Louisville Courier-Journal to the pod to take a look at this key SEC matchup that now finds itself at the end of the calendar. Photo courtesy … Continue reading “T&L Opponent Preview: Jon Hale of the Louisville Courier-Journal Previews Kentucky”

Rebels officially add 4-star WR to 2020 recruiting class

By Steven Gagliano | June 29, 2020

Graphic Courtesy of Ole Miss Athletics Ole Miss has made a late official addition to its 2020 recruiting class.  Marc Britt, a 4-star recruit who committed to the Rebels back in February, will be able to join the team this summer, according to the Ole Miss Athletics.  OFFICIAL | 4️⃣⭐️ WR @Marcbritt_p6 has signed and … Continue reading “Rebels officially add 4-star WR to 2020 recruiting class”

Dark cloud over Mississippi sports clears with removal of state flag

By Steven Gagliano | June 29, 2020

Eleven days ago, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey became the first prominent voice from the world of sports to renew the call for Mississippi to take action regarding its controversial state flag. The following day, the NCAA joined the cause by expanding its Confederate flag policy, prohibiting any postseason events — baseball regionals, women’s NCAA Tournament games, etc. — from … Continue reading “Dark cloud over Mississippi sports clears with removal of state flag”

Mississippi State Adds Three Star Safety Myzel Williams to the 2021 Class

By Brian Hadad | June 29, 2020

Mississippi State received another pledge for the 2021 class on Monday, as three star safety Myzel Williams of Deland, FL gave his commitment to the Bulldogs. Happy Birthday Pops ❤️ #committed #MyWill2021 @CoachMike44 pic.twitter.com/YTugTJHT8P — Myzel Williams (@WilliamsMyzel) June 29, 2020 Williams picked MSU over offers from North Carolina State, Louisville, and South Carolina. Williams … Continue reading “Mississippi State Adds Three Star Safety Myzel Williams to the 2021 Class”

Rebel Report: So let’s talk about quarterbacks

By Michael Borkey | June 29, 2020

The Mississippi legislature in a dominating vote passed a bill to remove the state flag. What does that mean for Ole Miss specifically? Also, the most common question I get from OM fans is “who is going to start at quarterback?” While the simple answer is “I dont know” I decided to explain why the … Continue reading “Rebel Report: So let’s talk about quarterbacks”

Thunder & Lightning: Kylin Hill’s Legacy is Intertwined With Mississippi History

By Brian Hadad | June 28, 2020

Mississippi saw history this weekend with the legislature making the move to retire the current state flag, and in doing so opening the door to keep NCAA postseason play happening in the state. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at the new path Mississippi is on, and how whether you want to believe … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Kylin Hill’s Legacy is Intertwined With Mississippi History”