Deuce McAllister talks NFL, SEC on SportsTalk

Yesterday afternoon, former NFL Pro-Bowler Deuce McAllister joined SportsTalk Mississippi to talk about what the upcoming NFL season will look like as teams prepare for training camp. McAllister, who was an All-American at the University of Mississippi prior to his 8-year professional career, also puts himself in the shoes of current SEC players getting ready for a … Continue reading “Deuce McAllister talks NFL, SEC on SportsTalk”

Kiffin’s confidence level for on-time start to season “changes kind of weekly”

It’s a question on all of our minds as the countdown to week one continues — Will the college football season start on time? It’s been three months since the suspension of the NBA caused a domino effect that left the world of sports in a state of flux, but as of late, there are … Continue reading “Kiffin’s confidence level for on-time start to season “changes kind of weekly””

Ole Miss legend Ben Williams dies at 65

On Monday, Ole Miss football legend “Gentle” Ben Williams died at the age of 65 at St. Dominic Memorial Hospital in Jackson. In 1971, Williams and James Reed became the first-ever African Americans to sign football scholarships with the Rebels. The school honored the two in 2014 by naming the entrance of the practice facility … Continue reading “Ole Miss legend Ben Williams dies at 65”

GalloShow: Outrage, frustration and leaked documents amid IHL’s pick for Ole Miss chancellor

Furious Ole Miss supporters are questioning the decision by the Institutions of Higher Learning board after details of their nation-wide search for a new Ole Miss chancellor emerged. The IHL decided to hire the man who was contracted to conduct the search. His name is Glenn Boyce. Gallo caught up with SportsTalk Mississippi’s Richard Cross … Continue reading “GalloShow: Outrage, frustration and leaked documents amid IHL’s pick for Ole Miss chancellor”