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VIDEO>> Hot Practice Brings Out Blazing Competition in Rebel Fall Camp

Punter Will Gleeson leaves the ground to get off a punt. Photos by Andy Knef

The Aug. 5 Rebel football practice featured an informal bet between the offense and defense on who would win the practice-closing scrimmage.
When the offense squeaked out a victory on a clutch catch by tight end Evan Engram, it was up to linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche to apologize for the trash talk he and his fellow defenders were throwing around.
Quarterback Drew Davis gets rid of the ball during a drill in Tuesday’s practice.

Here is Coach Hugh Freeze’s take on the outdoor practice in 90-plus-degree heat:

In addition to Freeze, defensive back Anthony Alford discussed his progress after playing professional  baseball this summer in the Toronto Blue Jays organization.

Here are some more images of practice:
Coach Freeze shares some advice with quarterback Bo Wallace.

Bo stands tall in the pocket. His own receivers say he had added a lot of zip to his passes.

The players face off under the hot sun.

Ole Miss coaches ask for perfect effort, not perfect results.

Lineman test each other.

Bo delivers a perfect strike.


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