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Today’s roundup feature stories from Saturday Down South and Ole Miss Sports.

Pro Football Focus names 10 best individual performances by returning SEC players

Chad Kelly Photo by Josh Bonner
Chad Kelly Photo by Josh Bonner

Analytics website Pro Football Focus grades every player’s performance in every game on numerous statistics. The site’s staff recently voted on the 10 best 2015 individual performances from SEC players returning this season, meaning Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry and other draftees or transfers were ineligible.

PFF posted the results Tuesday:

10. Georgia RB Sony Michel vs. Kentucky, Week 10 (24 carries, 165 yards, TD)
9. Auburn DE Carl Lawson vs. Memphis, Birmingham Bowl (9 quarterback pressures, sack)
8. Tennessee RB Jalen Hurd vs. Florida, Week 4 (28 carries, 102 yards, 2 TD)
7. Arkansas DE Deatrich Wise Jr. vs LSU, Week 11 (3 sacks, 3 hurries, 11 quarterback pressures)
6. Alabama WR Calvin Ridley vs. Michigan State, Cotton Bowl (8 catches, 138 yards, 2 TD)
5. Tennessee DE Derek Barnett vs. Missouri, Week 12 (7 hurries, 9 pressures)
4. Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly vs. Arkansas, Week 10 (24-of-34, 367 yards, 3 TD)
3. Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett vs. Arizona State, Week 1 (2 sacks, five hurries, 9 pressures)
2. Alabama edge rusher Tim Williams vs. Florida, SEC Championship Game (2 sacks, 4 hurries, 7 pressures on 10 snaps)
1. LSU RB Leonard Fournette vs. Auburn, Week 3 (19 carries, 228 yards, 3 TD)

Courtesy of Andrew Olson to read the rest of the article go to Saturday Down South.

Ole Miss Women’s Basketball Head Coach Matt Insell Reflects on Pat Summitt

Coach Matt Insell at SEC Media Days / Photo courtesy of Joshua McCoy Ole Miss Athletics
Coach Matt Insell at SEC Media Days / Photo courtesy of Joshua McCoy Ole Miss Athletics

Insell reflects on Pat Summitt’s impact on women’s basketball

Ole Miss women’s basketball coach Matt Insell reflected on Pat Summitt’s impact on the game of basketball. His thoughts are below:

“It’s a sad day for women’s basketball, but really a sad day for all of basketball because Pat Summitt paved the way for a lot of coaches and for a lot of student-athletes.

“Women’s basketball before Pat Summit was not what it is today, by any means. The opportunities that our players have today with the facilities, financial support, academic support and really all of the support our student-athletes have now, much of that is because of Coach Summitt and the work that she did at an early stage of her career.

“She will be deeply missed. She is somebody that was very special to me in my development. I followed her career my whole life, from early on as a young child learning what basketball was, all the way up to coaching against her. I will always cherish those moments of talking to her and getting advice from her, as well as the moments of playing against her.

“Very seldom does someone pass away and the world stands still, but today for Coach Summitt, the world stood still.”

Matt Insell
Head Coach, Ole Miss Women’s Basketball

 Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports Information

Laremy Tunsil’s stepfather wants delay in suit

Photo by John Bowen
Photo by John Bowen

The lawyer representing Lindsey Miller, the stepfather of former Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, requested a 120-day extension to serve process on Tunsil.

In a report by The Clarion-Ledger, Matt Wilson, the attorney for Miller in the lawsuit, filed a motion Friday in Lafayette County Circuit Court requesting that judge John Luther Kelly allow the extension. As the situation stands, Wilson has until Aug. 24 to deliver a copy of the lawsuit to Tunsil. Wilson filed the lawsuit on April 26.

Courtesy of Andrew Astleford to read the rest of the article go to Saturday Down South.

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