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Ole Miss’ Chad Kelly says he’s the best QB in U.S.
Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly stole the spotlight on the fourth and final day of SEC media days Thursday, making a bold statement about his talent and taking a veiled shot at Clemson, his former school.
The SEC’s top returning quarterback was certainly confident, overshadowing Les Miles and Leonard Fournette with his comments during his media session. And it shouldn’t come as a surprise considering his nickname: Swag Kelly.
When asked whether he was the best quarterback in the SEC, Kelly responded, “I’m the best quarterback in the nation.”
“You have to feel that way,” Kelly told reporters when he was asked follow-up questions. “In order to have confidence in yourself and team, you have to think you’re the best. That’s what I want our whole team — from offensive linemen to running backs — we have to think we’re the best players and the best team out there.
Courtesy of Greg Ostendorf to read the rest of the article go to ESPN.com.
What Ole Miss players said at SEC Media Days
At SEC Media Days in Hoover, Ala., Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze was joined by three senior Rebels: TE Evan Engram, DT D.J. Jones and QB Chad Kelly.
Check out what the three Rebels had to say to the media:
Senior TE Evan Engram
On coming to SEC Media Days:
“I’m really enjoying myself today. I take pride and I’m very honored to be representing our team and our university. It’s fun, and it’s a great atmosphere. Football is in the air, and there’s a lot of excitement around this place.”
On finding a place in the offensive schemes:
“Definitely. That was most of the conversation with the coaching staff when I was making my decision to come back, so all that stuff is going to take place in the game plan once we get into the season. Right now, we’re just building chemistry and working on basics and attacking our workouts together. We’re getting the team ready and the team chemistry levels up working as an offense, defense, and as a team overall.”
Courtesy of Andrew Olson to read the rest of the article go to Saturday Down South.com.
Vaught-Hemingway named Most Amazing Stadium in MS
Images of a crisp, cool autumn afternoon in Oxford conjures up memories of past victories by the Rebel football squad. Most people have Oxford, MS as one of their destination stops for college football. From The Square to The Grove, Oxford is something special.
Oxford has received many awards and accolades for its beauty and charm, and this is just another one to add to the growing list.
Courtesy of Randy Morgan and to read the rest of this article, go to OleHottytoddy.com
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