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Ole Miss Football: Issues Exposed at the Halfway Point of the Season

Coach Hugh Freeze and Chad Kelly Photo by Bill Barksdale
Coach Hugh Freeze and Chad Kelly Photo by Bill Barksdale

The Ole Miss football team has reached the halfway point of the season. Yet there are still issues that should have been solved by now.

I am not one for piling on, but the Ole Miss football team losing to Arkansas on Saturday was a collective gut punch to the team and the fan base. However, at the halfway point of the season, the Rebels are dealing with issues that many feel should have been resolved by now.

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NFL Rebels Weekly Update

elimanning-300x221.jpgHere at OleMissSports.com, we are proud to update Rebel fans on the exploits of our former players who lace up their cleats on Sundays in the NFL. Ole Miss has a big presence in the league again this year. There are currently 20 former Rebels on NFL rosters, including two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning, recent Super Bowl participants Brandon Bolden and Michael Oher, and 2016 first-round draft picks Robert Nkemdiche, Laquon Treadwell and Laremy Tunsil.

Eleven former Rebels made appearances in the sixth week of the 2016 season. Eli Manning threw his 300th career TD pass and became the 14th quarterback in NFL history to post 100 career regular season wins.

Here’s a rundown of how each former Rebel performed in week 6 of the 2016 NFL season:

#38 BRANDON BOLDEN | RB | New England Patriots

Did not see action in the Patriots’ victory over Cincinnati (35-17).

#64 FAHN COOPER | OL | San Francisco 49ers (PS)

A member of the 49ers’ practice squad.

#16 CODY CORE | WR | Cincinnati Bengals

Did not see action in Cincinnati’s defeat to New England (17-35).

#27 SENQUEZ GOLSON | CB | Pittsburgh Steelers

Did not see action for Pittsburgh’s defeat to Miami due to injury. Looking to return by November. He has been placed on injured reserve.

#74 WOODROW HAMILTON | DT | New England Patriots

Contributed a tackle to help the Patriots defeat the Bengals (35-17).

#77 JOHN JERRY | OG | New York Giants

Started at right guard in the Giants’ win over the Ravens (27-23).

#23 KENDRICK LEWIS | S | Baltimore Ravens

Contributed one tackle in the Ravens defeat to the Giants (27-23).

#10 ELI MANNING | QB | New York Giants

Started at QB for New York, going 32 for 46 for 403 yards with three TDs in a victory over Baltimore (27-23). Making his 200th consecutive start for the Giants, Manning threw his 300th career TD pass and became the 14th quarterback in NFL history to post 100 career regular season wins.

#70 BOBBY MASSIE | OT | Chicago Bears

Started at right tackle for the Bears’ defeat to the Jaguars (17-16).

#22 DEXTER MCCLUSTER | WR | San Diego Chargers

Logged two receptions for 15 yards and added averaged 9.0 yards on three punt returns in a victory over Denver (21-13).

#10 DONTE MONCRIEF | WR | Indianapolis Colts

Did not see action for the Colts’ defeat to the Texans on Sunday Night Football due to a shoulder injury.

#90 ROBERT NKEMDICHE | DT | Arizona Cardinals

Broke up one pass against the Jets’ offense to help the Cardinals to a 28-3 victory on Monday Night Football.

#73 MICHAEL OHER | OT | Carolina Panthers

Did not see action in Carolina’s defeat to New Orleans (41-38) due to injury.

#78 JERMEY PARNELL | OT | Jacksonville Jaguars

Started at right tackle for Jacksonville in the victory over Chicago (17-16).

#33 JAMARCA SANFORD | S | New Orleans Saints

Did not contribute to New Orleans’ victory over the Panthers (41-38). Is on the injured reserve list.

#78 BRADLEY SOWELL | OT | Seattle Seahawks

Started at left tackle in the Seahawks’ victory over the Falcons (26-24).

#11 LAQUON TREADWELL | WR | Minnesota Vikings

Minnesota bye week.

#67 LAREMY TUNSIL | G | Miami Dolphins

Started at left guard for the Dolphins’ victory over the Steelers (30-15).

#12 MIKE WALLACE | WR | Baltimore Ravens

Started at WR for Baltimore, logging four receptions for 97 yards in a 27-23 defeat to the Giants.

#71 CHANNING WARD | DE | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay bye week.

PS = practice squad

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports


Women’s Cross Country Team Earns Best Ranking in Program History

2016 Cross Country Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics Twitter: @OleMissPix
2016 Cross Country
Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics
Twitter: @OleMissPix

After recent success the Ole Miss women’s cross country team set a new personal best in this week’s USTFCCCA Coaches’ Poll, climbing to their highest ranking in program history at No. 16.

The women made a nine-spot jump from last week’s No. 25 ranking. They also held onto the No. 1 ranking in the USTFCCCA South Regional Rankings for the second straight week.

The ranking comes after a second-place finish at the Penn State National Open this past weekend, their third top-three finish this season. The success is headed up by veteran runners like seniors Mary Alex England and Bo Ummels and juniors Emily Bean and Shelby Brown.

“The ranking is a sweet reflection of our hard work over the season and motivation to continue improving,” England said. “We have a lot of racing left this season, and we’re excited to see how well our team can compete.”

“It feels amazing that our hard work is recognized, but it doesn’t mean that we are already there,” Ummels said. “We will keep working and pushing each other so we can be successful as championship season continues.”

“It’s awesome to get our name out there,” Bean said. “Each race is an opportunity to prove we belong where we are ranked, so that keeps us motivated.”

“It’s awesome to be ranked,” Brown said. “But there’s still work to be done and races to run so we’re not turning our focus to the ranking, but to hard work so we can finish high at SECs and NCAAs.”

The Rebel men have also been ranking in the polls all season, currently sitting at No. 11 in the Coaches’ Poll and No. 1 in the South Region.

The Rebels will be back in action on Friday October 28, for the SEC Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Rebel women were projected to finish fifth at this meet at the beginning of the season and the men were projected to finish second.

For more information on Ole Miss Track & Field and Cross Country, follow the Rebels on Twitter (@OleMissTrack), Facebook and Instagram.

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports


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