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Ole Miss vs. LSU: Three Things We Learned

Coach Hugh Freeze fires up the team before taking the field Saturday at Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium.
Coach Hugh Freeze fires up the team before taking the field Saturday at Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium.
Ole Miss lost their second straight SEC road game on Saturday Night. What did we learn about the Rebels from the game?

Ole Miss has not struggled this much under Hugh Freeze since the first year of his tenure. However, this team’s expectations were much higher than that team. So what has gone wrong for Ole Miss this season?

Courtesy of Drew Moak and to read the rest of this article go to OleHottyToddy.com

NFL Weekly Rebels

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 21 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.

Ten former Rebels made appearances last week. Mike Wallace set a career high with 10 catches against the Jets.

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

#38 BRANDON BOLDEN | RB | New England Patriots

Contributed to the Patriots’ victory over the Steelers (27-16).

#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 victory over Cleveland (31-17).

#25 TRAE ELSTON | S | Tampa Bay Buccaneers (PS)

Picked up by Tampa Bay last week as a member of the practice squad.

#27 SENQUEZ GOLSON | CB | Pittsburgh Steelers

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

#74 WOODROW HAMILTON | DT | New England Patriots

Did not see action in the Patriots’ victory over the Steelers (27-16).

#77 JOHN JERRY | OG | New York Giants

Started at right guard in the Giants’ win over the Rams (17-10).

#23 KENDRICK LEWIS | S | Baltimore Ravens

Did not contribute to Baltimore’s defeat to the Jets. Placed on the injured reserve list.

#10 ELI MANNING | QB | New York Giants

Started at QB for New York, going 24 for 37 for 196 yards in a victory over Los Angeles (17-10).

#70 BOBBY MASSIE | OT | Chicago Bears

Started at right tackle for the Bears’ defeat to the Packers (26-10).

#22 DEXTER MCCLUSTER | WR | San Diego Chargers

Saw action in the Chargers’ victory over the Falcons (33-30 OT).

#10 DONTE MONCRIEF | WR | Indianapolis Colts

Did not see action for the Colts’ defeat to the Titans due to a shoulder injury. Expected to return to practice this week.

#90 ROBERT NKEMDICHE | DT | Arizona Cardinals

Did not see action in the Cardinals’ tie with the Seahawks on Sunday Night Football (6-6).

#73 MICHAEL OHER | OT | Carolina Panthers

Carolina bye week.

#78 JERMEY PARNELL | OT | Jacksonville Jaguars

Started at right tackle for Jacksonville’s loss to Oakland (33-16).

#33 JAMARCA SANFORD | S | New Orleans Saints

Did not contribute to New Orleans’ loss to Kansas City (27-21). Is on the injured reserve list.

#78 BRADLEY SOWELL | OT | Seattle Seahawks

Started at left tackle in the Seahawks’ tie with the Cardinals (6-6).

#11 LAQUON TREADWELL | WR | Minnesota Vikings

Did not see action in Minnesota’s loss to Philadelphia (21-10).

#67 LAREMY TUNSIL | G | Miami Dolphins

Started at left guard for the Dolphins’ victory over the Bills (28-25).

#12 MIKE WALLACE | WR | Baltimore Ravens

Started at WR for Baltimore, logging 10 receptions for 120 yards in a 24-16 defeat to the Jets. Wallace’s 10 catches marked a career high in his eight years in the league.

VIDEO: Flacco Finds Wallace for 53-yard gain

#71 CHANNING WARD | DE | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Saw action in Tampa Bay’s victory over San Francisco (34-17).

PS = practice squad

Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports

Rebels in Second Place Going into Final Round

The Ole Miss women’s golf team used strong rounds from junior Katy Harris and sophomore Martina Flori to stay in contention through two rounds of the Palmetto Intercollegiate at Kiawah Island.

The Rebels followed up their 290 in the opening round with a 293 in Round 2. Ole Miss led for much of the day, but a few miscues late in the round, coupled with a strong finish from Coastal Carolina, dropped head coach Kory Henkes’ group to second on the leaderboard.

“The team played well today, but we had some hiccups down the stretch that cost us a few shots,” Henkes said. “Fortunately, we get to play again tomorrow.”

Harris led the way, shooting 2-under (70) for a tournament total of 143. That puts her in a tie for second overall, just one stroke behind Coastal Carolina’s Malene Krolboll Hansen for the lead.

“Katy has had a lot of birdies this week,” Henkes said. “She has played smart out here, but she has been aggressive when needed.”

The St. Simons Island, Georgia native used three birdies in her first four holes, and five throughout the day, to shoot her best round as a Rebel.

“I felt really good about my round,” Harris said. “I had a really strong start and just kind of kept it consistent all day. I think we’re really excited to get back out there tomorrow and just leave it all out there on the course and hopefully bring back the W to Oxford.”

Flori also shot her personal low-18, notching 15 pars to go 1-under (71). The sophomore closed yesterday’s round with seven straight pars and picked up right where she left off, stretching her streak to 17 before a birdie on the second hole.

“Marti has looked solid all week with hitting fairways and greens,” Henkes said. “Her putter is finally clicking for her, so it’s a good combination. She is having fun and really enjoying herself on the course as well.”

After that birdie, she kept on rolling, going 22 consecutive holes without a bogey. She is tied for sixth place, just one stroke behind Harris at 144.

“I was just playing shot by shot without thinking about the score, trying to hit many fairways and giving myself chances for birdie,” Flori said. “My new putter is helping me a lot, and my short game is going well, which is what I was missing in the other tournaments.”

After two rounds, Ole Miss leads the competition with 114 pars. Flori has been a big part of that, leading all individuals with 30 pars—15 in each round. Freshman Pi-Lillebi Hermansson isn’t far behind with 25, good for sixth in the tournament. Harris and senior Maria Toennessen each have eight birdies, placing them in a tie for the fifth most in the field.

The field will tee off at 7:45 a.m. CT in a shotgun start. Ole Miss will pair with Coastal Carolina and Campbell. Flori and Harris will tee of from the first hole, Hermansson and senior Madisen Bentley will tee off from the second, and Toennessen will start from the third.

Team Standings
1. Coastal Carolina: 292-285–577
2. Ole Miss: 290-293–583
T3. Campbell: 300-286–586
T3. College of Charleston: 299-287–586
5. Chattanooga 292-299–591
6. Augusta: 300-294–594
7. Kennesaw State: 299-298–597
8. Daytona State College: 303-296–599
9. Mercer: 305-295–600
10. East Tennessee State: 307-294–601
11. Elon: 302-306–608
12. Troy: 307-303–610
13. Boston University: 315-305–620
14. UNCG: 312-309–621
15. North Florida: 310-313–623
16. South Florida: 313-314–627
17. Xavier: 314-316–630
18. Northern Arizona 326-313–639
19. Charleston Southern: 310-330–640
20. Illinois State: 328-315–643

Ole Miss Players
T2. Katy Harris: 73-70–143
T6: Martina Flori: 73-71–144
T19. Madisen Bentley: 70-78–148
T28: Pi-Lillebi Hermansson: 74-75–149
T56: Maria Toennessen: 78-77–155

For all Ole Miss women’s golf news and information, go to OleMissSports.com, and follow the Rebels on Twitter at @OleMissWGolf and Facebook at Ole Miss Women’s Golf.

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