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Coaches And Friends Reach Out To John Youngblood With Overwhelming Support

John Youngblood came to Ole Miss as a freshman. He started as a walk-on and quickly proved himself to be one of Ole Miss’ most valued players. His fellow players and coaches even awarded him with the most prestigious award for a defensive player, the Chucky Mullins Award. Since Youngblood was injured Saturday during the game against Georgia Southern, Hugh Freeze, Ross Bjork, and many others have reached out with overwhelming support:

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Courtesy of Mary Frances Stephens

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John’s girlfriend, Mary Frances Stephens took to Facebook to thank everyone for the support and give an update concerning John’s injuries:

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John Youngblood took to twitter to thank everyone for their prayers:

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Alex Kitchens is the social media editor for HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at alex.kitchens@hottytoddy.com.

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