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sports round up -01HottyToddy.com provides readers a roundup of the commentary and information about the Ole Miss Rebels from various publications around the Web.

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Ole Miss Recruiting: Rebels lose commitment from JUCO DE Jay Johnson

Courtesy of Bill Barksdale
Courtesy of Bill Barksdale

The Rebels are down one commit in their 2017 class.

Three-star junior college defensive end Jay Johnson announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he has decided to de-commit from the Ole Miss program.

screen-shot-2016-12-01-at-11-18-31-amJohnson originally committed to the Rebels in July, and holds just one other offer from Mississippi State.

The 6-foot-4, 210-pound East Mississippi Community College product is ranked as the nation’s No. 5 junior college weak-side defensive end, according to 247Sports’ composite rankings.

Courtesy of Connor Smolensky and to read the rest of this article go to SECCountry.com


Ole Miss Football: Engram Is One of the Greatest Rebels of All-Time

engramThe 2016 Ole Miss Rebels football season has come to an end. So has the career of Rebel all-time great tight end, Evan Engram.

Many Ole Miss fans had a sinking feeling in their stomach when they saw Evan Engram come out prior to the Egg Bowl with no pads on. It was the feeling that the day would not end well. All because one of the greatest players to put on the Rebel uniform was going to be out.

Engram being called one of the greatest is not hyperbole. I know we tend to get taken in by what is new. We sometime conveniently forget to recognize the past. However this is not the case here. Engram has the resume to prove the point.

Courtesy of K.L. Williams and to read the rest of this article go to OleHottyToddy.com.


Ole Miss beat writer breaks down early defensive coordinator search

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Courtesy of Ole Miss Communications
Since the retirement of Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack was announced last Saturday, the Rebels have been hard at work to find his replacement.

The search is still in the early stages, but The Daily Journal’s Parrish Alford on Monday broke down the potential candidates being rumored at this time.

The two biggest names are recently fired Texas coach Charlie Strong and long-time Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster. Strong made his reputation as a top-notch recruiter and defensive mind at Florida in the mid-2000s, while Foster has turned out consistently great defenses during his 30 years with the Hokies.

Of course, there are a few names floating around that have ties to Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze.Since the retirement of Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack was announced last Saturday, the Rebels have been hard at work to find his replacement.

The search is still in the early stages, but The Daily Journal’s Parrish Alford on Monday broke down the potential candidates being rumored at this time.

The two biggest names are recently fired Texas coach Charlie Strong and long-time Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster. Strong made his reputation as a top-notch recruiter and defensive mind at Florida in the mid-2000s, while Foster has turned out consistently great defenses during his 30 years with the Hokies.

Of course, there are a few names floating around that have ties to Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze.Since the retirement of Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack was announced last Saturday, the Rebels have been hard at work to find his replacement.

The search is still in the early stages, but The Daily Journal’s Parrish Alford on Monday broke down the potential candidates being rumored at this time.

The two biggest names are recently fired Texas coach Charlie Strong and long-time Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster. Strong made his reputation as a top-notch recruiter and defensive mind at Florida in the mid-2000s, while Foster has turned out consistently great defenses during his 30 years with the Hokies.

Of course, there are a few names floating around that have ties to Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze.

Marcus Rodrigue and to read the rest of this article go to Saturday Down South.com


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