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Shea Patterson Turning Bowl Ban Into Motivation

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Shea Patterson turning bowl ban into motivation: ‘If we’re not going, you’re not going’

Shea Patterson, photo by Steven Gagliano
Ole Miss may not be going to a bowl game this season, thanks to its one-year self-imposed bowl ban, but the reality of missing out on postseason play has provided a new motivation tool for the Rebels in 2017.
Led by embattled head coach Hugh Freeze and rising sophomore Shea Patterson, Ole Miss continues to publicly rally behind the negativity generated by the program’s ongoing battle with the NCAA. While many prognosticators have already begun to throw dirt on the program before the season even begins, the Rebels could have the most explosive offense yet under Freeze this year.
Considered by many to be the No. 1-ranked quarterback prospect in the nation in the 2016 recruiting cycle, Patterson flashed his massive potential last season after being thrown into the starting lineup following the season-ending injury to former Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly. While his play was far from consistent in his three appearances, Patterson showed massive potential late last season.
Now with two springs of experience in Oxford, Patterson was an early enrollee in 2016, the sophomore is poised to be one of the SEC’s breakout stars this fall considering his skill set, as well as the wealth of talent and experience surrounding him on the Ole Miss offense.
To read the rest of Michael Wayne Bratton’s article go to Saturday Down South.

Ole Miss lands commitment from Tennessee CB Jaylin Williams

Hugh Freeze. Photo by Steven Gagliano
The Ole Miss recruiting class got a little bigger on Friday, as Hugh Freeze and company landed a commitment from 2018 cornerback Jaylin Williams.
Williams hails from Germantown, Tenn., is the ninth member of the 2018 class. He is a 3-star recruit and the No. 29 player in the state of Tennessee.
To read the rest of Connor Riley’s article go to SECCountry.com

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