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Leading up to the Ole Miss' showdown with Alabama, Rebels quarterback Bo Wallace believes his team has better wide receivers than Texas A&M.
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I don’t know if it’s because they saw Texas A&M move the ball on Alabama or they are feeling good from beating down Texas. Ole Miss faces off against Alabama in Tuscaloosa this weekend and you would think they would be trying to lay in the weeds and sneak up on the Tide. Not so fast with all the talking the Rebels have been doing:
“We can put points on them,” Wallace...
Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace exuded confidence Monday. The No. 21 Rebels, he believes, can put up points against any opponent, top-ranked Alabama included.
Mississippi quarterback Bo Wallace doesn't lack confidence these days.
It's easy to understand why. The 21st-ranked Rebels are 3-0 for the first time since 1989 and coming off a dominant road victory over Texas.
Now comes an even bigger challenge: Squaring off against No. 1 Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
But Wallace says the Rebels aren't about to back down, adding that he...
Ole Miss freshman wide receiver may have just bitten off a little bit more than he can chew, but I do give him respect for having stones to speak his feelings.
Treadwell stepped on the hot coals just enough to burn his feet, but left himself just enough room for interpretation when he sent out this tweet talking about an upset.
Treadwell and the Rebels of course travel to...
Ole Miss wide receiver Donte Moncrief and defensive end C.J. Johnson preview the Rebels' upcoming meeting at top-ranked Alabama.
The controversial figure that is Marshall Henderson will return to the team Friday as the Rebels open practice. Henderson was suspended during the off-season for multiple run-ins with the law.
Although Henderson is allowed to practice, that doesn’t mean he’ll see meaningful action right away. Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork told USA Today the number of games Henderson will...
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