Trae Elston has been involved in some terrific defensive plays since he’s been at Ole Miss. Obviously a dependable player the Rebels have counted on, the sophomore from Oxford, Ala., has also had a few difficult moments.
SEC fans like to think of their league as a mini-NFL. Apparently, that extends to the commissioner's office, as the conference brass have taken it upon themselves to begin issuing suspensions for what are deemed over-the-line hits.
Last week, Ole Miss defensive back Trae Elston was suspended for the Rebels' game against Texas as punishment for a play the week...
Mississippi defensive back Trae Elston has been suspended for one game by the Southeastern Conference for a ''flagrant and dangerous act'' near the end of the Rebels' 28-10 victory over UTEP on Saturday.
The freshman made a big hit on a UTEP receiver with 3:18 remaining in the fourth quarter. There was no flag called on the play, but the SEC found the hit violated...
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September 11, 2012