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Here’s How The QB Situation Looks In The SEC Right Now
There are question marks within the SEC about the quarterback position. With really only a couple proven starters returning this year, the position as a whole is starting to take shape on every team. Here is the current quarterback situation right now on every team within the SEC.
Published June 8, 2011 - 11:04am
QB Nathan Stanley Leaving Ole Miss
Nathan Stanley has asked to leave the program after talking with Houston Nutt. Stanley was named the starter going into 2010 but then was replaced early in the season by Jeremiah Masoli. The Ole Miss job is still up in the air, but this probably indicates that Stanley didn’t like …
Published April 14, 2011 - 8:08pm
Ole Miss 2011 QB Not Necessarily To Be Decided By End Of Spring
With Jeremiah Masoli’s one year stint at Ole Miss over and done with, the biggest question facing fans is who that next quarterback will be when the team hits the field this fall. Ole Miss offensive coordinator David Lee isn’t confident that they will have the QB position locked down …
Published March 28, 2011 - 8:56pm
Signing Class Report Card: Ole Miss
Biggest Needs: It seems that the theme of offensive needs in the SEC has been on the O-Line this year. However, that is not the case for Ole Miss. The Rebs have no Seniors on the 2-deep O-Line depth chart. Really the only losses on offense are QB Jeremiah Masoli …
Published February 4, 2011 - 2:02pm
Top 10 Duds Of SEC – Final Regular Season Edition
With the end of the 2010 regular season, Saturday Down South names top 10 biggest duds of the SEC this year. For some, it was a great year, but for others, it did not turn out like they had hoped. Here are the top 10 duds and none of them include Vanderbilt.
Published December 1, 2010 - 2:30pm
Biggest Bust In The SEC For 2010?
The SEC is the best conference in America. However, some teams have not lived up to their hype this season – namely Florida, Tennessee, Georgia and Ole Miss. Which team is the biggest bust in the SEC in 2010?
Published November 17, 2010 - 6:00am
Bray, Vols Own the Air, Rebels on Rocky Top
There was more air-traffic control taking place at Neyland Stadium than nearby McGee-Tyson Airport Saturday afternoon as the University of Tennessee Volunteers (4-6,1-5) shredded the Ole Miss Rebels for 441 yards of total offense (323 passing) and a 52-14 rout in Knoxville. The home field Vols did more than utilize …
Published November 15, 2010 - 2:14pm
Tennessee pummels down the field, being loudly cheered on by the crowd, adorned in orange and white. Ole Miss struggles to defend as the Volunteers are approaching the goal line, as they did many times previously in this same game. “The ball is out!” “And they still can’t recover it!” …
Published November 15, 2010 - 1:46pm
Masoli Status Still Unknown
Jeremiah Masoli’s status is still unknown for this weekend’s game against Tennessee. He suffered a concussion in his last game. If Masoli is a no-go, backup quarterback Nathan Stanley will start for the Rebels. Tennessee defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox said the Vols have two different game plans – one for …
Published November 12, 2010 - 9:18am