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Mississippi: Ole Miss had one positive student-athlete test, with nine others going into quarantine after contact with the positive case. One Rebels staff member also tested positive, as did one athlete who tested positive before arriving on campus.
Does the media even investigate a story anymore before they write this stuff? There were not “12 positive tests” last week. There were 12 athletes placed in quarantine awaiting test results. All came back negative.
boxster355 I suggest you google "stars and bars" before you claim to know what it is.
BamaTime are you simple or just have no knowledge of history like the rest of people these days? Georgia's flag is the original flag of the Confederacy. Try using Google before you start trying to teach a subject you don't know. Get a pencil and take notes little boy. Arkansas added the 4th star at the top of their flag to specifically represent their state belonging to the Confederacy. Georgia's flag is an exact match for the confederate flag (not the battle flag that is on Mississippi's flag that everyone confuses it with). Georgia's flag is the "stars and bars" with the state seal in the middle of the stars. GTFO of here with your no history know self.
I agree with you. I am just saying why are they focused on Mississippi's flag and nobody else's? Georgia's flag is literally the flag of the confederacy.
Did I miss the announcement where they banned games in Georgia or Arkansas, or half the other states for that matter?
Don't feel bad. I have a feeling that Ole Miss and Rebels will be out sooner than later. It won't take long for War Eagle and LSU's mascot to be on the chopping block.
Someone doesn't understand sarcasm. It's okay, you'll get it one day.
So does that mean he doesn’t have the right to believe what he wants to believe? Only liberals are allowed opinions? MSNBC is way farther left than OAN.
Why does he even have to take it off at all? Since when is it illegal to be a conservative?
He has his facts wrong here. There was one player who tested positive when arriving on campus, 9 players who had contact with him and are in quarantine awaiting results and one new case from a different player. There are not 12 confirmed cases at this time.
What makes you think the parents were not okay with the practices? There are plenty of us who have not changed our lifestyles because of a virus with a 99% cure rate.
I think people are really downplaying the impact that no spring and summer workouts is going to have on programs with new coaching staffs. State, Arkansas and Ole Miss are all breaking in completely new staffs and will not have time to tweak much if things aren’t going smoothly. Then you have to worry about offseason conditioning. Those first few weeks could be brutal for a lot of programs.
When people say to “keep your head down” in this situation, they mean to be humble and not walk around with your nose stuck up in the air like you’re the best player in the locker room just because you are the first pick in the draft. It’s pretty solid advice.
Ealy played in 12 games as a true freshman and racked up over 700 yards while splitting carries. If that doesn't give a glimmer of hope for him as a 5 star running back then I don't know what more you could ask for.
When you say Mike McCarthy revived Brett Favre’s career, do you mean by driving him out of Green Bay? Favre only played two years for him and then got pushed out the door.
Common misconception about academics and student athletes. While admissions standards may vary widely from school to school for any regular student, student athletes academic admissions are not that different from one school to the next.
You realize Norvell is at FSU now, right? You’ve got better odds of luring Urban Meyer out of retirement than buying out JoMo and Norvell’s contracts at the same time.
Tunsil honorable mention? The dude gave up two sacks his entire career and is a bookend LT in the pros right now.
Everyone excited about this hire should go look at the Ole Miss run game under Freeze. It was horrible outside of the one year that Bicknell took over the o-line. Almost every Ole Miss fan wanted him fired back then when he was just a position coach.
Firing Luke was absolutely the right call. Why wait another year? Have you seen our schedule? We're almost a lock to start out 1-5 next year and then he's going to have to upset Florida, A&M or State to pull off that 6th win assuming we beat Vandy and Arkansas. No way he would survive another sub .500 season. Why kick the can down the road when you can start over now?
Or the fact that Luke came out and more or less defended Moore. Saying, "That's not who we are," after the same thing has happened before under your watch must mean it absolutely is who we are. He's too much of a friend to the players and not enough of a coach.
What kind of safe space, snowflake kinda rule is this? Sounds like State officials are prepping for a loss and don’t want to have it rubbed in their face.
I think all of these people saying he shouldn’t have played are idiots. He was medically cleared and it was a new injury. If he goes out there and aggravates an existing injury, fine, but that kind of freak injury can happen to any player in any game. When was the last time you saw a player go out with a dislocated hip? Question leaving him in the game all you want, but to question why he even played is beyond stupid.
Southeast Missouri, Middle Tennessee, Georgia Southern should be wins, should win against Vandy and Arkansas, so that leaves one more. Who?
For anyone who thinks this isn't a big deal to Ole Miss, my first college football game was in '03 against LSU. We have a picture of a church billboard with "Go to Hell LSU" on it. Whether we're playing LSU or not, during every national anthem, someone shouts GTH LSU. That being said, we lose this one.