SEC-ond to none
Offensive line was horrific. Receivers were locked down. Corral looked scared. Play calling was mind boggling. That being said, I couldn’t be happier with the defense. Tell me we hold Memphis to 15 before the game and I would’ve told you to seek mental help.
So the players that knowingly allowed the tutor to cheat for them should get off penalty free? Got ya.
Mississippi State leadership comment on NCAA’s decision to hand down punishment for academic misconduct
I love the double standard between student athletes and regular students. According to State's honor code, regular students get expelled for this type of infraction.
Tate Martell not starting at Miami says a lot about him and even more about college football in 2019
That's a hard no for me wanting him at Ole Miss. He's Chad Kelly drama without the Chad Kelly talent.
I have to respectfully disagree with you. He may not have had eye popping stats at Ole Miss, but he impacted every game by becoming the focus of the other team’s offensive line. The three years he was there were the best statistical defenses we’ve seen in a long time at OM.
You must not know much about Rich Rod's offense. In 2017, Khalil Tate rushed for over 1400 yards on 153 attempts. Brandon Dawkins went for over 900 yards on 131 carries in 2016. If he has a mobile QB, RR is gonna let him roll.
No love for Matt Corral? If the spring game is any indication, 29 of the 59 rushing plays were QB runs.
" The touching by Perine in this case, however, is not only minimal but also is of the sort that society largely accepts as attention getting when someone is facing away from someone else." Largely accepted when getting someone's attention? I'm not saying it was that bad, but grab a police officer by the arm like that and you get shot.
Not trying to take shots or anything, but Vandy has arguably the worst home field advantage in the conference. I’m not sure if stadium upgrades will help get more fans to attend, but at least it’s a step in the right direction.
They’re not a basketball power, but don’t think an NCAA basketball investigation wouldn’t spill over into the football program. Same reason the Clemson assistant coach is on tape talking to an FBI agent about how good the Clemson football program is at cheating. The NCAA isn’t going to do anything to harm its blue bloods. Wonder why North Carolina football got off free? Easy, can’t risk hurting the basketball program.
NCAA ain’t going after blue bloods. They have bigger fish to fry like Ole Miss and Missouri.
Trust me, we’re more than happy he’s gone. Hopefully he took his championship belt and Twitter persona with him.
Wow, I had high hopes for him. He was one of the state of Louisiana’s best tacklers coming out of high school.
Mullen is the reason the Ole Miss/Mississippi State rivalry has been so toxic over the last decade. He always says and does things to provoke a reaction and stir up the fans. It's fine to pump up a rivalry, but he goes to the extreme and then it spills over into the fanbase and the players. Just like how the State players wouldn't shake hands with us two years ago. There's a line between a healthy rivalry and a toxic one and he likes to cross it.
If we're including redshirt freshmen, you have to put Matt Corral on the list. Ole Miss has him and three true freshmen backups.
Man, Mullen is gonna come down hard on him for grabbing her by the neck. He might get a two, maybe even three, play suspension during the first game.
If basketball players are getting $300k deals, then you can imagine that the football players are getting their fair share.
Not only that, but it was already a 2 on 1 fight that his mom and sister started. Watch the entire video. Everyone deserves a second chance, but when people start using the “He was defending his family!” excuse they are completely ignorant of the entire situation.
Nothing will come of this. Wasn't LSU's head coach just reinstated after being caught on tape talking about potential payments? All the schools have to do is investigate internally and claim no violations occurred.
Report: Witness in CBB bribery trial claims he paid thousands of dollars to football players, including from Alabama
Bama players getting paid? Breaking news: Water is wet!
The misconception of marijuana legalization is that because it’s legal you can use it. Not the case. Jobs (and assuming colleges) don’t just allow you to fail drug tests even if it’s legal. Now they wouldn’t have been arrested, but they’ll still have to pass a drug screen to play.
Hey man, Hattiesburg is great. Who doesn’t love getting robbed or shot on a regular basis?
It was a southern heritage group of people that want the state flag displayed on campus again. Also, this “racist” group includes African American members that don’t want history erased. To summarize, there was a racist, mixed raced group of people protesting that the state flag is no longer flown on the grounds of a state funded college. It’s a regular event on campus that people are suddenly making making an issue about.
Curious to see if Matt Corral tops 3000 in the new offense or if we truly turn into a run heavy offense.
Bounds is as big of a State homer as there is. That being said, I'm not saying he's wrong with anything he said regarding the fans and Luke. Bjork must have his head shoulder deep in sand to think there is fan support. I personally don't know a single Ole Miss fan that thinks Luke is capable of coaching this team. In fact, I think there are two guys (Rich Rod and Mike MacIntyre) that will be putting their hat into the mix after next season for the vacant HC job after Luke fails to win 6 games this year.
I don't know about that. You never know how someone will respond to an injury. Take Tony Conner for example. He was being called a high draft pick early in his Ole Miss career until he tore his knee up and was never the same player after that. I'd also say look at Jake Butt a few years ago. He was the top ranked TE in the draft (although not the same as a D-lineman) and went undrafted after his ACL.
Ineligible player. There was only one player ineligible when we beat Bama in 2014 (Tunsil) and he didn't even play in the 2015 game that we won, so yes I would say we could have beaten them without him in 2014.
It still counts as a loss in the record books. You still have the L, but we just don't show it was a W anymore.
I have to make something clear: it still counts as a loss for State in the record books. Nice try, though.
They're not "losses" in the record book for us or wins for y'all. Vacated wins are ruled no contests. It's as if the game was never played. But hey, whatever makes you feel better.