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July 10, 2012

 

Switching Things Up On Defense

Ole Miss looks to improve on the defensive side of the ball, as the Rebels were ranked at the bottom of the SEC in total defense this past season. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack is planning to incorporate his new 4-2-5 defensive scheme to help turn things around. 

“We’re really looking for our guys to play both man and zone coverage," Wommack said. "Especially our boundary corner, he needs to be quick and very physical."

 

April 24, 2012

With the end of spring practice, football beat writer Bennett Hipp breaks down next year’s Ole Miss football team position-by-position, starting with the defense. Tomorrow, he breaks down the offense. 

 

With the end of spring practice, football beat writer Bennett Hipp breaks down next year’s Ole Miss football team position-by-position, starting with the defense. Tomorrow, he breaks down the offense. 

 

Defensive ends:

October 19, 2011

 

Defensive line:

The Rebels’ defensive line has been solid so far in 2011 against the pass but has struggled to stop the run. Ole Miss is now faced with the task of replacing senior defensive end Wayne Dorsey, who broke his right arm against Alabama this past weekend. Dorsey was in the middle of an impressive senior season, leading the Rebels in sacks with three and racking up 22 tackles. 

July 25, 2011

With fall practice quickly approaching, here are some things to look for as Ole Miss prepares to begin its 2011 season.

1. Who wins the quarterback job?

This will be the main focus for Ole Miss as the season nears. Sophomore Barry Brunetti is thought to have the lead heading into fall practice, but junior Randall Mackey isn’t far behind after showing flashes of his talent in the spring. Junior college transfer Zack Stoudt is in the mix as well.

2. Is Matt Hall ready to contribute at right guard?