The NCAA is looking beyond former offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil in its inquiry into Rebels’ football program, according to Yahoo Sports. The NCAA spoke to players from two SEC Western Division schools about the Rebels’ recruitment of them.
Chad Kelly has picked up in August camp where he left off at the end of the 2015 season, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze says. That’s good news for Kelly, but not so good for inexperienced cornerbacks trying to solidify spots in the playing rotation.
There’s so many questions and so little time. This week unofficially marked the end of summer in the Southeast and the beginning of football season as coaches, players and fans converged on Hoover, Ala., for the annual media circus known as the SEC Media Days.
Suspicion had surrounded the program since an exceedingly good 2013 recruiting class but the NCAA’s case got a lot stronger when, one week after after the fight in June 2015, Lindsay Miller met with NCAA investigators, according to an extensive article published Wednesday by Campusrush.com, Sports Illustrated’s college football website.