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Position switch puts Wesley Walls in Miss. Sports HOF

OXFORD – Former Ole Miss star Wesley Walls spent a few moments before a spring practice in 1988 throwing a football around with quarterback John Darnell and a few other teammates, something that helped make him a five-time Pro Bowler who played 15 seasons in the NFL. 745 more words

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Former Rebels John Jerry, Michael Oher expecting big seasons

BATESVILLE – Former Ole Miss offensive lineman John Jerry needed a break after spending part of his summer working out in Arizona in preparation for training camp. 653 more words

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Johnson's son a coveted QB recruit

Owen legend Brad Johnson’s son has picked up scholarship offers from Florida State and Miami before ever playing a down of high school football.

Max Johnson is a 6-foot-3, 175-pound incoming freshman quarterback at Oconee County (Ga.). 110 more words


Fieldstone to host celebrity basketball game for vets, police

Several Rockland County municipalities will take their shot against Super Bowl champions, a Harlem Globetrotters alum, plus more in a celebrity basketball game being held Sunday afternoon at Fieldstone Secondary School. 234 more words


Ole Miss' Chad Kelly credits father as big influence

HOOVER, Ala. – Quarterback Chad Kelly grew up with Hall of Famer Jim Kelly for an uncle, but that wasn’t the family member who had the most influence on him as a football player. 570 more words

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Dillon Day's trip to Super Bowl, White House began at MSU

STARKVILLE – Two piles of confetti accompany four helmets within Dillon Day’s trophy case.

The helmets signify his career arc from West Monroe High School (La.) to Mississippi State followed by two from the Denver Broncos: one used in a game, the other signed by his boss John Elway. 828 more words

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Chaotic offseason for WNC football-coaching continues

HENDERSONVILLE – Jim Sosebee had a good feeling or two.

The appeals far outweighed the drawbacks when Sosebsee decided to become Hendersonville’s football coach last week. 305 more words