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Chad Kelly details his immense confidence in Ole Miss WRs
Does Chad Kelly have too much confidence in his wide receivers?
Nobody would blame him with the host of talented wideouts that the Rebels possess, but the Ole Miss quarterback admits he shouldn’t make some throws he does.
“That’s exactly it,” Kelly said, according to the Oxford Eagle’s Davis Potter. “I see those guys every single day make fantastic catches and do this and that. That’s where I get it in my head that, ‘Hey, they can make a play right here.’ But like I said, if it’s not there, throw it away.”
Courtesy of Connor Smolensky and to read the rest go to SEC Country.com
Ole Miss Football: TV Guide for the Weekend
Ole Miss football has a bye week on Saturday, the only time Rebel fans will have a rest during the fall. So what should Ole Miss fans watch without the Rebels?
Ole Miss is still in the middle of the SEC West race and even has an outside shot at the playoff with a little help around the country.
Courtesy of Drew Moak and to read the rest go to OleHottyToddy.com
Rebels still have a chance for what might have been
Ole Miss is ranked No. 14 in the country and coming off its first two-game win streak of the season. Headed into the bye, there are plenty worse predicaments the Rebels could be in.
It could also be better.
What if the Rebels hadn’t blown either of the three-touchdown leads against Florida State or Alabama? Where would they be? No. 1?
Maybe not. Teams like Clemson still may lay claim, though it would be tough to argue if Ole Miss had navigated 4-0 through the toughest September in college football before taking care of Memphis on the first of this month.
That’s where it could be. Where they are still leaves room to get there. An SEC title game is realistically a stretch. Alabama would have to lose a couple of games, and Ole Miss can’t. However, the Crimson Tide is entering a brutal four-game stretch that will define its season. That starts this week at Arkansas, then at Tennessee, vs. Texas A&M and then at LSU.
Courtesy of Brandon Speck and to read the rest of the article go to Saturday Down South.com