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2018 Schedule
6-6, 6th in SEC - West
Luke says Rebels are Ta'amu's team (2:44)
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25dMark Schlabach

Gators' Mullen, AD Stricklin added to lawsuit

Attorneys for a Mississippi-based clothing store that sued two Mississippi State players for defamation and conspiracy added former Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen, former MSU athletics director Scott Stricklin, the NCAA and an investigator as defendants.

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Ole Miss files appeal against NCAA punishment

Ole Miss has filed its appeal of the NCAA committee on infractions' decision to ban football from the postseason in 2018, limit unofficial recruiting visits and cite the school for lack of institutional control in a case involving 21 violations.

Luke overcomes hurdles, creates excitement for Ole Miss (1:39)
Luke uses 'positive energy' to land strong class (5:02)
Ex-Ole Miss players claim they were misled during recruiting process (1:08)
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45dMark Schlabach

Ole Miss transfers: We were misled about probe

Six former Ole Miss players who are seeking immediate eligibility at their new schools said they were misled about an NCAA investigation that ultimately penalized the football program from bowl games for consecutive seasons.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Ole Miss safety Deontay Anderson is transferring to Houston, the school confirmed on Thursday. Anderson was the No. 1 safety in the 2016 recruiting class and the No. 41 overall player in the 2016 ESPN 300.

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53dEdward Aschoff

Freeze has 'new appreciation for integrity'

Speaking at Liberty University on Wednesday in his first public appearance since resigning in July, former Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze expressed remorse for his actions.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Ole Miss defensive back Breon Dixon announced on Twitter Sunday morning that he's transferring to Nebraska. Dixon, who was ranked the No. 18 prospect in Georgia in 2016 by ESPN Recruiting, will have to sit out one season under NCAA transfer rules, unless he successfully appeals for a waiver from the NCAA. He had five tackles in six games last season.

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83dESPN Recruiting

Midterm football recruiting class grades

The first early signing period is in the books. With almost seven weeks until national signing day, some grades are incomplete, but here's how teams have fared.

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86dTom VanHaaren

New coaches earn mixed results in early signing period

Coaches who took over at new schools had a tough task getting rolling before the early signing period. Some, including Chip Kelly and Dan Mullen, have survived, while others have a lot of work to do to salvage their classes.

Luke has done 'phenomenal job' with signing class (1:49)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh says former Ole Miss QB Shea Patterson will have a chance to complete for the starting job at Michigan, but isn't guaranteed anything. "The only thing that's guaranteed here is an opportunity," Harbaugh said.

Luke: Excitement surrounds incoming Ole Miss recruits (2:07)
How new SEC coaches are preparing for early signing (2:21)
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89dEdward Aschoff

Ole Miss WR Jefferson transferring to Florida

Former Ole Miss wide receiver Van Jefferson, who was granted permission to transfer and speak to other schools, announced Monday that he will be transferring to Florida to finish out his collegiate career.

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93dTom Luginbill

Scout's Take: QB Matt Corral to Ole Miss

Matt Corral, ranked as the No. 6 pocket passer in the 2018 class, is headed to Ole Miss. He had been committed to USC and Florida earlier.

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93dTom VanHaaren

ESPN 300 QB Corral flips from UF to Ole Miss

Quarterback Matt Corral has announced he is flipping his commitment from Florida to Ole Miss. Corral is the No. 6-ranked pocket-passer in this class and is the only ESPN 300 commitment in the Rebels' class.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

With the latest wave of coaching changes complete in the SEC, that means the rest of the league has now had 43 different head coaches since Nick Saban was hired at Alabama in 2007. All but Georgia, LSU, Missouri and South Carolina have had three different head coaches since Saban arrived. Arkansas and Tennessee lead the way, each with five different head coaches.

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