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By Paul Myerberg // May 30, 2012
The healing can begin. But first, major surgery. Scalpel: excise the nasty taste of a program record for futility in SEC play — 14 straight losses and counting. Suction: rebuild the roster, beginning with those gone, those who returned and those willing to do what it takes to return Mississippi to competitiveness in an SEC West that’s nothing if not unkind to those unable to maintain a heavy foot on the gas pedal. Calipers: gauge not only where you stand today but where you want to be tomorrow, when the Rebels stand a better chance of reclaiming a permanent spot in postseason play. Suture: but not until the wound has been cleared of any potentially infectious debris. Rehabilitation: hit the weights, work late into the night, study your film, send out scholarship offers to any quick, strong, agile and hostile recruit with two arms and two legs. Ready? Send the Rebels up to the Operating Room. Dr. Hugh Freeze will do the honors.
Tags: Barry Brunetti, Bo Wallace, C.J. Johnson, Channing Ward, Charles Sawyer, D.T. Shackelford, Dan Werner, Dave Wommack, Dehendret Collins, Donte Moncrief, Egg Bowl, Evan Swindall, Hugh Freeze, I'Tavius Mathers, Jeff Scot, Matt Luke, Mike Marry, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Pierce Burton, Randall Mackey, SEC, Uriah Grant, Wesley McGriff
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By Paul Myerberg // Apr 4, 2011
I don’t think the argument is about which SEC team has the best quarterback: it’s Georgia and Aaron Murray, and any argument to the contrary — especially with his closest competition out for spring practice — should fall on deaf ears. Murray, entering his sophomore season, showed enough as a first-year starter in 2010 to earn this prestigious title, even if this looks like the conference’s worst batch of starting quarterbacks in the better part of the decade. Where have all the stars gone? Are we ready for a year without an SEC quarterback factoring heavily in the Heisman Trophy mix?