FOOTBALL: Late practice update

Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt got back to some basics with quarterback Jevan Snead today. He let Snead see the Rebels’ first defensive line. “Good on good,” Nutt calls it. “We had kind of gotten away from that.”

Snead was 8-for-11 with no picks, and there were no fumbles. No turnovers on the day, and Nutt’s goal is none for the week. He said about one a week at practice has been routine.

Elsewhere, defensive line coach Tracy Rocker had some interesting things to say about the continued development of Jerrell Powe and on the status of Greg Hardy.

Here’s an audio clip with Rocker.

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— PA

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2 Responses to “FOOTBALL: Late practice update”

  1. Jay Stokes Says:

    it’s going to be awesome when hardy ends up being the leading SEC sacker for the second straight year after missing the first three games of the season…..

  2. EglinReb Says:

    is that Jay Stokes the guitar player from Kincannon dorm in ’78-’79?

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