Ole Miss quarterback Jevan Snead went through limited work in the team’s practice today but expects to go through all work tomorrow and to be full-speed for the Mississippi State game Friday.
Snead took a hard hit on his right shoulder — his throwing shoulder — in the Rebels’ 31-13 win over LSU last week. The play was near the end of the first half, but Snead returned and played the entire second half, inlcuding a naked bootleg run for a first down inside the LSU 5 as the Rebels were in run-out-the-clock mode.
“It’s fine. I’ll be 100 percent by game time. I’m good to go. There are no worries about any of that. I’m just fine,” Snead said.
Oher a finalist: Offensive tackle Michael Oher, a 6-5, 318 senior, has been named a finalist for the Outland Trophy, which goes to the nation’s best interior lineman. Defensive line coach Tracy Rocker won the award while an All-American defensive tackle at Auburn in the 1980s. Finalists along with Oher are Oklahoma guard Duke Robinson and Alabama offensive tackle Andre Smith.