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Postby AusTxPony » Tue May 01, 2018 10:34 pm

Is it true Ole Miss got hammered by the NCAA, no bowl for 2 years? And their football players can transfer to D-1 without sitting a year? Do we need any of those guys, CBs/Safety/LB? Seems like SMU would be a good place to land to get playing time.
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Re: Ole Miss

Postby Julian Grendel » Fri May 04, 2018 5:25 pm

Whatever the deal it means we get to see Patterson play QB for Michigan
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Re: Ole Miss

Postby Mexmustang » Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:39 pm

Why? Old Miss will only be ineligible for two years, save for a couple of sub-minor bowls we've been ineligible.for the past 30!
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Re: Ole Miss

Postby leopold » Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:21 pm

Yeah, when it was first announced that OM was getting sanctions and their players would be eligible to transfer and play immediately I went through their roster and posted a list of players from Texas, primarily undergrads, that would be eligible. We didn't get any of them.

Houston landed DB Deontay Anderson, listed as a top-10 prospect out of Texas coming from HS. So not only did we strike out, one of our chief rivals landed a talented safety prospect. Houston has cleaned up this year in the transfer market.
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Re: Ole Miss

Postby footballdad » Sat Jul 14, 2018 5:59 pm

leopold wrote:Yeah, when it was first announced that OM was getting sanctions and their players would be eligible to transfer and play immediately I went through their roster and posted a list of players from Texas, primarily undergrads, that would be eligible. We didn't get any of them.

Houston landed DB Deontay Anderson, listed as a top-10 prospect out of Texas coming from HS. So not only did we strike out, one of our chief rivals landed a talented safety prospect. Houston has cleaned up this year in the transfer market.


Looks like at least 4 starters, including Anderson.........from Ole Miss, TCU, Miami & Utah.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/sports ... 905035.php
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