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The hardest team you have to play next year from the East is Vandy and you still will go 6-6. It will be entertaining watching Bo Wallace throw another 17 INTs though.
God needs a Safety on His team. RIP 21
You do know that he SEC is responsible for making the SEC schedule. Not the teams!
We will win atleast 7 or 8 regular season games.
7 or 8 games? Don't aim too high.
BTW you aren't winning 8.
And this is also why no one would care about your recruiting class.
I know who makes the schedules..
My point was, even though you don't have to play UGA, UF or USCe, you still aren't looking at much better than a 7 win season. I wouldn't pick you to beat Vandy, Texas, Alabama, LSU, ot aTm. That is 7-5 with possible trap games with Auburn, Arkansas and Mizzou.
You went 6-6 last year and you are replacing UGA, who beat you by 4 scores, with a bad Mizzou team. 7-5 is about right. But hey, I guess that is improvement for Ole Miss
Well I'm not a retard. I don't expect us to go from 2-10 to 6-6 to 12-0. But we will be very capable of winning a lot of games next year. We are returning 20 starters and are going to pull in a top 5 recruiting class most likely. Could we win 6 games? yes. But we're going to be more talented an a 6-6 team.
Well there is this thing called rebuilding. I'm sorry we don't play in the leaders/ legends whatever the hell you call it.
I tell you what get back at me when you have 3 top 10 teams in your DIVISION!
Considering we play the reigning national champions, the Heisman trophy winner, and at Texas. Yes 7-8 wins would be a good season.
Not saying you will be a bad team. I just think its funny when many of the Ole Miss fans act like this class will turn them into a national team. The truth is it will take 4 years of this for Ole Miss to be truly competitive in the West.
What if I told you.....you're still Ole Miss?
And will always be...just ole miss. Except now, instead of the colonel rebel, they are a damn bear.....poor bastards
Yes, bama certainly had the better team. But to say the game Wasn't as close as the score showed is completely wrong. Her are the stats. To me the score looks worse than the performance. Jmo.
The Future Is Bright! Hotty Toddy
As an Ole Miss alum, I can say I would hope that we always will be Ole Miss. We are simply better than you regardless of the score of the football game. If you have never been to the Grove you wouldn't understand. While we do seem to be on our way back to football prominence, it won't happen overnight. However, we were very close to beating A&M and beat Bama in the second half this year(How many teams can say that?) If we close this class out as expected it will be another step towards reaching our goal of winning the West and the SEC. How relevant is Michigan right now?
Your right we won't win 8 we're gonna 9 or 10 actually! What conference do you guys play in again?? When was the last time you guys beat anybody from the SEC? Hell y'all can't even beat Miss State hahaha, tell your AD to stop putting SEC teams on your schedule
Just help but laugh at the delusion.
Rich Rod years were tough, but Michigan isn't afraid of the SEC.
More relevant than you maybe?
Better recruiting class, better record, better attendance, better TV ratings, better players, better facilities, more recent BCS bowl appearance/win, more recent conference title, more recent National Title. Should I keep gong?
You aren't winning the West or the SEC, you haven't done that since the 60's and you guys are in a division with a dynasty, and Freshman Heisman winner, not to mention LSU. "Successful Quon", and Nkemidiche doesn't make you guys a good team. Bama, LSU get about 10 players just as good as that EVERY year, and they have been doing that for 4 years. Not just 1.
You guys aren't winning chit.
CHF doin work sons!
I think I might have known something when I posted this (at least subconsciously).
Serious question, who is Ole Miss?
You never answered my question......
If we get this class, I think we will have a shot to win the west in 2014 and 2015. We will also put a lot of scare into Bama next year.
You will scare Bama with freshman? Oh god, I've heard it all.
In the words of Carl Brutananadilewski, "you *have got* to be freaking kidding me."
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
No, not with Freshman. Out of this class I think RNK, Conner, Treadwell, Tunsil and Hooks would be the 'impact" players this year. However, we were already #7 in SEC in D andand #6 in O. We also bring back almost everyone on both sides of the ball. You dont seem to realize most of our impact players from this year were all Fresh and Sophs.
Since we are doing Q&A's........I have the NCAA on the line and they want to know why Richard F. "Dickie" Scruggs has spent so much time and money with Ole Miss since his release from prison, on Dec 12th. Anyone care to answer?
I will hang up to listen.....
Holy balls what a track record:
At the conclusion of one of those Katrina-related trials, a fee dispute arose between Scruggs and other plaintiff's attorneys involved in the case. Vol lock. That fee dispute resulted in a separate trial to determine how to apportion the fees. According to allegations that later surfaced in a criminal prosecution, Scruggs was involved in an attempt to bribe Mississippi Third Circuit Court Judge Henry L. Lackey with $40,000 in exchange for a favorable ruling in the fee dispute.Lackey reported the attempted bribe and cooperated with the investigation.
Scruggs pleaded guilty in Federal Court on March 14, 2008. On June 26, 2008, he was sentenced to five years in prison for the bribery charge.
In a separate federal indictment, Scruggs was accused of attempting to improperly influence Mississippi judge Bobby DeLaughter. On February 10, 2009, Scruggs pleaded guilty in federal court in Aberdeen, Mississippi, to one count of that indictment charging mail fraud in the corruption of a public official. That count carried a maximum penalty of 20 years/$250,000 fine. Scruggs was sentenced to a seven-year term to run concurrently with the five-year sentence, adding two years to the total. He was also fined $100,000. Judge Glen H. Davidson imposed his sentence and quoted the Scottish philosopher William Barclay: “The Romans had a proverb that money was like sea water. The more you drink the thirstier you become.”
John Grisham reported that Scruggs, while serving his sentence in federal prison, worked to help inmates get GED certificates, and expressed astonishment at the low level of literacy among the inmates. Scruggs took long walks with other white-collar inmates. 
In December 2012, a federal judge granted Scruggs' motion to be released from prison on bail pending his appeal of the 2009 conviction.
RIP Lil Julio
I like how whoever added that to his Wiki page threw a "Vol lock" in there.
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