Alcorn State, Jackson State, and Mississippi Valley were dressed to the nines today. The SWAC center stage Friday for Football Media Day. The Braves were picked to win their 4th straight East Division title. Lenorris Footman returns for his senior season, looking to avenge a loss in the 2016 SWAC title game. The Tigers were picked to finish 3rd in the East. JSU has questions at QB, but no doubt on defense thanks to SWAC Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Keontre Anderson.
It's hard to talk about Ole Miss football right now without touching on the NCAA investigation. The latest development coming via former head coach Houston Nutt and a lawsuit he filed against the university that includes Hugh Freeze as part of a group that started a smear campaign against him. Freeze was asked about it at SEC Media Days. He was unable to comment specifically due to the on-going legal matters. "There's still going to be stuff that comes out.
The annual "You Gotta Believe Camp" brought a number of former Ole Miss football players back to Jackson on Thursday. "It's just fun to get back together." Colts wide receiver and former Ole Miss football player Donte Moncrief said. "It will be a while before you see these guys again and the season is about to start, so it'll be a whole year before we see each other again. After the kids workout we do too, so we just have fun together." "It's like a little reunion for us."
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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