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Hugh Freeze and his “OLE MISS REBELS” has it all going their way last season. After an impressive road win at Alabama, the faithful in Oxford went crazy.
However, the Rebels season turned, and they finished the campaign with a 10-3 record and a Sugar Bowl victory over Oklahoma State.
Four seasons ago College Football fans were shocked that Freeze was able to recruit three of the top players in the nation.
The 2016-17 Rebels still have talent despite the loss of three first-round NFL draft picks. The Rebels won’t have to wait long for a competitive football game.
Ole Miss will travel to Orlando, Florida to take on a splendid Florida State team on Labor Day weekend.
Freeze must also get his team ready for SEC road trips to Texas A&M, LSU, and Arkansas. The Rebels get Alabama, Auburn, and Mississippi State at home in the 2016-17 season.
The Ole Miss offense will be led by quarterback Chad Kelly (4,024) yards through the air last season. The Buffalo, New York native turned heads last season with a magnificent exhibition against Alabama.
Offensive Tackle Laremy Tunsil and wideout Laquon Treadwell are now in the NFL. Freeze is sold on freshman Greg Little to protect Kelly’s blind side.
Offensive Coordinators Matt Luke and Dan Werner understands Little will have growing pains, but they are impressed with his nimble feet.
The loss of Treadwell will loom huge; he’s going to be a star at his next level.
Freeze and his staff have talent at the wide receiver position, and Kelly will find a go-to guy in the first couple of games this season.
Running Backs Akeem Judd and Jordan Wilkins will carry the load in the rushing attack. Both are big backs who can pound it inside.
Bovada list the 2016-17 Mississippi Rebels at +1,000 to win the SEC Title.
The 2016-17 Mississippi Rebels defense must get better against the pass.
Co-Defensive Coordinators Jason Jones and Dave Wommack will not have the services of defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche.
Ole Miss ranked near the bottom of the FBS in pass defense last season. Junior Defensive End Marquis Haynes is one of the best at his position rushing the passer.
Fadol Brown, who lines up on the other end position has NFL type size. Freeze and his staff tried to take advantage of recruiting again this season but failed at the inside linebacker position.
Oregon State transfer Rommel Mageo will be the starter at the inside linebacker position.
Senior Tony Conner is a first round talent in the secondary, a knee injury last season stopped his progression, but he’s ready to go in 2016-17.
The “OLE MISS REBELS” will contend for the SEC West title.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2016-17 Mississippi Rebels will post a 9-3 record.
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