Rebel Roundup - October 19, 2011

Rebs on record SEC loss streak | The Clarion-Ledger
The Twitters have been abuzz this week with the news that Houston Nutt is, in fact, a record breaking head football coach. Last week's loss to Alabama marked the ninth consecutive SEC loss under Houston Nutt, something no Ole Miss football coach has ever "accomplished." Ed Orgeron came close with eight consecutive losses, but Houston Nutt's looking to make that ten, eleven, or even twelve consecutive losses. The sky's the limit, Houston!

Keys to the Game: Ole Miss at Arkansas | CBSSports.com
Ole Miss will win if everything, and then some, works out in our favor. Arkansas will win if they just play football like they're supposed to. That's more-or-less the gist of this.

SECond down: Ole Miss guard ready to play former team | The Commercial Appeal
Matt Hall is looking forward to playing Arkansas this Saturday, a team he played for off-and-on during Bobby Petrino's second year as the program's head coach. After that season he transferred from Fayetteville to Oxford because his relationship with Petrino "just kind of ended."

Houston Nutt Sees A Light, But What Is It? | SBNation.com
In Coach Nutt's most recent press conference, he claimed to feel that "there's a light at the end of the tunnel." SBN's Jason Kirk an Spencer Hall speculate as to what exactly that light may be.

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