Rebel Roundup - September 9, 2012

See ya.

Ole Miss defeats UTEP 28-10 behind 4 TDs from Bo Wallace | Gulflive.com
You know what I like to see? I like to see a starting Rebel quarterback saying something like this after an 18-point victory:

I played well, but the second half got a little sloppy. We'll go into this week and work on those things. ... It's never as good as it seems.

It's like music to my ears. Keep working, Bo and the rest of the Rebel footballers. It's paying off.

Miner Meltdown in Mississippi | Miner Rush
Our friends at Miner Rush do an excellent job of breaking down the Ole Miss victory from a UTEP fan perspective.

Rashawn Smith Commits to Ole Miss | Mississippi Recruiting Report
"Salty" John Talty, the Clarion-Ledger's new recruiting analyst and the sidekick to the Enemy of the Cup (we like to think of it that way, at least), reports that Rashawn Smith, a linebacker out of Florence, AL, committed to the Rebs after the UTEP game. Said Smith of the game day experience, "It was amazing, the atmosphere was great. The whole thing was even better than I had heard about."

Texas Longhorns defense shows up, shuts down New Mexico | ESPN
Know thy enemy. The Longhorns have an athletic, strong, and salty defense, and they proved it last week shutting out the New Mexico Lobos 45-0. This is noteworthy because New Mexico was able to score 66 points just the week prior against Southern University.

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