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Rebel Roundup - 7/29/10 - 38 Days

38 days until football season. Never quit, Rebels.
38 days until football season. Never quit, Rebels.

Go Ahead and Update you EA Sports NCAA 2011 Rosters
Because Jeremiah Masoli is a Rebel. More on this to come, naturally.

Ole Miss Adds LA Tech to Complete 2011 Schedule |
Well that was easy enough. Our 2011 schedule is as follows:

Sept. 3  Boise State  Oxford
 Sept. 10  Southern Illinois  Oxford
 Sept. 17  Vanderbilt  Nashville, Tenn.
 Sept. 24  Georgia  Oxford
 Oct. 1  Fresno State  Fresno, Calif.
 Oct. 8  Open  
 Oct. 15  Alabama  Oxford
 Oct. 22  Arkansas  Oxford
 Oct. 29  Auburn  Auburn, Ala.
 Nov. 5  Kentucky  Lexington, Ky.
 Nov. 12  Louisiana Tech  Oxford
 Nov. 19  LSU  Oxford
 Nov. 26  Mississippi State  Buttholetown

With a home slate which includes Boise State, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, and LSU, you better believe 2011's season tickets are going to be hard to come by. Naturally, I'm most excited about the season opener against Boise State because that has "primetime on ESPN" written all over it. The road trips to Nashville (always a good time, don't hate), Auburn, and Lexington should be worthwhile, while the season ending trip to TSFWCDAO is what it is.

Da Lil' Bastid Signs with the Chiefs | Fantasy Football Insider
Get money, Dex. Dexter McCluster signed a four-year contract with the Chiefs who hope to use him in a Wes Welker type role in the slot. Show out, Dex. Make us proud. And congratulations from all of us on the internets.

Brown Made Big Impact at Ole Miss | Clarion Ledger
Former Rebel All-American Allen Brown will be inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame tonight.

Brown played for Ole Miss from 1962 to 1964 for legendary coach Johnny Vaught, leading the Rebels to a 22-6-3 record over that span, including 10-0 in 1962. He played on both sides of the ball - as a tight end and defensive end - and was named a first-team All-American by The Associated Press, Time magazine, The Sporting News and Playboy magazine in 1964.

He also went on to have a brief career as a tight-end for the Green Bay Packers, winning two Super Bowls. Gongratulations, Allen.