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Rebel Roundup - December 12, 2011

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White Debuts In 80-56 Rout Of Delta Devils | OleMissSports.com
Snoop White got the minutes he deserved during his first game as an Ole Miss Rebel, shaking off whatever rust he accrued on the bench before scoring 16 points, a team high. He also had six rebounds and four assists, leading the team to a snoozer of a win over a well-below-average Valley team. For those of you not in the know, White was declared ineligible for his first semester by the NCAA because they didn't like his ACT score or some nonsense. He finished up his finals, passed his classes, and got his grades back in time for the NCAA to rule him eligible for the remainder of the season. Jelan Kendrick was in the same boat and should be clear for the next game (Wednesday against ULL).

Also, while you're over at the official online headquarters, did you see that they're selling a basketball all-SEC ticket package for $140? That's a good deal. You should get on that if you don't already have tickets because, if this team turns out to live up to their billing (please please please), this season could be one of the most exciting seasons in recent memory at the Tool Pool.

Hugh Freeze should hit recruiting hard | SEC Blog - ESPN
He should and he will. If there is one thing Hugh Freeze has shown he can do, it's recruit. Specifically mentioned in this piece is Long Beach HS linebacker Richie Brown, a Clarion-Ledger Dandy Dozen selection who has a renewed interest in Ole Miss now that Tyrone Nix doesn't have a job Hugh Freeze is in Oxford.

I'Tavius Mathers, C.J. Beathard remain committed to Ole Miss | The Tennessean
I’Tavius Mathers, a four-star halfback prospect out of Murfreesboro, and C.J. Beathard, a three-star quarterback out of Franklin, Tennessee, will keep their commitments to play football at Ole Miss. Mathers is a guy to watch because, assuming he stays healthy and qualifies, he'll probably get plenty of playing time as a freshman.

Small-town upbringing sent Freeze on his way | The Commercial Appeal
Breezy Kyle Veazey's penned an interesting look at Hugh Freeze's upbringing in rural north Mississippi and how that influenced who he is today.