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Rebel Roundup - December 30, 2011

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Not only did the Rebels lose the game to Middle Tennessee, but they also  lost Murphy Holloway indefinitely.
Not only did the Rebels lose the game to Middle Tennessee, but they also lost Murphy Holloway indefinitely.

Without Murph | Scout.com
When Murphy Holloway went down with an injury against MTSU, his players, coaches, and fans feared the worst. He looked to be in significant pain as he was helped off of the floor at the DeSoto Civic Center, an image which gave us cause to worry that the star forward could be out for the remainder of the season. Thankfully, though, his injury was nothing more than a very painful ankle sprain, meaning that Murph's day-to-day at this point. He likely will not play against Dayton, but could see action in the Rebs' SEC debut against LSU next week.

Preview: Dayton vs. Mississippi | DaytonDailyNews.com
The Rebels play Dayton tonight in a rematch of last year's Flyers win. More on this from us today.

2012 SEC Football Strength-Of-Schedule Rankings: Ole Miss Is Doomed | SBNation.com
It goes without saying, but if you'd like to see someone put some numbers to the fact that our 2012 schedule is the most difficult in the SEC, click this link.

Ole Miss, Mississippi State both host Texas A&M in 2012 | Gulflive.com
In their inaugural SEC season, Texas A&M gets to travel to Oxford, one of the SEC's best road trips (yeah, we're biased, deal with it), Tuscaloosa, Auburn, and Starkville. It's not exactly a murderer's row of an away schedule, but it should be interesting enough to welcome the Aggies to the SEC West.