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Rebel Roundup - January 26, 2011

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Erving Walker will bring his knowledge of karate to Oxford tonight, as the Florida Gators take on our Rebels in the Tad Pad. Students and Oxonians, there is no excuse for there to be an empty seat in that place.
Erving Walker will bring his knowledge of karate to Oxford tonight, as the Florida Gators take on our Rebels in the Tad Pad. Students and Oxonians, there is no excuse for there to be an empty seat in that place.

Gators' three-guard system faces test vs. Ole Miss | Gainesville.com
Florida coach Billy Donovan said earlier this month he had no reservations going into Southeastern Conference play with a three-guard starting lineup.

Bo Wallace Cited for Minor in Possession | The Clarion Ledger
Rebel quarterback Bo Wallace got an MIP last night at Roosters. To our detractors, this is prima facie evidence that Bo Wallace is a "thug" and wholly unfit to quarterback an SEC team. Which is fine, whatever. I'll let them wallow in their stupid Schadenfreude. If you haven't been a student at Ole Miss in the past fifteen years or so, perhaps you don't know that getting an MIP in Oxford is seemingly easier than getting a speeding ticket (and, legally, there's hardly a distinction between the two).

In the News: Ole Miss will look into possible minor violation | The Commercial Appeal
Speaking of illegal activity, our compliance people are going to look into whether or not Snoop Brassell's birthday party's promotion (which reached about an 8.5 on the South Panola Swagscale), which involved an online marketing campaign and fliers, could count as a minor NCAA violation. I don't really know much about the NCAA's draconian rules, but since it a) happened and b) involved an SEC football team, even tangentially, I'm sure it's an infraction.

2012 SEC Football Schedule: Winners, Losers And Standings Projections | SBNation.com
SBNation's college football numbers guru, Bill Connelly, doesn't see Ole Miss improving on 2-10 next season. Lordamercy let's hope he's wrong.

Oxford listed as the 15th fastest growing city in America | Forbes
According to this, Oxford's 2010 population was 47,351, which is far, far higher than I would have imagined. I'm assuming that they're counting univeristy students (many of which aren't technically residents of Oxford) in that figure, because Oxford certainly doesn't have the look or feel of a town with any more than 30K.