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Rebel Roundup - July 30th, 2012

I don't think you're catching that one, Brandon. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
I don't think you're catching that one, Brandon. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Since Ghost is off doing things that are fun, you're stuck with me. In an effort to appease and satiate you all, I offer a video of kittens falling off of a Roomba.

Ole Miss Pulls Christopher Robinson's Offer | Shreveport Times
Apparently we pulled the defensive tackle's offer because we're worried about his grades. It could also have to do with his less than stellar performance at camps so far. He sounds so heartbroken with the news.

"It's not very frustrating because I have other offers," said Robinson, who was committed to Ole Miss since April. "I'm just going to take my time."

I'm sure someone will take this and run with it, saying that Hugh Freeze is satan for pulling this offer, etc, but it's not like it's the last week of January or anything (see: Houston Nutt).

Most Important Rebels: No. 8 Aaron Morris | Clarion Ledger
I'm excited about Aaron Morris. I really am. I think the guy has good size and apparently may have quick feet. The problem I have with this pick is that he's a left guard. I guess I figured position would play a more important part in these subjective rankings.

Still, you have to be pleased that at least one offensive lineman has been impressive during the Summer. The guys are big enough that if they could just get in decent cardio shape, they could really present some problems for opposing defenses with the no-huddle wearing down the D.

Brandon Bolden Making Bold Impression | Bleacher Report

Apparently Bolden has had a strong camp with the Patriots. He gets the first several paragraphs of the linked article. I always felt like Bolden had a chance to make it in the NFL. He didn't really progress during his four years at Ole Miss, but he was a very special looking back as a freshman and did good things for the remainder of his time here. Without him, the last two years would have been worse (if that's possible).