We hate to interrupt the baseball euphoria that you're all in, but we've got more good news to offer here at the Cup, this team dealing with the football program.
Ole Miss is adding another stud recruit from the class of 2013, even if his impact won't be felt until 2015. Damore'ea Stringfellow, a former Washington Husky wideout, will transfer to Ole MIss where he will join Laquon Treadwell and Quincy Adeboyejo as junior wide receivers once he has fulfilled his NCAA-mandated year off of the field.
A former four-star prospect rated by Rivals as the 10th best wide receiver in the country, Stringfellow is listed as a 6'2", 229 pounds, and saw not insignificant minutes on the field as a true freshman for the Huskies last year. His most notable performance - one in which a significant majority of his total yards came - was against UCLA, where he caught eight balls for 147 yards and a score.
In not-so-good news, depending on who you ask, this transfer is a bit of a product of peepa heppin' (a bidness that we're still in), as Stringfellow transferred out of U-Dub after an off-campus fight. His decision came down to Ole Miss and Nebraska, with his snubbing of the Cornhuskers coming somewhat abruptly last night.
Nebraska thought it was getting a star WR transfer from Washington. But then ... http://t.co/flNr5dNsRW pic.twitter.com/8Y4cBiZD0M— SB✯Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) June 20, 2014