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Podcast Rebellion: What went wrong in the 2nd half against Florida State?

Borkberry recap the brutal loss to the 'Noles, then welcome in former Wofford defensive back Coleman Hornaday to help preview this weekend's home opener.

Up 28-6 minutes before halftime, Ole Miss looked to be cruising to a massive upset over the No. 4 'Noles on Monday night. Then... an implosion. Florida State rattled off 33 unanswered points and eventually won by 11, leaving a bewildered Rebel Nation wondering what the hell happened. On this week's 'cast, Borkberry talk the toxic cocktail of injuries, inexperience and turnovers that fueled the second-half collapse.

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After touching on the other goings-on around the college football world in Week 1, the fellas welcome in a former Wofford Terrier to break down this weekend's matchup at the *newly* sodded and painted Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Coleman Hornaday, a defensive back who played in the late 2000's, joins the fellas to discuss the flexbone, playing against Power 5 teams, the SoCon and much, much more.

We're also talmbout:
  • Why do people continue to try and run on Alabama?
  • Can Texas run a successful two-quarterback system all year?
  • What was your favorite game from the weekend?
  • Has Kevin Sumlin stumbled upon, dare I say it, a defense?
  • Who will stop the bleeding in the Ole Miss secondary?
  • Will Ole Miss ever find a running game?