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Podcast Rebellion: Adam Ganucheau breaks down the Ole Miss chancellor search

And the Legal Gambling Counsel picks week six locks.

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Boy, oh boy. This week’s Thursday episode is a special one. In more ways than one. Mississippi Today political writer and podcaster Adam Ganucheau joins us in studio to give us the rundown on the University of Mississippi chancellor search that ended up hiring Glenn Boyce, the guy who was in charge of the search.

Yeah, we’re for real.

Adam, one of the closest journalists to this search, gives us his thoughts on how it happened, why it happened, and where oh where Ole Miss can legitimately go from here.

Oh, yeah, and we’re picking week six games to try and get you some of your money back that you’ve lost these last few weeks. We’re on the comeback train, y’all, don’t worry.

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