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Podcast Rebellion: What is Ole Miss basketball missing and how will Lane Kiffin close in February?

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Join us as you lurch on the couch post-Christmas and listen in as we breakdown hoops and football recruiting.

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On this day after Christmas Podcast Rebellion special, Juco All-American joins us in studio to discuss all things recruiting in basketball and football and we talk about what Kermit Davis’ team looks like as we turn the calendar to 2020 and what we think they need to make a strong run in conference play.

We talk 2021 targets for the hardwood Rebs and we talk about what we think you need to expect with Lane Kiffin and his soon-to-be completed staff. How will they finish in February? Who will round out the staff?

And Juco leaves us with a tantalizing hypothetical about Ole Miss football.


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