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Podcast Rebellion: Ole Miss took over the 2019 NFL Combine

D.K. outran Devin Hester, A.J. was a hit at the podium, and Zedrick Woods ran a sub 4.3 40-yard dash. Oh, and baseball completed a sweep.

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What a weekend (outside of basketball).

The NFL Combine was essentially just an Ole Miss Pro Day. Rebels ran well, lifted well, and interviewed well in front of scouts, general managers, and reporters and now all things point to the draft in Nashville.

On this episode, we talk about how all the Rebs performed in Indianapolis and somehow ended up breaking down the 1998 NFL Draft and the 1997 Conerly Trophy.

And we also discussed the baseball team’s sweep of Long Beach State and if we think Thomas Dillard could be the best hitter in Ole Miss baseball history.

If you like New Orleans-inspired cuisine go see Kelly English and his crew in Memphis at Second Line or Restaurant Iris for some fantastic food. And if you like gambling and more good food, go to the Magnolia House in Biloxi’s Harrah’s Gulf Coast. Blackjack, slots, Southern cooking—what’s not to like?

And when you’re in Oxford, go see Greg and the good folks at LB’s Meat Market, the inaugural sponsor of this here podcast, to celebrate with the best protein for your Ole Miss grilling needs this weekend. And be sure to tell him RED CUP SENT YA for exclusive deals and promotions!