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Podcast Rebellion: Which former Ole Miss player are you adding to this year’s team?

Who do you think turns this team from a borderline bowl team to a legit Outback Bowl contender?

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On this episode, the boys are back in the studio to talk about which former player they’re adding to this year’s team, the new student party decks in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, and just how big of a deal it is that Rich Rodriguez is on this staff.

Join in and keep the discussion going in the comments.


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