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Podcast Rebellion: Let’s compare 2012 and 2019 shall we?

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On this episode, we decide to test ourselves and take on the task of comparing the 2012 Ole Miss football team to this year’s 2019 bunch. Sure, we already have the benefit of hindsight with that team seven years ago, but the similarities are everywhere and it is quite the interesting comparison and discussion to have.

Join in and tell us who you would pick below in the comments.


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