Ole Miss Aspires to Old Heights (7.27.09)
The Rebels haven't been a consistent national title contender in nearly 50 years, and yet here they are, expected by many to be right in the hunt. Houston Nutt did a remarkable job at turning the corner in the second half of 2008 which, when combined with the Florida win early in the season, makes as compelling a case for the legitimacy of those expectations.
Gridiron U Preview (7.29.09)
Team Speed Kills has obtained exclusive, partial summaries of some episodes of "Gridiron U," Houston Nutt's new reality show.
Ole Miss Has a Quarterback, But Can They Protect Him? (7.30.09)
The most pressing issue is the loss of great offensive lineman and New York Times bestseller subject Michael Oher, whose superb blind-side protection was part of the reason QB Jevan Snead was able to put up those numbers.
The New Future of Ole Miss (7.30.09)
For those of you who might be wondering -- yes, I'm still waffling on whether Alabama or Ole Miss wins the division. And, yes, I'm counting on Houston Nutt not to drop any games in embarrassing fashion. But it's time for me to start picking, so those decisions must be made now.
Just Leave Houston Nutt Alone (7.31.09)
Among those who don't consider Ole Miss to be even a viable contender for the SEC West title, the fact that Houston Nutt constantly underachieves is an article of faith. But has Nutt really underachieved?