Robert Russell

Ole Miss Rebel sophomore Linebacker Robert Russell is a prime example of the old saying 'what a difference a year makes.' He's much more comfortable with his situation the second time around. Read about it inside.
August 11, 2006

Linebackers breakdown

New LB Coach David Saunders saw enough out of his group of Reb linebackers in spring training to give him a good taste in his mouth entering the offseason. Read about it inside.
April 16, 2006

Wednesday spring practice update

The Ole Miss Rebel football team practiced in shells - shoulder pads and helmets - today, the third day of spring training. Coach Ed Orgeron said it was a more physical practice due to the addition of the shoulder gear and he was satisfied with what was accomplished. Read about it inside.
March 8, 2006

Practice Report: Friday walk-through

The Rebel football team capped off their game-week preparations with a 45-minute walk-through on the practice fields this afternoon. It appears some personnel decisions have been made for tomorrow's Ole Miss-Wyoming game at 6 p.m. in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Read about it inside.
September 23, 2005

Russell ready to fill Willis' shoes

In three games Robert Russell has gone from not playing against Memphis to playing against Vanderbilt to starting against Wyoming.
September 23, 2005

Practice Report: Thursday

The Rebs put the final full-speed touches on the gameplan for Saturday's 6 p.m. game against Wyoming in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium with a 1-hour, 45-minute workout in shoulders pads and helmets today. All that's left to do - preparation-wise - is tomorrow's walk-through practice and some film work and meetings. Read about it inside.
September 22, 2005

Monday Press Conference

Ole MIss Coach Ed Orgeron has not been involved - until last Saturday - with a loss in a football game in a long time. How did he handle the 31-23 defeat to Vandy Saturday in Nashville? Read about it inside.
September 19, 2005

Game Depth Chart

The following list is en educated guess on the players who will likely play snaps in the opener versus Memphis. We could be off a player or two, but this will be close. The first name listed at each position is likely - barring injury - to get the majority of reps except in "rotation" positions like the wide receivers, tight ends, running backs and defensive line. Read about it inside.
September 5, 2005