When Ashlee Palmer was signed to a football scholarship at Ole Miss last December, he had visions of being a hard-hitting safety. Not long after arriving on campus, he was told he would be an outside linebacker. At first, he was concerned. Now, he loves his new position.
Ole Miss junior Ashlee Palmer was signed out of Compton CC as a strong safety, but when he reached campus he was asked to change positions. For the good of the team, he dove in at linebacker in the spring. Read about it inside.
JUCO transfer Ashlee Palmer got a lot of spring ink at sam linebacker, but when the Red-Blue Game rolled around, journeyman Antonio Turner was playing with the "first team" defense. Read about it inside.
Ole Miss Coach Ed Orgeron and his staff put the Rebels through the tenth practice of 15 spring workouts today. Read how the practice session went, according to Coach O, inside.
Ole Miss Defensive Coordinator John Thompson's view of the Rebel defense after seven practices is vague, as it was expected to be, but he's seeing some light at the end of the tunnel as some things are starting to fall in place. Read about it inside.
Ole Miss Football Coach Ed Orgeron put the Rebels through their first dose of two-a-days in the fall camp today. He also announced Saturday's afternoon scrimmage will be open to the public. Read about it inside.
August 10, 2006
Sophomore LB Quentin Taylor made as much impact on the 2005 Ole Miss football team as any true freshman, but he wasn't prepared for what he faced. A year into his career, his comfort level is much higher. Read about it inside.
After a true freshman year in 2005 of toting the rock from the tailback position, Florida native Antonio Turner will be moved to Will LB for his sophomore campaign. Read about it inside.
February 15, 2006