2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
0-0, 1st in SEC - West
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How will teams replace star players? (2:02)
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Building the ultimate D-line depth chart (2:06)
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Examining expectations for A&M, Ole Miss (2:07)
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Looking back on fall camp in the SEC (0:41)
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Which QBs will exceed expectations in Year 2? (3:18)
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SEC Network celebrates three-year anniversary (3:08)
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Several SEC teams looking to improve QB play (2:27)
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10d

Campus Convo: Rosen's Challenges, Jimbo, Snyder

Before discussions with Florida State's Jimbo Fisher and K-State's Bill Snyder, Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Jake Trotter weigh in on Josh Rosen's comments, the latest drama at Ole Miss and more.

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SEC West teams working on fundamentals (2:18)
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12d

Campus Conversation: Pressure On Coaches, Jones, Orgeron

Before conversations with Tennessee's Butch Jones and LSU's Ed Orgeron, Peter Burns, Adam Rittenberg and Jake Trotter discuss the biggest storylines surrounding coaches in 2017, how Ole Miss' future is impacted by the latest developments and much more.

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13dMark Schlabach

Sources: Nutt will settle with Ole Miss apology

Houston Nutt's attorney has offered to settle the former coach's federal lawsuit against Ole Miss if the university apologizes for making inaccurate statements about him and donates $500,000 to establish a state commission on sports ethics.

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SEC's most important newcomers (3:19)
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Rebels' Luke: 'It's not about me, it's about us' (1:08)
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Luke has an 'unbelievable opportunity' with Rebels (1:34)
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Reliving Shea Patterson's big play (1:09)
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Expectations are big for SEC offensive players (2:16)
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Welcome back to SEC football (1:46)
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Examining Luke's potential as Rebels head coach (1:54)
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22d

Ole Miss boosters in allegations revealed

Mississippi has released the names of 12 boosters that the NCAA claims provided impermissible benefits and recruiting inducements to football players.

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25d

Freeze foundation on hold after resignation

A charity founded by former Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze is taking a break from fundraising and will reconsider its future after the coach resigned amid what the school called a "pattern of personal misconduct."

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Sources: Ole Miss wants ex-recruits at hearing

Attorneys representing Ole Miss, which has been accused of violating NCAA rules, have asked that two former recruits and current Mississippi State players be required to attend the Rebels' infractions hearing, sources tell ESPN.