The Ole Miss Rebels have a big game on the road this week as they head to Gainesville to play the Florida Gators. They are already getting prepared for the game as they had a special treat for them at lunch on Friday. According to College Spun, the Rebels had alligator meat for lunch ahead of their game on Saturday. It’s not just a shot at their opponents on Saturday as alligator...
Any good ol' boy worth his vittles can tell you how delicious alligator meat is, But, boy howdy, this is one Cajun delight that's gonna taste even sweeter for the Mississippi football team.Ole Miss' head strength and conditioning coach, Paul Jackson, posted a picture on Friday of what the players will be eating before taking on Florida Saturday night in Gainesville. Special snack...
Nutrition is, obviously, very important for college football players. Having a mental edge is vital for success, too. Ole Miss’ football program combined the two. The Rebels’ football players apparently ate actual alligator meat – a lean meat high in protein like chicken – before their upcoming game against Florida. Can you lose to a team when you ate its mascot? Doubtful...
Ole Miss strength coach Paul Jackson delivers heartfelt plea for underclassmen to get their college degree.
It's that time of year when college football underclassmen announce their plans to leave school early to enter the NFL Draft. Ole Miss head strength and conditioning coach Paul Jackson sent out a heartfelt message on Twitter on Saturday reminding underclassmen everywhere that a spot on an NFL team isn't a guarantee.I really hope all these juniors declaring early for the draft understand...
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