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Ole Miss’ seniors can transfer freely

#1 Post by BigWave96744 » Sat Dec 02, 2017 7:33 pm

Ole Miss’ NCAA sanctions mean seniors can transfer freely, but QB Shea Patterson can’t
Other teams could make a run on Ole Miss’ veterans.
By Alex Kirshner on December 1, 2017 11:48 am

The Ole Miss football program is facing heavy NCAA sanctions. The NCAA’s Committee on Infractions finally ruled on the Rebels’ years-long case and unveiled its punishment on Friday. That includes a bowl ban for 2018 (after Ole Miss self-imposed one for 2017), scholarship reductions, and hiring penalties for former coaches.

Because Ole Miss is bowl-banned for 2018, players entering their last year of eligibility are allowed to transfer from the program without sitting out a year in “academic residence.” That could lead other programs to make a run on Ole Miss’ roster, and it also might contribute to players deciding to leave school for the NFL.
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The players who could be eligible immediately elsewhere include star defensive end Breeland Speaks, receiver DaMarkus Lodge, and backup quarterback Jordan Ta’amu
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Re: Ole Miss’ seniors can transfer freely

#2 Post by Neighbor » Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:54 pm

Ta'amu will stay.

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Re: Ole Miss’ seniors can transfer freely

#3 Post by gpmcconnell » Wed Dec 06, 2017 9:11 am

Neighbor wrote:
Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:54 pm
Ta'amu will stay.
I agree, with Patterson likely going to Michigan they will need a starter

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Re: Ole Miss’ seniors can transfer freely

#4 Post by BigWave96744 » Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:23 am

Not just Taamu, we could get some instant help at
- Dine while the young guys mature.
- get a tall, speedy WR to stretch the field
Here are available guys

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85	Alex Weber	WR	6-1/186	JR-2L	Lake City, Fla./Columbia
21	Javien Hamilton	DB	5-10/176	JR-JC	Louin, Miss./Bay Springs/Jones County JC
48	Jack Raborn	LB	6-1/212	JR-Sq.	Advance, N.C./Mt. Tabor
25	D.K. Buford	RB	5-11/231	JR-2L	Oxford, Miss./Lafayette
19	Markel Winters	DE	6-3/252	JR-JC	Tallahassee, Fla./Rickards/East Carolina/Jones County JC
26	C.J. Moore	DB	5-11/198	JR-2L	Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield
17	Floyd Allen	WR	5-11/185	JR-JC	Houston, Texas/Nimitz/Bethany/El Camino College
79	Javon Patterson	OL	6-3/314	JR-2L	Petal, Miss./Petal
16	Graham Lindman	QB	6-4/216	JR-JC	Noblesville, Ind./Homeschool/Lindenwood/Santa Barbara City College
14	Victor Evans	DE	6-3/243	JR-2L	Dallas, Texas/Skyline
28	Cam Ordway	DB	5-11/182	JR-2L	Pulaski, Tenn./Giles County
90	Ross Donelly	DT	6-1/318	JR-2L	Houston, Texas/Cy-Fair
10	Jordan Ta'amu	QB	6-2/212	JR-JC	Pearl City, Hawaii/Pearl City/New Mexico Military
9	Breeland Speaks	DE	6-3/285	JR-2L	Jackson, Miss./Callaway
70	Jordan Sims	OL	6-4/330	JR-2L	Homewood, Ala./Homewood
36	Zedrick Woods	DB	5-11/201	JR-2L	Lake City, Fla./Columbia
5	Ken Webster	DB	5-11/194	JR-3L	Decatur, Ga./Stockbridge
39	Kweisi Fountain	DB	6-1/208	JR-Sq.	Biloxi, Miss./Biloxi
42	Garrald McDowell	DL	6-2/264	JR-2L	Covington, La./Covington
43	Detric Bing-Dukes	LB	6-1/254	JR-1L	Tucker, Ga./Tucker/Georgia/Iowa Western CC
5	DaMarkus Lodge	WR	6-2/199	JR-2L	Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill
96	Jordan Hebert	DT	5-11/291	JR-2L	Klein, Texas/Klein
50	Sean Rawlings	OL	6-5/294	JR-2L	Madison, Miss./Madison Ridgeland Academy
40	Josiah Coatney

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Re: Ole Miss’ seniors can transfer freely

#5 Post by Irse » Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:56 am

BigWave96744 wrote:
Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:23 am
Not just Taamu, we could get some instant help at
- Dine while the young guys mature.
- get a tall, speedy WR to stretch the field
Here are available guys

Code: Select all

85	Alex Weber	WR	6-1/186	JR-2L	Lake City, Fla./Columbia
21	Javien Hamilton	DB	5-10/176	JR-JC	Louin, Miss./Bay Springs/Jones County JC
48	Jack Raborn	LB	6-1/212	JR-Sq.	Advance, N.C./Mt. Tabor
25	D.K. Buford	RB	5-11/231	JR-2L	Oxford, Miss./Lafayette
19	Markel Winters	DE	6-3/252	JR-JC	Tallahassee, Fla./Rickards/East Carolina/Jones County JC
26	C.J. Moore	DB	5-11/198	JR-2L	Bassfield, Miss./Bassfield
17	Floyd Allen	WR	5-11/185	JR-JC	Houston, Texas/Nimitz/Bethany/El Camino College
79	Javon Patterson	OL	6-3/314	JR-2L	Petal, Miss./Petal
16	Graham Lindman	QB	6-4/216	JR-JC	Noblesville, Ind./Homeschool/Lindenwood/Santa Barbara City College
14	Victor Evans	DE	6-3/243	JR-2L	Dallas, Texas/Skyline
28	Cam Ordway	DB	5-11/182	JR-2L	Pulaski, Tenn./Giles County
90	Ross Donelly	DT	6-1/318	JR-2L	Houston, Texas/Cy-Fair
10	Jordan Ta'amu	QB	6-2/212	JR-JC	Pearl City, Hawaii/Pearl City/New Mexico Military
9	Breeland Speaks	DE	6-3/285	JR-2L	Jackson, Miss./Callaway
70	Jordan Sims	OL	6-4/330	JR-2L	Homewood, Ala./Homewood
36	Zedrick Woods	DB	5-11/201	JR-2L	Lake City, Fla./Columbia
5	Ken Webster	DB	5-11/194	JR-3L	Decatur, Ga./Stockbridge
39	Kweisi Fountain	DB	6-1/208	JR-Sq.	Biloxi, Miss./Biloxi
42	Garrald McDowell	DL	6-2/264	JR-2L	Covington, La./Covington
43	Detric Bing-Dukes	LB	6-1/254	JR-1L	Tucker, Ga./Tucker/Georgia/Iowa Western CC
5	DaMarkus Lodge	WR	6-2/199	JR-2L	Cedar Hill, Texas/Cedar Hill
96	Jordan Hebert	DT	5-11/291	JR-2L	Klein, Texas/Klein
50	Sean Rawlings	OL	6-5/294	JR-2L	Madison, Miss./Madison Ridgeland Academy
40	Josiah Coatney
Not sure too many guys would want to come all the way out here just to play. They could just stay in Jackson since we'll probably be a longshot to make a bowl game next year. If they were to transfer, they probably go to somewhere like Memphis who is more likely to play in a bowl game.
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Re: Ole Miss’ seniors can transfer freely

#6 Post by BigWave96744 » Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:07 am

After five years, the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions finally issued a ruling in Ole Miss’s recruiting scandal on Friday morning.

The core penalties, per a source close to Ole Miss:

An additional bowl-ban year (2018).
Because of that total two-year bowl ban, NCAA rules give Ole Miss seniors the freedom to transfer elsewhere without sitting out a season.

Probation running concurrently with current probation for a total of four years.
Financial penalties, added to self-imposed sanctions, and totaling $179,000.
A total scholarship reduction of 13 over a period of years. That’s in addition to the 11 over four years that Ole Miss self-imposed, which already meant three or four fewer scholarship players per year.
Every coach named in the NCAA’s investigation has received a show-cause (essentially an NCAA blackball for a period of time) of varying lengths. That doesn’t include new head coach Matt Luke, who wasn’t named. Former head coach Hugh Freeze would receive a two-game suspension, if hired elsewhere. Former assistant David Saunders’ show-cause runs for eight years. Former staffer Barney Farrar faces five.
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