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5-7, 7th in SEC - West

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas Tech transfer DT Breiden Fehoko is visiting Louisville this weekend and LSU next week, he told ESPN. He enjoyed his trip to Auburn and also plans to visit Georgia and Ole Miss. The former ESPN 300 signed was a two-year starter for the Red Raiders and will have to sit out 2017 as a transfer.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

More from Ole Miss running back Jordan Wilkins, who missed all of last year due to injury: "The bowl ban, it does suck. But compared to what I went through before that, it's nothing. I kind of brushed that off and helped my teammates get over that."

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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Ole Miss offensive lineman Javon Patterson discusses his reaction to the NCAA infractions and the one-year postseason ban self imposed by the school.

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Ole Miss wide receiver Donte Moncrief, now a member of the Indianapolis Colts, was at spring practice today. The Mississippi native has been a regular around Oxford this spring.

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21dTodd McShay

Undersized tight end makes big impression

Whether Evan Engram is considered a small tight end or a large receiver, he turned heads during Saturday's Day 2 of the combine.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

4.42 and 4.43 unofficial 40-yard dash times for Ole Miss TE Evan Engram. Had a really good week at the Senior Bowl practices. Off-the-ball tight end with the size (6-foot-3, 236 pounds) and route running skills to win versus a safety or dime linebacker. Formation versatility. Line up all over the field and get the positive matchup. Could play a similar role in the NFL to Washington Redskins TE Jordan Reed.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Ole Miss wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo is "definitely disappointed" Chad Kelly wasn't invited to the NFL combine. He said Kelly's problems are in the past. "He deserves to be here."

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25dAlex Scarborough

Ole Miss' Freeze to fight 'failure to monitor'

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said he will continue to fight the NCAA's charge of failure to monitor his staff and called it a "remarkable opportunity" to lead in a "difficult time."

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Hugh Freeze said he had no comment on Mike Gundy's unfair playing field comment other than to say, "Maybe we can meet in another Sugar Bowl and see how that goes."

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Hugh Freeze says he's not worried about his job security. "I'm not really concerned," he said. "I've had administrators watch me for five years ... and they've been very supportive."

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Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Would Hugh Freeze have done anything differently in light of the NCAA allegations? He says, yes.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Speaking at the start of spring practice, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze says, "I'm grateful that the investigative part of the NCAA is over and we can move forward." He added that he has to lead in a "difficult time."

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Recruiting Nation: Ole Miss violations

Matt Schick and Gerry Hamilton discuss the impact of the latest notice of allegations at Ole Miss. Plus, an interview with the No. 7 propsect in the ESPN100, Kevin Knox.

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Is Freeze's job in jeopardy at Ole Miss? (2:18)

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