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  • Former Ole Miss DL Jerrell Powe roasts NCAA with savage graduation announcement

    SEC Country "As the saying goes, Jerrell Powe is getting the last laugh. A full decade after the NCAA ruled him academically ineligible for the 2008 football season, the former Rebels defensive lineman is set to graduate from Ole Miss. And by the looks of this graduation announcement that he tweeted on..." May 14

  • Five Ole Miss transfers granted NCAA waivers to play in 2018

    College Football Talk "The Shea Patterson ruling cracked the door. Thursday, Thomas Mars‘ righteous tenacity kicked the door wide open for his remaining clients. Throughout the evening, it was confirmed that five players who had transferred from Ole Miss in the midst of sanctions levied on the football program had..." May 11

  • NCAA modified transfer rule to allow Michigan QB Shea Patterson to play

    Michigan Live "A recent change to the NCAA rules on student-athlete transfers appears to have helped pave the way for Shea Patterson to play at Michigan. According to a report published by the NCAA from its Division I council and standing committee meetings, a modification was made April 16-18 to the Division..." May 01

  • Why QB Shea Patterson chose Michigan

    Michigan Live "With the NCAA's ruling final and Shea Patterson immediately eligible to play in 2018, it begs the question. Why Michigan? The former University of Mississippi quarterback was granted permission to transfer schools back in December, setting off a nine-day frenzy that saw Patterson take an..." April 30

  • Shea Patterson will be eligible for Michigan in 2018

    Detroit News "Four months after Shea Patterson transferred to Michigan, he will be granted a transfer waiver by the NCAA and will be immediately eligible to play this fall, a source with knowledge of the situation told The Detroit News on Thursday night. This decision concludes a twisting, often uncertain..." April 27

  • Michigan AD on Shea Patterson appeal: 'We continue to work, monitor'

    Michigan Live "The University of Michigan and attorney for Shea Patterson remain in the dark with the NCAA regarding a timeline for a decision on the transfer quarterback's eligibility. On Wednesday, Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel told reporters that he did not know where Patterson's appeal stood..." April 18

  • Michigan football's Shea Patterson still competing despite unclear situation

    Detroit Free Press "Shea Patterson's eligibility quest may be coming to a close soon, one way or another. But neither Michigan nor the quarterback has any concrete indication whether or not he'll be able to play in 2018. Still, both sides are controlling what they can control. Patterson has been a full..." April 12

  • Michigan football: Shea Patterson's attorney confident QB will get cleared

    Detroit Free Press "Ole Miss formally objected to Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson's NCAA waiver request for immediate transfer eligibility in 2018. And while Patterson's attorney, Thomas Mars, wholeheartedly disagrees with the school's decision to do so, he doesn't believe it'll have "any influence on the..." April 11

  • What does Ole Miss' objection mean for Shea Patterson's appeal?

    247 Sports "The Division I Committee for Legislative Relief is considering an appeal from Ole Miss transfer Shea Patterson to waive his year-in-residence at his new school, Michigan, so that he can play in the 2018 season instead of having to wait until 2019. But Dennis Dodd reported on Monday that Ole Miss..." April 11

  • Can the Rebels stay near the top of the '19 recruiting rankings?

    247 Sports "After picking up five commitments over the weekend, Ole Miss has surged to No. 1 in the 247Sports Composite Team Rankings for the class of 2019. But caveats abound, as the Rebels have just three blue-chip prospects committed and their fifteen total commitments give them eight more players on board..." April 10

  • Report: Ole Miss objected to Shea Patterson’s transfer waiver request

    Larry Brown Sports "Ole Miss objected to Shea Patterson’s request for a transfer waiver from the NCAA, according to a report. CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd has been following the story of Patterson’s attempt to be cleared by the NCAA to play immediately at Michigan this fall. Patterson, a former top high school..." April 09

  • How Ole Miss groomed Jordan Ta'amu to replace Shea Patterson

    247 Sports "As he transitioned from high school to junior college, the culture shock of moving from the white sand of Hawaii to the desert sand of New Mexico proved bracing for Jordan Ta'amu. But arguably no moment in his recent memory proved more of a surprise than a spring ball meeting with Ole Miss..." April 03

  • Kermit Davis: We’re Going To Be A “Respectful Team That Respects The Flag”

    The Spun "Ole Miss’ newest coach wasted no time letting everyone know where he stands concerning taking a knee during the national anthem. During his introductory press conference in Oxford, Kermit Davis quickly made it clear that his players will “respect the flag.” Without being prompted by a..." March 20

  • Report: Michigan QB Shea Patterson's eligibility ruling 'at a standstill'

    Michigan Live "It's looking less likely the University of Michigan receives a ruling from the NCAA on Shea Patterson's eligibility for 2018 by the time spring practice begins. According to a new report from CBS Sports, Patterson and his five former University of Mississippi teammates are currently "at a..." March 13

  • Shea Patterson has ‘great case,’ legal experts say, to play for Michigan in 2018

    Land of 10 "So Miles Bridges gets rubber-stamped in a few hours, while Shea Patterson twists in the wind for months. Say this for the NCAA and its strike zone: It’s all over the damn place, but at least it’s consistently all over the damn place. “I still think it’s a coin-flip to decide, but I think the..." February 26

  • Ole Miss transfers claim they were misled about probe

    Fanrag Sports "The hits just keep coming for Ole Miss. Unfortunately for the Rebels, they’re all self-inflicted, too. Six former football players who transferred to other schools amid an NCAA investigation into Ole Miss’ recruiting practices are basing their appeals for immediate eligibility on text messages..." February 02