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Ole Miss coach Len Kiffin revealed on Monday that his staff has a very unusual way of recruiting new player Charlie Pollock.
There is no encyclopedia information on Pollock’s athletics page on the Rebels’ athletics website. In the year He was a 2020 Nevada recruit but does not appear to be on the Wolfpack roster. He went to Walton High School in Marietta, Georgia and was listed at 6-foot-1, 250 pounds. It’s about him.
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Pollock attended a “keg party,” Kiffin told reporters.
“Yeah, I don’t know much about him. I think he was down at the fruit house at a keg party or whatever they found him at,” Kiffin said. “We’ve got a fix to do with my guy.
We said, “Hey, somebody, look for a punter around campus,” and so we found one that was actually written in class 1. You never know.
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Ole Miss was among the top schools in the nation in 4th-down conversions. The Rebels converted 63.2 percent of their 4th-down attempts. Ole Miss was 31 for 49.
When the team did score, Ole Miss averaged 39.8 yards per punt. Interestingly, the team never attempted an outfield ball in 2021.
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Ole Miss begins the 2022 season on September 3rd at home against Troy at 4pm ET.