2015 ScheduleAll times ET

2015 Schedule
10-3, 2nd in SEC - West

Ole Miss' schedule not messing around

The Rebels open the season with Florida State at a neutral site and play host to Alabama just 12 days later. How's that for an early slate of games? Toughest schedules (Insider)

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Edwards: 'We'd be naive to think no players induldge' (3:08)
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Nkemdiche, Tunsil the best "risks" of NFL draft (1:17)
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Highlights: Cody Core

In Round 6, the Bengals added another receiver, taking the Ole Miss product at No. 199 overall. Check out some of Core's best highlights.

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Highlights: Fahn Cooper

The 49ers reinforced the offensive line late in Round 6, grabbing the former Ole Miss lineman. Check out some of Cooper's best highlights.

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Fahn Cooper highlights (0:49)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Ole Miss has stayed relatively quiet about the Laremy Tunsil situation, but AD Ross Bjork says the a lot of progress has been made by the school during the last 36 hours of its own investigation: "We went to work immediately on Thursday night and we have made a lot of progress. The facts are way more important than speed and a public display of the process. We are working with all parties to find an answer and a resolution."

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Sources: Ravens nixed Tunsil pick after video

The Ravens would have drafted Laremy Tunsil with the sixth overall pick if not for the social media video that showed him smoking a bong, league sources told ESPN.

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Character concerns in the past for Tunsil? (2:22)
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Impact of Tunsil's night on Ole Miss (3:46)
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Finebaum's Final Thought: Ole Miss' nightmare (1:29)
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Polian: The video isn't what caused Tunsil to fall (3:30)
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4dJames Walker

After delay, Tunsil meets media, won't talk past

Laremy Tunsil refused to elaborate on past transgressions made at Ole Miss, saying multiple times Friday that he was "here to talk about the Miami Dolphins."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Laremy Tunsil was asked repeatedly about the last 24 hours and declined to answer any questions about the video posted to his Twitter account or the text message that appeared on his Instagram. When asked to address what could be construed as character concerns he said, "No character issues at all."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Laremy Tunsil declined to answer questions about the text message posted to his Twitter account that showed he received money from the Ole Miss coaching staff. He also declined to address who might have hacked his social media accounts. "I'm here to talk about the Miami Dolphins," he said.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins first round pick Laremy Tunsil has arrived for his press conference.

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On Rebels' future: 'Ole Miss has to live with this' (2:29)
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Sankey: 'Very rapidly I learn about things' in the SEC (2:15)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

One more note on the Laremy Tunsil saga: The Dolphins expect the first-round pick to be ready to go for rookie minicamp next week. "We're comfortable with his eligibility," team Vice President Mike Tannenbaum said.

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Ole Miss scrambling to find out exactly what's going on (3:42)
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Tunsil developments shine new light on Ole Miss (2:40)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Vice President Mike Tannenbaum was pressed on the organization's pledge to bring in high character players after drafting Laremy Tunsil. "We remain committed to that. All the decision makers were in the room last night, and we feel good about Laremy as a player and a person. Obviously there have been some bumps in the road, but we're comfortable with that. Moving forward, we're excited he's here and think he has a bright future on the field as well as off."