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2015 Schedule
9-5, 1st in C-USA - West

Reed could be the corner NFL teams want

Kalan Reed showed great athleticism at his pro day with a sub-4.4 40 time. He also has strong ball skills that allowed him to get his hands on more than 20 percent of his targeted passes, one of the best rates in the class. PFF's most underrated prospects (Insider)

Kalan Reed deserves more draft love

The top of the draft has plenty of cornerback options -- but Reed is a mid-round sleeper. He played a lot of off coverage for Southern Miss, so in the right scheme, he could fit in as a playmaker in zone coverage. Most underrated NFL draft prospects (Insider)

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Jamie Collins lit up the 2013 combine

The Southern Miss product showed off his freaky athleticism by posting a then-record 139-inch broad jump. Collins' ability has certainly translated to the field in New England. 32 combine stars

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Non-Power 5 schools are doing work

Who says you have to be a Power 5 school to get some hotshots? Now being considered as recruiting's biggest upset, 5-star DT Ed Oliver made it official and signed with Houston. Meanwhile, Southern Miss isn't doing too shabby with its class either.

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Hopson: Southern Miss 'opportunity of lifetime'

Jay Hopson was an assistant coach on some good Southern Miss football teams during the 2000s. Now he is returning to try to duplicate that success as the program's leader.


Signing Day countdown, Phyllis from Mulga

Danny Kanell and Tom Luginbill join CFB Live to discuss the final week before signing day and the rise of Vernon Adams Jr.. Plus, Phyllis from Mulga embraces Finebaum listeners.

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Monken leaves Southern Miss to become Bucs OC

Southern Mississippi head coach Todd Monken has resigned from the Conference USA school to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach.

Lloyd Carr among four named to CFP selection committee (2:16)
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Ex-Michigan coach Carr joins playoff committee

Former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr, Oregon AD Rob Mullens, ex-Southern Miss coach Jeff Bower and former Central Michigan coach Herb Deromedi will help select the CFP participants.

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Thompson tries his hardest

Southern Mississippi WR DJ Thompson lays out for a catch against Washington DB Budda Baker. With only three catches during the entire game, Thompson certainly made one of them count. Best bowl pictures


Huskies' Gaskin runs wild in Dallas Bowl

Myles Gaskin rushed for four TDs in Washington's 44-31 Heart of Dallas Bowl win over Southern Mississippi -- but none were as impressive as his 86-yard game-winning scamper.

Washington runs past Southern Miss (1:31)
Washington - Southern Miss Postgame Breakdown (1:56)
Chris Peterson Postgame Interview (1:17)
Washington wins the 2015 Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl Championship (0:35)
Myles Gaskin named 2015 Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl MVP (0:20)

Southern Miss still in Dallas Bowl

Michael Thomas' second receiving TD cut Washington's lead to 34-24 -- and it came right after Huskies RB Myles Gaskin rushed in his 4th TD of the game (Live on ESPN).


Things going south for Southern Miss

Since the Golden Eagles tied Washington, they allowed an 86-yard TD run, went three-and-out and kicked a 15-yard punt that set up a short Huskies field goal (Live on ESPN).


Southern Miss pulls even with Washington

The Golden Eagles created a turnover on the defensive end, then put together a TD drive to knot the score at 24 in the Heart of Dallas Bowl. (Live on ESPN)


Huskies looking to finish above .500 again

Washington is 30 minutes away from securing its sixth straight winning season. Meanwhile, Southern Mississippi, which trails 21-17 at the start of the second half, is in jeopardy of falling to 0-4 all-time vs. current Pac-12 teams. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Todd Monken Halftime Interview (0:27)

Awesome catch sets up touchdown

Nick Mullens put the football in a perfect location and Michael Thomas made a perfect (and incredible) 35-yard catch for a first down. Southern Miss would score a TD on the next play, and only trails Washington by 4 on ESPN.