Meridian Star


October 1, 2013

No. 24 Mississippi tries bouncing back after loss


— Now they're both fighting for position in the SEC's loaded Western Division. Freeze said the Rebels' immediate future will be largely dependent on how they respond to adversity.

    "You never like losing, you never like looking at the what-ifs and wishing you had done something different," Freeze said. "But that's part of the game. 60 teams do that every Saturday. What kind of team you become is usually defined after difficult moments."

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