Ole Miss comes into 2014 off the heels of their first conference championship since 1962, the Rebels return 7 starters on the offensive side of the ball including Bo Wallace at Qb. The main question on offense is will their running game be as productive a year after Jeff Scott ran for 1,500 plus. The rebels also return 3 of their top 4 recievers from a year ago, and 3 out of 5 starters on the oline. Ole Miss should remain a top 10 offense this season with a lot of talent lining up on the field for them. On the defensive side of the ball is a unit that returns 8 starters, including the Nkemdiche brothers. Denzel had somewhat of a down year, last year and seems ready to see alot more playing time. " Last year we had Bednarick finalist Mike Marry in the middle, so when teams spread us out Denzel wasn't on the field. This year we are going to be looking to play Denzel more in nickel and dime sets. Our defense is only getting better, we improved every game last year. We return starters near the top in tackles (prewit) , sacks( Robert Nkemdiche), and interceptions (Golston)" said coach Stone after practice on Thursday. Expect the Rebels to make q huge jump into a top 50 defense with exceptional players on that side of the ball. If Ole Miss can improve their turnover margin and play sound defense the fans in Oxford should have plenty to cheer about.