November 7, 2007
Snead bomb paces spirited offense
It was a strange day inside Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Wednesday.
Corey Actis and Dustin Mouzon carried water out to the officials during stoppages in play. Peria Jerry wore a whistle around his neck. Jerrell Powe smiled on the sidelines.
And as part of the Rebels' blackshirt scrimmage, no one wore a black shirt.
But the ending wasn't so strange, as Jevan Sneed hooked up with Lionel Breaux for a 60-yard touchdown pass to give the offense the win, Ole Miss head coach Ed Orgeron said.
"Lionel caught some big passes," Orgeron said.
Breaux caught at least one other touchdown pass in the scrimmage, which was open to the media for much of the four quarters.
In addition to Breaux, Orgeron praised the play of most of the obvious participants - Sneed, Michael Herrick, Cordera Eason, Jeremy McGee.
But one guy stuck out to Orgeron.
"Not that I didn't expect it, but Chris Strong really had a strong day," Orgeron said. "He was all over the field."
Strong lined up at defensive end, but Orgeron wouldn't say that's exactly where Strong would stay.
Daverin Geralds played center for the Rebels - a position he could stay at.
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