Mississippi NFL Combine Preview: What To Watch

Mississippi is a feeding ground for the NFL and this year is no different. With 17 players invited to the combine who should you be looking for and what drills are most important?
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A Bash Brothers ‘Big Three’: Introducing ‘Insider Joe’

When you’re chasing a championship, you gotta add the right pieces to the team. Introducing our new guy Joe Simeone, a.k.a. ‘Insider Joe’  We are excited to welcome and introduce Joe Simeone, a.k.a. ‘Insider Joe’” as a full-time addition to the BBM team. Simeone hails from Kings Park, New York

The scene on Saturday night in College Station was the sport we signed up for.
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College Football Too Twisted Takeaways

Bash Brothers gives you Jon’s “#CFB Too Twisted Takeaways.” When you’re too twisted to tweet them on Saturday night, you write them on Sunday morning. From Week Two:  Mississippi State is full of big dudes with bad intentions. Where to start on the defense? All-SEC 1st team lineman Jeff Simmons

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Jonathan Abrams, “All the Pieces Matter” Get To Essence of “The Wire”

I’m glad Jonathan Abrams did. I wouldn’t know where to begin in writing about The Wire. But there were three distinct notions that played into my reading of his recent oral history of the iconic series, “All the Pieces Matter: The Inside Story of The Wire.”   I am a


Mississippi Friday Football 411: Head Coach Edition

Happy football Friday from Bash Brothers Media! It’s another exciting weekend of ball for the Magnolia State. It will be the start of the high school football playoffs in some classifications, and epic season-ending rivalry games for others. The latest installment of the #EatDirt rivalry between Rankin County neighbors Pearl


Friday Flashback: Archie Beats LSU (Again) in Jackson

Archie Manning’s legend was launched on the Bayou in 1968, when he led the Ole Miss Rebels to a 27-24 comeback victory over LSU in Tiger Stadium as a sophomore starter. But his biggest wins as a Rebel to come wouldn’t happen in Baton Rouge or Tuscaloosa or even Oxford, but in Jackson,