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Rebs hope to claim victory in SEC road opener

Eniel Polynice

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The stage is set. The game is on. Ole Miss and Tennessee meet in a season-opening SEC showdown here tonight.

It's still early January. Neither team has played a conference game. Yet the nation watches as the Rebels invade Thompson-Boling Arena in search of an upset that would give them even more credibility than the 13-0 start has. Senior center Dwayne Curtis says the 15th-ranked Rebels are ready. But he knows the 8th-ranked Volunteers (12-1) and their fans are waiting. "Tough. That atmosphere is...

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