Jul 16, 2013; Hoover, AL, USA; Mississippi Rebels head coach Hugh Freeze talks with the media during the 2013 SEC football media days at the Hyatt Regency. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

SEC Media Days 2014: Ole Miss schedule and players attending

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The final day of SEC Media Days has arrived and that means it is finally time for Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze to meet the media.

Freeze will be behind the dais at 10:30 a.m. as he begins his third season in Oxford with expectations continuing to rise with the conference’s longest-tenured starting quarterback in Bo Wallace and a number of highly-touted recruits on the roster looking to have breakthrough seasons as sophomores.

The Rebels are one of the sleepers in the division that could surpass the likes of Texas A&M and LSU with consistent play and put the heavyweights in the SEC on upset alert.

After finishing 8-5 (3-5 in the SEC) and winning the Music City Bowl, his second bowl win in as many seasons in Oxford, the Rebels look to build on the success of the last two seasons and breakthrough for a season that could be awfully special.

Joining Freeze at Media Days is Wallace who returns for his third season as the starting quarterback for Ole Miss and is the healthiest he has been in the past two seasons and could be the difference between another eight-win year and a 10-win season, which isn’t out of reach.

He has shown flashed of being a top-shelf quarterback in the SEC in the past, but as the conference’s most experienced quarterback, he has to make those flashes much more consistent.

In addition to Wallace, defensive end C.J. Johnson and All-American safety Cody Prewitt will meet with the media and give their thoughts on the outlook for the 2014 Rebels.

If you had one question to ask any of the Ole Miss representatives at Media Days, what would it be?

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