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Ole Miss’ Massie makes move to the NFL

Bobby Massie AP

(Alliteration: it’s fun for the whole family!)

A social network has once again served as the microphone for an early-entry declaration as Ole Miss has, as expected, lost a member of its offensive line to the big-boy football league.

On his Facebook wall Friday evening, Rebels right tackle Bobby Massie announced that “[i]t’s official I submitted my paperwork to the NFL… 2012 season I will be playing on sunday’s …it was fun Ole Miss.”

After taking the prep school route his first year out of high school, Massie started the final 36 games of his Rebels career.

(Tip O’ the Cap: Jackson Clarion-Ledger)

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2 Responses to “Ole Miss’ Massie makes move to the NFL”
  1. woebegong says: Jan 7, 2012 9:57 AM

    Well, at least he didn’t schedule a news conference to announce his decision, like the recruits do these days.
    You would think some of them were running for federal office or something. Then again, maybe they wouldn’t do any worse than what we have for politicians these days.
    Good luck to the young man as he continues his career, in the future.

  2. mrlitl says: Jan 7, 2012 10:42 AM

    Good for him. Although it should say “Sundays.” The apostrophe shows possession. :)

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