Last season, when Ole Miss was at its best, the Rebels mixed the quickness of now-departed Dexter McCluster with Bolden’s power running to form an effective rotation that kept defenses guessing.
Matching McCluster might be a tough task, considering he was the first player in SEC history to gain 1,000 yards rushing and 500 yards receiving in a single season. But there’s optimism that a Bolden-Scott duo could be effective as Ole Miss tries to rebound from a tough start that’s included surprising losses to Jacksonville State and Vanderbilt..
“He’s exciting,” Nutt said. “Hopefully we can keep him on the field.”
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