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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: (+) Coming off Sept 2019 Ankle INJ...PButkus

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  Mississippi's coaches and athletics directors aren't the only folks trying to make political change happen this week. The players are getting involved too. Ole Miss football players are hosting a rally on Saturday, beginning at 3 p.m. on The Square. The rally is called LOUnited, attempting to unite Lafayette County, the City of Oxford and the University of Mississippi under the common goal of making the area inclusive and welcoming for all people.

Linebacker MoMo Sanogo and defensive end Ryder Anderson, led the organizing efforts. Sanogo told the Clarion Ledger that the march is an attempt to bring an end to systematic racism and police brutality and has the goal of convincing lawmakers to relocate the Confederate monument located on The Square in downtown Oxford. "Really the message is about unity and unifying Mississippi," Sanogo said. "The statue is very divisive in nature. The flag is very divisive in nature. We just want to create a place that we can all bring our kids back to and be proud and not have to explain why that statue is there. We want to be proud of every aspect of the community where everybody can take the same amount of pride in it." - The Clarion Ledger

(DS#14 ILB) rJr/2022 ILB MoMo SanogoMississippi
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  Mississippi linebacker MoMo Sanogo is expected to miss about 2 1/2 months after injuring an ankle Saturday in a 31-17 victory over Arkansas. Ole Miss coach Matt Luke says Sanogo will undergo surgery Tuesday and is likely out for "roughly 10 weeks." Sanogo, a junior from Plano, Texas, recorded four tackles in the Rebels' first two games. He made 112 tackles last season to tie for fifth place among all Southeastern Conference players. Ole Miss (1-1) hosts Football Championship Subdivision program Southeastern Louisiana (1-0) on Saturday. - AP College Football

(DS#14 ILB) rJr/2022 ILB MoMo SanogoMississippi
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  2019 PRESEASON BUTKUS AWARD WATCH LIST: Mohamed Sanogo, Mississippi,...Sanogo is one of 51 collegiate players from across the nation to find a place on this year's watch list for the award, which honors the nation's best linebackers at three separate levels. The Plano, Texas, native is coming off a 2018 campaign in which he tallied 112 total tackles and finished third in the SEC with 9.3 tackles per game.

Sanogo joined former linebacker, DeMarquis Gates, as being the only two Rebels in the last 12 years to tally 100 or more tackles in a season. Sanogo, a preseason All-SEC selection, has appeared in 23 games in his two years at Ole Miss, including 12 starts in 2018. He tallied double-digit tackles in six contests last season and was the Rebels' leading tackler in half of the games played. - Mississippi Football

(DS#14 ILB) rJr/2022 ILB MoMo SanogoMississippi
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