News:Jeff Scott ran for 39 yards on 12 carries against LSU on Saturday.
Analysis:Jeff Scott has been miserable in the last few weeks, and we can't recommend him outside of SEC-only leagues against Mississippi State.
News:Jeff Scott ran for 47 yards on 24 carries against Vanderbilt on Saturday while catching three passes for 13 yards.
Analysis: Vanderbilt crashed hard against the running game Saturday, allowing quarterback Bo Wallace to throw for over 400 yards. That's no consolation for Jeff Scott's owners, though, who should probably find an alternative for Saturday with LSU up next.
News:Jeff Scott ran for 21 yards on 13 carries against Georgia on Saturday while catching three passes for 24 yards.
Analysis: Georgia crashed hard against the run, leaving nowhere for Jeff Scott to go. He's a strong bet to bounce back against Vanderbilt, however.
News:Jeff Scott ran for 50 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries against Arkansas on Saturday and caught five passes for 46 yards.
Analysis:Jeff Scott was limited on the ground, but he made up for it with a big showing as a receiver. He's a decent option against Georgia.
News:Jeff Scott is facing an Arkansas defense Saturday that allowed 12 rushing touchdowns through seven games.
Analysis: We like Jeff Scott's chances of making it to the end zone Saturday, as well as the 100-yard mark on the ground. He's playing at a very high level right now, and the Razorback defense has looked vulnerable against good running backs this year.
News:Jeff Scott ran for 137 yards on 21 carries against Auburn on Saturday while catching three passes for 70 yards and a touchdown.
Analysis:Jeff Scott has been ruthless the past month and is looking like one of the nation's top runners right now. We have to think he's in for another good game against Arkansas after the bye.
News:Jeff Scott ran for 108 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries against Texas A&M on Saturday.
Analysis:Jeff Scott has been one of the nation's most reliable runners lately. He's a solid deep league and SEC-only option against Auburn.
News:Jeff Scott ran for 49 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries against Alabama on Saturday.
Analysis: Considering the opponent, Jeff Scott's numbers are promising. He should be a decent start against Texas A&M, particularly in deeper formats.
News:Jeff Scott ran for 67 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries against Tulane on Saturday.
Analysis:Jeff Scott is worth owning in plenty of formats now that he's Mississippi's top runner, but he needs to be benched against Alabama next week.
News:Jeff Scott ran for 95 yards and a touchdown on eight carries against Texas on Saturday.
Analysis:Jeff Scott now has two impressive games in a row and should definitely be owned in SEC-only leagues. Hopefully Hugh Freeze will start sending more carries Scott's way, because he could post big numbers with a larger workload.
News:Jeff Scott (back) ran for 113 yards on 13 carries against UTEP on Saturday.
Analysis:Jeff Scott is apparently over his back injury and could have some fantasy use with the right matchup, but he should be on benches against Texas this week.
News:Jeff Scott (back) is expected to play this week against UTEP, the Daily Mississippian reports. However head coach Hugh Freeze said he won't be used in the return game because "he still isn't 100 percent."
Analysis: Randall Mackey will start, but Jeff Scott is expected to play. Still, it sounds like Scott may not get a big workload.
News:Jeff Scott (back) is questionable to play against Central Arkansas on Saturday, the Jackson Clarion-Ledger reports.
Analysis: It sounds like Jeff Scott is closer to doubtful than probable. Between his injury and the possibility that freshmen I'Tavius Mathers and Jaylen Walton are just better players, Scott's fantasy value is approaching zero.
News: Although he's back on the field, Jeff Scott missed practice due to concussion and back issues could lose his starting role soon, the Jackson Clarion-Ledger reports.
Analysis: Freshmen I'Tavius Mathers and Jaylen Walton probably have better pedigree than Jeff Scott, and both players reportedly capitalized on Scott's absence. None of these players are worth drafting until some clear emergence occurs.
News: Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt has suspended quarterback Randall Mackey, running back Jeff Scott and backup running back Korvic Neat for Saturday's game with LSU.
Analysis: Now that he's out of a gig we have Houston Nutt laying down the law.
News: Ole Miss running back Brandon Bolden looks to have returned to form and should continue that against Kentucky this Saturday.
Analysis: Bolden will lose some carries to Jeff Scott but has re-established himself as the team's top back so feel confident in starting him.
News: Against Auburn, Ole Miss running back Brandon Bolden looked like his old self as he rushed for 114 yards and two scores. Jeff Scott was a nice complement as he added 78 yards.
Analysis: Bolden was limited by a broken ankle earlier in the year but appears to have regained his spot as the team's top back.
News: Ole Miss running backs Brandon Bolden and Jeff Scott are both fine and expected to practice after getting dinged up last week against Arkansas, according to coach Houston Nutt.
Analysis: As long as Bolden and Scott continue to split carries, their fantasy value is diminished.
News: When Ole Miss back Brandon Bolden was out with injury it was Jeff Scott who carried the load. Now that Bolden is back, it looks to be a running back tandem as Bolden registered 14 carries for 68 yards against Arkansas with Scott adding another 33 yards on 13 totes.
Analysis: With these two sharing the rushing duties, neither makes for a good fantasy factor.
News: Ole Miss running back Brandon Bolden is among four players suspended for Saturday's game against Alabama for "breaking team rules."
Analysis: A rough season for Bolden continues to get worse. Jeff Scott will get the bulk of the carries for the Rebels, and we're not sure whether to congratulate him, or send out condolences against the Tide D.
News: Ole Miss will likely square off against Alabama without running back Enrique Davis as he works to recover from a knee injury.
Analysis:Jeff Scott has been the Rebel's main ball carrier and even he will have a tough time finding running lanes against the Crimson Tide.
News:Jeff Scott is not the biggest guy in the Ole Miss backfield by a long shot, but he has made the biggest impact. Currently Scott is leading his team in rushing with 350 yards and five scores.
Analysis: Scott has done well against lesser competition, but it will be interesting to see if he find any daylight against the Crimson Tide this weekend.
News: After a solid performance in the win over Fresno State, Randall Mackey has been named the starting quarterback for Ole Miss.
Analysis: Mackey isn't real flashy but he took care of the ball and made plays when the team needed him to. With some continuity at quarterback, perhaps guys like Jeff Scott, Nickolas Brassell, and Brandon Bolden can start really performing.
News: In the win over Fresno State it was Jeff Scott, not Brandon Bolden, who led the ground attack for the Rebels. Scott rushed 24 times for 138 yards and two scores while Bolden carried the ball just six times for 43 yards and two more touchdowns.
Analysis: Is Scott developing into a fantasy factor? I would remember that this performance was against Fresno State and suspend judgment on Scott for at least another week.
News: Last year Ole Miss running back Brandon Bolden rushed for over 200 yards against Fresno State, and he is looking to do the same this year. After injuring his ankle against BYU, Bolden has been slowly returning to form and hopes to be back to full strength against the Bulldogs.
Analysis: It is unlikely he will repeat last year's breakout performance, not only because of his ankle but also because of Jeff Scott stealing some carries.
News: With Brandon Bolden gone, Ole Miss running back Jeff Scott picked up the slack against Southern Illinois as he rushed for 118 yards and three scores in the win.
Analysis: Even though Scott did well, it is best to avoid the Rebel offense as a whole.
News: Ole Miss running back Brandon Bolden will be in a protective boot for a couple weeks after suffering a slight fracture in his left ankle last Saturday. Backup Enrique Davis is also highly doubtful this week due to a hyperextended knee.
Analysis: With the top two rushers sidelined, Jeff Scott will likely get the start this week against Southern Illinois. Unless you are in an SEC-only league, I would avoid Ole Miss until they get their offense settled.
News: Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt said running back Brandon Bolden's ankle "doesn't look good," adding, "there could be something wrong, maybe a fracture."
Analysis: It appears as though Bolden will be out an extended period of time, with some internet speculation already stating it's a season ending injury. Backups Enrique Davis and Jeff Scott were both injured against BYU as well, with only Scott returning. The situation is dire enough that Nutt is already thinking about moving players from other positions into the backfield. Bolden owners should be fearing the worst, and we'd avoid this backfield at all costs.
News: Scott took six carries for 31 yards Saturday as Mississippi fell to Louisiana State 43-36 on the road in Baton Rouge.
Analysis: Scott continues to be one of the most explosive players on the Ole Miss offense, but seems destined - at least for now - to split carries with teammate Enrique Davis behind starter, Brandon Bolden.
Mississippi's Scott Finishes Loss To UT With 31 Yards
News: Scott took five carries for 31 yards rushing Saturday as Ole Miss fell to Tennessee 52-14 on the road in Knoxville.
Analysis: Scott saw less carries than did the Rebels' second-best rusher, Enrique Davis.
Ole Miss' Scott Rampages Auburn On Ground With Just Nine Carries
News: Scott took nine carries for 134 yards and a touchdown Saturday as Ole Miss' top rusher in a 51-31 loss at home in Oxford to the Auburn Tigers.
Analysis: Scott has seen his overall rushing production increase incrementally over his past four starts, with Saturday's game against Auburn netting the freshman a career-high 134 yards on the ground.
Ole Miss' Scott Ends Up Rebels' Second-Best Rusher
News: Scott took 11 carries for 62 yards Saturday as Mississippi fell to Arkansas 38-24 on the road in Fayetteville.
Analysis: Scott matched his highest carry total (11) for the year in the loss to the Razorbacks, while also posting his second-best rushing total to date in his inaugural season playing collegiate football.
News: Scott ran for 74 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries against Fresno State Saturday.
Analysis: Scott probably won't do much this year, but the true freshman is definitely someone to watch in the future. He's a major big-play threat, as seen by his 55-yard touchdown run.