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HOUSTON — Peyton Manning was holding court, much like he did for so many Sundays during an incredible National Football League career that spanned 18 seasons and included Super Bowls for two different franchises. And although he wasn't the only celebrity at…And although he wasn’t the only celebrity at a private event held Wednesday at Truth BBQ, just a few miles from Memorial Park — the site of this week’s Hewlett Packard Enterprise Houston Open — he was certainly the biggest. PGA Tour star Keith Mitchell and Manning’s former teammate Owen Daniels were among the others floating around the room, but Manning was undeniably the center of attention.
Ole Miss football fans were already riding high after the Egg Bowl but Arch Manning might've given them an even bigger win for the long term. © Provided by Fansided
The college football regular season is wrapping up and the Egg Bowl on Thanksgiving between the Ole Miss Rebels and Mississippi State Bulldogs truly got the blood flowing for rivalry week. At the end of the day, though, Lane Kiffin and his crew from Oxford went on the road and delivered a huge victory.
Wins on a larger scale kept pouring in too. The Rebels beating their rivals gave them the first 10-win season in program history and will likely punch their ticket to a New Year's Six game. And if that weren't enough victories, Ole Miss is going to win the Arch Manning sweepstakes too — at least according to a random video that leaked online.
Lane Kiffin will be watching Arch Manning play Friday night
There is no recruit in the 2023 football recruiting class more touted than Arch Manning. The nephew of Peyton and Eli is the No. 1 recruit in the 2023 class and the numbers back that up. The 6’4″, 215-pound quarterback has thrown for 1,675 yards and 24 touchdowns this season at Isidore Newman. Manning has Read more The post Lane Kiffin will be watching Arch Manning play Friday night appeared first on The Comeback.
On Friday, the day after the Egg Bowl, a video with a supine Arch Manning beside a woman sitting on the ground surfaced in which she said the all-world quarterback recruit was going to Ole Miss and, in a moment sure to send Rebels fans into a frenzy, he said that he was.
Arch Manning says he's going to Ole Miss in quite unofficial video
Does a blonde asking the highly touted recruit if he's going to play for the Rebels and the quarterback responding sheepishly in the affirmative before saying "Hotty Toddy" mean anything?
No — at least not anything official.
However, considering that Uncle Eli spent his college football career in Oxford and with the way Lane Kiffin has the program rolling in just his second season, it's not hard to imagine a world in which the Rebels are very much in the mix for the next in line to take over the family business of being an elite quarterback.
CFB World Reacts To Friday’s Lane Kiffin, Arch Manning News
On Friday morning, Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin teased college football fans by hinting he was going to see No. 1 recruit Arch Manning later that night. Manning is the son of Cooper Manning, the older brother of Peyton & Eli Manning. Manning is considered the No. 1 quarterback in that 2023 class and […] The post CFB World Reacts To Friday’s Lane Kiffin, Arch Manning News appeared first on The Spun.
All told, Ole Miss fans will either look back on this video as a beautiful point in time in which Arch Manning first revealed his master plan or a cruel deception that misled them. We'll have to wait to find out which is the reality of the situation.
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Arch Manning's state finals hope crushed by Lafayette Christian Academy, quarterback JuJaun Johnson .
LCA blew out Isadore Newman 49-7 in a rematch of last year's Louisiana Division III playoff semifinals game with all the hype. Lafayette Christian Academy (Lafayette, La.) and quarterback JuJuan Johnson came away with a resounding 49-7 win. LCA held Manning, the 2023 class' No. 1 recruit, to a scoreless seven completions and 52 yards on 16 passing attempts. Manning also threw an interception and scored a five-yard rushing touchdown. Johnson was the far superior passer on the day.