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Dave Bevan is the managing editor for OleHottyToddy.com. He has been writing about SEC and Ole Miss sports on various sites for years. Dave is also a contributor to Rebel Nation Magazine. If you have any questions for Dave, maybe learning about how to write for OHT, email him at OleHottyToddy@gmail.com
Acey is from the Jackson, MS area with an engineering degree from Ole Miss (the oldest engineering program in “Our State”), but doesn’t let his day job prevent him from displaying his passion for Ole Miss and SEC sports. While waiting for the day Ole Miss Football returns to glory, he objectively comments on the current news of the day. Acey is one of the founders of MakeItRainSports, contributing sports blogs and co-hosting the MakeItRainSports and The Season Ticket radio shows on the VsportoNetwork. Loves BBQ and female fitness instructors; Hates commas and LSU. Follow on twitter @Aceyrob
Rashell Reese is the managing editor of BigEasyBeliever.com She graduated from the Meek School of Journalism at the University of Mississippi in 2011. She has covered everything from restaurant reviews to presidential debates but sports are her true calling. Rashell is a regular sports correspondent for the Sun Herald, Mississippi Sports, the Picayune Item and OleHottyToddy.com If you have any questions or if you are interested in writing for BigEasyBeliever.com shoot her an email at [email protected] also you can follow Rashell on Twitter and Instagram @RashellReese
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