Ocean Springs coach Blake Pennock joins the group

Blake Pennock was the offensive coordinator at Clinton when Cam Akers played there. He is now the head coach at Ocean Springs with Bray Hubbard as quarterback. This Friday, Pennock, Hubbard and the Greyhounds take on Brandon for the South State 6A Championship. Pennock talks about Akers, Hubbard and the task at hand. The Clevelands also talk Egg Bowl, Lane Kiffin’s future, Southern Miss Bowl odds and more.

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Rick Cleveland, a native of Hattiesburg and a resident of Jackson, has been a Mississippi Today sports columnist since 2016. A graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, Rick has worked for the Monroe (La.) News Star World, Jackson Daily News and Clarion Ledger. He was sports editor for Hattiesburg American, executive director of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. His work as a columnist and celebrated sportswriter has appeared in numerous magazines, journals and newspapers.
Rick has been named Mississippi Sports Writer of the Year 13 times and has received multiple awards and honors for his reporting and writing.

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