OXFORD — Ole Miss may be without center Ben Still this week.Still missed most of the second half of Saturday’s 34-3 win against Tennessee with a sprained MCL. Coach Hugh Freeze said Still is questionable for No. 3 Ole Miss’ game against LSU (6:15 p.m., ESPN).The junior is in his first season as Ole Miss’ starter, doing so in all seven games so far this season. He has played a significant portion of the snaps in the weeks leading up to the game against the Vols.If Still is not available Freeze said that redshirt sophomore Robert Conyers will play the position. Conyers has been playing both tackle and center this season.“He played almost all of the second half and he’s been rotating everywhere,” Freeze said. Said quarterback Bo Wallace: “When they’re switching out I don’t even notice a difference in the snaps or the (blocking) calls. I’m totally comfortable with both of them.” Guards Justin Bell and Aaron Morris (ankles) and wide receiver Laquon Treadwell (shoulder) are all banged up but are expected to be ready. Wide receiver Collins Moore had surgery earlier this month and will miss the rest of the season. Moore suffered a knee injury in July that had an original time frame of four-to-six weeks, but was not getting better. Moore does have a redshirt year available, so he could return for 2015.
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