Ole Miss will have to break in a new quarterback after the somewhat surprising departure of Jevan Snead. The junior didn’t deliver at times in 2009, left school early and was not drafted. But perhaps most significant, UM will have to replace the yards left behind from dual-purpose Dexter McCluster. When the speedy and shifty McCluster was in the game and utilized last year, Ole Miss did things on offense that made many opposing defenses look embarrassed. In short, he was an offensive set all his own.