OXFORD — Squinting his eyes in thought while counting on his fingers, Ole Miss quarterback Jevan Snead ran through the list of family members who would descend on Vaught-Hemingway Stadium this Saturday for his much-anticipated debut against Memphis.
First there were his parents. Then his brother. His sister. Her husband and two kids. Maybe an aunt or two. Eventually, he gave up counting, admitting there were probably more he wasn’t able to remember off the top of his head.
“I guess there will be a few,” he said with a grin.