WR Nickolas Brassell aims for SEC return 

September, 28, 2012
SCOOBA, Miss. -- As a freshman at Ole Miss, Nickolas Brassell saved his best game of the season for the Univeristy of Alabama. He finished with four catches for 101 yards. It was his only 100-yard receiving game of the year, but UA won easily, 52-7.

On Saturday, Ole Miss will travel to Tuscaloosa for a rematch with the Crimson Tide, but this year, Brassell won’t be suiting up for the Rebels.

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Shelby Daniel/Icon SMINickolas Brassell transferred to a community college to get his academics in order, and he hopes to be playing in the SEC again next season.
The Batesville, Miss., native transferred to East Mississippi Community College in May after losing his academic eligibility at Ole Miss. With a brand new perspective, he’s now working to get back to where he was, playing football in the SEC.
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