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Common opponents of State and Ole Miss

Auburn: Ole Miss won 17-7, State Lost 3-2 

LSU: Ole Miss won 31-13, State lost 34-24

Alabama Ole Miss lost 24-20 State Lost 32-7

Arkansas Ole Miss won, 23-21, State won 31-28

So the avg score from those game are:

Ole Miss 23-16

State’s Avg score from those games: 16-24

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Ole Miss bowl projections

Looks like we may end up playing Texas Tech In the Cotton Bowl….

http://myespn.go.com/blogs/sec/0-2-179/SEC-bowl-projections.html

Chris Low of ESPN ranks the SEC

1. Alabama

2. Florida

3. Georgia

4. Ole Miss: Florida is easily the hottest team in the league right now, but Ole Miss is making up ground. And the Rebels (7-4, 4-3 SEC) are the only team to beat the Gators back on Sept. 27. After whipping up on LSU 31-13 last Saturday, Ole Miss needs to make sure there are no letdowns and that it finishes the season the right way this Friday against rival Mississippi State at home. The Rebels are getting sensational play at quarterback from sophomore Jevan Snead, and the defense has taken it to another level in this four-game winning streak.

5. LSU

6. South Carolina

7. Vanderbilt

8. Kentucky

9. Auburn

10. Tennessee

11. Mississippi State

12. Arkansas

http://myespn.go.com/blogs/sec/0-2-178/Ole-Miss-makes-big-jump-in-SEC-power-rankings.html

Ole Miss 31 LSU 13

Well where do I start? Ole Miss beat LSU in all 3 parts of the game. Ole Miss dominated LSU’s offence, defense and their special teams unit. The only time the game was really in question was when Colt David hit the 52 yard FG to make it 21-13. Ole Miss took the ball and scored to make it 28-13 and it was over then. I was there and there is nothing like hearing 75k plus LSU fans quite :). 

Here are some pics that I took from the game:

I’ll post my comments on the game later…

Chris Low of ESPN Ranks the SEC..

1. Alabama

2. Florida

3. Georgia

4. LSU

5. Vanderbilt

6. South Carolina

7. Ole Miss: The Rebels (6-4, 4-3 SEC) are coming on and have a chance to close this season as one of the hottest teams in the league. They’ve won three in a row for the first time since 2003 and have a big game with LSU coming up this weekend. The reason they’re ranked a little lower this week is that they lost head-to-head to both Vanderbilt and South Carolina at home. So it’s hard to put the Rebels ahead of those teams right now when they all have comparable records. That could change, though, if the Rebels continue to play well.

8. Kentucky

9. Arkansas

10. Auburn

11. Tennessee

12. Mississippi State

http://myespn.go.com/blogs/sec

Ole Miss V. LSU

LSU gives up 24 points a game

Ole Miss gives up 20 points a game

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LSU Scores 32 points a game

Ole Miss scores 29 points a game

LSU is a shell of the team that it once was. If LSU dosn’t show up this game could get ugly. Ole Miss is the real deal.

Ole Miss (6-4) is Bowl Eligible!!!

CBS Sportsline and ESPN has Ole Miss playing North Carolina in the Chick-fil-A Bowl.

Ole Miss 59-0 over ULM

59-0?  

I didn’t think Ole Miss would beat ULM 59-0. The defense played awesome and we ran the ball all over them. Snead completed 6 passes out of 12., 3 of them were TD’s passes. Lancaster was not even a factor. He reminded me a lot of Brent Schaeffer. ULM looked like a team that thought it was to cold to go outside and play. 59-0….All Ole Miss all day.  

Eason looked good as did McCluster

Ole Miss-Tulsa may make good Liberty Bowl match

There are a lot of papers and websites that are picking Ole Miss to face Tulsa in the Liberty Bowl.  Are you ready for a Houston Nutt versus Gus Malzahn ball game?

http://www.commercialappeal.com/news/2008/nov/13/ole-miss-tulsa-may-make-good-liberty-bowl-match/