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October 13, 2012

After taking a step forward last week by holding a lead in the fourth quarter, Ole Miss took yet another step this week by holding and building onto a fourh quarter lead against the Auburn Tigers.

The 41-20 win snapped Ole Miss’ 16-game Southeastern Conference losing streak, and gave the Rebels their first SEC win since defeating Kentucky in 2010..

October 27, 2011

1. Have to stop the run

Auburn loves to run the football, ranking 35th in the country and fourth in the Southeastern Conference with over 183 rushing yards per game. Sophomore running back Michael Dyer is second in the conference in carries, rushing the ball 159 times already this season (Almost 20 carries per game). Between Dyer, the speedy Onterio McCalleb, and electric freshman Tre Mason, the Tigers have plenty of options on the ground. Arkansas was successful running the ball on Ole Miss last week when they went into three and four wide sets that forced the Rebels to put extra defensive backs on the field and spreading the field. The Tigers certainly will attempt to do the same thing, and it could be a long day if Ole Miss hasn’t made an adjustment to fix this, particularly if freshman quarterback Kiehl Frazier is a big part of the Auburn offense.

 

1. Have to stop the run

October 24, 2011

In back-to-back weeks, Ole Miss has played well in the first half of games but has struggled coming out of halftime. 

 

Nutt searching for a complete effort

In back-to-back weeks, Ole Miss has played well in the first half of games but has struggled coming out of halftime. 

Saturday, the Rebels led 17-7 at halftime against Arkansas, but they were unable to move the ball offensively or make key defensive stops in the crucial third quarter, resulting in a 29-24 loss.

“We’ve got to do a better job; we’ve got to finish,” Nutt said. “We have to play all four quarters. 

February 3, 2011

The Offense
Quarterback
Signees:
Makhail Miller, Zack Stoudt, Barry Brunetti