Ole Miss Rebels vs Presbyterian Blue Hose: Live Blog and Open Thread





DATE/TIME: 11/8/14, 11:00 AM CT (KICKOFF)




What to Watch for..

  • The Ole Miss Rebels leads the nation in scoring defense (13.2 ppg).
  • The Rebels have given up 13 touchdowns, tied for second-fewest in the nation.
  • Ole Miss leads the SEC and is tied for the national lead with 18 interceptions.
  • Senquez Golson ranks second nationally with nine INTs. He’s a semifinalist for Bednarik and Thorpe Awards.
  • The Rebels lead the SEC and rank second nationally with 25 turnovers forced.
  • Ole Miss boasts the nation’s longest streak of consecutive games forcing at least one turnover (32).
  • This is the first ever meeting between Ole Miss and Presbyterian College in football.
  • This game snaps a five-game stretch against SEC teams, including four from the West that were nationally ranked.
  • Ole Miss has out-scored opponents 69-10 in the first quarter … The 10 points is the fewest allowed in the nation.
  • Maxwell Award semifinalist Bo Wallace is 261 yards shy of Eli Manning’s school record for total offense.
  • This is an opportunity for starters to rest up. Expect the second/third string to come in once the game is out of hand.
  • This means Bo Wallace could break Manning’s record before the end of the first half. Then Ryan Buchanan and DeVante Kincade will entertain us.

Live Blog..

We will be giving you live game updates, score updates, and stats right here. So, there is no reason to leave.

Open Thread..

While you are here, be sure to use the comment section below to discuss the game with us and other rebel fans. You can sign into your Facebook or Twitter account to comment.

Hotty Toddy!

Final Stats

Key Players

Bo Wallace: 11/15, 140 yrds., 2 TDs, 1 INT

Jordan Wilkins: 10 ATT, 171 YDS., 17.1 AVG, 73 yard LG, 1 TD

Mark Dodson: 3 ATT, 128 YDS, 42.7 AVG, 65 yard LG, 2 TDs

Vince Sanders: 4 REC, 110 YDS, 54 yard LG, 2TDs

Derrick Jones: 5 REC, 55 YDS, 31 yard LG, 1 TD

 Fourth Quarter


10:01: Ole Miss RB Jordan Wilkins runs 73 yards for a touchdown. Extra point attempt by Andy Pappanastos is no good. Ole Miss leads 48-0.

 Third Quarter

(End of the Third Quarter)

8:23: Ole Miss QB DeVante Kincade throws 31-yard touchdown pass to WR Derrick Jones. After K Andrew Fletcher extra point, Ole Miss leads 42-0.

Halftime Stats

Key Players

Bo Wallace: 11/15, 140 passing yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT

Mark Dodson: 3 carries, 128 rushing yards, 42.7 AVG, 2 TDs (65 yrd, 62 yrd)

Vince Sanders: 3 REC, 97 receiving yards, 2 TDs, Longest: 66 yards

Serderius Bryant: 1 interception

 Second Quarter

(End of 1st Half)

1:10: Ole Miss RB Mark Dodson runs 62 yards for a touchdown. After a K Andy Pappanastos extra point, Ole Miss leads 35-0.

9:14: After a Ole Miss LB Serderius Bryant interception, the Ole Miss offense was setup with great field position. QB Bo Wallace runs 9-yards for a touchdown. After a K Andy Pappanastos extra point, Ole Miss leads 28-0.

10:51: Ole Miss RB Mark Dodson runs 65 yards up the middle for a touchdown, after good blocks from the Rebel offensive line. K Andy Pappanastos extra point is good. Ole Miss leads 21-0.

12:35: QB Bo Wallace throws an incomplete pass on a 4th and 2 situation, ball was located on Blue Hose’s 5-yard line. Turnover on downs. Ole Miss still leads 14-0.

 First Quarter

(End of the First Quarter)

1:21: Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace throws a 23 yard touchdown pass to WR Vince Sanders. After K Andy Pappanastos extra point, Ole Miss leads 14-0.

8:58: (Key Play) Ole Miss CJ Moore blocks Presbyterian’s  opening drive punt. Ole Miss will receive the ball on the Blue Hose 39-yard line.

14:20: Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace throws a 66 yard touchdown pass to WR Vince Sanders. In the first offensive drive of the game. After K Andy Pappanastos extra point, Ole Miss leads 7-0.


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