Posted October 29, 2011 on mississippi.scout.com
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Brandon Bolden looked like the Brandon Bolden of old Saturday. So did senior DE Kentrell Lockett. But it wasn’t enough, as the Rebels fell to Auburn, 41-23, inside Jordan-Hare Stadium.
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