Posted October 29, 2011 on
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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It's been awhile since Andy Kennedy could look his best players in the eye.
Mississippi's 6-foot-7 coach has had mostly guard-oriented teams during his six years in Oxford, but that trend changes this season, with the Rebels returning several experienced frontcourt players who will likely determine how good this team will become.
Senior forward Terrance Henry is the unquestioned...
Linebacker Eltoro Freeman talks about his big game in the win over Ole Miss Saturday night.
AUBURN, Ala. — Mississippi played Auburn even in the first half, and then the third-quarter ills struck again.
Auburn picked up its sixth win of the season as the Tigers took control vs. Ole Miss after halftime.
"We have all the momentum right now" - Houston Nutt to ESPNU reporter as he bounded into the locker room tied 17-17At the moment Nutt said the above words I knew the game was over. I was left to only wonder how. The Rebels were running at will over Auburn's defense. Brandon Bolden was dialed in and was already approaching 100 yards on the night. What could go wrong...
There were 15 players on the field on offense for Ole Miss when the Rebels got ready to line up for the game’s final play Saturday night. Officials with any heart would have looked the other way. But they didn’t.