Posted November 19, 2011 on AP on Fox
Every time it appears Mississippi's miserable season can't get any worse, the Rebels find a way to make it happen. The latest embarrassment was Saturday, when No. 1 LSU crushed Ole Miss 52-3 on senior night at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. LSU's Ron Brooks returned an interception for a touchdown just 28 seconds into the game as the Tigers built a 35-3 lead by halftime and kept pounding away at the Ole Miss defense all night for 353 rushing yards. ''You can't start the game the way we started, especially with a team like that,'' coach Houston Nutt said. ''The No. 1 team in the nation, you can't give them gifts. One thing we didn't want to do was turnovers, especially when they get seven points off the bat. That was the worst thing that could happen. They're a really good football team. They're a good football team, but we helped them.'' LSU's domination of Mississippi was so complete that with more than five minutes...
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