Found September 10, 2013 on College Spun:
Last year, the Texas Longhorns absolutely smoked Ole Miss 66-31 in Oxford. Of course, that sticks in the minds of all of the Rebels, but particularly those on the defensive side of the ball. With Ole Miss ready to travel to Texas this weekend for a rematch, Rebel defensive back Cody Prewitt posted a message to fans on his Facebook page, indicating he is ready to go make up for that loss, and that things are about to get real for the Longhorns: Ole Miss safety Cody Prewitt is ready for Texas. Ready with a capital R. pic.twitter.com/KIdVuy1M2N — Rebel Nation (@OMRebelNation) September 10, 2013 Beating Texas to move to 3-0 would be huge for Ole Miss, and it should be a good game in Austin — we’ll definitely be tuning in.
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