Posted October 30, 2012 on
Ole Miss hits the road for the second time in consecutive weeks Saturday at Georgia. Quarterback Bo Wallace believes the experiences gained in the Rebels' 30-27 win over Arkansas in Little Rock can only help in Athens.
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Bo Wallace knew all too well how a crushing late defeat felt.
The Mississippi quarterback, like the rest of his teammates, was accustomed to gut-wrenching losses such as a 30-27 setback to Texas A&M on Oct. 6.
It was a loss in which the Rebels blew a 10-point fourth-quarter lead and failed to capitalize on six Aggies' turnovers - extending their Southeastern Conference...
During his recruitment, Mike Hilton never really considered himself a defensive back. His future, he thought, was at running back. That is, until he met head coach Hugh Freeze for the first time. A year later, he's playing an integral role for the Ole Miss defense, including six total tackles in the Rebels' 30-27 win over Arkansas.
ATHENS - Georgia QB Aaron Murray meets with reporters about the game with Ole Miss.
Ole Miss has a new coach and a new attitude. Coach Hugh Freeze has made his players believe that they can win and they're playing with authority.
Here are a few observations from Red Cup Rebellion after the victory over Arkansas last Saturday:
While he did not have but one touchdown, Bo Wallace was tremendous yesterday. He completed 29 of his 37 passes for 278 yards and...
ATHENS - Damien Swann talks with reporters about the game with Ole Miss.
Ole Miss beat Arkansas 30-27 Saturday, while the wide-open, uptempo offense the Rebels employ appeared to slow down some in the second half.
Ole Miss is 5-3 overall and 2-2 in SEC play through eight games. Who's been the Rebels' MVP so far this season? Ben Garrett and Chuck Rounsaville discuss in the latest Ole Miss Spirit Podcast.