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					                                                                                                                   MEDIA RELATIONS
                                                                                               Ole Miss Athletics Media Relations       Langston Rogers, Sr. Assoc. AD/Media Relations
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                                                                                               University, MS 38677                     Kyle Campbell, Associate Director
                                                                                               Phone- (662) 915-7522                    Bill Bunting, Associate Director
                                                                                               Fax- (662) 915-7006                      Joey Jones, Associate Director
                                                                                                                                        Daniel Snowden, Assistant Director

        2007 REBEL FOOTBALL                                                                    Web Site- OleMissSports.com              Jay D’Abramo, Assistant Director
                                                                                                                                        Ashley Allen, Senior Staff Assistant


                                                                          EGG BOWL
                                              Ole Miss (3-8, 0-7) vs. Mississippi State (6-5, 3-4)
DATE: Friday, November 23, 2007                                WHAT TO WATCH FOR: Senior RB BenJarvus Green-                 MISSISSIPPI STATE SCOUTING REPORT: With SEC
                                                               Ellis has topped the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the sec-     victories over Auburn, Kentucky and Alabama, the
TIME: 11:30 a.m. CT                                            ond straight year ... He is averaging 92.7 yards per game     Bulldogs are bowl eligible for the first time since 2000.
                                                               with four 100-yard games ... QB Brent Schaeffer and           State is coming off a 45-31 loss to Arkansas Saturday in
SITE (CAPACITY): Davis Wade Stadium/Scott Field                WR Shay Hodge have connected for TDs in back-to-              Little Rock. The MSU offense averages 140.3 rushing
(55,082); Starkville, Miss.                                    back games ... Sophomore DE Greg Hardy ranks third in         yards and 168.0 passing yards per game. Sophomore
                                                               the nation in both sacks (1.11 pg) and TFLs (2.00 pg) ...     RB Anthony Dixon directs the ground game with 954
TV: Lincoln Financial (Dave Neal, play-by-play; Dave           For the first time since 2000, the Bulldogs enter the Egg     yards and an SEC-high 13 TDs. True freshman QB
Archer, color analyst; Dave Baker, sideline reporter). A       Bowl with a better overall record than the Rebels ... Ole     Wesley Carroll has settled in at signal-caller and com-
replay of the game will be available on                        Miss is looking to avoid its first winless SEC season         pleted 113-of-209 passes for 1,223 yards with eight TDs
OleMissSports.com, Saturday at 11 p.m., and on CSS,            since 1982 ... This will mark the Rebels’ fifth TV appear-    and five interceptions. Senior Tony Burks and junior
Sunday at 1 p.m.                                               ance of the year and third on Lincoln Financial.              Jamayel Smith lead the receiving corps with 30 catches
                                                                                                                             for 418 yards and 28 for 455, respectively. The Bulldogs
RADIO: Ole Miss Radio Network (David Kellum, play-by-          OLE MISS HEAD COACH ED ORGERON: Ed Orgeron                    rank fifth in the conference in both total defense (343.3
play; Pete Cordelli, color analyst; Stan Sandroni, sideline    (Northwestern State, 1984) is in his third season as the      ypg) and pass defense (188.3 ypg). Jamar Chaney is the
reporter). XM Satellite Radio channel 231.                     Ole Miss head coach, having been hired on Dec. 16,            top tackler with 73 total stops, while fellow junior LB
                                                               2004. He has a career coaching record of 10-24. Ole           Dominic Douglas has recorded 69 tackles with eight
POLLS: Neither Ole Miss nor Mississippi State appear in        Miss is Orgeron’s first career head coaching position,        TFLs. Senior DL Titus Brown is among the SEC leaders
the top-25 rankings.                                           although he possesses over 20 years of college coach-         with 12 TFLs and eight sacks, and sophomore DB
                                                               ing experience, most recently as an assistant head coach      Anthony Johnson boasts three interceptions and eight
SERIES INFO: This game will be the 104th meeting of            on USC’s 2003 and 2004 national champion teams.               pass break-ups. Junior K Adam Carlson has converted 8-
one of the nation’s most-played rivalries. Ole Miss holds      Orgeron is 1-1 against Mississippi State as a head            of-11 field goals and 30-of-31 PATs.
a 59-38-6 advantage in the series dating back to 1901.         coach.
The Ole Miss-Mississippi State series is tied with the                                                                          2007 MISSISSIPPI STATE SCHEDULE/RESULTS
North Carolina-Wake Forest series for the 16th longest in      MISSISSIPPI STATE HEAD COACH SYLVESTER                                      (6-5 OVERALL, 3-4 SEC)
NCAA Division I-A history. The rivalry is also listed as the   CROOM: Sylvester Croom is in his fourth season as the         Aug. 30 * LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-45
10th longest uninterrupted series, as the NCAA consid-         head coach at Mississippi State. He has led the Bulldogs      Sept. 8   at Tulane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 38-17
ers Friday’s game the 92nd consecutive year that the two       to a 15-30 record, in this his first career head coaching     Sept. 15 * at Auburn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W 19-14
schools have faced each other. Neither team, however,          assignment. Prior to taking the position at Mississippi       Sept. 22 GARDNER-WEBB . . . . . . . . . . . . W 31-15
fielded a squad in 1943 due to World War II. Friday’s          State, Croom spent three seasons from 2001-2003 as an         Sept. 29 * at South Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . .L 21-38
game will be the 80th “Battle of the Golden Egg,” as the       assistant coach with the Green Bay Packers. Croom also        Oct. 6    UAB (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W 30-13
two schools started playing for the trophy in 1927. Ole        served on NFL coaching staffs with Tampa Bay (1987-           Oct. 13   * TENNESSEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L 21-33
Miss holds a 53-21-5 advantage in the “Egg Bowl.” The          1990), Indianapolis (1991) and San Diego (1992-1996).         Oct. 20   at West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L 13-38
home team has won seven of the last eight games. Ole           Croom started his coaching career as a graduate assis-        Oct. 27   * at Kentucky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W 31-14
Miss has taken four of the last five in the series, includ-    tant on Paul “Bear” Bryant’s staff at Alabama in 1976. He     Nov. 10 * ALABAMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W 17-12
ing last year’s 20-17 triumph in Oxford. The series is tied    then served as an assistant for the Crimson Tide from         Nov. 17 * at Arkansas (Little Rock) . . . . . . L, 31-45
at 8-8 in the last 15 meetings since the series returned to    1977-1986. Croom is 1-2 versus the Rebels.                    Nov. 23 * OLE MISS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11:30 a.m.
campus sites in 1991, after being played yearly in                                                                           * —Southeastern Conference game
Jackson from 1973-1990. The Rebels hold a 20-10-3                                                                            HOME GAMES IN CAPS                          All Times Central
advantage in games played in Starkville.


                                                                 2007 OLE MISS SCHEDULE
 DATE                                 OPPONENT                                  SITE                       TIME                      NOTES/SERIES INFORMATION
 September           1                at Memphis (CSS)                         Memphis, Tenn.              W, 23-21                  TDs on offense, defense and special teams
 SEPTEMBER           8                MISSOURI                                 OXFORD                      L, 38-25                  Combined 1,093 yards of total offense
 September          15                at Vanderbilt* (PPV)                     Nashville, Tenn.            L, 31-17                  Wallace catches for 139 yards and 2 TDs
 SEPTEMBER          22                #3/3 FLORIDA* (LF)                       OXFORD                      L, 30-24                  SEC’s #1 scoring O held 26 pts below avg
 September          29                at #15/16 Georgia*                       Athens, Ga.                 L, 45-17                  Game tied at 17-17 in third quarter
 OCTOBER             6                LOUISIANA TECH (HC)                      OXFORD                      W, 24-0                   First shutout since 2003 MSU game
 OCTOBER            13                ALABAMA* (LF)                            OXFORD                      L, 27-24                  Rebels take 24-17 lead into fourth quarter
 OCTOBER            20                ARKANSAS*                                OXFORD                      L, 44-8                   Worst loss since 2000
 October            27                at #23/23 Auburn* (PPV)                  Auburn, Ala.                L, 17-3                   Down 7 in 4th, Rebels threaten at AU 20
 NOVEMBER            3                NORTHWESTERN STATE                       OXFORD                      W, 38-31                  Most points scored under Orgeron
 NOVEMBER           17                #1/1 LSU* (CBS)                          OXFORD                      L, 41-24                  Rebs pile up 466 total offense vs. LSU D
 November           23                at Mississippi State* (LF)               Starkville, Miss.           11:30 a.m.                Ole Miss leads 59-38-6

 * - SEC game                         (HC) - Homecoming                                                    All Times Central
                                                                                                                                                                                    PAGE 2 – REBEL NOTES
                                                          TEAM STATISTICS                                                                                         TOP REBEL PERFORMANCES
    OLE MISS                    OPPONENT                     CATEGORY                                MSU                      OPPONENT                              VS. MISSISSIPPI STATE
        203                         272                      First Downs                              196                         200
         75                         129                      By Rushing                                94                          93                 Rushing Yards: Dou Innocent, 39-242 (TD); 11-25-1995
        108                         132                      By Passing                                89                          86                 Passing Yards: Mark Young, 19-37-1-334 (3 TDs); 11-26-
         20                          11                       By Penalty                               13                          21                 1988
      71-529                      77-620                   Penalties-Yards                          63-555                      75-628                Receptions: Floyd Franks, 8-85; 11-30-1968; Chris Collins,
       10-6                        15-8                     Fumbles-Lost                             22-9                        19-8                 8-113-1; 11-27-2003
        329                         484                  Rushing Attempts                             442                         399                 Receiving Yards: Roell Preston, 7-150 (TD); 11-26-1994
       1374                        2308                    Rushing Yards                             1543                        1704                 All-Purpose Yards: Dou Innocent, 242; (11-25-1995)
        4.2                         4.8                   Yards Per Rush                              53.5                        4.3                 Points Scored: Showboat Boykin, 42 (7 TDs); 12-1-1951
       124.9                       209.8              Rushing Yards Per Game                         140.3                       154.9
     360-189                     360-235             Pass Attempts-Completions                     316-165                     333-187                                        SERIES HISTORY
       2450                        2500                    Passing Yards                             1848                        2071
       222.7                       227.3              Passing Yards Per Game                         168.0                       188.3                                   Ole Miss leads 59-38-6
        689                         844                 Total Offensive Plays                         758                         732                 In Starkville: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-10-3, Ole Miss
       3824                        4808                     Total Offense                            3391                        3775                 In Oxford: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-10-3, Ole Miss
       347.6                       437.1              Total Offense Per Game                         308.3                       343.2                In Jackson, Miss.: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-12, Ole Miss*
        227                         325                      Total Points                             252                         284                 In Tupelo, Miss.: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0, Mississippi State
                                                                                                                                                      In Columbus, Miss.: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0, Ole Miss
                                                                                                                                                      In Clarksdale, Miss.: . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0, Mississippi State
                                                     INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                                                                            In Greenwood, Miss.: . . . . . . . . . . .2-0, Mississippi State
OLE MISS                                                                  MSU                                                                         * - Ole Miss won 1976 and 1977 games by forfeit

Rushing                         Att.     Yds.        Avg.         TD      Rushing                          Att.      Yds.       Avg.         TD       Longest Ole Miss Win Streak: . .6, 1930-35 and 1947-52
BenJarvus Green-Ellis           201      1020         5.1          5      Anthony Dixon                    252        954        3.8         13       Longest Mississippi State Win Streak: . . 13, 1911-1925
Bruce Hall                       51       231         4.5          0      Christian Ducre                  101        460        4.6          3       Largest Margin of Victory: . . . . . . . . . . . .48, 1971 (48-0)
                                                                                                                                                      Largest Margin of Defeat: . . . . . . . . . . . .65, 1915 (65-0)
Passing                         Att. Comp.          Yds. TD/Int.          Passing                          Att. Comp.           Yds. TD/Int.
Seth Adams                      297    163          1979 12/16            Wesley Carroll                   209    113           1223    8/5           Year   Site                   Score     Year Site                   Score
Brent Schaeffer                  62     25           463    4/3           Michael Henig                     70     34            385    1/9           1901   Starkville . . . . . .L, 0-17    1959 Starkville . . . . .W, 42-0
                                                                          Josh Riddell                      37     18            240    2/2           1902   Starkville . . . . .W, 21-0      1960 Oxford . . . . . . .W, 35-9
Receiving                     Rec.       Yds.       Avg.         TD                                                                                   1903   Oxford . . . . . . . . .T, 6-6   1961 Starkville . . . . .W, 37-7
                                                                                                                                                      1904   Columbus . . . . .W, 17-5        1962 Oxford . . . . . . .W, 13-6
Shay Hodge                     41         564       13.8          5       Receiving                      Rec.        Yds.       Avg.         TD       1905   Jackson . . . . . . .L, 0-11     1963 Oxford . . . . . . .T, 10-10
Mike Wallace                   37         707       19.1          6       Tony Burks                      30          418       13.9          3       1906   Jackson . . . . . .W, 29-5       1964 Oxford . . . . . . .L, 17-20
Marshay Green                  29         235        8.1          0       Jamayel Smith                   28          455       16.2          3       1907   Jackson . . . . . . .L, 0-15     1965 Starkville . . . . .W, 21-0
Dexter McCluster               26         312       12.0          2       Jason Husband                   16          193       12.1          2       1908   Jackson . . . . . . .L, 6-44     1966 Oxford . . . . . . .W, 24-0
                                                                                                                                                      1909   Jackson . . . . . . .W, 9-5      1967 Starkville . . . . .W, 10-3
Punting                         No.      Yds.       Avg.      Long        Punting                          No.      Yds.        Avg.      Long        1910   Jackson . . . . . .W, 30-0       1968 Oxford . . . . . . .T, 17-17
Justin Sparks                    44      1767       40.2        55        Blake McAdams                     58      2310        39.8        73        1911   Jackson . . . . . . . .L, 0-6    1969 Starkville . . . .W, 48-22
                                                                                                                                                      1915   Tupelo . . . . . . . .L, 0-65    1970 Oxford . . . . . . .L, 14-19
                                                                                                                                                      1916   Tupelo . . . . . . . .L, 0-36    1971 Starkville . . . . .W, 48-0
Punt Returns                    No.      Yds.       Avg. Long             Punt Returns                     No.       Yds.       Avg.      Long        1917   Tupelo . . . . . . .L, 14-41     1972 Oxford . . . . . .W, 51-14
Marshay Green                     8        39        4.9 44(TD)           Derek Pegues                      21        179        8.5        37        1918   Oxford . . . . . . . .L, 0-13    1973 Jackson . . . . .W, 38-10
Dexter McCluster                  6        29        4.8     19                                                                                       1919   Clarksdale . . . . .L, 0-33      1974 Jackson . . . . . .L, 13-31
                                                                          KO Returns                       No.       Yds.       Avg.      Long        1920   Greenwood . . . .L, 0-20         1975 Jackson . . . . . .W, 13-7
KO Returns                      No.      Yds.       Avg. Long             Derek Pegues                      21        507       24.1        51        1921   Greenwood . . . .L, 0-21         1976 Jackson . . . . .L, 11-28*
Marshay Green                    27       631       23.4     42                                                                                       1922   Jackson . . . . . .L, 13-19      1977 Jackson . . . . .L, 14-18*
Mike Wallace                     20       487       24.4 77(TD)           Scoring                          TD         FG        PAT        Total      1923   Jackson. . . . . . .L, 6-13      1978 Jackson . . . . . .W, 27-7
                                                                          Anthony Dixon                    14         0-0        0-0         84       1924   Jackson. . . . . . .L, 0-20      1979 Jackson . . . . . .W, 14-9
                                                                                                                                                      1925   Jackson . . . . . . . .L, 0-6    1980 Jackson . . . . . .L, 14-19
Scoring                          TD       FG        PAT        Total      Adam Carlson                      0        8-11      30-31         54       1926   Starkville . . . . . .W, 7-6     1981 Jackson . . . . .W, 21-17
Joshua Shene                      0     11-16      22-23         55                                                                                   1927   Oxford . . . . . .W, 20-12       1982 Jackson . . . . . .L, 10-27
Mike Wallace                      7       0-0        0-0         44       Tackles                      UT-AT           TT    TFL Other                1928   Starkville . . . .W, 20-19       1983 Jackson . . . . .W, 24-23
                                                                          Jamar Chaney                 36-37           73   3.5-5 4 Press             1929   Oxford . . . . . . . . .T, 7-7   1984 Jackson . . . . . .W, 24-3
Tackles                     UT-AT           TT    TFL Other               Dominic Douglas              34-35           69 8.0-27 2 Press              1930   Starkville . . . . .W, 20-0      1985 Jackson . . . . .W, 45-27
Ashlee Palmer               47-37           84 6.5-22     6 PB            Anthony Johnson              30-23           53   3.0-7    8 PB             1931   Oxford . . . . . .W, 25-14       1986 Jackson . . . . . .W, 24-3
Jamarca Sanford             45-34           79 5.0-19     2 FF            Titus Brown                  22-10           32 12.0-66 8 Scks              1932   Starkville . . . . .W, 13-0      1987 Jackson . . . . . .L, 20-30
Greg Hardy                  40-22           62 18.0-95 10 Scks                                                                                        1933   Oxford . . . . . . .W, 31-0      1988 Jackson . . . . . .W, 33-6
                                                                                                                                                      1934   Jackson . . . . . . .W, 7-3      1989 Jackson . . . . .W, 21-11
Peria Jerry                 38-16           54 13.5-38 3 Scks                                                                                         1935   Oxford . . . . . . .W, 14-6      1990 Jackson . . . . . .W, 21-9
                                                                                                                                                      1936   Starkville . . . . . .L, 6-26    1991 Starkville . . . . . .L, 9-24
                                                       LAST FIVE MEETINGS                                                                             1937   Oxford . . . . . . . . .L, 7-9   1992 Oxford . . . . . .W, 17-10
                                                                                                                                                      1938   Starkville . . . . .W, 19-6      1993 Starkville . . . . .L, 13-20
November 25, 2006 • Oxford, Miss.                                         turnovers and limited MSU to 1-for-12 on third down. Freshman QB            1939   Oxford . . . . . . . .L, 6-18    1994 Oxford . . . . . . .L, 17-21
Ole Miss 20, Mississippi State 17: Marshay Green returned a punt          Robert Lane found TE Lawrence Lilly on a four-yard TD pass on the           1940   Starkville . . . . . .L, 0-19    1995 Starkville . . . .W, 13-10
47 yards for a TD late in the fourth quarter to give Ole Miss a 20-17     15th play of a 78-yard drive in the first quarter and sprinted to the end   1941   Oxford . . . . . . . . .L, 0-6   1996 Oxford . . . . . . . .L, 0-17
win in the Egg Bowl. Brent Schaeffer tossed a TD pass to DE Greg          zone from two yards on the 16th play of a 98-yard drive in the fourth.      1942   Starkville . . . . .L, 13-34     1997 Starkville . . . .W, 15-14
Hardy early in the game, and the Rebels held on with the help of two                                                                                  1944   Oxford . . . . . . .W, 13-8      1998 Oxford . . . . . . . .L, 6-28
short field goals by Joshua Shene. MSU kicker Adam Carlson missed         November 27, 2003 • Starkville, Miss.                                       1945   Starkville . . . . . .W, 7-6     1999 Starkville . . . . .L, 20-33
a 51-yard field goal that would have tied the game as time expired.       Ole Miss 31, Mississippi State 0: QB Eli Manning passed for 260             1946   Oxford . . . . . . . .L, 0-20    2000 Oxford . . . . . .W, 45-30
                                                                          yards and three TDs, and the Ole Miss defense limited Mississippi           1947   Starkville . . . .W, 33-14       2001 Starkville . . . . .L, 28-36
November 26, 2005 • Starkville, Miss.                                     State to 192 yards of total offense in a 31-0 win over the Bulldogs.        1948   Oxford . . . . . . .W, 34-7      2002 Oxford . . . . . .W, 24-12
Mississippi State 35, Ole Miss 14: Jerious Norwood scored four            WR Chris Collins caught eight passes for 113 yards, including a 23-         1949   Starkville . . . . .W, 26-0      2003 Starkville . . . . .W, 31-0
touchdowns leading the Bulldogs to a 35-14 victory in the Egg Bowl.       yard TD pass in the third quarter to complete the scoring.                  1950   Oxford . . . . . .W, 27-20       2004 Oxford . . . . . . .W, 20-3
Norwood rushed for 204 yards and three touchdowns on 34 carries,                                                                                      1951   Starkville . . . . .W, 49-7      2005 Starkville . . . . .L, 14-35
and caught a 5-yard scoring pass from Mike Henig and helped               November 28, 2002 • Oxford, Miss.                                           1952   Oxford . . . . . .W, 20-14       2006 Oxford . . . . . .W, 20-17
Mississippi State outrush Ole Miss 304-31.                                Ole Miss 24, Mississippi State 12: QB Eli Manning connected with            1953   Starkville . . . . . . .T, 7-7   * - Ole Miss won by forfeit
                                                                          WR Chris Collins for two TD passes to lead Ole Miss to a 24-12 win          1954   Oxford . . . . . . .W, 14-0
November 27, 2004 • Oxford, Miss.                                         on Thanksgiving night. Manning was 16-of-29 for 207 yards with two          1955   Starkville . . . . .W, 26-0
Ole Miss 20, Mississippi State 3: The Ole Miss defense allowed no         TDs, two INTs and also scored on a one-yard run. Collins finished           1956   Oxford . . . . . . .W, 13-7
first downs and just nine yards of total offense over the first 27 min-   with four catches for 130 yards, including a 77-yard TD reception.          1957   Starkville . . . . . . .T, 7-7
utes in a 20-3 victory over Mississippi State. The Rebels forced four                                                                                 1958   Oxford . . . . . . .W, 21-0
                                                                                                                                                    PAGE 3 – REBEL NOTES
THE START OF THE GOLDEN EGG: The Golden Egg                    ORIGINS OF THE NAME: The term “Egg Bowl” can be
was first proposed by members of Sigma Iota, an Ole            traced back to 1978, when Executive Sports Editor of the                 OLE MISS HEAD COACH
Miss honorary society in 1927. Sigma Iota proposed that
a trophy be awarded in a dignified ceremony designed to
                                                               Clarion-Ledger Tom Patterson decided to spice up the
                                                               1978 meeting. A year earlier, the Clarion-Ledger head-
                                                                                                                                             ED ORGERON
calm excited fans, after Ole Miss fans stormed the field       line on game day had been “Egg Bowl Is Up For
at Starkville’s Scott Field following the Rebels’ 7-6 win in   Scramble,” and the following day it was “Egg Bowl ‘77:
the 1926 contest.                                              State 18, Ole Miss 14.” With the Rebels 4-6 and the
    The 1926 win snapped a 13-game losing streak to            Bulldogs 6-4 and apparently out of the bowl picture head-
then Mississippi A&M, and was just Ole Miss’ fifth win in      ing into the 1978 game, Patterson instructed his staff to
23 tries. Following the game, Ole Miss fans made a dash        follow the “Egg Bowl” theme throughout the week. The
for the goal posts, while Aggie fans took after them with      result was an award winning special section on Sunday,
cane bottom chairs and fights broke out. The mayhem            which recounted in great detail the Rebels’ stunning 27-
continued until most of the chairs were splintered.            7 victory over the heavily-favored Bulldogs. While the
    After Sigma Iota made its proposal, Mississippi A&M        game is still officially the “Battle of the Golden Egg,” most
approved the suggestion, and Ole Miss, two weeks               members of the of the media now refer to the annual
before the game, officially added its approval. The trophy,    game simply as the “Egg Bowl.”
to be called “The Golden Egg,” would be a regulation-
size gold-plated football mounted on a pedestal. Cost          “EGG BOWL” FACT: After being played on the Saturday
approximately $250 would be shared by both schools.            following Thanksgiving the last two seasons, the “Egg
                                                                                                                               PERSONAL INFORMATION:
    On Thanksgiving Day, 1927, the first “Battle of the        Bowl” will be played the Friday after the holiday this year.
Golden Egg” was waged before a crowd of 14,000 in              From 1998 through 2003, the game was played on                  BIRTHDAY: July 27, 1961
Oxford. The Rebels won 20-12 and the symbol of                 Thanksgiving Night and was televised nationally by              FAMILY: Wife, Kelly; Sons, Tyler, 15, Parker and
supremacy in the series was born.                              ESPN. The two teams split those six meetings on                 Cody, 9 (twins)
                                                               Thanksgiving, with the Rebels winning the last two, 24-12
                                                                                                                               HIGH SCHOOL: South Lafourche High School,
                                                               in 2002 in Oxford and 31-0 in 2003 in Starkville.
                                                                                                                               Galliano, La.
              MEDIA INFORMATION                                SENIOR FAREWELL: This game versus Mississippi
                                                               State will mark the final appearance in a Rebel uniform
                                                                                                                               EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts,
                                                                                                                               Northwestern State, 1984
                                                               for the 17 seniors on this year’s team. The members of
PRACTICES: All Ole Miss practices are closed to the            this year’s senior class are: OL Corey Actis, QB Seth           PLAYING EXPERIENCE: South Lafourche High
media and public, unless announced otherwise. Head             Adams, K Christian Albarracin, DB Nate Banks, OL                School, Galliano, La.; Northwestern (La.) State, defen-
coach Ed Orgeron will be available to media after each         Marcus Cohen, DL Viciente DeLoach, OL Thomas                    sive lineman, 1980-83
practice.                                                      Eckers, P Ryan Favret, DL Jeremy Garrett, RB
                                                               BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB Bruce Hall, OL Darryl
OLE MISS ON THE INTERNET: For updated statis-                  Harris, TE Robert Hough, DL Brandon Jenkins, TE
                                                               Robert Lane, QB Brent Schaeffer and WR Josh                     COACHING EXPERIENCE:
tics, rosters, game notes and depth chart on the inter-        Zettergren.                                                     YEAR     TEAM             POSITION         BOWL
net, go to the official Ole Miss athletics website at
OleMissSports.com.                                                                                                             2007    Ole Miss         Head Coach             —
                                                               HOMEGROWN TALENT: The Ole Miss roster features
                                                               37 players from the Magnolia state. Those Mississippi           2006    Ole Miss         Head Coach/            —
CREDENTIAL REQUESTS: Working space in Ole                      natives in the Red and Blue include WR Chris Adams                                   Defensive Coordinator
Miss’ Vaught-Hemingway Stadium press box will be               (Oxford), QB Seth Adams (Holly Springs), K-DB                   2005    Ole Miss         Head Coach/            —
allotted on the following basis: (1) Daily newspapers          Christian Albarracin (Corinth), DB Jamariey
                                                                                                                                                    Defensive Coordinator
                                                               Atterberry (Kosciusko), DB Nate Banks (Liberty), OL
covering for Sunday publication and television stations        Zack Brent (Oxford), OL Will Briscoe (Tupelo), DB               2004      USC           Defensive Line/    Orange
covering for weekend news programs; (2) Sports edi-            Johnny Brown (Charleston), OL Marcus Cohen                                          Recruiting Coordinator
tors of Mississippi daily newspapers; (3) Radio per-           (Clarksdale), WR William Cole (Oxford), RB Derrick              2003      USC           Defensive Line/      Rose
sonnel for an originating broadcast; (4) Official school       Davis (Meridian), DE Viciente DeLoach (Columbus),
                                                                                                                                                   Recruiting Coordinator
daily, one seat only; (5) Television sports directors and      WR Billy Dobbs (Amory), RB Cordera Eason
approved special coverage; (6) Press and TV working            (Meridian), OL Thomas Eckers (West Point), K Martin             2002      USC           Defensive Line/    Orange
photographers. Weekly press representatives, non-              Fisher (Greenwood), DL Jeremy Garrett (Senatobia),                                  Recruiting Coordinator
                                                               OL Darryl Harris (Clarksdale), RB Reggie Hicks                  2001      USC           Defensive Line/ Las Vegas
broadcasting radio representatives and on-line servic-
                                                               (Madison), WR Shay Hodge (Morton), TE Robert
es MAY NOT be accommodated because of space                    Hough (Jackson), DB Jamison Hughes (Oxford), DB                                     Recruiting Coordinator
limitations. We ask that you write early, on company           Terrell Jackson (Puckett), OL John Jerry (Batesville),          2000      USC           Defensive Line          —
letterhead, to acquire working credentials for Ole Miss        DL Peria Jerry (Batesville), TE Jared Jungles                   1999      USC           Defensive Line          —
home games. If time permits, we will mail your pass-           (Brandon), WR Jacarious Lucas (Cleveland), OL Reid              1998      USC           Defensive Line        Sun
es. If not, they will be available at the Vaught-              Neely (Jackson), DB Jamarca Sanford (Batesville), OL
                                                               Brent Smith (Madison), OL Bradley Sowell (Hernando),            1997 Syracuse           Defensive Line      Fiesta
Hemingway Stadium media “Will Call” table next to the
                                                               LB Chris Strong (Batesville), WR Markeith Summers               1996 Syracuse           Defensive Line     Liberty
press box elevators.
                                                               (Olive Branch), DL Marcus Tillman (McCall Creek), TE            1995 Syracuse           Defensive Line       Gator
                                                               David Traxler (Jackson), LB Allen Walker (Olive                 1994 Nicholls State      Linebackers            —
WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCES: Ole Miss head                        Branch) and WR Josh Zettergren (Senatobia).
coach Ed Orgeron will hold a press conference/tele-                                                                            1992      Miami         Defensive Line      Sugar
conference at the IPF team meeting room Mondays                REBTALK MOVES TO TUESDAY: Ole Miss head coach                   1991      Miami         Defensive Line     Orange
starting at 11:30 a.m. (CT). To obtain the phone num-          Ed Orgeron’s weekly call-in radio show, Reb Talk, moves         1990      Miami         Defensive Line      Cotton
ber and passcode for the teleconference, call the              this week from its usual Thursday slot to Tuesday from
                                                                                                                               1989      Miami         Defensive Line      Sugar
Media Relations office. The press conference may               7 to 8 p.m. CT due to the Thanksgiving holiday. The
                                                               show, which is hosted by David Kellum, will also be aired       1988      Miami       Graduate Assistant Orange
also be seen online by premium subscribers to                  from the press box, rather than the Oxford-University           1987 Arkansas         Assistant Strength Liberty
OleMissSports.com. In addition, Orgeron is on the              Club.                                                           1986 Arkansas         Assistant Strength Orange
SEC teleconference each Wednesday at 11:49 a.m.
Contact the conference office for phone number, and                                                                            1985 McNeese State Graduate Assistant           —
replays are available on SECSports.com.                                                                                        1984 Northwestern St. Graduate Assistant        —
                                                                                                                                                         PAGE 4 – REBEL NOTES
                                                                    REBEL NOTEBOOK                                                  behind Dottley’s 1,312 in 1949. Green-Ellis is sixth on the
        GAMEWEEK MEDIA SERVICES                                     • The crowd of 61,118 at the home finale against LSU
                                                                    was the fourth-largest in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
                                                                                                                                    career list with 2,020 yards.

                                                                    history.                                                        ONE-MAN SHOW: Senior QB Brent Schaeffer put on a
The following schedule applies to this year’s final gameweek:       • Ole Miss is 0-7 in SEC play for the first time in program     total offensive display against the top-ranked Tigers
                                                                    history .. The Rebels have gone winless in conference           Saturday and turned in a career performance. Despite
                        SATURDAYS                                   play five times, most recently in 1982 when the team            playing only three quarters, Schaeffer came off the
•   Game statistics and play-by-play for all HOME games will        played only six league games and finished the league            bench to rush for 94 yards and throw for 208 — both
    be available on the Ole Miss athletics web site                 slate 0-6.                                                      career highs. He completed 13-of-28 passes with two
    (www.OleMissSports.com) approximately two hours                 • The Rebel football program is three wins short of 600 ...     interceptions and a 33-yard TD toss to Shay Hodge,
    after the conclusion of the game.                               Ole Miss boasts an all-time record of 597-459-35 (.566          making consecutive games for the duo to hook up for a
•   The Ole Miss Athletics Department, in conjunction with          winning percentage).                                            score. As part of some fourth-quarter heroics, Schaeffer
    Ole Miss Sports Productions, will offer a satellite feed of     • This is the 113th football season at The University of        tossed the TD and rushed for another for his first scoring
    game highlights and postgame interviews following all           Mississippi dating back to 1893 ... Ole Miss did not field      run since his Rebel debut in the 2006 season opener
    HOME games. Uplink information available at                     teams in 1897 due to an epidemic of yellow fever, and           against Memphis.
    www.OleMissSatFeeds.com.                                        also in 1943 when football was abolished at all
                                                                    Mississippi state-supported institutions by the Board of        2,000 IN SITE: With 1,979 passing yards this season,
                          SUNDAYS                                   Trustees.                                                       senior QB Seth Adams needs just 21 more in the Egg
•   Football interview requests (players and assistant                                                                              Bowl to become the seventh player in school history to
    coaches) for the Monday press conference MUST be                DEBUTS: A total of 25 players have made their Ole Miss          reach the 2,000-yard plateau in a season. The feat has
    made to the Athletics Media Relations Office at 662-            debuts this year, including nine true freshmen in Colby         been reached nine times by a Rebel passer, most recent-
    816-7511 or desnowde@olemiss.edu by 3:00 p.m. (CT).             Arceneaux (DB), Lionel Breaux (DB), Johnny Brown                ly Eli Manning in 2003. This year, Adams has registered
    (Please note that players may have a class scheduled at         (DB), Fon Ingram (DB), Ted Laurent (DL), Lawon Scott            five 200-yard games and the Rebels’ first two 300-yard
    the time of the Monday press conference. The Ole Miss           (DL), Chris Strong (LB), LaDerrick Vaughn (DE) and              outings since 2004.
    Athletics Media Relations Office will help reschedule           Scottie Williams (LB). Other players seeing their first
    interviews for those players who have class.)                   action this fall include Christian Albarracin (Sr., K); Ben     OTHER OFFENSIVE NOTES
                                                                    Benedetto (RFr., DL) Lamar Brumfield (So., LB);                 • Ole Miss' 466 yards of total offense, 265 through the air
                            MONDAYS                                 Derrick Davis (RFr., RB); David Densmore (RFr., DL);            and 201 on the ground were all the most surrendered this
•   Head coach Ed Orgeron will hold a press conference/             Tony Fein (Jr., LB); George Helow (RFr., DB), Reggie            year by LSU, who came in leading the nation in total
    teleconference at the IPF team meeting room starting at         Hicks (RFr., RB); Kentrell Lockett (RFr., DL);                  defense … The Rebels outgained the Tigers in total
    1:30 p.m. (CT). To obtain the phone number and pass-            Jacarious Lucas (Jr., WR), Ashlee Palmer (Jr., LB);             offense, 466 to 396.
    code for the teleconference, call the Ole Miss Athletics        Jamie Phillips (So., LB); Justin Sparks (So., P);               • Sophomore WR Shay Hodge hauled in four passes for
    Media Relations office. To listen to a recording, call 1-800-   Markeith Summers (RFr., DB); Allen Walker (RFr., LB)            90 yards with his fifth TD of the year against LSU ... He
    793-6775 or 212-812-4494, press #1 and enter code               and Josh Zettergren (Sr., WR).                                  has hauled in scoring tosses from Brent Schaeffer in con-
    01775 80529.                                                                                                                    secutive games ... Hodge tops Ole Miss in receptions
•   Assistant coaches will be available for one-on-one              CAPTAINS: Serving as team captains for the LSU were             with 41.
    interviews from 2-2:30 p.m. (CT), and player interviews         BenJarvus Green-Ellis (Sr., RB), Robert Lane (Sr., TE)          • Starting for the second straight game on Saturday,
    will follow 2-2:45 p.m.                                         and Jamarca Sanford (Jr., DB).                                  sophomore WR Dexter McCluster topped the team in
•   The Ole Miss Athletic Department, in conjunction with Ole                                                                       receptions with five for 73 yards ... He has caught at least
    Miss Sports Productions, will offer a satellite feed of         1,000 AGAIN: With 53 yards against LSU, senior RB               two passes in each game since his return seven games
    interviews of Coach Orgeron, players and game footage.          BenJarvus Green-Ellis has topped the 1,000-yard rush-           ago.
•   A complete transcript of Coach Orgeron’s press                  ing mark for the second straight season with 1,020 yards.       • Junior Mike Wallace had his streak of 21 straight
    conference will be available on the official Ole Miss           He is only the second player in school history to reach         games with a catch come to an end Saturday ... Despite
    athletics web site. The Ole Miss Athletics Media Relations      the 1,000-yard single-season mark twice in his career,          no receptions against the Tigers, Wallace still ranks
    Office will also file a game preview story. The game            joining Kayo Dottley (1949 and 1950). Green-Ellis is on         eighth in the SEC in receiving yards per game at 64.3,
    preview and transcript will be available on the Ole Miss        pace to finish the year with 1,113 yards, which would be        and he leads the league in yards per catch at 19.1.
    web site by 7:00 p.m. (CT).                                     the second-highest single-season total in school history        • Senior QB Seth Adams posted season lows in com-
•   Coach Orgeron will be available for interview following
    practice.
                                                                                                   OLE MISS COACHES GAMEDAY POSITIONS
                        TUESDAYS
•   Coach Orgeron will be available for interviews following                                      On The Field ...                                        In The Press Box ...
    practice.

                       WEDNESDAYS
•   Coach Orgeron will take part in the SEC's weekly
    teleconference from 10:49-10:56 a.m. (CT) on
    Wednesday morning. To participate in the conference,
    call the Ole Miss Athletics Media Relations Office.
•   Coach Orgeron will be available to do taped interviews for
    radio stations from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Stations should           Ed Orgeron          Hugh Freeze           Art Kehoe          Ryan Nielson         David Corrao          Tony Hughes
    contact the Ole Miss Athletics Media Relations Office to            Head Coach         Wide Receivers        Offensive Line      Defensive Line        Linebackers           Tight Ends
    schedule an assigned time. Interviews will be granted
    on a first-come, first-serve basis.
•   Coach Orgeron will be available for interviews following
    practice.




                                                                                 Chris Rippon        John Thompson          Frank Wilson                              Dan Werner
                                                                                Specials Teams/      Defensive Coord./      Running Backs                           Offensive Coord./
                                                                                Defensive Backs      Defensive Backs                                                 Quarterbacks
                                                                                                                                                          PAGE 5 – REBEL NOTES
pletions and passing yards in the LSU game, finishing 4-          PAT of his career in the season opener at Memphis,                Mouzon recovered and returned it 55 yards for the TD. In
of-11 for 57 yards with an interception.                          Shene has converted 21 consecutive attempts and is 42-            addition, the Rebels scored on special teams in the
• Senior RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis has posted four                 of-43 in his career. He has connected on 11-of-16 FGs             opener at Memphis, blocking a punt for a TD for the first
100-yard games this season and eight in his career ...            this year and leads the team in scoring with 55 points.           time since 1995. Junior DB Jamarca Sanford got his
Green-Ellis ranks fourth in the SEC rushing at 92.7 yards                                                                           first career block, and sophomore DB Kendrick Lewis
per game.                                                         SPECIALTY NOTES                                                   recovered it in the end zone for his first TD. The Rebels
• The Ole Miss offense posted its second-most yards of            • Ole Miss had a return for a TD for the second consecu-          have blocked eight kicks in Ed Orgeron’s three years as
the season against Alabama with 420.                              tive game … After Mike Wallace took a kickoff back 77             Ole Miss coach.
• The Rebels' 534 total yards against Missouri was the            yards for a score against Northwestern State, Marshay
most in the Ed Orgeron era, and the most since 567 total          Green returned a punt 44 yards for a TD in the LSU                MORE MOUZON: Junior DB Dustin Mouzon has not
yards against Wyoming in 2004 ... It also marked the first        game … It marked Green's second career punt return for            taken an offensive snap this year but has two TDs.
time since the 2004 Wyoming game that Ole Miss has                score (Mississippi State, 2006).                                  Against Louisiana Tech, Mouzon scored on special
had a 100-yard rusher (BenJarvus Green-Ellis, 226)                • With Trindon Holliday's 98-yard return in the first quar-       teams when he recovered a blocked field goal and jetted
and 100-yard receiver (Mike Wallace, 136).                        ter, Ole Miss allowed a kickoff return for a TD for the first     55 yards for the touchdown. In the opener against
                                                                  time since last year's Arkansas game (Felix Jones, 100            Memphis, he reached pay dirt on defense, returning an
BACK IN THE BACKFIELD: After missing two games,                   yards).                                                           interception 99 yards for a TD. It tied the third-longest
sophomore DL Greg Hardy picked up where he left off                                                                                 interception return in school history and was the longest
Saturday, terrorizing the backfield. Hardy notched two            BLOCK PARTY: Ole Miss has blocked three kicks this                by a Rebel since Louis Guy's 103-yard return in 1962.
sacks against LSU, giving him three games this year with          year — two punts and one field goal. Against Alabama,             Mouzon finished the Memphis game with two picks, six
multiple QB sacks, 10.0 total sacks and 18.0 tackles for          junior DB Dustin Mouzon broke free for the first punt             solo stops and a fumble recovery in earning SEC
loss. Hardy tops the SEC and ranks third in the NCAA in           block of his career in the third quarter. The ball bounced        Defensive Player of the Week honors. He became the
both sacks (1.11 pg) and TFLs (2.00 pg) and is also the           out of bounds at the Alabama eight yardline to set up a           first Rebel with two interceptions in the same game since
conference leader in forced fumbles (0.33 pg).                    Rebel TD. Mouzon was also active on special teams                 Von Hutchins against Arkansas State in 2002, and
                                                                  against Louisiana Tech. Under three minutes left in the           Mouzon is first to earn weekly honors by the league since
PERIA ON THE PROWL: Junior DL Peria Jerry has                     game, senior DL Brandon Jenkins registered his first              LB Rory Johnson following last year’s Vanderbilt game.
been a force of late, totaling 10.0 TFLs and 39 total tack-       career block on a Bulldog 37-yard FG attempt, and
les in the last seven games. Facing top-ranked LSU,
Jerry equaled his career highs of eight tackles and six
solos, including one TFL and a pass break-up. He is fifth                                               2007 PRESEASON HONORS
in the SEC in TFLs with 13.5.
                                                                  COREY ACTIS - CENTER                                             MICHAEL OHER - OFFENSIVE LINEMAN
OTHER DEFENSIVE NOTES
                                                                  • Rimington Trophy Watch List                                    • Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List
• Junior DB Jamarca Sanford led the unit Saturday with
10 total tackles … Sanford has 34 stops in the last three                                                                          • Outland Trophy Watch List
games and has reached double-digit stops in five games.           BENJARVUS GREEN-ELLIS - RUNNING BACK                             • First Team All-America
• Sophomore DB Cassius Vaughn was credited with a                 • Maxwell Award Watch List                                         (Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s)
career-best seven solo stops against LSU.                         • Doak Walker Award Watch List                                   • Third Team All-America
• The Rebel defense recorded its first shutout under Ed           • Honorable Mention All-America                                    (nationalchamps.net)
Orgeron against Louisiana Tech and first since the 2003             (nationalchamps.net)                                           • No. 3 offensive tackle in the nation
regular-season finale at Mississippi State (31-0).                • No. 13 running back in nation                                    (Lindy’s)
• In the win over Memphis, the Rebels intercepted four
passes for the first time since the 2004 Wyoming game               (Phil Steele’s College Football Preview)                       • SEC’s best run blocker
... Ole Miss totaled three interceptions the entire 2006          • First Team All-SEC                                               (Lindy’s)
season.                                                             (Birmingham News, Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s                         • First Team All-SEC
                                                                     SEC coaches)                                                    (Athlon, Blue Ribbon, Birmingham News,
POINTS FROM EVERYWHERE: The Rebels have had                       • Second Team All-SEC                                               Lindy’s, SEC coaches, SEC media days,
five TDs this year that were not scored on offense — a              (Athlon, SEC media days)                                          Sporting News)
punt return against LSU (Marshay Green), a kickoff
return against Northwestern State (Mike Wallace), a
                                                                  MARSHAY GREEN - PUNT RETURNER                                    JAMARCA SANFORD - DEFENSIVE BACK
blocked field goal return against Louisiana Tech (Dustin
Mouzon), and an interception return (Mouzon) and                  • Third Team All-SEC                                             • Third Team All-SEC
blocked punt recovery (Kendrick Lewis) against                      (Athlon)                                                         (Athlon, SEC coaches)
Memphis.
                                                                                                                                   MARCUS TILLMAN - DEFENSIVE LINEMAN
STREAKING SHENE: Sophomore K Joshua Shene                                                                                          • Second Team All-SEC
has been perfect the last three games, nailing all three                                                                             (Birmingham News)
field goals and eight extra points. After missing the lone


                                                                         CAREER STARTS BY POSITION
                                                                                         —OFFENSE—
 SE             LT              LG             C              RG                RT                TE             FL               QB               RB                 FB            WR
 Wallace (30)   Oher (22)       Neely (10)     Actis (20)     J. Jerry (19)     Miller (16)       Lane (13)      McCluster (6)    Schaeffer (11)   Green-Ellis (21)   Cook (18)     Breaux (1)
 Hicks (2)      Harris (1)      Eckers (3)     Harris (9)     Oher (10)         Harris (4)        Hough (5)      Green (5)        Adams (10)                          Lane (2)      Green (1)
 Summers (1)                    Traxler (2)    Eckers (4)     Eckers (3)                                         Hodge (3)        Hall (1)                            H-B           Hodge (1)
                                                              Traxler (1)                                        Hicks (2)        Lane (1)                            Lane (4)      Schaeffer (1)
                                                                                                                 Summers (2)                                          Hough (1)
                                                                                         —DEFENSE—
 LE             DT              NT             RE             WLB               MLB               SLB            LCB              SS               FS                 RCB           NB
 Hardy (10)     P. Jerry (12)   Jenkins (12)   Bowers (7)     Phillips (7)      Fein (4)          Palmer (9)     Banks (13)       Sanford (25)     Lewis (6)          Banks (5)     Jackson (1)
 Tillman (9)    Tillman (6)     Garrett (8)    Tillman (5)    Cornell (3)       Strong (3)        Sanford (4)    Mouzon (11)      Brown (1)        Brown (4)          C. Vaughn (3)
 Jenkins (3)    Garrett (2)     P. Jerry (2)   DeLoach (4)    Brumfield (1)     Thomas (3)        Thomas (1)                      Lewis (1)                           Jackson (2)
 P. Jerry (2)                                  Hardy (4)
 DeLoach (1)                                   Lockett (2)
                                               Turner (2)
                                                                                                                                                PAGE 6 – REBEL NOTES
                                                           SCHEDULE NOTES                                                  MIDSEASON HONORS: Junior OL Michael Oher was
                   THE O SHOW                              • Ole Miss has faced four top-25 foes ... The Rebels lost
                                                           to No. 3 Florida 30-24 in Oxford, No. 15 Georgia 45-17 in
                                                                                                                           named a Mid-Season All-America first teamer by The
                                                                                                                           Sporting News and a fourth teamer by Phil Steele, who
                                                           Athens, No. 23 Auburn 17-3 on the Plains and No. 1 LSU          also listed Oher on his All-SEC first team. Senior RB
The "Ole Miss Football with Coach Ed Orgeron"              41-24 in Oxford.                                                BenJarvus Green-Ellis and sophomore DL Greg Hardy
show will be on the following TV outlets:                  • Ole Miss has matched up with seven teams that went to         made Phil Steele’s All-SEC second team, while junior
                                                           bowl games last year, including BSC national Champion           WR Mike Wallace and junior LB Ashlee Palmer were
• SportSouth: Sunday, 4:30 p.m.                            Florida. In addition, the Rebels encounter Missouri (Sun),      honored on the third team.
• ECBI-TV, My Mississippi Network (Digital in              Georgia (Peach), Alabama (Independence), Arkansas
    Columbus/Tupelo DMA): Sunday, 5:30 p.m.                (Capitol One), Auburn (Cotton) and LSU (Sugar).                 REBELS ON PRESEASON WATCH LISTS: Three
• WHCQ-TV, Cleveland; WPRQ-TV, Clarksdale;                 • For the second straight year, Ole Miss played seven           Rebels were named to preseason watch lists for some of
                                                           home games, hosting Missouri (Sept. 8), Florida (Sept.          college football’s most prestigious awards. Junior Michael
    WEBU-TV, Webb/Charleston: Sunday, 10:30                22), Louisiana Tech (Oct. 6), Alabama (Oct. 13),                Oher was listed as an early candidate for both the Rotary
    p.m. & Monday, 10:30 p.m.                              Arkansas (Oct. 20), Northwestern State (Nov. 3) and             Lombardi Award and the Outland Trophy. The Lombardi
• WCBI-TV, Columbus: Sunday, 11:30 p.m.                    LSU (Nov. 17).                                                  Award recognizes the nation’s top lineman, while the
                                                                                                                           Outland Trophy honors the best interior lineman. Senior
• CSS (Comcast): Monday, 2:30 p.m.
                                                           2008 SCHEDULE, TEXAS SERIES ANNOUNCED:                          BenJarvus Green-Ellis was named to the Watch List for
• CST (Cox Sports TV): Thursday, 4:30 p.m.                 Athletics Director Pete Boone has announced the addi-           the Maxwell Award, which is presented to the outstanding
                                                           tion of a two-game series between the Rebels and the            collegiate football player in America, as well as the Doak
*The show is available online at OleMissSports.com,
                                                           University of Texas. The first game in the Ole Miss-Texas       Walker Award as the top running back. Senior Corey Actis
archived by Sunday afternoon.
                                                           series is set for Sept. 15, 2012 in Oxford, while the return    was in the field of 54 on the updated Watch List for the
                                                           game to Austin is scheduled for Sept. 14, 2013. The addi-       Dave Rimington Trophy, which is in its eighth year of rec-
                                                           tion of Texas follows an earlier announcement that Ole          ognizing the most outstanding Center in the country.
            OLE MISS FOOTBALL                              Miss had added home-and-home series with Georgia
                                                           Tech (2010 & 2011) and Clemson (2015 & 2016). Boone             CHUCKY MULLINS COURAGE AWARD: DL Jeremy
             RADIO NETWORK                                 also also announced the complete Ole Miss schedule for
                                                           2008. The Rebels will open the season at home on Aug.
                                                                                                                           Garrett has been selected as the 2007 recipient of the
                                                                                                                           Chucky Mullins Courage Award, which goes to a rising
                                                           30 against the University of Memphis. Other home dates          senior defensive player each year. The award, spon-
City                    Station            Frequency       will be with Samford, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Auburn,       sored by Phi Beta Sigma fraternity, honors the late
                                                           Louisiana-Monroe and Mississippi State. Road trips in           Chucky Mullins, who had his Ole Miss career come to an
Amory*                 WAFM-FM                95.3 FM      2008 will be to Wake Forest, Florida, Alabama, Arkansas         end during the 1989 Homecoming game against
Biloxi/Gulfport^       WBUV-FM              104.9 FM       and LSU, with open dates scheduled for Oct. 11 and Nov.         Vanderbilt when he was paralyzed after making a tackle.
Brookhaven*            WBKN-FM                92.1 FM      8. Below is the complete 2008 Rebel slate:                      After returning to his studies at Ole Miss, Mullins passed
                                                             Aug. 30 - Memphis, Oxford                                     away on May 6, 1991. Garrett, who wears No. 54, will
Cleveland*             WDSK-AM               1410 AM         Sept. 6 - Wake Forest, Winston-Salem                          have the honor of wearing a "38" patch on his jersey dur-
Columbia*              WCJU-AM               1450 AM         Sept. 13 - Samford, Oxford                                    ing his senior campaign. Mullins wore No. 38 as a play-
Corinth*               WXRZ-FM                94.3 FM        Sept. 20 - Vanderbilt, Oxford                                 er at Ole Miss.
                                                             Sept. 27 - Florida, Gainesville
Greenville ~           WIQQ-FM              102.3 FM         Oct. 4 - South Carolina, Oxford                               HALL OF FAME REBEL: On Aug. 4, former Rebel Gene
Greenwood*             WYMX-FM                99.1 FM        Oct. 18 - Alabama, Tuscaloosa                                 Hickerson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of
                                                             Oct. 25 - Arkansas, Fayetteville                              Fame in Canton, Ohio. The 6-foot-3, 248 pounder let-
Hattiesburg*           WFMM-FM                97.3 FM        Nov. 1 - Auburn, Oxford                                       tered three years at Ole Miss (1955-57) before anchoring
Hazlehurst*            WDXO-FM                92.9 FM        Nov. 15 - Louisiana-Monroe, Oxford
Jackson*               WFMN-FM                97.3 FM        Nov. 22 - LSU, Baton Rouge
Kosciusko*             WLIN-FM              101.1 FM
                                                             Nov. 28 - Mississippi State, Oxford                                       VIDEO DISTRIBUTION
Lexington, Tenn.       WZLT-FM                99.3 FM      OLE MISS ADDS UAB IN FUTURE SERIES: Ole Miss has
Louisville             WLSM-FM              107.1 FM       announced a two-game upcoming series with UAB. The             In addition to the following Digital KU Band satellite
                                                           Blazers will come to Oxford on Oct. 17, 2009, and the          feeds, Ole Miss uses ClipMail Express by TeleStream
McComb*                WAZA-FM              107.7 FM       Rebels make the return trip to Birmingham on Sept. 8, 2012.    for broadcast quality video distribution via the Internet.
Memphis, Tenn.*        WHBQ-AM                 560 AM      Although the two schools have never faced, Ole Miss has        For a listing of feeds, go to: OleMissSatFeeds.com.
                                                           played eight games at UAB’s home of Legion Field against
Meridian               WZKR-FM              103.3 FM                                                                      For more information, contact Ole Miss Sports
                                                           the Alabama Crimson Tide, with the last coming in 1977.
Natchez*               WKSO-FM                97.3 FM                                                                     Productions at 662-915-5925.
Oxford#                WQLJ-FM                93.7 FM      COOK HONORED FOR COMMUNITY WORK: Ole Miss
                                                           junior FB Jason Cook was recently selected to the 2007                   WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE
Pascagolua*            WPMP-AM               1580 AM       American Football Coaches Association Good Works               The satellite coordinates for Monday’s feed are: IA 6
Philadelphia*          WHOC-AM               1490 AM       Team, and last week, he was distinguished as the SEC           C-band Analog Transponder 18; Downlink Frequency
Prentiss*              WJDR-FM                98.3 FM      Community Service Team Player of the Week. An English          4060 Mhz; Downlink Polarity: Horizontal; Audio 6.2
                                                           major from Suwanee, Ga., Cook has been a vital part of         and 6.8; TIME: 4-4:15 p.m. CT.
Starkville*            WQJB-FM              104.5 FM       the "Reading with the Rebels" program at local city, coun-
Tupelo*                WTUP-AM               1490 AM       ty and private schools. He has participated in the Oxford
                                                           Pantry Food Drive, helped collect toys for "Toys for Tots,"                          THE O SHOW
Vicksburg*             WVBG-AM               1420 AM                                                                      A satellite feed for The O Show ... Ole Miss Football
                                                           which was sponsored by the Marine ROTC at Ole Miss
Waynesboro             WABO-FM              105.5 FM       and other community service activities.                        with Coach Ed Orgeron will be available Sundays
West Point*            WROB-AM               1450 AM                                                                      during the regular season. Satellite coordinates are:
                                                           GRADUATING REBELS: Five student-athletes on the                1545 to 1600 CDT (Test Period); 1600 to 1630 CDT
Yazoo City*            WBYP-FM              107.1 FM       Ole Miss football team have already received their under-      (Program Distribution); AMC 1 C-band Analog
                                                           graduate degrees. K Christian Albarracin has earned
* Carries RebTalk live
                                                           his B.A. in accountancy, while OL Marcus Cohen has his
                                                                                                                          (Located 103 Degrees WL); Transponder 17;
^ Carries RebTalk on tape-delayed on Thursdays, 8-9 p.m.                                                                  Downlink Frequency 4040 Mhz; Downlink Polarity:
                                                           B.A. in African American studies. Both OL Thomas
~ Carries RebTalk on WNIX-AM 1330                                                                                         Horizontal; Audio 6.2 and 6.8
                                                           Eckers and DL Jeremy Garrett have completed their
# Carries RebTalk on WTNM-FM 105.5
                                                           B.B.A in management, and TE Robert Hough has his
Broadcasts can be heard online at OleMissSports.com.
                                                           B.S in criminal justice.                                             Technical Assist Number: 917-747-3554
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the Cleveland Browns' offensive line for 15 seasons.           GAME #2:           MISSOURI 38                                  interception.
Drafted in the sixth round in 1957, Hickerson was named                           OLE MISS 25                                  • Junior DB Dustin Mouzon recorded career highs of 11
an All-Pro five straight years (1966-70) and was voted to      • After falling behind 35-7 in the third quarter, Ole Miss      total tackles and 10 solos ... He also notched his second
the Pro Bowl six consecutive seasons (1966-71). During         outscored Mizzou 18-3 over the final 28:48.                     sack of the year and first forced fumble.
his time in Cleveland, the Browns never had a losing           • The Rebels' 534 total yards against Missouri was the          • Junior DB Jamarca Sanford notched a career-high 10
record. Hickerson's son, Bob, accepted on behalf of his        most in the Ed Orgeron era, and the most since 567 total        solo tackles and equaled his career best of 13 total stops
father, before Gene was brought onto the stage in a            yards against Wyoming in 2004 ... Ole Miss and Mizzou           the previous game.
wheelchair guided by former teammates Jim Brown,               combined for 1,093 total yards, the most since the 2003         • The Rebels were successful on their first fake punt
Leroy Kelly and Bobby Mitchell — all running backs he          Texas Tech game, when the two teams totaled 1,291               attempt of the year in the fourth quarter when Jamarca
helped get into the hall.                                      yards.                                                          Sanford rushed five yards for a first down ... Sanford
                                                               • The Missouri game marked the first time since the 2004        also rushed three yards for a first down off a fake punt in
    —2007 SEASON GAME-BY-GAME NOTES—                           Wyoming game that Ole Miss has had a 100-yard rusher            last year’s LSU game.
                                                               (BenJarvus Green-Ellis, 226) and 100-yard receiver
GAME #1:            OLE MISS 23                                (Mike Wallace, 136) ... In that game Vashon Pearson             GAME #4:             #3 FLORIDA 30
                    MEMPHIS 21                                 had 133 yards rushing and Mario Hill had 142 yards                                   OLE MISS 24
• Of Ole Miss' three TDs, one was on offense, one on           receiving.                                                      • Ole Miss scored 14 points in the final 2:47 of the third
defense and one on special teams.                              • Junior WR Mike Wallace had 136 receiving yards on 7           quarter to trail by only three heading into the fourth quar-
• The Rebels' 20-0 halftime lead was their largest since a     receptions with a TD ... The 136 receiving yards were the       ter, when the Gators added another FG.
24-0 edge on Mississippi State in 2003 … Ole Miss was          most by a Rebel since Mario Hill had 187 against                • Senior QB Seth Adams notched his second 300-yard
1-3 when leading at halftime a season ago.                     Memphis in 2005.                                                passing performance of the season and career, finishing
• Making his first career start, senior QB Seth Adams          • Wallace’s 68-yard TD catch was the longest reception          18-of-31 for 302 yards with two TDs and one interception.
turned in the Rebels' first 200-yard passing performance       of his career, and marked his third career TD ... It marked     • Sophomore WR Shay Hodge led the team with career
since 2005, finishing 19-of-30 for 201 yards with one TD       the longest pass since a 77-yard touchdown throw from           highs of seven receptions and 81 yards with his second
and no interceptions.                                          Eli Manning to Chris Collins in the 2002 Mississippi State      TD of the season on a 19-yarder with 2:47 left in the third
• Junior DB Dustin Mouzon intercepted two passes and           game.                                                           quarter.
returned the second 99 yards for his first career TD ... He    • Junior DB Jamarca Sanford led the team with career            • Junior WR Mike Wallace hauled in a career-long 77-
also collected a career-high six solo stops and recovered      highs of 13 tackles and eight solo stops ... It was his third   yard pass for a TD to narrow the gap to three with seven
a fumble against the Tigers.                                   career game with double-digit tackles.                          ticks left in the third ... The reception was the longest by
• Sophomore Greg Hardy caught his second career                                                                                a Rebel since a 77-yard touchdown throw from Eli
pass, and like the first, it was for a touchdown ... As a      GAME #3:          VANDERBILT 31                                 Manning to Chris Collins in the 2002 Mississippi State
defensive end, Hardy had career bests of 11 total tackles                        OLE MISS 17                                   game.
and eight solos.                                               • Junior WR Mike Wallace bested his career highs from           • The Rebel defense held the nation's No. 2 scoring
• Ole Miss blocked a punt for a TD for the first time since    the previous game with 139 receiving yards and two TDs,         offense to 26 points below its season average.
1995 … Sophomore DB Kendrick Lewis scored the first            off four catches ... He was the first Rebel receiver with       • Sophomore K Joshua Shene tied his career high for
TD of his career … Junior DB Jamarca Sanford blocked           consecutive 100-yard receiving games since Mario Hill in        field goals in a game, connecting on 3-of-4 from 40, 32
a punt for the first time in his career.                       the first two games of 2005.                                    and 22 yards.
• Sophomore WR Marshay Green posted career highs               • Senior QB Brent Schaeffer saw his first action of the
of five catches for 59 yards.                                  year and completed his first pass attempt for a 54-yard         GAME #5:          #15 GEORGIA 45
• Ole Miss had 14 players make their Rebel debuts at           TD to Mike Wallace that narrowed the gap to 24-17 in                              OLE MISS 17
Memphis, including five true freshmen.                         the fourth quarter ... Schaeffer finished 1-for-5.              • Tied at 17-17 with 3:30 left in the third quarter, Georgia
                                                               • Before leaving with injury in the fourth, senior QB Seth      finished the game with 28 unanswered points.
                                                               Adams finished 10-for-17 for 154 yards, one TD and one          • Junior WR Mike Wallace caught a TD pass for the

                                                                   2007 REBEL STARTING LINEUPS
Offense            SE             LT             LG           C             RG              RT             TE              FL            QB              RB              FB
Memphis            Wallace        Oher           Neely        Actis         J. Jerry        Miller         Lane            Hough (HB)    Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Missouri           Wallace        Oher           Neely        Actis         J. Jerry        Miller         Lane            Green         Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Vanderbilt         Wallace        Oher           Neely        Actis         J. Jerry        Miller         Lane            Hodge         Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Florida            Hicks          Oher           Neely        Actis         J. Jerry        Miller         Lane            Summers       Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Georgia            Wallace        Oher           Neely        Eckers        J. Jerry        Miller         Lane            Green         Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Louisiana Tech     Summers        Oher           Neely        Eckers        J. Jerry        Miller         Lane            Green         Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Alabama            Wallace        Oher           Neely        Actis         Eckers          Miller         Hodge (WR)      Green         Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Arkansas           Wallace        Oher           Neely        Actis         Eckers          Miller         Lane            Green         Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Auburn             Hicks          Oher           Neely        Actis         J. Jerry        Harris         Lane            Summers       Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook
Northwestern St    Wallace        Oher           Neely        Actis         Eckers          Miller         Lane            McCluster     Adams           Green-Ellis     Breaux (WR)
LSU                Wallace        Oher           Neely        Actis         J. Jerry        Miller         Lane            McCluster     Adams           Green-Ellis     Cook

Defense            LE             DT             NT           RE            WLB             MLB            SLB             LCB           SS              FS              RCB
Memphis            Tillman        P. Jerry       Garrett      Hardy         Cornell         Strong         Palmer          Mouzon        Sanford         Lewis           Jackson
Missouri           Tillman        P. Jerry       Garrett      Hardy         Cornell         Fein           Palmer          Mouzon        Sanford         Lewis           Jackson
Vanderbilt         Tillman        P. Jerry       Garrett      Hardy         Brumfield       Fein           Palmer          Mouzon        Sanford         Lewis           Vaughn
Florida            Tillman        P. Jerry       Garrett      Turner        Phillips        Strong         Palmer          Mouzon        Sanford         Lewis           Vaughn
Georgia            Tillman        P. Jerry       Jenkins      Turner        Phillips        Strong         Palmer          Banks         Sanford         Lewis           Vaughn
Louisiana Tech     Tillman        P. Jerry       Jenkins      Lockett       Phillips        Thomas         Palmer          Mouzon        Sanford         Brown           Banks
Alabama            Tillman        P. Jerry       Garrett      Lockett       Phillips        Thomas         Palmer          Mouzon        Lewis           Brown           Banks
Arkansas           Tillman        P. Jerry       Jenkins      Hardy         Phillips        Thomas         Palmer          Mouzon        Brown           Lewis           Banks
Auburn             Tillman        P. Jerry       Jenkins      DeLoach       Phillips        Fein           Palmer          Mouzon        Sanford         Brown           Banks
Northwestern St    Tillman        P. Jerry       Jenkins      DeLoach       Phillips        Fein           Thomas          Mouzon        Sanford         Brown           Banks
LSU                Tillman        P. Jerry       Jenkins      DeLoach       Phillips        Fein           Thomas          Mouzon        Sanford         Brown           Banks
                                                                                                                                                PAGE 8 – REBEL NOTES
fourth straight game with his 45-yard reception in the first   first Rebel with four interceptions since 2004.
quarter to put Ole Miss ahead 7-0.                             • Junior WR Mike Wallace hauled in his team-high sixth                       2007 HONORS
• Senior QB Seth Adams completed 24-of-35 passes for           TD pass of the year and second from Brent Schaeffer
228 yards with one TD and one interception ... Adams           with the 37-yard grab in the fourth quarter … Wallace led        THE SPORTING NEWS MID-SEASON AWARDS
rushed twice for six yards with no sack but did fumble on      the team with four catches for 57 yards.                           All-America First Team: Michael Oher, OT
the one yard line with the Rebels threatening to go up 14-     • Senior QB Brent Schaeffer saw his second action of
0 in the first quarter.                                        the season in the second half … Schaeffer finished 5-of-            PHIL STEELE’S MID-SEASON AWARDS
• Senior RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis registered his sec-          13 for 103 yards and a TD.                                        All-America Fourth Team: Michael Oher, OT
ond 100-yard rushing game and sixth of his career, fin-        • Senior RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 84 yards
                                                                                                                                     All-SEC First Team: Michael Oher, OT
ishing with 108 yards on 22 carries with a TD.                 on 15 carries.
• Junior DL Peria Jerry established career highs in total      • Junior LB Tony Fein registered a team-high 13 total                        All-SEC Second Team
tackles with eight, solos with six and TFLs with 2.5.          tackles.                                                                    BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB
                                                               • Freshman DB Johnny Brown notched the first inter-                              Greg Hardy, DL
GAME #6:           OLE MISS 24                                 ception of his career with his second-quarter pick and 35-                    All-SEC Third Team
                   LOUISIANA TECH 0                            yard return … Brown equaled his career high of seven                           Mike Wallace, WR
• Ole Miss' 24-point winning margin marked the largest         total stops.                                                                   Ashlee Palmer, LB
under head coach Ed Orgeron.
• The Rebel defense recorded its first shutout under           GAME #9:           #23 AUBURN 17                                    AFCA GOOD WORKS TEAM: Jason Cook
Orgeron and first since the 2003 regular-season finale at                         OLE MISS 3
Mississippi State (31-0).                                      • Down 10-3 with 7:03 left, Ole Miss drove from its own          SEC COMMUNITY SERVICE TEAM: Jason Cook
• Senior QB Seth Adams completed 16-of-32 passes for           one yardline to the Auburn 20, where its potential game-
167 yards with two TDs and three interceptions.                tying drive ended with a Brent Shaeffer interception in
• In his second game back, sophomore WR Dexter                 the end zone ... Schaeffer saw second-half action for the           TED HENDRICKS AWARD MID-SEASON
McCluster posted three catches for 48 yards, including a       second straight game and finished 3-of-4 for 34 yards                     WATCH LIST: Greg Hardy
28-yard TD grab in the first quarter.                          and an interception.
• Sophomore WR Shay Hodge hauled in his third TD of            • Sophomore K Joshua Shene booted a 51-yard FG in                         SEC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
the year on a 17-yarder in the third stanza.                   the final seconds of the first half, which was one yard             9/3: Dustin Mouzon, Defense (Memphis)
• Junior DB Dustin Mouzon recovered a blocked field            short of his career long.                                       9/15: Greg Hardy, Defensive Lineman (Alabama)
goal by Brandon Jenkins and returned it 55 yards for a         • Senior RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 62 yards
TD with 2:08 remaining in the game.                            on 13 carries.                                                           REBEL QUARTERBACK CLUB
• Junior LB Ashlee Palmer led the team with career-            • Senior QB Seth Adams completed 11-of-24 passes for                       PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
highs of 15 total tackles and 11 solos … Both marked the       89 yards with no interceptions before leaving in the fourth
                                                                                                                                            vs. Memphis (9/1)
most by a Rebel this season.                                   quarter after a hard hit.
• Sophomore DL Greg Hardy notched four TFLs and two            • Junior WR Mike Wallace topped the team with five
                                                                                                                                           Offense: Seth Adams
sacks.                                                         catches for 39 yards.                                                      Defense: Dustin Mouzon
                                                               • For the second straight, junior LB Tony Fein led the                   Special Team: Justin Sparks
GAME #7:            ALABAMA 27                                 team and established a career high in tackles, totaling          Trench Award: Greg Hardy and Ashlee Palmer
                    OLE MISS 24                                16, which was the most by a Rebel this year ... It marked
• Sophomore WR Dexter McCluster hauled in a first-             Fein’s second straight double-digit tackle performance                        vs. Missouri (9/8)
quarter TD pass for the second straight game to put Ole        and third of his debut season in the Red and Blue.                      Offense: BenJarvus Green-Ellis
Miss on the board first … He finished with a team-high                                                                                  Special Team: Justin Sparks
and career-high seven catches for 75 yards.                    GAME #10:           OLE MISS 38
• Senior RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 131                                   NORTHWESTERN STATE 31                                    vs. Vanderbilt (9/15)
yards on 20 carries in recording his third 100-yard game       • Senior RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis scored two first-
                                                                                                                                           Offense: Mike Wallace
of the year and seventh of his career … His 57-yard third-     quarter touchdowns and finished with his the first career
quarter run was the longest of his career.                     three-TD game … His first score was a 41-yard trot that                    Defense: Marcus Tillman
• Senior QB Seth Adams completed 22-of-40 passes for           was his second-longest run of the year ... The second put                Special Team: Justin Sparks
284 yards with two TDs and three interceptions … He            the Rebels ahead 17-0 after the first stanza.                      Trench Award: Corey Actis and Peria Jerry
also notched his first career rushing TD with a three-yard     • Green-Ellis rushed for 120 yards on 15 carries … It
scoring run in the third quarter to tie the game at 17-17.     marked the fourth 100-yard game of the season and                             vs. Florida (9/22)
• Junior DB Dustin Mouzon registered the first punt            eighth of his career.                                                       Offense: Seth Adams
block of his career late in the third quarter to set up a      • Junior Mike Wallace notched his first return for a TD                      Defense: Peria Jerry
touchdown.                                                     with his 77-yard kickoff return in the third quarter … It                Special Team: Joshua Shene
• Junior WR Michael Hicks hauled in his first career TD        marked the first kickoff return for a TD by a Rebel since                Trench Award: Michael Oher
on a 17-yard grab to give the Rebels a 24-17 lead with         Jason Armstead's 93-yard score in the 2001 Murray
2:08 left in the third quarter.                                State game.
• Alabama used a 54-yard punt return and 28-yard inter-        • Sophomore WR Shay Hodge tallied a career-high 88
                                                                                                                                              vs. Georgia (9/29)
ception return to set up 10 points in the final eight min-     receiving yards on four catches with his fourth TD of the                Offense: BenJarvus Green-Ellis
utes.                                                          year, a 10-yarder from Brent Schaeffer in the third quar-                     Defense: Peria Jerry
• Sophomore DL Greg Hardy posted career highs of 13            ter for a 31-14 Rebel lead.                                     Special Team: Marshay Green and Joshua Shene
total tackles, nine solos, five TFLs, three sacks, two         • Junior DL Peria Jerry notched the first interception of                  Trench Award: Peria Jerry
forced fumbles and two QB hurries … Hardy tackled the          his career in the fourth quarter to set up Green-Ellis’ final
Tide holder for a five-yard loss on a fake field goal          TD run … Jerry also posted seven tackles, including six                      vs. Alabama (10/13)
attempt in the closing minutes, setting up Ole Miss’ final     solos and a TFL.                                                            Offense: Shay Hodge
drive ... He was honored as the Lincoln Financial Group        • Senior QB Seth Adams finished 7-of-15 for 113 yards                       Defense: Greg Hardy
Player of the Game.                                            with one interception.                                                  Special Team: Dustin Mouzon
                                                               • In relief, senior QB Brent Schaeffer completed 3-of-13
                                                                                                                                       Trench Award: Thomas Eckers
GAME #8:          ARKANSAS 44                                  passes for 64 yards with a 10-yard TD to Shay Hodge.
                  OLE MISS 8                                   • Northwestern State is the alma mater of Ole Miss head
• Ole Miss suffered its worst loss since a 45-7 defeat at      coach Ed Orgeron (1984).                                                    vs. Arkansas (10/20)
Alabama in 2000.                                               • The 38 points is the most scored by the Orgeron.                        Offense: Brent Schaeffer
• Senior QB Seth Adams recorded season lows in com-                                                                                         Defense: Tony Fein
pletions (9) and passing yards (79) … Adams failed to                                                                                  Special Team: Marshay Green
toss a TD pass for the first time this year … He was the                                                                         Trench Award: Michael Oher and Peria Jerry
                                                                                                                                                   PAGE 9 – REBEL NOTES
      LAST GAME: #1/1 LSU 41, OLE MISS 24                                                      LAST MEETING: OLE MISS 20, MISSISSIPPI ST. 17
                 Game #11 • November 17, 2007                                                                   Game #12 • November 25, 2006
 Attendance: 61,118 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.                                  Attendance: 57,658 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.
   OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Behind second-half heroics by Brent Schaeffer, Ole Miss                 OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Marshay Green returned a punt 47 yards for a touch-
outgained No. 1 LSU 466 to 396 yards in total offense but fell short on the scoreboard,        down late in the fourth quarter to give Ole Miss a 20-17 win over Mississippi
41-24, at a packed Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.                                                   State in the Egg Bowl.
   Trindon Holliday returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown, and LSU (10-1, 6-1)
                                                                                                 The game featured little offense, but the Rebels (4-8, 2-6 SEC) managed a
forced two turnovers during goal-line stands. Craig Steltz had rally ending interceptions
late in each half, and Jacob Hester and Charles Scott each rushed for touchdowns               touchdown pass to defensive end Greg Hardy early in the game and held on to
after unsuccessful Ole Miss onside kicks in the fourth quarter to ensure the win. Colt         the victory with the help of two short field goals by Joshua Shene.
David added second-half field goals of 48 and 43 yards as well.                                  Mississippi State kicker Adam Carlson missed a 51-yard field goal that would
   Ole Miss backup Schaeffer added some juice to the offense in relief, hitting several        have tied the game as time expired.
long passes and cutting LSU's lead to 10 with a serpentine 38-yard scoring run mid-              Ole Miss returns the Egg Bowl trophy given to the winner to Oxford for the
way through the fourth.                                                                        fourth time in the last five years.
   Steltz picked off Schaeffer's errant pass on Ole Miss' next drive with 5:05, however.         The Bulldogs (3-9, 1-7) finish with the worst record in the SEC and have not
And Hester punched it in from 2-yards out to secure the win, though Schaeffer would
hit Shay Hodge with a 33-yard touchdown pass with 2:54 left to make it 34-24.
                                                                                               won more than three games in a season since 2000.
   Rebels tailback BenJarvus Green-Ellis earned his second-straight 1,000-yard sea-              Omarr Conner led a late rally to get the Bulldogs to 20-17 on an 8-yard touch-
son, with 53 yards rushing for a total of 1,020 with a game to go.                             down pass to Jason Husband with 2:20 remaining. But Mico McSwain recov-
   Ole Miss (3-8, 0-7) drove 57 yards to the LSU 2 on its second drive. But as Green-          ered Mississippi State's ensuing onside kick attempt to end one threat.
Ellis started to stretch the ball across the goal line on the next play, backup middle line-     Mississippi State controlled the game in the first half as freshman tailback
backer Jacob Cutrera, making the start for injured Darry Beckwith, caused the fumble           Anthony Dixon rushed for 97 of his 125 yards, including a 2-yard dive late in the
at the 1.                                                                                      second quarter that tied it 10-10 at halftime.
   Ole Miss forced LSU to punt after three plays and Marshay Green broke three tack-
                                                                                                 Mississippi State held Ole Miss running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis 1 yard
les on the way to a 44-yard punt return to tie the score at 7.
   LSU answered 14 seconds later when Holliday broke a tackle around the 30 and                short of 1,000 for the season. He finished with 37 yards.
returned the ensuing kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown that put the Tigers back on top            Ole Miss took a lead on its first drive when Brent Schaeffer hit Hardy for a 23-
14-7 with 3:04 left in the first quarter.                                                      yard touchdown. Hardy, a high school tight end who stands 6-foot-4, lined up at
   Ole Miss threatened to tie the game going into halftime after driving to LSU's 4, but       wide receiver and outleaped 5-11 Keith Fitzhugh for the score with 11:02 left in
LSU's Steltz intercepted a pass by Adams in the back of the end zone.                          the first quarter.
   Schaeffer started the second half, and finished with a career-high 208 yards pass-            Ole Miss had little offensive success the rest of the way with 200 total yards.
ing. He also rushed for a career-best 94 yards on eight carries.
                                                                                                 The Rebels now lead the all-time series 59-38-6.
   LSU's 98-yard scoring drive to open the game was its longest of the season, but Ole
Miss held the Tigers to their fourth-lowest offensive output of the season with 396
yards.                                                                                         Mississippi St.        0          10            0            7     —      17
                                                                                               Ole Miss               7           3            3            7     —      20
LSU                    14              0         10           17          —         41
Ole Miss                7              0          3           14          —         24         1st Quarter
                                                                                               11:41     UM         G. Hardy 23-yard pass from B. Schaeffer (J. Shene kick)
1st Quarter                                                                                    2nd Quarter
 7:37     LS          M. Flynn 5-yd run (C. David kick)                                        12:59     MS         A. Carlson 41-yard FG
 3:18     UM          M. Green 44-yd punt return (J. Shene kick)                                8:30     UM         J. Shene 22-yard FG
 3:04     LS          T. Holliday 98-yd kickoff return (C. David kick)                          2:55     MS         A. Dixon 2-yard run (A. Carlson kick)
3rd Quarter                                                                                    3rd Quarter
10:10     LS          K. Williams 10-yd run (C. David kick)                                     2:57     UM         J. Shene 20-yard FG
 6:51     UM          J. Shene 23-yd FG                                                        4th Quarter
 4:23     LS          C. David 48-yd FG                                                         3:29     UM         M. Green 47-yard punt return (J. Shene kick)
4th Quarter                                                                                     2:20     MS         J. Husband 8-yard pass from O. Conner (A. Carlson kick)
11:36     LS          C. David 43-yd FG
 9:11     UM          B. Schaeffer 38-yd run (J. Shene kick)                                   Team Stats           MS         UM            Individual Leaders
 3:44     LS          J. Hester 2-yd run (C. David kick)
 2:54     UM          S. Hodge 33-yd pass from B. Schaeffer (J. Shene kick)                    First Downs          19         10            Rushing
 2:15     LS          C. Scott 29-yd run (C. David kick)                                       Rushes-Yards         35-152     27-58         MS:       A. Dixon, 25-125
                                                                                               Passing Yards        162        142                     J. Williams, 7-24
Team Stats           LS           UM            Individual Leaders                                Att.-Comp.-Int.   34-16-1    23-10-0       UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 17-37
                                                                                               Total Plays-Yards    69-314     50-200                  M. McSwain, 2-15
First Downs          21           25            Rushing                                        Fumbles-Lost         0-0        0-0           Passing
Rushes-Yards         40-228       28-201        UM:       B. Schaeffer, 8-94                   Penalties-Yards      4-25       7-60          MS:       O. Conner, 31-16-1-162
Passing Yards        168          265                     B. Green-Ellis, 12-53                Punts-Average        5-37.6     6-39.7        UM:       B. Schaeffer, 19-9-0-131
   Att.-Comp.-Int.   25-17-0      39-17-3       LS:       C. Scott, 3-66                       Punt Returns         3-38       5-105                   S. Adams, 3-1-0-11
Total Plays-Yards    65-396       67-466                  J. Hester, 13-65                     KO Returns           3-68       3-29          Receiving
Fumbles-Lost         0-0          1-1           Passing                                        Interceptions        0-0        1-0           MS:       E. Butler, 4-49
Penalties-Yards      9-66         8-74          UM:       B. Schaeffer, 28-13-2-208            Possession Time      33:15      26:45                   A. Dixon, 3-22
Punts-Average        4-41.5       4-40.0                  S. Adams, 11-4-1-57                  3rd Down Conv.       5-13       4-13          UM:       M. McSwain, 3-29
Punt Returns         0-0-0        2-49-1        LS:       M. Flynn, 25-17-0-168                4th Down Conv.       0-0        0-1                     S. Hodge, 2-31
KO Returns           4-127-1      7-133-0       Receiving                                      Sacks By-Yards       2-6        1-10
Interceptions        3-42-0       0-0-0         UM:       D. McCluster, 5-73
Possession Time      30:56        29:04                   S. Hodge, 4-90
3rd Down Conv.       4-11         5-10                    M. Green, 3-17
4th Down Conv.       1-1          0-0           LS:       E. Doucet, 8-58
Sacks By-Yards       1-8          3-25                    B. LaFell, 3-19
                                                                                                  PAGE 10 – DEPTH CHART

                                           OLE MISS DEPTH CHART

                      OFFENSE                                                       DEFENSE

SE     2    Mike Wallace (6-0, 180, Jr-2L)                   E       92   Marcus Tillman (6-4, 260, So-1L)
       3    Shay Hodge (6-1 ½, 195, So-1L)                           56   Viciente DeLoach (6-3, 260, Sr-2L)

LT     74   Michael Oher (6-5, 325, Jr-2L)                   DT      98   Peria Jerry (6-2, 310, Jr-2L)
       78   Bradley Sowell (6-6,330, Fr-HS)                          96   Lawon Scott (6-1, 305, Fr-HS)

LG     71   Reid Neely (6-6, 305, So-1L)                     N       90   Brandon Jenkins (6-4, 300, Sr-3L)
       72   Daverin Geralds (6-2, 305, So-1L)                        99   Ted Laurent (6-2, 285, Fr-HS)

C      51   Corey Actis (6-5, 290, Sr-1L)                    E       56   Viciente DeLoach (6-3, 260, Sr-2L)
       60   Thomas Eckers (6-2, 300, Sr-2L)                          86   Greg Hardy (6-5, 255, So-1L)

RG     77   John Jerry (6-5, 340, So-1L)                     SLB     11   Ashlee Palmer (6-2, 222, Jr-JC)
       60   Thomas Eckers (6-2, 300, Sr-2L)                          41   Brandon Thomas (5-11, 245, Jr-1L)

RT     79   Maurice Miller (6-3, 343, Jr-1L)                 MLB     47   Tony Fein (6-2, 245, Jr-JC)
       50   Darryl Harris (6-4, 300, Sr-3L)                          41   Brandon Thomas (5-11, 245, Jr-1L)

TE     15   Robert Lane (6-3, 240, Sr-3L)                    WLB     45   Jamie Phillips (6-0, 200, So-JC)
       85   Robert Hough (6-4, 230, Sr-3L)                           9    Allen Walker (6-1, 205, Fr-RS)

FL     8    Marshay Green (5-10, 170, So-1L)                 LCB     12   Dustin Mouzon (5-11, 175, Jr-2L)
       22   Dexter McCluster (5-9, 165, So-1L)                       37   Jamariey Atterberry (5-11, 170, Fr-HS)

QB     19   Seth Adams (6-4, 225, Sr-1L)                     SS      13   Jamara Sanford (5-10, 200, Jr-2L)
       7    Brent Schaeffer (6-2, 205,Sr-1L)                         5    Terrell Jackson (5-10, 200, Jr-2L)
       14   Michael Herrick (6-1, 185, Fr-RS)
                                                             FS      20   Johnny Brown (6-1, 180, Fr-HS)
RB     6    BenJarvus Green-Ellis (5-11, 225, Sr-1L)                 1    Kendrick Lewis (6-0, 185, So-1L)
       23   Bruce Hall (5-11, 210, Sr-1L)
                                                             RCB     28   Nate Banks (5-11, 180, Sr-3L)
FB     44   Jason Cook (6-0, 240, Jr-2L)                             24   Cassius Vaughn (6-2, 210, So-1L)
       43   Andy Hartmann (5-10, 230, So-1L)




                                                       SPECIALISTS
PK     93   Joshua Shene (5-9, 170, So-1L)                   SNAP    68   Preston Powers (6-0, 240, So-1L)
       34   Justin Sparks (6-2, 170, So-Sq)                          70   Brent Smith (6-4, 280, So-Sq)

P      34   Justin Sparks (6-2, 170, So-Sq)                  KORet   8    Marshay Green (5-10, 170, So-1L)
       36   Rob Park (6-0, 185, Jr-2L)                               2    Mike Wallace (6-0, 180, Jr-2L)
                                                                     24   Cassius Vaughn (5-11, 180, So-1L)
KO     34   Justin Sparks (6-2, 170, So-Sq)
       93   Joshua Shene (5-9, 170, So-1L)                   PRet    8    Marshay Green (5-10, 170, So-1L)
                                                                     24   Cassius Vaughn (5-11, 180, So-1L)
HOLD   36   Rob Park (6-0, 185, Jr-2L)
       17   Billy Tapp (6-4, 230, So-Sq)
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      ALPHABETICAL                                                                           NUMERICAL
No.   Name                  Pos.   No.   Name (Pronunciation)                   Pos.   Ht.    Wt.   Cl-Ex   Hometown/High School/College
51    Corey Actis             C     1    Kendrick Lewis                         DB     6-0    185   SO-1L   New Orleans, La./O. Perry Walker
83    Chris Adams            WR     2    Mike Wallace                           WR     6-0    180   JR-2L   New Orleans, La./O. Perry Walker
19    Seth Adams             QB     3    Shay Hodge                             WR     6-1 ½ 195    SO-1L   Morton, Miss./High
31    Christian Albarracin K-DB     4    Jevan Snead (JEV-in)                   QB     6-3    215   SO-TR   Stephenville, Texas/High; Texas
40    Zane Allcorn           DB     5    Terrell Jackson (tu-RELL)              DB     5-10 200     JR-2L   Puckett, Miss./High
29    Colby Arceneaux        DB     6    BenJarvus Green-Ellis                  RB     5-11 225     SR-1L   New Orleans, La./St. Augustine; Indiana
94    LaMark Armour          DE     7    Brent Schaeffer                        QB     6-2    205   SR-1L   Deerfield Beach, Fla./High; Tennessee; College of the Sequoias
37    Jamariey Atterberry    DB     8    Marshay Green                          WR     5-10 170     SO-1L   Bastrop, La./High
28    Nate Banks             DB     9    Jeremy McGee                           RB     5-10 178     SO-TR   New Orleans, La./Edna Karr; UCLA
89    Ben Benedetto          DL     9    Allen Walker                           LB     6-1    205   FR-RS   Olive Branch, Miss./High
95    Chris Bowers           LB    11    Ashlee Palmer                          LB     6-2    222   JR-JC   Compton, Calif./Lynwood; Compton CC
21    Lionel Breaux          WR    12    Dustin Mouzon (MOO-ZON)                DB     5-11 175     JR-2L   Orlando, Fla./Edgewater
61    Zack Brent             OL    13    Clay Fowler                            QB     5-10 ½ 165   FR-HS   Jackson, Tenn./Jackson Christian School
64    Will Briscoe           OL    13    Jamarca Sanford                        DB     5-10 200     JR-2L   Batesville, Miss./South Panola
20    Johnny Brown           DB    14    Michael Herrick                        QB     6-1    185   FR-RS   Valencia, Calif./High
48    Lamar Brumfield        LB    15    Robert Lane                            TE     6-3    240   SR-3L   Monroe, La./Neville
51    Eric Burrus            LB    16    Markeith Summers                       WR     6-2    190   FR-RS   Olive Branch, Miss./High
17    Rob Campbell           DB    17    Rob Campbell                           DB     5-10 160     SO-TR   Slidell, La./Edna Karr; Louisiana-Lafayette
76    Marcus Cohen           OL    17    Billy Tapp                             QB     6-4    230   SO-SQ   St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Catholic
81    William Cole           WR    19    Seth Adams                             QB     6-4    225   SR-1L   Holly Springs, Miss./Marshall Academy; Delta State; Hinds CC
80    Richard Contartesi     WR    20    Johnny Brown                           DB     6-1    180   FR-HS   Charleston, Miss./High
44    Jason Cook             FB    21    Lionel Breaux (BRO)                    WR     6-1 ½ 188    FR-HS   New Orleans, La./McDonogh 35
42    Jonathan Cornell       LB    22    Ryan Favret (FAV-ray)                  P      5-11 170     SR-SQ   Metairie, La./Jesuit
42    Kenny Daniels          DB    22    Dexter McCluster                       WR     5-9    165   SO-1L   Largo, Fla./High
30    Derrick Davis          RB    23    Bruce Hall                             RB     5-11 210     SR-1L   Milton, Fla./High; Wake Forest; Troy; Northeast CC
56    Viciente DeLoach       DE    23    George Helow                           DB     5-9    175   FR-RS   Jacksonville, Fla./Bishop Kenny; Hargrave
97    David Densmore         DL    24    Billy Dobbs                            WR     5-11 160     FR-RS   Amory, Miss./High
24    Billy Dobbs            WR    24    Cassius Vaughn (CASH-us)               DB     5-11 185     SO-1L   Memphis, Tenn./East
25    Cordera Eason          RB    25    Cordera Eason                          RB     6-1    235   SO-1L   Meridian, Miss./High
60    Thomas Eckers          OL    25    Justin McClain                         DB     5-10 192     FR-HS   Memphis, Tenn./Harding
80    Jon Eilertsen           P    26    LaDerrick Vaughn                       DE     6-2    210   FR-HS   Memphis, Tenn./Manassas
22    Ryan Favret             P    27    Jamison Hughes                         DB     6-1    200   FR-HS   Oxford, Miss./High
47    Tony Fein              LB    28    Nate Banks                             DB     5-11 180     SR-3L   Liberty, Miss./Amite Country
87    Martin Fisher           K    29    Colby Arceneaux (AR-sin-o)             DB     5-9    185   FR-HS   River Ridge, La./John Curtis
39    Will Foster             P    30    Derrick Davis                          RB     6-0    230   FR-RS   Meridian, Miss./High
13    Clay Fowler            QB    31    Christian Albarracin (al-BEAR-a-sun)   K-DB   5-10 180     SR-SQ   Corinth, Miss./High
82    Cecil Frison           DE    32    Reggie Hicks                           RB     6-2    240   FR-RS   Madison, Miss./Madison Central
54    Jeremy Garrett         DL    33    Antonio Turner                         DL     6-1    235   JR-2L   Orlando, Fla./Edgewater
72    Daverin Geralds        OL    34    Justin Sparks                          P-K    6-2    170   SO-SQ   Memphis, Tenn./Briarcrest
8     Marshay Green          WR    35    Fon Ingram                             DB     5-11 190     FR-HS   Atlanta, Ga./McNair
6     BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB     36    Dan Hoffman                            FB     6-0    215   FR-HS   Miami, Fla./LaSalle
23    Bruce Hall             RB    36    Rob Park                               P      6-0    185   JR-2L   Memphis, Tenn./Memphis University School
46    David Hankins           K    37    Jamariey Atterberry (ja-MAR-ee)        DB     5-11 170     FR-HS   Kosciusko, Miss./High
86    Greg Hardy          DL-WR    39    Will Foster                            P      5-11 189     FR-RS   Charlotte, N.C./Country Day School
55    Don Hargroder          LB    39    Bryan Powers                           P      6-1    210   SO-JC   Pacifica, Calif./Terra Nova; College of San Mateo
50    Darryl Harris          OL    40    Zane Allcorn                           DB     5-11 192     FR-HS   McKinney, Texas/High
43    Andy Hartmann          FB    40    Kentrell Lockett                       DL     6-5    225   FR-RS   Hahnville, La./High
23    George Helow           DB    41    Brandon Thomas                         LB     5-11 245     JR-1L   North Augusta, S.C./High
14    Michael Herrick        QB    42    Jonathan Cornell                       LB     6-1    220   SO-1L   Azusa, Calif./Bishop Amat
84    Michael Hicks          WR    42    Kenny Daniels                          DB     6-0    190   FR-HS   Estero, Fla./South Fort Myers
32    Reggie Hicks           RB    43    Andy Hartmann                          FB     5-10 230     SO-1L   Cooper City, Fla./American Heritage
3     Shay Hodge             WR    44    Jason Cook                             FB     6-0    240   JR-2L   Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett
36    Dan Hoffman            FB    44    Trey Trip                              LB     6-2    230   FR-HS   Buford, Ga.; Peachtree Ridge
85    Robert Hough           TE    45    Jamie Phillips                         LB     6-0    220   SO-JC   Oxford, Miss./Lafayette; Northwest CC
27    Jamison Hughes         DB    46    David Hankins                          K      6-3    213   FR-HS   Shreveport, La./C.E. Byrd
67    Paul Hurd              OL    47    Tony Fein (FINE)                       LB     6-2    245   JR-JC   Port Orchard, Wash./South Kitsap; Scottsdale CC
35    Fon Ingram             DB    48    Lamar Brumfield                        LB     6-2    235   SO-JC   Lynwood, Calif./Carson; Compton CC
5     Terrell Jackson        DB    50    Darryl Harris                          OL     6-4    300   SR-3L   Clarksdale, Miss./High
65    Mark Jean-Louis        OL    50    Nathan Juleff                          DL     6-2    200   FR-HS   Mandeville, La./Northlake Christian School
                                                                                                                        PAGE 12 – REBEL ROSTER
      ALPHABETICAL                                                                     NUMERICAL
No.   Name               Pos.   No.   Name (Pronunciation)             Pos.    Ht.     Wt.   Cl-Ex   Hometown/High School/College
90    Brandon Jenkins      DL   51    Corey Actis                      C       6-5     290   SR-1L   Bakersfield, Calif./Liberty; Bakersfield CC
77    John Jerry          OL    51    Eric Burrus                      LB      6-0     214   FR-HS   Collierville, Tenn./High
98    Peria Jerry          DL   52    Ben Benedetto                    DL      6-1     240   FR-RS   Metairie, La./Brother Martin
75    Rishaw Johnson      OL    53    Chris Strong                     LB      6-2     280   FR-HS   Batesville, Miss./South Panola
50    Nathan Juleff        DL   54    Jeremy Garrett                   DL      6-1     290   SR-3L   Senatobia, Miss./High
83    Jared Jungles        TE   55    Don Hargroder                    LB      6-0     210   SO-RS   Abbeville, La./St. Thomas More; Louisiana-Lafayette
15    Robert Lane          TE   56    Viciente DeLoach (vu-SHIN-tay)   DE      6-3     260   SR-2L   Columbus, Miss./High
99    Ted Laurent          DL   58    Scottie Williams                 LB      6-1 ½   210   FR-HS   Decatur, Ga./Southwest DeKalb
1     Kendrick Lewis      DB    59    Isaiah Smith                     LB      6-1     220   FR-HS   Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central
40    Kentrell Lockett     DL   60    Thomas Eckers                    OL      6-2     300   SR-2L   West Point, Miss./High
35    Jacarious Lucas     WR    61    Zack Brent                       OL      6-0     235   FR-HS   Oxford, Miss./Lafayette
25    Justin McClain      DB    62    Don Mosely                       OL      6-1     300   FR-RS   Tampa, Fla./Hillsborough
22    Dexter McCluster    WR    64    Will Briscoe                     OL      6-3     312   FR-HS   Tupelo, Miss./High
9     Jeremy McGee        RB    65    Mark Jean-Louis (ZHAN-lou-EE)    OL      6-2     355   SO-JC   West Palm Beach, Fla./Palm Beach Gardens; Cerritos CC
82    Ben Meadows           K   67    Paul Hurd                        OL      6-4     280   JR-SQ   Monroe, La./St. Frederick
79    Maurice Miller      OL    68    Preston Powers                   LS      6-0     240   SO-1L   Collierville, Tenn./Briarcrest Christian
62    Don Mosely          OL    69    Wesley Phillips                  LS      5-11    215   FR-RS   Madison, Miss./Madison Central
12    Dustin Mouzon       DB    70    Brent Smith                      OL      6-4     280   SO-SQ   Madison, Miss./St. Andrews Episcopal
71    Reid Neely          OL    71    Reid Neely                       OL      6-6     305   SO-1L   Jackson, Miss./Jackson Academy
74    Michael Oher        OL    72    Daverin Geralds (DAVE-run)       OL      6-2     305   SO-1L   Baton Rouge, La./Scotlandville
11    Ashlee Palmer        LB   73    Alex Washington                  OL      6-4     348   FR-HS   Monroe, La./Carroll
36    Rob Park              P   74    Michael Oher (OR)                OL      6-5     325   JR-2L   Memphis, Tenn./Briarcrest
45    Jamie Phillips       LB   75    Rishaw Johnson (re-SHAW)         OL      6-3     315   FR-HS   Hammond, La./High
69    Wesley Phillips      LS   76    Marcus Cohen                     OL      6-5     290   SR-2L   Clarksdale, Miss./High
30    Bryan Powers          P   77    John Jerry                       OL      6-5     340   SO-1L   Batesville, Miss./South Panola; Hargrave
68    Preston Powers       LS   78    Bradley Sowell                   OL      6-6     330   FR-HS   Hernando, Miss./High
89    Garrett Ryan         DL   79    Maurice Miller                   OL      6-3     343   JR-1L   West Helena, Ark./Central
91    Justin Sanders       DL   80    Richard Contartesi               WR      5-7     156   SO-TR   Lake Worth, Fla./Palm Beach Gardens; Jacksonville
13    Jamarca Sanford     DB    80    Jon Eilertsen (EYE-lert-sun)     P       5-11    170   SO-SQ   Scottsdale, Ariz./Desert Mountain; NW Missouri State
7     Brent Schaeffer     QB    81    William Cole                     WR      6-0     190   SO-TR   Oxford, Miss./High
96    Lawon Scott          DL   82    Cecil Frison (FRY-sun)           DE      6-3     240   FR-RS   Memphis, Tenn./Hamilton
93    Joshua Shene          K   82    Ben Meadows                      K       5-9     160   FR-HS   Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park
70    Brent Smith         OL    83    Chris Adams                      WR      6-1     175   JR-HS   Oxford, Miss./High
59    Isaiah Smith         LB   83    Jared Jungles                    TE      6-5     230   FR-HS   Brandon, Miss./High
4     Jevan Snead         QB    84    Michael Hicks                    WR      6-3     215   SO-1L   Jacksonville, Fla./Andrew Jackson
78    Bradley Sowell      OL    85    Robert Hough (HUFF)              TE      6-4     230   SR-3L   Jackson, Miss./Provine
34    Justin Sparks       P-K   86    Greg Hardy                       DL-WR   6-5     255   SO-1L   Millington, Tenn./Briarcrest Christian
53    Chris Strong         LB   87    Martin Fisher                    K       5-11    163   FR-HS   Greenwood, Miss./Pillow Academy
16    Markeith Summers    WR    87    Jacarious Lucas (ju-CARRY-us)    WR      6-2     180   JR-JC   Cleveland, Miss./East Side; Mississippi Delta CC
17    Billy Tapp          QB    88    David Traxler                    TE      6-6     255   JR-2L   Jackson, Miss./Jackson Academy
41    Brandon Thomas       LB   89    Garrett Ryan                     DL      6-3     220   SO-SQ   Marietta, Ga./Walton; SE Louisiana
92    Marcus Tillman       DL   89    Josh Zettergren                  WR      6-1     210   SR-SQ   Senatobia, Miss./High; Harding; Northwest CC
88    David Traxler        TE   90    Brandon Jenkins                  DL      6-4     300   SR-3L   Memphis, Tenn./East; Hargrave
44    Trey Trip            LB   91    Justin Sanders                   DL      6-4     280   FR-HS   New Market, Ala./Buckhorn
33    Antonio Turner       DL   92    Marcus Tillman                   DL      6-4     260   SO-1L   McCall Creek, Miss./Franklin County
24    Cassius Vaughn      DB    93    Joshua Shene (SHEEN)             K       5-9     170   SO-1L   Oklahoma City, Okla./Putnam City North
26    LaDerrick Vaughn    DE    94    LaMark Armour                    DE      6-2     255   SO-1L   Nashville, Tenn./Hunters Lane
9     Allen Walker         LB   95    Chris Bowers                     LB      6-2     230   JR-2L   Shreveport, La./Evangel Christian Academy
2     Mike Wallace        WR    96    Lawon Scott (la-WON)             DL      6-1     305   FR-HS   St. Petersburg, Fla./High
73    Alex Washington     OL    97    David Densmore                   DL      6-1     245   FR-RS   Shalimar, Fla./Choctawhatchee
58    Scottie Williams     LB   98    Peria Jerry (pa-RAY)             DL      6-2     310   JR-2L   Batesville, Miss./South Panola; Hargrave
89    Josh Zettergren     WR    99    Ted Laurent                      DL      6-2     285   FR-HS   Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern
                                         2007 Ole Miss Rebel Football
                                  Ole Miss Game Results (as of Nov 18, 2007)
                                                  All games

                                                                                Overall     Conference
       Date                   Opponent                           Score          Record       Record         Time      Attend
       ----                   --------                           -----         --------     --------        ----      ------
       9/1/07           at    Memphis                          W 23-21          1- 0- 0      0- 0- 0        3:21       45457
       9/8/07                 MISSOURI                           25-38     L    1- 1- 0      0- 0- 0        3:20       50897
   *   9/15/07          at    Vanderbilt                         17-31     L    1- 2- 0      0- 1- 0        3:11       34180
   *   9/22/07                #3 FLORIDA                         24-30     L    1- 3- 0      0- 2- 0        3:22       55032
   *   9/29/07          at    #15 Georgia                        17-45     L    1- 4- 0      0- 3- 0        3:09       92746
       10/6/07                LOUISIANA TECH                   W 24-0           2- 4- 0      0- 3- 0        3:08       45138
   *   10/13/07               ALABAMA                            24-27     L    2- 5- 0      0- 4- 0        3:34       59791
   *   10/20/07               ARKANSAS                            8-44     L    2- 6- 0      0- 5- 0        3:05       52671
   *   10/27/07         at    #23 Auburn                          3-17     L    2- 7- 0      0- 6- 0        3:00       87451
       11/3/07                NORTHWESTERN STATE               W 38-31          3- 7- 0      0- 6- 0        3:15       23283
   *   11/17/07               #1 LSU                             24-41     L    3- 8- 0      0- 7- 0        3:45       61118

   * indicates conference game



                                --------FIRST DOWNS---------     ----RUSHING----     ----------PASSING----------    --TOTAL OFFENSE--    Return    Turn-
Opponent               Score    Total    Rush    Pass    Pen      Number-Yards          Comp-Att-Int       Yards       Plays-Yards        Yards    Overs
--------               -----    --/--   --/--   --/--   --/--    -------/-------     --------/--------     --/--    ------- / -------     --/--    --/--
Memphis.............   23-21    19/30    4/9    12/19    3/2     29-74   / 35-124   19-30- 0 / 41-61- 4   201/343    59-275 /   96-467   201/106    3/5
MISSOURI............   25-38    26/29   11/11   14/17    1/1     38-229 / 37-218    23-41- 1 / 31-43- 0   305/330    79-534 /   80-548   167/110    2/0
Vanderbilt..........   17-31    13/25    6/12    6/13    1/0     32-54   / 49-183   11-22- 1 / 18-26- 0   208/200    54-262 /   75-383   157/123    1/1
FLORIDA.............   24-30    18/28    4/15   10/13    4/0     21-80   / 45-246   19-32- 1 / 20-34- 0   310/261    53-390 /   79-507   159/123    1/0
Georgia.............   17-45    20/27   10/15   10/9     0/3     33-158 / 45-328    24-35- 1 / 13-22- 0   228/144    68-386 /   67-472   128/51     2/0
LOUISIANA TECH......   24-0     13/16    2/9     8/6     3/1     23-65   / 48-150   16-32- 3 / 17-31- 0   167/151    55-232 /   79-301     0/68     3/2
ALABAMA.............   24-27    19/27    5/10   14/15    0/2     31-136 / 40-113    22-40- 3 / 26-40- 1   284/265    71-420 /   80-378   117/197    3/2
ARKANSAS............    8-44    20/23    9/14    8/8     3/1     35-97   / 54-293   14-33- 4 / 12-18- 1   182/144    68-279 /   72-437   214/99     4/1
Auburn..............    3-17    15/22    5/13    8/9     2/0     29-70   / 48-231   14-28- 1 / 16-26- 0   123/189    57-193 /   74-420    97/15     1/1
NORTHWESTERN STATE..   38-31    15/24    8/9     7/14    0/1     30-210 / 43-194    10-28- 1 / 24-34- 1   177/305    58-387 /   77-499   147/146    1/3
LSU.................   24-41    25/21   11/12   11/9     3/0     28-201 / 40-228    17-39- 3 / 17-25- 0   265/168    67-466 /   65-396   182/169    4/0


Totals.............. 227-325 203/272    75/129 108/132 20/11 329-1374/484-2308 189-360-19/235-360- 7 2450/2500      689-3824/ 844-4808 1569/1207 25/15


Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category
              2007 Ole Miss Rebel Football
 Ole Miss Overall Team Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2007)
                       All games

TEAM STATISTICS                          UM          OPP
--------------------------------------------------------
SCORING.......................          227          325
  Points Per Game.............         20.6         29.5
FIRST DOWNS...................          203          272
  Rushing.....................           75          129
  Passing.....................          108          132
  Penalty.....................           20           11
RUSHING YARDAGE...............         1374         2308
  Yards gained rushing........         1627         2604
  Yards lost rushing..........          253          296
  Rushing Attempts............          329          484
  Average Per Rush............          4.2          4.8
  Average Per Game............        124.9        209.8
  TDs Rushing.................            7           25
PASSING YARDAGE...............         2450         2500
  Att-Comp-Int................   360-189-19    360-235-7
  Average Per Pass............          6.8          6.9
  Average Per Catch...........         13.0         10.6
  Average Per Game............        222.7        227.3
  TDs Passing.................           16           16
TOTAL OFFENSE.................         3824         4808
  Total Plays.................          689          844
  Average Per Play............          5.6          5.7
  Average Per Game............        347.6        437.1
KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS.........      57-1276       42-868
PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS.........       16-119       17-179
INT RETURNS: #-YARDS..........        7-174       19-160
KICK RETURN AVERAGE...........         22.4         20.7
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE...........          7.4         10.5
INT RETURN AVERAGE............         24.9          8.4
FUMBLES-LOST..................         10-6         15-8
PENALTIES-YARDS...............       71-529       77-620
  Average Per Game............         48.1         56.4
PUNTS-YARDS...................      47-1853      42-1594
  Average Per Punt............         39.4         38.0
  Net punt average............         34.3         32.3
TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME.......        27:17        32:43
3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS..........       54/141       74/163
  3rd-Down Pct................          38%          45%
4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS..........         7/19        13/20
  4th-Down Pct................          37%          65%
SACKS BY-YARDS................       19-124       27-175
MISC YARDS....................           82            0
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED.............           28           42
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS..........        11-16        11-21
ON-SIDE KICKS.................          0-3          1-2
RED-ZONE SCORES...............    22-36 61%    39-52 75%
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS...........    12-36 33%    29-52 56%
PAT-ATTEMPTS..................    22-23 96%    38-40 95%
ATTENDANCE....................       347930       259834
  Games/Avg Per Game..........      7/49704      4/64958
  Neutral Site Games..........                       0/0

SCORE BY QUARTERS      1st   2nd   3rd   4th     Total
--------------------   ---   ---   ---   ---       ---
Ole Miss............    58    35    85    49   -   227
Opponents...........    45    87    71   122   -   325
                                  2007 Ole Miss Rebel Football
                  Ole Miss Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2007)
                                           All games

RUSHING              GP   Att Gain Loss        Net     Avg    TD Long Avg/G           PUNT RETURNS          No.   Yds    Avg TD Long
----------------------------------------------------------------                      --------------------------------------------
BJ Green-Ellis       11   201 1056       36 1020       5.1     5    57   92.7         Marshay Green           8    39    4.9   1   44
Bruce Hall           10    51   243      12    231     4.5     0    28   23.1         D. McCluster            6    29    4.8   0   19
Brent Schaeffer       5    18   148      47    101     5.6     1    38   20.2         Dustin Mouzon           1    23   23.0   0    0
D. McCluster          7     3    38       6     32    10.7     0    29    4.6         Jamarca Sanford         1    28   28.0   0    0
Marshay Green        10     4    20      12      8     2.0     0    15    0.8         Kendrick Lewis          0     0    0.0   1    0
Cordera Eason        10     3      8      2      6     2.0     0    5     0.6         Total..........        16   119    7.4   2   44
Jamarca Sanford       9     1      5      0      5     5.0     0    5     0.6         Opponents......        17   179   10.5   0   54
TM                    1     1      0      2     -2    -2.0     0    0    -2.0
Seth Adams           11    47   109     136    -27    -0.6     1    15   -2.5         INTERCEPTIONS         No.   Yds    Avg TD Long
Total..........      11   329 1627      253 1374       4.2     7    57 124.9          --------------------------------------------
Opponents......      11   484 2604      296 2308       4.8    25    50 209.8          Dustin Mouzon           2    99   49.5   1   99
                                                                                      Ashlee Palmer           2     0    0.0   0    0
PASSING              GP    Effic Cmp-Att-Int           Pct    Yds   TD Lng Avg/G      Peria Jerry             1     6    6.0   0    6
--------------------------------------------------------------------                  Johnny Brown            1    35   35.0   0   35
Seth Adams           11   113.41 163-297-16           54.9 1979     12   77 179.9     Marcus Tillman          1    34   34.0   0   34
Brent Schaeffer       5   114.66       25-62-3        40.3    463   4    54   92.6    Total..........         7   174   24.9   1   99
Justin Sparks        11   167.20        1-1-0        100.0      8   0     8     0.7   Opponents......        19   160    8.4   0   46
Total..........      11   113.78 189-360-19           52.5 2450     16   77 222.7
Opponents......      11   134.39    235-360-7         65.3 2500     16   48 227.3     KICK RETURNS          No.   Yds    Avg TD Long
                                                                                      --------------------------------------------
RECEIVING            GP   No.   Yds      Avg    TD Long Avg/G                         Marshay Green          27   631   23.4   0   42
------------------------------------------------------                                Mike Wallace           20   487   24.4   1   77
Shay Hodge           11    41   564     13.8     5     41    51.3                     D. McCluster            5   104   20.8   0   33
Mike Wallace         11    37   707     19.1     6     77    64.3                     Robert Hough            2    14    7.0   0   12
Marshay Green        10    29   235      8.1     0     34    23.5                     Cassius Vaughn          1    27   27.0   0   27
D. McCluster          7    26   312     12.0     2     46    44.6                     Andy Hartmann           1     3    3.0   0    3
Robert Lane          11    17   133      7.8     0     25    12.1                     Reggie Hicks            1    10   10.0   0   10
Michael Hicks         9    12   210     17.5     1     51    23.3                     Total..........        57 1276    22.4   1   77
Bruce Hall           10     9    94     10.4     0     35     9.4                     Opponents......        42   868   20.7   1   98
Jason Cook           11     7    85     12.1     0     18     7.7
Robert Hough         11     7    66      9.4     0     21     6.0                     FUMBLE RETURNS        No.   Yds    Avg TD Long
BJ Green-Ellis       11     2    25     12.5     0     25     2.3                     --------------------------------------------
Greg Hardy            9     2    19      9.5     2     16     2.1                     Peria Jerry             1     0    0.0   0    0
Total..........      11   189 2450      13.0    16     77 222.7                       Dustin Mouzon           0     0    0.0   1    0
Opponents......      11   235 2500      10.6    16     48 227.3                       Total..........         1     0    0.0   1    0
                                                                                      Opponents......         0     0    0.0   0    0
                                  2007 Ole Miss Rebel Football
                  Ole Miss Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2007)
                                           All games

                                     |------- PATs -------|
SCORING                 TD     FGs     Kick    Rush Rcv Pass        DXP Saf Points   TOTAL OFFENSE         G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
--------------------------------------------------------------------                 ---------------------------------------------------
Joshua Shene               0 11-16     22-23     0-0     0    0-0    0    0     55   Seth Adams           11       344    -27 1979      1952 177.5
Mike Wallace               7   0-0      0-0      0-0     1    0-0    0    0     44   BJ Green-Ellis       11       201 1020        0    1020     92.7
BJ Green-Ellis             5   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    0-0    0    0     30   Brent Schaeffer       5        80    101   463        564 112.8
Shay Hodge                 5   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    0-0    0    0     30   Bruce Hall           10        51    231      0       231   23.1
Greg Hardy                 2   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    0-0    0    0     12   D. McCluster          7         3     32      0        32    4.6
Dustin Mouzon              2   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    0-0    0    0     12   Justin Sparks        11         1      0      8         8    0.7
D. McCluster               2   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    0-0    0    0     12   Marshay Green        10         4      8      0         8    0.8
Marshay Green              1   0-0      0-0      0-0     1    0-0    0    0      8   Cordera Eason        10         3      6      0         6    0.6
Michael Hicks              1   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    0-0    0    0      6   Jamarca Sanford       9         1      5      0         5    0.6
Seth Adams                 1   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    1-3    0    0      6   TM                    1         1     -2      0        -2   -2.0
Brent Schaeffer            1   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    1-1    0    0      6   Total..........      11       689 1374 2450        3824 347.6
Kendrick Lewis             1   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    0-0    0    0      6   Opponents......      11       844 2308 2500        4808 437.1
Rob Park                   0   0-0      0-0      0-0     0    0-1    0    0      0
Total..........         28 11-16       22-23     0-0     2    2-5    0    0    227
Opponents......         42 11-21       38-40     0-0     1    1-2    0    0    325



                                                                                     PUNTING               No.      Yds     Avg Long        TB   FC I20 Blkd
FIELD GOALS       FGM-FGA      Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk              ----------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------------                    Justin Sparks          44 1767        40.2     55       3    9   12        0
Joshua Shene       11-16    68.8     0-0   5-6     4-6       1-3    1-1   51    0    Rob Park                  3     86    28.7     36       0    0     0       0
                                                                                     Total..........        47 1853        39.4     55       3    9   12        0
FG SEQUENCE            Ole Miss                     OPPONENTS                        Opponents......        42 1594        38.0     58       6    8   15        2
----------------------------------------------------
Memphis                (30),28                      25                               KICKOFFS              No.       Yds     Avg    TB      OB   Retn       Net YdLn
Missouri               -                            (27),43                          -------------------------------------------------------------
Vanderbilt             (34),30                      (24),23                          Joshua Shene           26      1352    52.0       0     2
Florida                (40),(32),48,(22)            42,(25)                          C. Albarracian         11       570    51.8       0     0
Georgia                (30)                         (20)                             Justin Sparks             9     541    60.1       0     0
Louisiana Tech         (27)                         42,36                            Total..........        46      2463    53.5       0     2    868 34.7          35
Alabama                (22),35                      (27),35,(24)                     Opponents......        61      3688    60.5       1     0   1276 39.2          30
Arkansas               49                           42,(32)
Auburn                 (51)                         42,(36)
Northwestern State     (24)                         42,(43)
LSU                    (23)                         (48),(43)


Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.
                       2007 Ole Miss Rebel Football
       Ole Miss Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2007)
                                All games

ALL PURPOSE          G Rush    Rec    PR   KOR   IR   Tot Avg/G
-----------------------------------------------------------
Mike Wallace        11     0   707     0   487    0 1194 108.5
BJ Green-Ellis      11 1020     25     0     0    0 1045    95.0
Marshay Green       10     8   235    39   631    0   913   91.3
Shay Hodge          11     0   564     0     0    0   564   51.3
D. McCluster         7    32   312    29   104    0   477   68.1
Bruce Hall          10   231    94     0     0    0   325   32.5
Michael Hicks        9     0   210     0     0    0   210   23.3
Robert Lane         11     0   133     0     0    0   133   12.1
Dustin Mouzon       11     0     0    23     0   99   122   11.1
Brent Schaeffer      5   101     0     0     0    0   101   20.2
Jason Cook          11     0    85     0     0    0    85    7.7
Robert Hough        11     0    66     0    14    0    80    7.3
Johnny Brown        11     0     0     0     0   35    35    3.2
Marcus Tillman      11     0     0     0     0   34    34    3.1
Jamarca Sanford      9     5     0    28     0    0    33    3.7
Cassius Vaughn      11     0     0     0    27    0    27    2.5
Greg Hardy           9     0    19     0     0    0    19    2.1
Reggie Hicks         6     0     0     0    10    0    10    1.7
Cordera Eason       10     6     0     0     0    0     6    0.6
Peria Jerry         11     0     0     0     0    6     6    0.5
Andy Hartmann       11     0     0     0     3    0     3    0.3
TM                   1    -2     0     0     0    0    -2   -2.0
Seth Adams          11   -27     0     0     0    0   -27   -2.5
Total..........     11 1374 2450     119 1276    174 5393 490.3
Opponents......     11 2308 2500     179   868   160 6015 546.8
                              2007 Ole Miss Rebel Football
               Ole Miss Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 17, 2007)
                                       All games

                            |--------Tackles--------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS        GP Solo Ast Total    TFL/Yds   No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11 Ashlee Palmer         10   47   37    84   6.5-22      .       2-0      6   4   2-0     1    .   .
13 Jamarca Sanford        9   45   34    79   5.0-19      .        .       4   .    .      2    1   .
47 Tony Fein             10   49   29    78   3.0-4       .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
86 Greg Hardy             9   40   22    62 18.0-95 10.0-72        .       3   4    .      3    .   .
45 Jamie Phillips        11   32   27    59   1.0-4       .        .       5   .    .      .    .   .
12 Dustin Mouzon         11   46   11    57   4.0-20   1.0-9      2-99     4   .   1-0     1    1   .
1 Kendrick Lewis         11   32   23    55   2.5-18   1.0-2       .       2   1    .      .    .   .
98 Peria Jerry           11   38   16    54 13.5-38    3.0-13     1-6      1   4   1-0     .    .   .
20 Johnny Brown          11   32   21    53   2.0-3       .       1-35     1   3   1-0     1    .   .
24 Cassius Vaughn        11   32   15    47      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
92 Marcus Tillman        11   22   18    40   4.5-8       .       1-34     .   6   1-0     .    .   .
41 Brandon Thomas        11   18   11    29   3.0-13   1.0-8       .       .   .    .      .    .   .
5 Terrell Jackson        10   19    6    25      .        .        .       2   .    .      .    .   .
53 Chris Strong           9   10    9    19   1.0-2       .        .       1   1    .      .    .   .
28 Nate Banks            11   11    3    14      .        .        .       1   .    .      .    .   .
9 Allen Walker           10    6    7    13      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
90 Brandon Jenkins       11    3    7    10   1.0-2       .        .       .   1    .      .    1   .
56 V. DeLoach             7    6    3     9   1.5-10   1.0-9       .       .   3    .      .    .   .
42 J. Cornell             2    5    4     9      .        .        .       1   .    .      .    .   .
54 Jeremy Garrett         7    6    2     8   1.5-4       .        .       .   .   1-0     .    .   .
33 Antonio Turner        11    4    4     8      .        .        .       .   .   1-0     .    .   .
48 Lamar Brumfield        7    4    3     7      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
96 Lawon Scott            4    4    3     7   2.5-5       .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
85 Robert Hough          11    5    2     7      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
40 K. Lockett             7    5    2     7   1.0-10   1.0-10      .       .   1    .      .    .   .
35 Fon Ingram             7    4    1     5      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
72 Daverin Geralds        2    3    1     4   1.5-2    1.0-1       .       .   .    .      .    .   .
22 D. McCluster           7    3    .     3      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
32 Reggie Hicks           6    1    2     3      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
93 Joshua Shene          11    2    .     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
23 Bruce Hall            10    1    1     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
89 J. Zettergren          5    1    1     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
21 Lionel Breaux          8    2    .     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
25 Cordera Eason         10    2    .     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
68 Preston Powers        11    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
95 Chris Bowers           9    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
55 Don Hargroder          1    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
31 C. Albarracian         3    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
84 Michael Hicks          9    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
8 Marshay Green          10    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
6 BJ Green-Ellis         11    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
19 Seth Adams            11    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
   Total..........       11 543 330     873    73-279   19-124    7-174   31 28    8-0     8    3   .
   Opponents......       11 392 298     690    57-252   27-175   19-160   54 25    6-0     8    1   .
                                                                                                                                       PAGE 19 – 2007 STATS
                                                   INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME PASSING
                    Att-Comp-Int
No.   Player           Yds-TD       MEM          MIZZOU        VU         UF        UGA       LA TECH      ALA          ARK        AUB        NWST         LSU      MSU
19    Adams                        30-19-0       41-23-1    17-10-1     32-19-1    35-24-1     32-16-3    40-22-3     21-9-4      24-11-0     15-7-1      11-4-1
                                    201-1         305-3      154-1       310-2      228-1       167-2      284-2        79-0        89-0       113-0       57-0
7     Schaeffer                       -             -        5-1-0         -          -           -          -         13-5-0      4-3-1       13-3-0    28-13-2
                                                              54-1                                                     103-1        43-0        64-1      208-1
34    Sparks                        0-0-0         0-0-0      0-0-0       1-1-0      0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0      0-0-0
                                     0-0           0-0         0-0        8-0        0-0        0-0         0-0          0-0         0-0         0-0        0-0
      Team                         30-19-0       41-23-1    22-11-1     32-19-1    35-24-1    32-16-3     40-22-3     34-14-4     28-14-1     28-10-1    39-17-3
                                    201-1         305-3      208-2       310-2      228-1      167-2       284-2       182-1       123-0       177-1      265-1
      Opponents                    60-41-4       43-31-0    26-18-0     34-20-0    20-13-0    31-17-0     40-26-1     18-12-1     26-16-0     34-24-1    25-17-0
                                    343-1         330-5      200-0       261-2      144-1      151-0       265-0       144-4       189-1       305-1      168-0



                                                   INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING
No.   Player        Att-Yds-TD       MEM        MIZZOU         VU          UF        UGA      LA TECH       ALA         ARK          AUB       NWST         LSU     MSU
6     Green-Ellis                  23-79-0      33-226-1    21-66-0      11-37-0   22-108-1    14-54-0    20-131-0     15-84-0     13-62-0    17-120-3    12-53-0
23    Hall                           2-4-0        0-0-0          -       4-35-0     7-44-0     4-19-0      4-16-0      9-31-0       8-15-0     9-54-0     4-15-0
7     Schaeffer                         -            -      3-(-17)-0       -          -           -          -        8-(-2)-0      0-0-0     3-33-0      8-94-1
8     Green                          0-0-0        1-5-0       0-0-0      2-15-0      0-0-0     1-(-3)-0     0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0         -        0-0-0
25    Eason                          0-0-0       1-(-2)-0     1-5-0       0-0-0      0-0-0         -        0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0      1-3-0       0-0-0
13    Sanford                        0-0-0        0-0-0       1-5-0       0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0         -            -         0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0
19    Adams                         3-(-7)-0      3-0-0      6-(-5)-0     4-4-0      4-6-0     4-(-5)-0   7-(-11)-1    2-(-1)-0    6-(-8)-0     0-0-0      2-1-0
TM    TEAM                          1-(-2)-0         -           -          -          -           -          -            -           -          -           -
      Team                          29-74-0     38-229-1     32-54-0     21-80-0   33-158-1    23-65-0    31-136-1    34-112-0     29-70-0    30-210-3   28-201-1
      Opponents                    35-124-2     37-218-0    49-183-4    45-265-2   45-328-5   48-150-0    40-113-3    54-293-2    82-231-1    43-194-2   40-228-4



                                                  INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING
No.   Player        No-Yds-TD        MEM        MIZZOU          VU         UF        UGA      LA TECH       ALA         ARK         AUB        NWST        LSU      MSU
2     Wallace                       4-48-0      7-136-1      4-139-2     1-77-1     3-62-1     5-72-0      2-63-0      4-57-1      5-39-0      2-14-0      0-0-0
3     Hodge                         4-37-0       5-47-1       3-24-0     7-81-1     6-77-0     1-17-1      3-51-0      2-26-0      2-26-0      4-88-1     4-90-1
8     Green                         5-59-0       5-57-0       2-24-0     5-36-0     2-24-0      4-7-0      1-(-1)-0    2-12-0      0-0-0          -       3-17-0
22    McCluster                        -            -            -          -        2-3-0     3-48-1      7-75-1      2-21-0      4-35-0      3-57-0     5-73-0
15    Lane                          4-32-0       2-26-0        1-5-0     2-15-0     5-20-0     2-10-0       0-0-0      1-25-0      0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0
84    M. Hicks                      0-0-0        3-36-0       0-0-0      3-89-0     1-15-0        -        2-38-1      1-9-0       1-8-0          -       1-15-0
23    Hall                           1-9-0        0-0-0          -        0-0-0      2-4-0      0-0-0      3-23-0       0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0      1-35-0
44    Cook                           0-0-0        0-0-0       1-16-0     1-12-0      1-9-0      0-0-0      1-16-0       0-0-0       0-0-0      1-18-0     2-14-0
85    Hough                          0-0-0       0-0-0-        0-0-0      0-0-0     1-14-0      0-0-0      3-19-0       1-7-0      1-5-0       0-0-0      1-21-0
86    Hardy                         1-16-1        1-3-1        0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0         -           -        0-0-0
6     Green-Ellis                    0-0-0        0-0-0        0-0-0      0-0-0      1-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0      1-25-0      0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0
      Team                         19-201-1     23-305-1    11-208-2    19-310-2   24-228-1   16-167-2    22-284-2    14-182-1    14-123-0    10-177-1   17-265-1
      Opponents                    41-343-1     31-330-5    18-200-0    20-261-2   13-144-0   17-151-0    26-265-0    12-144-4    16-189-0    24-305-2   17-168-0



                                               INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME KICKOFF RETURN
No.   Player         No-Yds-Lg      MEM         MIZZOU         VU          UF        UGA      LA TECH       ALA         ARK        AUB         NWST        LSU      MSU
2     Wallace                      1-20-20      1-21-21     1-33-33       0-0-0    3-49-20      0-0-0     4-87-29     1-36-36     1-30-30     3-94-77    5-117-37
8     Green                        1-10-10      6-146-30    4-97-29     6-159-42   3-79-43      0-0-0     1-15-15     5-103-33    1-22-22         -        0-0-0
22    McCluster                       -             -           -           -        0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0      2-42-23    1-33-33      1-25-25     1-4-4
24    C. Vaughn                     0-0-0         0-0-0      1-27-27      0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0      0-0-0        0-0-0      0-0-0
32    R. Hicks                     1-10-10        0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0         -           -          -            -          -
85    Hough                         0-0-0         0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0       0-0-0      0-0-0        1-2-2    1-12-12
      Team                         3-40-20      7-167-30    6-157-33    6-159-42   6-128-43     0-0-0     5-102-29    8-181-36    4-88-33     5-121-77   7-133-37
      Opponents                    4-98-48       4-96-32    4-108-33    5-123-55   4-38-12     3-41-19    5-98-35       2-2-2      1-6-6      7-136-35   4-127-98



                                                INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME PUNT RETURN
No.   Player        No-Yds-TLg      MEM          MIZZOU       VU          UF        UGA       LA TECH      ALA         ARK         AUB        NWST         LSU      MSU
8     Green                         0-0-0         0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0      2-0-2       2-0-0     1-(-8)-0    1-(-2)-0     0-0-0         -       2-49-44
13    Sanford                      1-28-0         0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0         -           -        0-0-0       0-0-0      0-0-0
22    McCluster                       -             -          -           -        0-0-0       0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0       2-9-9      4-20-19     0-0-0
      Team                         1-28-0         0-0-0      0-0-0       0-0-0      2-0-2       2-0-0     1-(-8)-0    1-(-2)-0     2-9-9      4-20-19    2-49-44
      Opponents                    1-13-13       3-14-11    1-11-11      1-0-0      0-0-0      3-27-13    2-71-54     2-26-26      2-9-7       2-8-5      0-0-0
                                                                                                                           PAGE 20 – 2007 STATS
                                                   INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES

                    UT-AT-TT
No.   Player        TFL/Sack    MEM      MIZZOU        VU        UF      UGA      LA TECH    ALA       ARK         AUB      NWST      LSU      MSU
11    Palmer                   6-6-12     7-5-12      3-5-8     5-4-9    2-1-3     11-4-15   3-5-9     5-4-9      3-1-4       -       5-1-6
                                3.0/0      0.5/0      1.0/0      0/0      0/0       1.0/0    0.5/0     0.5/0        0/0                0/0
13    Sanford                   5-2-7     8-5-13     7-6-13     2-5-7    3-2-5      0-0-0      -         -        7-4-11    7-6-13   6-4-10
                                0.5/0      1.0/0      1.0/0      0/0     0.5/0       0/0                            0/0      1.5/0    0.5/0
47    Fein                      1-0-1     3-1-4       5-4-9    4-6-10    6-1-7        -       1-0-1    7-6-13    10-6-16     8-0-8    4-5-9
                                 0/0        0/0       1.0/0      0/0      0/0                  0/0       0/0       2.0/0      0/0      0/0
86    Hardy                    8-3-11      5-4-9      2-5-7     4-4-8    1-0-1      4-2-6    9-4-13     4-0-4        -         -      3-0-3
                               2.0/1.0   2.0/1.0     2.5/1.0    1.0/0     0/0      4.0/2.0   4.5/3.0     0/0                         2.0/2.0
45    Phillips                  0-0-0      1-4-5      4-1-5    5-6-11    2-0-2      2-5-7     3-6-9     4-2-6     3-2-5      6-1-7    2-0-2
                                 0/0        0/0        0/0      0.5/0     0/0       0.5/0      0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0      0/0
1     Lewis                     5-3-8      5-4-7      3-4-7     3-3-6    3-0-3      2-3-5     5-2-7     4-2-6     1-0-1     1-1-2     0-1-1
                                 0/0        0/0       1.0/0      0/0    1.0/1.0      0/0       0/0      0.5/0      0/0        0/0      0/0
12    Mouzon                    6-0-6      2-2-4     8-3-11     4-1-5    0-0-0      4-0-4     3-1-4     4-0-4     2-1-3     8-2-10    5-1-6
                                1.0/0       0/0      1.0/1.0    2.0/0     0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0      0/0
20    Brown                     0-1-1      0-1-1      1-0-1     0-0-0    4-0-4      4-2-6     3-4-7     4-3-7    7-4-11      4-3-7    5-1-6
                                 0/0        0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0      1.0/0     1.0/0      0/0        0/0      0/0
98    P. Jerry                  1-1-2      1-2-3      2-1-3     3-1-4    6-2-8      4-1-5     4-2-6     3-1-4     2-1-3      6-1-7    6-2-8
                                 0/0     1.0/1.0      1.0/0     1.0/0    2.5/0      2.0/0    3.0/1.0   1.0/1.0   1.0/1.0     1.0/0    0.5/0
24    C. Vaughn                 2-0-2      0-1-1      2-3-5     5-3-8    4-0-4      1-2-3     2-4-6     1-0-1     5-1-6      3-1-4    7-0-7
                                 0/0        0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0      0/0
92    Tillman                   3-2-5      1-3-4      4-2-6     1-3-4    2-1-3      2-1-3     0-2-2     2-1-3     3-1-4     1-2-3     3-0-3
                                 0/0       0.5/0      0.5/0      0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0      1.0/0     1.0/0      0.5/0    1.0/0
41    Thomas                    0-0-0      2-1-3      0-0-0     3-0-3    2-0-2      3-3-6    5-6-11     0-1-1     0-0-0     3-0-3     0-0-0
                                 0/0        0/0        0/0       0/0    1.0/1.0      0/0      1.0/0      0/0       0/0        0/0      0/0
5     Jackson                   6-2-8      5-2-7      0-0-0     0-0-0    2-0-2      3-2-5     2-0-2     1-0-1     0-0-0      0-0-0    0-0-0
                                 0/0        0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0      0/0
53    Strong                    3-2-5      2-2-4      2-1-3     1-2-3    1-0-1      0-1-1       -       0-0-0     0-0-0        -      1-0-1
                                 0/0        0/0       1.0/0      0/0      0/0        0/0                 0/0       0/0                 0/0
28    Banks                     2-0-2      1-0-1      0-0-0     0-0-0    4-0-4      1-0-1    0-3-3      1-0-1     0-0-0      2-0-2    0-0-0
                                 0/0        0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0        0/0      0/0
9     Walker                    0-0-0        -        0-0-0    1-0-1     1-0-1      1-1-2    0-0-0      2-4-6     0-0-0      1-2-3    0-0-0
                                 0/0         -         0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0        0/0      0/0
42    Cornell                   4-4-8      1-0-1        -         -        -          -        -          -         -          -        -
                                 0/0        0/0
33    Turner                    1-0-1      0-0-0     0-0-0     0-0-0    0-0-0      1-2-3      0-0-0    2-2-4      0-0-0     0-0-0    0-0-0
                                 0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0        0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0
56    DeLoach                   1-0-1      0-0-0     0-0-0       -        -          -        0-0-0      -        4-2-6     0-1-1    1-0-1
                                 0/0        0/0       0/0                                      0/0                0.5/0      0/0     1.0/0
90    Jenkins                   0-0-0      0-0-0     1-0-1     0-1-1    1-2-3      0-1-1      0-0-0    0-2-2      1-1-2     0-0-0    0-0-0
                                 0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0        0/0     1.0/0       0/0       0/0      0/0
54    Garrett                   3-0-3      0-0-0     1-0-1     0-1-1      -        0-1-1      1-0-1    0-0-0        -         -      1-0-1
                                1.0/0       0/0       0/0       0/0                0.5/0     0.0/0.0    0/0                           0/0
48    Brumfield                   -          -       0-2-2       -      0-0-0      0-0-0      4-0-4    0-1-1      0-0-0      0-0-0   0-0-0
                                                      0/0                0/0        0/0        0/0      0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
40    Lockett                     -         -          -       0-0-0    4-1-5      1-1-2      0-0-0      -        0-0-0      0-0-0     -
                                                                0/0      0/0       1.0/0       0/0                 0/0        0/0
96    Scott                       -         -           -        -      1-0-1      0-1-1        -         -       2-2-4      1-0-1      -
                                                                         0/0        0/0                           2.5/0       0/0
35    Ingram                    0-0-0       -        0-0-0     1-0-1    0-0-0      3-1-4     0-0-0     0-0-0        -          -        -
                                 0/0                  0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0
72    Geralds                   3-1-4     0-0-0        -         -        -          -         -         -          -          -        -
                               1.5/1.0     0/0
32    R. Hicks                  1-0-1     0-2-2      0-0-0     0-0-0    0-0-0      0-0-0        -         -         -          -        -
                                 0/0       0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0
93    Shene                     0-0-0     0-0-0      0-0-0     2-0-2    0-0-0      0-0-0     0-0-0     0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0   0-0-0
                                 0/0       0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
85    Hough                     0-0-0     0-0-0      0-1-1     0-0-0    0-0-0      1-1-2     0-0-0     1-0-1      1-0-1      2-0-2   0-0-0
                                 0/0       0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
21    Breaux                    1-0-1     0-0-0      0-0-0     0-0-0    0-0-0      1-0-1     0-0-0       -          -        0-0-0     -
                                 0/0       0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0                             0/0
25    Eason                     0-0-0     0-0-0      1-0-1     0-0-0    0-0-0        -       1-0-1     0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0   0-0-0
                                 0/0       0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0                  0/0       0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
8     Green                     0-0-0     0-0-0      1-0-1     0-0-0    0-0-0      0-0-0     0-0-0     0-0-0      0-0-0        -     0-0-0
                                 0/0       0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0                ./0
31    Albarracian               0-0-0     0-1-1        -         -        -        0-0-0       -         -          -          -       -
                                 0/0       0/0                                      0/0
23    Hall                      0-0-0     0-1-1         -      0-0-0    0-0-0      0-0-0     0-0-0     0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0   1-0-1
                                 0/0       0/0                  0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
89    Zettergren                0-0-0     0-1-1         -        -      0-0-0      0-0-0     0-0-0       -          -          -     0-0-0
                                 0/0       0/0                           0/0        0/0       0/0                                     0/0
6     Green-Ellis               0-0-0     0-0-0      0-0-0     0-0-0    0-0-0      0-0-0     0-0-0     0-1-1      0-0-0      0-0-0   0-0-0
                                 0/0       0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
55    Hargroder                   -         -          -         -      1-0-1        -         -         -          -          -       -
                                                                         0/0
22    McCluster                   -         -           -        -      1-0-1      0-0-0     0-0-0     0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0   1-0-1
                                                                         0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
68    Powers                   0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0     0-0-0    0-0-0      1-0-1     0-0-0     0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0   0-0-0
                                0/0        0/0        0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
95    Bowers                     -          -        0-0-0     0-0-0    0-0-0      0-0-0     0-1-1     0-0-0      0-0-0      0-0-0   0-0-0
                                                      0/0       0/0      0/0        0/0       0/0       0/0        0/0        0/0     0/0
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                                              TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Total Offense            MEM      MIZZOU      VU        UF       UGA      LA TECH    ALA       ARK        AUB       NWST      LSU     MSU
Yards             UM     275       534       262       390       386       232       420        279       193        387      466
                  Opp    467       548       383       507       472       301       378        437       420        499      396
Total Plays       UM     59        79        54        53        68        55        71         68        57         58       67
                  Opp    96         80       75        79        67        79        80         72        74         77       65
Avg/Play          UM     4.7       6.8       4.9       7.4       5.7       4.2       5.9        4.1       4.4        6.7      7.0
                  Opp    4.9       6.9       5.1       6.4       7.0       3.8       4.7        6.1       7.3        6.5      6.1
Rushing
Yards             UM      74       229       183        80       158        65       136         97        70        210      201
                  Opp    124       218       54        246       328       150       113        293       231        194      228
Carries           UM      29        38        49        21        33        23        31         35        29         30       28
                  Opp    35         37       32        45        45        48        40         54        48         43       40
TDs               UM       0         1         0         0         1         0         1          0         0          3        1
                  Opp     2         0         4         2         5          0         3          2         1          2        4
Passing
Yards             UM     201       305       208       310       228       167       284       182        123        177     265
                  Opp    343       330       200       261       144       151       265       144        189        305     168
Attempts          UM      30        41        22        32        35        32        40        34         28         28      39
                  Opp     60        43        26        34        20        31        40        18         26         34      25
Completions       UM      19        23        11        19        24        16        22        14         14         10      17
                  Opp     41        31        18        20        13        17        26        12         16         24      17
Comp. %           UM     63.3      56.1      50.0      59.4      68.5      50.0      55.0      41.2       50.0       35.7    43.6
                  Opp    68.3      72.1      69.2      58.8      65.0      53.1      65.0      66.7       61.5       70.5    68.0
TDs               UM       1         3         2         2         1         2         2         1          0          1       1
                  Opp      1         5         0         2         1         0         0         4          1          2       0
Had Intercepted   UM       0         1         1         1         1         3         3         4          1          1       3
                  Opp      4         0         0         0         0         0         1         1          0          1       0
First Downs
Total             UM       19        26        13        18        20        13        19         20        15         15      25
                  Opp      30        29        25        28        27        16        27         23        22         24      21
Rushing           UM        4        11         6         4        10         2         5          9         5          8      11
                  Opp       9        11        12        15        15         9        10         14        13          9      12
Passing           UM       12        14         6        10        10         8        14          8         8          7      11
                  Opp      19        17        13        13         9         6        15          8         9         14       9
Penalty           UM        3         1         1         4         0         3         0          3         2          0       3
                  Opp       2         1         0         0         3         1         2          1         0          1       0
Time of           UM     26:49     31:09     25:10     24:39     32:03     25:00     29:59      30:18     23:37      22:19   29:04
Possession        Opp    33:11     28:51     34:50     35:21     27:57     35:00     30:01      29:42     36:23      37:41   30:56
Third Down        UM    4 of 10   7 of 15   5 of 13   2 of 11   6 of 14   6 of 15   4 of 12    5 of 14   6 of 14    4 of 13 5 of 10
                  Opp   6 of 16   9 of 16   7 of 15   8 of 15   5 of 10   4 of 17   9 of 16   10 of 15   8 of 16    4 of 16 4 of 11
Fourth Down       UM     0 of 1    1 of 2    1 of 4    0 of 1    2 of 3    0 of 0    2 of 3     1 of 3    0 of 1     3 of 3  0 of 0
                  Opp    2 of 3    0 of 0    3 of 4    1 of 1    1 of 2   1 of 3     0 of 1    0 of 1    2 of 2      3 of 3  1 of 1
Punting           UM     3-143     5-197      2-78     3-125      2-59     8-271     3-150      4-141     7-283      6-246   4-160
                  Opp     3-75     5-180      2-93     4-148      2-90     8-296      3-86       2-74     4-162      5-214   4-166
Fumbles           UM       3-3       1-1       1-0      1-0        1-1      0-0        1-0        0-0       1-0        0-0     1-1
                  Opp      1-1       0-0       2-1      0-0        0-0      4-2        2-1        1-0      2-1        0-0     0-0
Penalties         UM      6-35      5-31      2-15     10-70      9-77      4-30      6-47       6-30      7-60       8-60    8-74
                  Opp     7-46      4-12      5-49    14-127      3-15    13-117      3-19       5-55      7-57       7-57    9-66
Punt Returns      UM    1-28-1     0-0-0     0-0-0     0-0-0     2-0-0     2-0-0    2-15-0    1-(-2)-0    2-9-0      4-20-0 2-49-1
                  Opp   1-13-0    3-14-0     1-11-0    1-0-0     0-0-0    3-27-0    2-71-0     2-26-0     2-9-0      2-8-0   0-0-0
Kickoff Returns   UM    3-40-0    7-167-0   6-157-0   6-159-0   6-128-0    0-0-0    5-102-0   8-181-0    4-88-0     5-121-0 7-133-0
                  Opp   4-93-0    4-96-0     4-108    5-123-0     4-38    3-41-0     5-98-0     1-2-0     1-6-0     7-136-0 4-127-1
Sacks By          UM        2         1         2         0         2         3         4          1         1          0       3
                  Opp       2         1         6         2         0         2         4          6         3          0       1
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                 2007 BREAKDOWN                                                                                                                     SCORING DRIVES
                                                                                                                 vs. MEMPHIS                                                                           vs. ALABAMA
                                                                             Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result              Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result
Category                                                            2007     Ole Miss 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . .92 . . . . .5:19 . . . . . . . .TD    Ole Miss 20 . . . . . . . . . . . .9 . . . . . .80 . . . . .4:48 . . . . . . . .TD
Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-8    Memphis 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . .0 . . . . . .0:00 . . . . . . . .TD   Ole Miss 31 . . . . . . . . . . .15 . . . . . .64 . . . . .6:24 . . . . . . . .FG
SEC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-7   Memphis 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . .0 . . . . . .0:00 . . . . . . . .TD   Ole Miss 31 . . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . .69 . . . . .1:46 . . . . . . . .TD
                                                                             Memphis 22 . . . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . . .9 . . . . . .2:23 . . . . . . . .FG    Alabama 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 . . . . . . .8 . . . . . .2:02 . . . . . . . .TD
   vs. SEC West . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-4
   vs. SEC East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-3                                           vs. MISSOURI                                                                          vs. ARKANSAS
Non-Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1            Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result              Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result
   vs. Conference USA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0               Ole Miss 29 . . . . . . . . . . . .9 . . . . . .71 . . . . .3:07 . . . . . . . .TD      Ole Miss 24 . . . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . .76 . . . . .2:34 . . . . . . . .TD
                                                                             Ole Miss 25 . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . .75 . . . . .0:47 . . . . . . . .TD
   vs. Big 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1       Ole Miss 29 . . . . . . . . . . .13 . . . . . .71 . . . . .5:10 . . . . . . . .TD                                         vs. AUBURN
   vs. WAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0        Ole Miss 25 . . . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . .75 . . . . .1:51 . . . . . . . .TD      Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result
   vs. Southland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0                                                                                                  Ole Miss 10 . . . . . . . . . . .14 . . . . . .56 . . . . .3:57 . . . . . . . .FG
Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5                                    vs. VANDERBILT
                                                                             Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result                                    vs. NORTHWESTERN STATE
Away . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3    Ole Miss 31 . . . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . .53 . . . . .2:51 . . . . . . . .FG      Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result
Day Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-6         Ole Miss 32 . . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . .68 . . . . .2:06 . . . . . . . .TD      Ole Miss 41 . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . .59 . . . . .0:16 . . . . . . . .TD
Night Games (6 p.m. start or later) . . . . . . . . . .0-2                   Ole Miss 33 . . . . . . . . . . . .5 . . . . . .67 . . . . .2:57 . . . . . . . .TD      Ole Miss 26 . . . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . .68 . . . . .1:57 . . . . . . . .FG
vs. Top 25 teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-4                                                                                                  Ole Miss 25 . . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . .75 . . . . .1:19 . . . . . . . .TD
                                                                                                                 vs. FLORIDA                                         NW ST. 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . .0 . . . . . .0:00 . . . . . . . .TD
TV games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3        Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result              NW ST. 42 . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 . . . . . .42 . . . . .2:33 . . . . . . . .TD
   on CBS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1       Ole Miss 41 . . . . . . . . . . . .9 . . . . . .37 . . . . .4:36 . . . . . . . .FG      NW ST. 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . .4 . . . . . .0:05 . . . . . . . .TD
   on Lincoln Financial Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2                Ole Miss 47 . . . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . .38 . . . . .2:55 . . . . . . . .FG
   on CSS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0       Ole Miss 29 . . . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . .67 . . . . .2:02 . . . . . . . .FG                                               vs. LSU
                                                                             Ole Miss 41 . . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . .59 . . . . .2:30 . . . . . . . .TD      Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result
When scoring first . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2          Ole Miss 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . .96 . . . . .0:35 . . . . . . . .TD     LSU 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . .0 . . . . . .0:00 . . . . . . . .TD
When opponents score first . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-6                                                                                                          Ole Miss 26 . . . . . . . . . . . .9 . . . . . .68 . . . . .3:19 . . . . . . . .FG
When leading at halftime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0                                                vs. GEORGIA                                           Ole Miss 30 . . . . . . . . . . . .7 . . . . . .70 . . . . .2:25 . . . . . . . .TD
When trailing at halftime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-8             Started at . . . . . . . . . . .Plays . . .Yards . . .Time . . . . .Result              Ole Miss 32 . . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . .68 . . . . .0:50 . . . . . . . .TD
                                                                             Ole Miss 14 . . . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . .86 . . . . .3:04 . . . . . . . .TD
When tied at halftime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0             Ole Miss 30 . . . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . .58 . . . . .3:32 . . . . . . . .FG
When leading after third quarter . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1                  Ole Miss 16 . . . . . . . . . . .18 . . . . . .84 . . . . .9:07 . . . . . . . .TD
When trailing after third quarter . . . . . . . . . . . .0-7
When tied after third quarter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0
In overtime games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0
When scoring less than 20 points . . . . . . . . . . .0-4
When scoring 20+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4                                                                             CHARTING THE BIG PLAYS
When scoring 30+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0
                                                                                                           — RUSHING —                                                                           — RECEIVING —
When allowing less than 20 points . . . . . . . . . .1-2                       Player                10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total                               Player                 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total
When allowing 20+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-7                  Green-Ellis              12     4     1     1   1   19                                Hodge                     13     2     3     1   -   19
When allowing 30+ points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-6                  Hall                      5     2     -     -   -    7                                Wallace                    6     2     2     4   3   17
When rushing for <100 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4                     Schaeffer                 3     1     1     -   -    5                                Green                     10     1     1     -   -   12
When rushing for 100+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-4                     McCluster                 -     1     -     -   -    1                                Hicks                      4     3     -     -   1    8
When rushing for 200+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2                     Green                     1     -     -     -   -    1                                McCluster                  5     1     -     1   -    7
When passing for 200+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-4                     TOTAL                    21     8     2     1   1   33                                Cook                       5     -     -     -   -    5
When passing for 250+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-3                                                                                                           Hough                      2     1     -     -   -    3
When passing for 300+ yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1                                                 — PASSING —                                               Hall                       2     -     1     -   -    3
                                                                               Player                10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total                               Lane                       2     -     -     -   -    2
When totaling <300 yds total offense . . . . . . . .2-3
                                                                               Adams                    44     9     4     5   3   65                                Hardy                      1     -     -     -   -    1
When gaining 300+ yds total offense. . . . . . . . .1-5                        Schaeffer                 6     1     3     1   1   12                                TOTAL                     50    10     7     6   4   77
When allowing <100 yds rushing . . . . . . . . . . .0-0                        TOTAL                    50    10     7     6   4   77
When allowing 100+ yds rushing . . . . . . . . . . .3-8
When allowing 200+ yds rushing . . . . . . . . . . .0-6
When allowing <200 yds passing . . . . . . . . . . .1-4
When allowing 200+ yards passing . . . . . . . . .2-4
When allowing 250+ yards passing . . . . . . . . .2-3
                                                                                                                                                    IN THE RED ZONE
When allowing 300+ yards passing . . . . . . . . .2-1                              When the offense moves the ball inside the opponent’s 20-yard line, the offense is considered to be in the “red zone,” and in
When allowing <300 yds total offense . . . . . . .0-0                        prime scoring position. The following chart shows how the Rebel offense performed inside the “red zone” during the 2007 season:
When allowing 300+ yds total offense . . . . . . .3-8                        Game                                                   Chances TD FG     TO         Downs            Missed FG            Half
                                                                             Memphis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5      1  1      1             1                 1                 0
When having a 100-yard rusher . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3                     Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4   3  0      1             0                 0                 0
When opp. have a 100-yard rusher . . . . . . . . .1-4                        Vanderbilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2   0  1      0             0                 1                 0
When having no turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0                  Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5  1  3      0             0                 1                 0
                                                                             Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4    1  1      1             1                 0                 0
When having less than 3 turnovers . . . . . . . . . .1-6                     Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3       1  1      1             0                 0                 0
When having 3 or more turnovers . . . . . . . . . . .2-2                     Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5    3  1      0             0                 1                 0
When having no takeaways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-3                    Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1     0  0      1             0                 0                 0
                                                                             Auburn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1   0  0      1             0                 0                 0
When having <3 takeaways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5                    Northwestern State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3           3  0      0             0                 0                 0
When having 3 or more takeaways . . . . . . . . . .1-0                       LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3  0  1      2             0                 0                 0
When having more than 30:00 TOP . . . . . . . . .0-4                         Mississippi State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
When having less than 30:00 TOP . . . . . . . . . .3-4                       Totals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 13  9      8             2                 4                 0
                                                                             Opp. Totals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52      30  9      4             2                 4                 3

                                                                             Ole Miss Scoring Percentage: .611 (22-of-36)                                                           Ole Miss Points Scored: 116
                                                                             Opponents Scoring Percentage: .750 (39-of-52)                                                          Opponents Points Scored: 237
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                                                                                      MISCELLANEOUS REBEL RECORDS
THE LAST TIME OLE MISS HAD . . .                                                                                                  Had a punt blocked for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alabama, 2003
                                                                                                                                  Had a kickoff returned for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LSU, 2007
30 or more first downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wyoming, 2004 (35)
                                                                                                                                  Had an interception returned for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas, 2005
500 yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Auburn, 1951 (515)
                                                                                                                                  Missed a PAT kick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, 2007
400 yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tennessee, 1977 (433)
                                                                                                                                  Had a PAT kick blocked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vanderbilt, 2005
300 yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LSU, 1999 (323)
                                                                                                                                  Blocked an opponent’s PAT kick . . . . . .LSU, 2006 (John Jerry blocked C. David’s attempt)
200 yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LSU, 2007 (201)
                                                                                                                                  A successful two-point conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas, 2007
400 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas Tech, 2003 (409)
                                                                                                                                   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Mike Wallace pass from Brent Scheaffer, 4th quarter)
300 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Florida, 2007 (310)
                                                                                                                                  Had a field goal attempt blocked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kentucky, 2005
600 yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Louisiana-Monroe, 2003 (612)
                                                                                                                                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Matt Hinkle’s 44-yard attempt)
500 yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Missouri, 2007 (534)
                                                                                                                                  Had two field goal attempts blocked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kentucky, 2005
90 plays total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wyoming, 2004 (100)
                                                                                                                                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Robert Bass’ 39-yd attempt, Matt Hinkle’s 44-yard attempt)
Four passes intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas, 2007 (4)
                                                                                                                                  Gained a first down off a fake field goal attempt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Georgia, 1995
Four pass interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, 2007 (4)
                                                                                                                                  Gained a first down off a fake punt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vanderbilt, 2007
10 penalties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Florida, 2007 (10)
                                                                                                                                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Jamarca Sanford 5-yard run)
100 yards in penalties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Auburn, 2004 (104)
                                                                                                                                  Recovered an onside kick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LSU, 2006 (Jamarca Sanford)
50 points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas State, 2003 (55)
                                                                                                                                  Shut out an opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Louisiana Tech, 2007 (24-0)
99 yard scoring drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis State, 1989 (12 plays)
                                                                                                                                  Was shut out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas, 1998 (34-0)
90-plus yard scoring drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Florida, 2007
                                                                                                                                  Played an overtime game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LSU, 2006 (L, 20-23)
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(95 yards, 2 plays; Mike Wallace 77 yd pass from Seth Adams)
                                                                                                                                  Scored a safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .South Carolina, 2003
                                                                                                                                   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Dondrial Pinkins called for intentional grounding in the end zone)
THE LAST TIME OLE MISS HELD ITS OPPONENT TO . . .                                                                                 Scored 2 safeties in the same game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northern Illinois, 1993 (team)
Less than 10 first downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Citadel, 2005 (4)           Gave up a safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LSU, 2005
10 first downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mississippi State, 2006 (10)          Had no turnovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mississippi State, 2006
Negative yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, 1999 (-8)              Defeated a nationally ranked team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .South Carolina, 2004
10 yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Georgia, 1993 (1)           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(31-28, (#25 Associated Press)
Zero yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alabama, 1988         Was ranked in top 25 . . . . . . . . . . . .2003 Final (#13 AP; #14 ESPN/USA Today Coaches)
No pass completions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alabama, 1988            Ended the year ranked in top 25 . . . . . . . . .2003 (#13 AP/#14 ESPN/USA Today Coaches)
10 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Georgia, 1977 (7)
10 pass attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wake Forest, 2006 (5)             THE LAST TIME AN OLE MISS PLAYER . . .
Zero yards total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sewanee, 1938
                                                                                                                                  Rushed 30 times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BenJarvus Green-Ellis vs. Missouri, 2007 (33)
50 yards (or less) total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mississippi State, 1966 (42)
                                                                                                                                  Rushed 25 times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BenJarvus Green-Ellis vs. Missouri, 2007 (33)
75 yards (or less) total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vanderbilt, 1993 (51)
                                                                                                                                  Rushed for 200 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BenJarvus Green-Ellis vs. Missouri, 2007 (226)
150 yards (or less) total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Citadel, 2005 (81)
                                                                                                                                  Rushed for 150 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BenJarvus Green-Ellis vs. Missouri, 2007 (226)
200 yards (or less) total offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mississippi State, 2006 (200)
                                                                                                                                  Rushed for 100 yards . . . . . . . .BenJarvus Green-Ellis vs. Northwestern State, 2007 (120)
No touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Louisiana Tech, 2007 (0 points)
                                                                                                                                  Passed for 400 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eli Manning vs. Texas Tech, 2003 (409)
                                                                                                                                  Passed for 300 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Seth Adams vs. Florida, 2007 (302)
THE LAST TIME OLE MISS . . .                                                                                                      Attempted 50 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eli Manning vs. Arkansas, 2002 (56)
Had two passers throw for 100 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .West Virginia, 2000                      Attempted 40 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Seth Adams vs. Alabama, 2007 (40)
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Romaro Miller 221, Eli Manning 167)         Attempted 30 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Seth Adams vs. Louisiana Tech, 2007 (32)
Had two passers complete 10 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Auburn, 2005                      Completed 30 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eli Manning vs. South Carolina, 2003 (30)
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Micheal Spurlock, 10-18, Ethan Flatt, 11-17)            Completed 20 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Seth Adams vs. Alabama, 2007 (22)
Had two runners rush for 100 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Georgia, 1999                   Passed for 4 or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eli Manning vs. Memphis, 2003 (4)
   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Deuce McAllister 104, Joe Gunn 103)          Threw 3 or more interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Seth Adamsvs. Arkansas, 2007 (4)
Had two receivers over 100 receiving yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Louisiana-Monroe, 2003                              Had 400 yards Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eli Manning vs. Texas Tech, 2003 (411)
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Chris Collins 121, Taye Biddle 105)       Had 300 yards Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Seth Adams vs. Missouri, 2007 (305)
Had two receivers catch 10 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arkansas, 2002                     Had 250 All-Purpose Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dexter McCluster vs. Memphis, 2006 (268)
   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Bill Flowers 11, Chris Collins 10)   Had 200 All-Purpose Yards . . . . . . . . . . .BenJarvus Green-Ellis (226) vs. Missouri, 2007 &
Had four receivers catch five passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Georgia, 1997                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marshay Green (208) vs. Missouri, 2007
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(John Avery 8, Andre Rone 6, Cory Peterson 6, Rufus French 5)                           Caught 10 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Espy (10) vs. Tennessee, 2005
Had three receivers catch five passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Missouri, 2007                   Caught 9 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Espy (9) vs. Auburn, 2005
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Mike Wallace 7, Marshay Green 5, Shay Hodge 5)                    Had 100 receiving yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Wallace (139) vs. Vanderbilt, 2007
Had two receivers catch five passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Missouri, 2007                   Scored 10 points kicking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Joshua Shene vs. Alabama, 2006 (11)
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Mike Wallace 7, Marshay Green 5, Shay Hodge 5)                    Scored 3 touchdowns rushing . . . .BenJarvus Green-Ellis vs. Northwestern State, 2007 (3)
Had a 100-yard rusher and a 100-yard receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Missouri, 2007                           Scored 3 touchdowns receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chris Collins vs. Auburn, 2002 (3)
 . . . . . . . . . . .(BenJarvus Green-Ellis 226 yards rushing/Mike Wallace 136 yards receiving)                                  Intercepted 3 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Don Price vs. Vanderbilt, 1986 (3)
Returned a punt for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LSU, 2007 (Marshay Green, 44 yards)                             Intercepted 2 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dustin Mouzon vs. Memphis, 2007 (2)
Returned a kickoff for a TD . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State, 2007 (Mike Wallace, 77 yards)                                    Forced 3 fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rory Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 2006 (3)
Returned an interception for a TD . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, 2007 (Dustin Mouzon, 99 yards)                                    Recovered 2 fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rory Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 2006 (2)
Returned two interceptions for TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northern Illinois, 1993                   Punted for a 70-yard game average . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bill Smith vs. So. Miss., 1984 (2-84.5)
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Alundis Brice, 37 yards; Antonious Bonner, 46 yards)                  Kicked a 45-yard Field Goal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Joshua Shene vs. LSU, 2006 (45)
Returned a fumble for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Citadel, 2005 (Travis Johnson, 16 yards)                              Kicked a 50-yard Field Goal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Joshua Shene vs. Auburn, 2007 (51)
Recovered a fumble for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SMU, 1998 (Michael Boone)                          Kicked five field goals in game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jonathan Nichols vs. Texas Tech, 2003
Blocked a punt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alabama, 2007 (Dustin Mouzon)                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(39, 29, 33, 25, 33, 24)
Blocked a punt for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Memphis, 2007            Kicked four field goals in a game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jonathan Nichols vs. Wyoming, 2004
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Kendrick Lewis recovered Brandon Sutherland’s blocked punt)                           . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(37, 26, 30, 43)
Blocked an opponents’ FG attempt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Louisiana Tech, 2007
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Brandon Jenkins blocked D. Horwedel’s 36-yard attempt)
Blocked an opponents’ FG attempt for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Louisiana Tech, 2007
(Brandon Jenkins blocked D. Horwedel’s 36-yard attempt, Dustin Mouzon 55-yard return)
Had a punt blocked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alabama, 2003
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                 OLE MISS 23, MEMPHIS 21                                                                 MISSOURI 38, OLE MISS 25
                  Game #1 • September 1, 2007                                                             Game #2 • September 8, 2007
   Attendance: 45,457 • Liberty Bowl Stadium • Memphis, Tenn.                            Attendance: 50,897 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.
   MEMPHIS (AP) - Dustin Mouzon returned one of his two interceptions 99 yards             OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Despite its best offensive showing in four years, Ole
for a touchdown and Ole Miss stopped Memphis' potential game-tying 2-point con-         Miss could not complete a second-half rally in a 38-25 loss to Missouri in the
version with 31 seconds left in a 23-21 victory Saturday.                               home opener.
   Martin Hankins connected with Duke Calhoun on an 8-yard touchdown to pull               BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 226 yards and Seth Adams threw for 305
Memphis within two points. But Hankins' pass was incomplete as Ole Miss (1-0) won       and three TDs, as the senior duo turned career days for the the Rebels (1-1).
its third straight in the series that dates to 1921. Rebel coach Ed Orgeron has never      Chase Daniel accounted for a career-high 396 total yards and threw five
lost to the Tigers.                                                                     touchdowns passes as Missouri sprinted to a 28-point lead then held on for the
   Seth Adams threw for 201 yards and another touchdown for the Rebels.
                                                                                        win.
   Hankins finished with 343 yards on 41-of-60 passing.
                                                                                           The Tigers (2-0) built a halftime lead of 28-7 with four touchdowns and 245
   Mouzon's scoring return late in the first half was one of two Ole Miss touchdowns
not by the offense. The Rebels' special teams got on the board in the first half when
                                                                                        yards passing. Daniel then seemed to put the Rebels away with a 38-yard
they blocked a Memphis punt and recovered the loose ball in the end zone.               touchdown pass to Greg Bracey just 1:12 into the third quarter that gave the
   Turnovers were aplenty as Memphis (0-1) committed five and the Rebels had            Tigers a 35-7 lead.
three fumbles.                                                                             But Adams led the Rebels' push, completing 23 of 41 passes in his second
   Ole Miss led 20-0 at the half. Adams completed his first seven passes, one of        start. His scoring passes of 68 yards to Mike Wallace and 3 yards to Greg
them a 16-yard scoring toss to Greg Hardy on the first Ole Miss possession.             Hardy in the third quarter cut Missouri's lead to 38-19.
   Mouzon was providing the defensive strength for Ole Miss, intercepting Hankins          Green-Ellis cut it to 38-25 with a 2-yard touchdown run early in the fourth
twice and recovering a fumble. On the second interception, Mouzon stepped in front      quarter. But failed conversions cost Ole Miss 5 points, and the Rebels couldn't
of Calhoun near the end zone, and sprinted down the left sideline for a touchdown       overcome their first-half mistakes, including Green-Ellis' fumble at the Missouri
late in the half.                                                                       7.
   Between Hardy's touchdown catch and Mouzon's return, the Rebels benefited               Ole Miss’ 534 total yards is the most in the Ed Orgeron era, and the most
from another Tigers' mistake. Jamarca Sanford blocked a Memphis punt and the ball       since 567 total yards against Wyoming in 2004. Wallace joined in the career
was recovered in the end zone by Kendrick Lewis for an Ole Miss touchdown.              performances with 136 receiving yards on 7 receptions, while Hardy recorded
   Memphis rallied in the second half as Joseph Doss scored on a 1-yard run late in     a TD catch for the third straight game. All three of his career grabs have gone
the third period, and reserve quarterback Matt Malouf added a 4-yard run in the         for scores.
fourth to set the stage for the final Memphis drive and Calhoun's touchdown catch.

Ole Miss               7          13            3           0         —           23    Missouri               0          28           10           0         —         38
Memphis                0           0            7          14         —           21    Ole Miss               0           7           12           6         —         25

1st Quarter                                                                             2nd Quarter
 7:09     UM         G. Hardy 16-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)                  14:55     MU         W. Franklin 10-yd pass from C. Daniel (J. Wolfert kick)
2nd Quarter                                                                              9:52     MU         W. Franklin 40-yd pass from C. Daniel (J. Wolfert kick)
 3:41     UM         K. Lewis 0-yd blocked punt return (J. Shene kick)                   4:24     MU         M. Rucker 40-yd pass from C. Daniel (J. Wolfert kick)
 0:31     UM         D. Mouzon 99-yd interception return (J. Shene kick failed)          1:09     UM         S. Hodge 5-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)
3rd Quarter                                                                              0:04     MU         C. Coffman 7-yd pass from C. Daniel (J. Wolfert kick)
 3:46     UM         J. Shene 30-yd FG                                                  3rd Quarter
 1:28     MEM        J. Doss 1-yd run (M. Reagan kick)                                  13:48     UM         G. Bracey 37-yd pass from C. Daniel (J. Wolfert kick)
4th Quarter                                                                             12:55     UM         M. Wallace 68-yd pass from S. Adams (R. Park pass fails)
10:16     MEM        M. Malouf 4-yd run (D. Calhoun pass from M. Hankins)                9:40     MU         J. Wolfert 27-yd FG
 0:31     MEM        D. Calhoun 8-yd pass from M. Hankins (M. Hankins pass)              4:24     UM         G. Hardy 3-yd pass from S. Adams (S. Adams pass fails)
                                                                                        4th Quarter
                                                                                        14:56     UM         B. Green-Ellis 2-yd run (S. Adams pass fails)
Team Stats           UM         MEM           Individual Leaders

First Downs          19         30            Rushing                                   Team Stats           MU         UM            Individual Leaders
Rushes-Yards         29-74      35-124        UM:      B. Green-Ellis, 23-79
Passing Yards        201        343                    B. Hall, 2-4                     First Downs          29         26            Rushing
   Att.-Comp.-Int.   30-19-0    61-41-4       MEM:     J. Doss, 14-59                   Rushes-Yards         37-218     38-229        UM:      B. Green-Ellis, 33-226
Total Plays-Yards    59-275     96-467                 T.J. Pitts, 10-39                Passing Yards        330        305                    M. Green, 1-5
Fumbles-Lost         3-3        1-1           Passing                                      Att.-Comp.-Int.   43-31-0    41-23-1       MU:      J. Doss, 14-59
Penalties-Yards      6-35       7-46          UM:      S. Adams, 30-19-0-201            Total Plays-Yards    80-548     79-534                 T.J. Pitts, 10-39
Punts-Average        3-47.7     3-25.0        MEM:     M. Hankins, 60-41-4-343          Fumbles-Lost         0-0        0-0           Passing
Punt Returns         1-28       1-13          Receiving                                 Penalties-Yards      4-12       5-31          UM:      S. Adams, 41-23-1-305
KO Returns           5-263      3-137         UM:      M. Green, 5-59                   Punts-Average        5-36.0     5-39.4        MU:      C. Daniel, 42-31-0-330
Interceptions        4-133-1    0-0-0                  M. Wallace, 4-48                 Punt Returns         3-14       0-0           Receiving
Possession Time      26:49      33:11         MEM:     D. Calhoun, 10-87                KO Returns           7-465      5-264         UM:      M. Wallace, 7-136
3rd Down Conv.       4-10       6-16                   C. Singleton, 8-91               Interceptions        1-0        0-0                    M. Green, 5-57
4th Down Conv.       0-1        2-3                                                     Possession Time      28:27      31:09         MU:      W. Franklin, 8-105
Sacks By-Yards       2-6        2-9                                                     3rd Down Conv.       9-16       7-15                   J. Maclin, 7-52
                                                                                        4th Down Conv.       0-0        1-2
                                                                                        Sacks By-Yards       1-12       1-11
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                VANDERBILT 31, OLE MISS 17                                                            #3 FLORIDA 30, OLE MISS 24
                  Game #3 • September 15, 2007                                                         Game #4 • September 22, 2007
     Attendance: 34,180 • Vanderbilt Stadium • Nashville, Tenn.                        Attendance: 55,032 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.
   NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Despite two touchdown catches by Mike Wallace,               OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Florida's last trip to Oxford resulted in a Rebel upset of
Ole Miss could not hold off a balanced Vanderbilt offense in a 31-17 road loss        the No. 6 Gators in 2002. Ole Miss nearly pulled a repeat performance but fell just
in the Rebels' SEC opener. Wallace posted his second straight 100-yard receiv-        short in a 30-24 Florida win.
ing game with 139, including 54 yards on a fourth-quarter scoring toss from              Tim Tebow passed for two touchdowns, ran for two more and set a school record
Brent Schaeffer.                                                                      for quarterbacks with 166 yards rushing to help No. 3 Florida (4-0, 2-0) hold off the
                                                                                      Rebels (1-3, 0-2).
   Chris Nickson threw for 200 yards and ran for 78 more and a touchdown to
                                                                                         Ole Miss rallied to cut Florida's advantage to 27-24 on Seth Adams' 71-yard
lead Vanderbilt. Cassen Jackson-Garrison had three touchdowns and 127
                                                                                      touchdown pass to Mike Wallace with 7 seconds left in the third quarter. But Tony
yards rushing, and the Commodores (2-1) improved to 1-1 in the Southeastern           Joiner ended the rally when he picked off a pass by Adams on the Rebels' next
Conference, while the Rebels (1-2) dropped their league opener for the fourth         drive. Their final drive ended when they failed to make a first down on a fake punt.
consecutive year. Ole Miss fell to 46-34-2 against Vanderbilt.                           Tebow answered with 37 yards rushing on a 12-play, 53-yard drive that consumed
   Schaeffer relieved Seth Adams in the fourth quarter, and threw the touch-          5:55 and ended with Joey Ijjas' 25-yard field goal. The Rebels failed to make a first
down pass to Wallace on his first attempt to narrow the score to 24-17.               down on their final drive.
Schaeffer failed to complete a pass on the following possession, and Jackson-            Ole Miss was able to move the ball on the Gators' young defense with 390 yards
Garrison scored for the Commodores on a short field to put the game out of            of total offense, but was hurt by penalties deep into Florida territory.
reach.                                                                                   The Rebels got field goals by Joshua Shene of 40, 32 and 22 yards on its first
   Nickson, hampered all week by a sore hamstring, completed his first 10 pass-       three scoring drives. He also missed a 48-yarder late in the second half.
es to pace a Commodores offense that gained a season-high 183 rushing                    But Adams, whose status was in doubt after he sprained his right shoulder against
yards.                                                                                Vanderbilt, brought Ole Miss back with a 19-yard touchdown pass to Shay Hodge
                                                                                      with 2:47 remaining in the third that cut Florida's lead to 27-16.
   Adams threw for 154 yards on 10-for-17 passing, including a 36-yard touch-
                                                                                         Then after hitting Wallace on the next series, he connected with Marshay Green
down to Mike Wallace that narrowed the Rebels' deficit to 14-10. But he threw         on the 2-point conversion to bring the Rebels within 27-24 with a quarter to play.
a late interception to D.J. Moore, and four plays later Vanderbilt took a 24-10          Adams finished with 302 yards passing and Michael Hicks had three catches for
lead.                                                                                 89 yards, while the Rebel defense held the nation's No. 2 scoring offense 26 points
   Two-time All-SEC receiver Earl Bennett caught 11 passes for 100 yards, his         below its season average.
ninth career game with at least 100 yards receiving at Vanderbilt.                       Tebow engineered two second-half touchdown drives, scoring on a 6-yard run and
   The Commodores' defense gave up 262 yards but forced six sacks.                    throwing a 37-yard touchdown pass to Louis Murphy.
   Bryan Hahnfeldt kicked a 24-yard field goal for Vanderbilt, and might have            The sophomore, who was the nation's No. 2 passer coming into the game, fin-
had another. Mackenzie Adams botched the snap on his second attempt.                  ished with 261 yards passing. Percy Harvin had 11 catches for 121 yards and a 19-
   Joshua Shene kicked a 34-yard field goal to narrow the gap to 7-3, but             yard touchdown catching the second quarter that helped the Gators to a 14-6 half-
missed another.                                                                       time lead.

Ole Miss                3            0          7           7           —      17     Florida                   0        14          13            3            —        24
Vanderbilt              7            7          0          17           —      31     Ole Miss                  3         3          18            0            —        30

1st Quarter                                                                           1st Quarter
12:08     VU         C. Nickson 2-yd run (B. Hahnfeldt kick)                           5:02     UM         J. Shene 40-yd FG
 9:17     UM         J. Shene 34-yd FG                                                2nd Quarter
2nd Quarter                                                                           14:52     UF         P. Harvin 19-yd pass from T. Tebow (J. Ijjas kick)
11:52     VU         C. Jackson-Garrison 8-yd run (B. Hahnfeldt kick)                 11:57     UM         J. Shene 32-yd FG
3rd Quarter                                                                            7:08     UF         T. Tebow 9-yd run (J. Ijjas kick)
 5:51     UM         M. Wallace 36-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)              3rd Quarter
4th Quarter                                                                           10:05     UF         T. Tebow 6-yd run (J. Ijjas kick)
14:51     VU         B. Hahnfeldt 24-yd FG                                             8:03     UM         J. Shene 22-yd FG
12:58     VU         C. Jackson-Garrison 9-yd run (B. Hahnfeldt kick)                  5:17     UF         L. Murphy 37-yd pass from T. Tebow (J. Phillips kick fails)
10:01     UM         M. Wallace 54-yd pass from B. Schaeffer (J. Shene kick)           2:47     UM         S. Hodge 19-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)
 1:47     VU         C. Jackson-Garrison 7-yd run (B. Hahnfeldt kick)                  0:07     UM         M. Wallace 77-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)
                                                                                      4th Quarter
Team Stats           UM         VU            Individual Leaders                       4:59     UF         J. Ijjas 25-yd FG

First Downs          13         25            Rushing                                 Team Stats           UF         UM             Individual Leaders
Rushes-Yards         32-54      49-183        UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 21-66
Passing Yards        208        200           VU:       C. Jackson-Garrison, 23-119   First Downs          28         18             Rushing
   Att.-Comp.-Int.   22-11-1    26-18-0                 C. Nickson, 14-57             Rushes-Yards         45-246     21-80          UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 11-37
Total Plays-Yards    54-262     75-383        Passing                                 Passing Yards        261        310            UF:       T. Tebow, 27-166
Fumbles-Lost         1-0        2-1           UM:       S. Adams, 17-10-1-154            Att.-Comp.-Int.   34-20-0    32-19-1                  K. Moore, 11-62
Penalties-Yards      2-15       5-49                    B. Schaeffer, 5-1-0-54        Total Plays-Yards    79-507     53-390         Passing
Punts-Average        2-39.0     2-46.5        VU:       C. Nickson, 25-17-0-200       Fumbles-Lost         0-0        1-0            UM:       S. Adams, 31-18-1-302
Punt Returns         0-0        1-11          Receiving                               Penalties-Yards      14-127     10-70          UF:       T. Tebow, 34-20-0-261
KO Returns           6-157      4-108         UM:       M. Wallace, 4-139             Punts-Average        4-39.5     3-41.7         Receiving
Interceptions        0-0        1-4                     S. Hodge, 3-24                Punt Returns         1-0        0-0            UM:       S. Hodge, 7-81
Possession Time      25:10      34:50                   M. Green, 2-24                KO Returns           5-123      6-159                    M. Green, 5-36
3rd Down Conv.       5-13       7-15          VU:       E. Bennett, 11-100            Interceptions        1-0        0-0                      M. Hicks, 3-89
4th Down Conv.       1-4        3-4                     G. Smith, 2-36                Possession Time      35:21      24:39          UF:       P. Harvin, 11-121
Sacks By-Yards       2-13       6-32                                                  3rd Down Conv.       8-15       2-11                     L. Murphy, 2-57
                                                                                      4th Down Conv.       1-1        0-1                      C. Ingram, 2-41
                                                                                      Sacks By-Yards       2-11       0-0
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              #15 GEORGIA 45, OLE MISS 17                                                               OLE MISS 24, LOUISIANA TECH 0
                   Game #5 • September 29, 2007                                                             Game #6 • October 6, 2007
          Attendance: 92,746 • Sanford Stadium • Athens, Ga.                              Attendance: 45,138 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.
   ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Ole Miss struck early and came within an inch of a two-              OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Seth Adams threw two touchdowns and the Ole Miss
touchdown lead in the first quarter but could not hold off the Georgia rushing attack    defense notched the Rebels' first shutout since 2003 in a 24-0 win over Louisiana
in a 45-17 defeat to the 15th-ranked Bulldogs Saturday at Sanford Stadium.               Tech on homecoming.
   Thomas Brown ran for 180 yards - the most for Georgia in six years - and three           Ole Miss (2-4) snapped a four-game losing streak while holding the Bulldogs (1-
touchdowns.                                                                              4) to 301 yards of total offense. Adams completed 16 of 32 passes for 167 yards and
   Rebel running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis registered his second 100-yard rush-         touchdowns to Dexter McCluster and Shay Hodge.
ing game and sixth of his career with 108 on 22 carries with a touchdown. Mike              Louisiana Tech's Zac Champion threw for 144 yards on 16 of 27 passing, and the
Wallace caught a TD pass for the fourth straight game with his 45-yard grab in the       Bulldogs lost their fourth straight.
first quarter, and Seth Adams completed 24-of-35 passes for 228 yards with one TD           Danny Horwedel missed a 42-yard attempt in the third quarter, and Ole Miss'
and one interception.                                                                    Brandon Jenkins blocked a 36-yard field goal attempt late in the fourth quarter and
   The Rebels (1-4 overall, 0-3 SEC) hurt themselves with two turnovers, including       Dustin Mouzon returned it 55 yards for the final score.
a first-quarter fumble by quarterback Adams on a first-down play at the Georgia 1           Daniel Porter rushed for 51 yards for the Bulldogs, and Patrick Jackson added 48.
when they were trying to take a 14-0 lead.                                                  The two teams combined for four turnovers in the first half, and it was one of those
   Georgia (4-1 overall, 2-1 Southeastern Conference) led 17-10 at halftime. Ole         that helped give Ole Miss a 7-0 lead.
Miss tied the game with an 18-play drive that lasted more than 9 minutes to open            Defensive end Marcus Tillman fell on Louisiana Tech center Lon Roberts' errant
the second half.                                                                         snap in the shotgun formation on the second play of the game. Three plays later,
   The game was tied 17-17 early in the third quarter before Brown, who scored ear-      Adams hit McCluster on a deep slant for a 28-yard touchdown 1:32 into the game.
lier on a 50-yard run, took over. The senior had four carries and one catch for a com-      It was the first touchdown since Sept. 30, 2006, for McCluster, who missed the
bined 45 yards on a seven-play touchdown drive that ended with his 4-yard scoring        first four games of the year with a shoulder injury and the last six games of last sea-
run. He added a 41-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter.                       son with a neck injury.
   Brown's rushing total was the high for Georgia since 2001, when Verron Haynes            After Joshua Shene put Ole Miss up 10-0 at the half with a 27-yard field goal in
ran for 207 yards against Georgia Tech. He matched his career high with the three        the second quarter, Adams hit Hodge for a 17-yard touchdown in the third quarter
touchdown runs.                                                                          for a 17-0 lead.
   Georgia's total of 328 yards rushing was its most in seven years under coach             Louisiana Tech committed 13 penalties for 117 yards and allowed Ole Miss' first
Mark Richt, topping its 280 yards against Louisiana-Monroe in 2005.                      shutout since a 31-0 win over Mississippi State on Nov. 27, 2003.
   Knowshon Moreno, a freshman, rushed for 90 yards with an 8-yard scoring run.             The 24-point winning margin marked the Rebels' largest under head coach Ed
Freshman fullback Fred Munzenmaier added a 6-yard touchdown run in the final             Orgeron.
minute.

Ole Miss               7           3            7           0        —         17        Louisiana Tech            0          0          0           0         —         0
Georgia                0          17            7          21        —         45        Ole Miss                  7          3          7           7         —        24

1st Quarter                                                                              1st Quarter
10:29     UM         M. Wallace 45-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)                 13:28     UM         D. McCluster 28-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)
2nd Quarter                                                                              2nd Quarter
13:07     UG         T. Brown 50-yd run (B. Coutu kick)                                   7:13     UM         J. Shene 27-yd FG
 4:31     UG         M. Massaquoi 5-yd pass from M. Stafford (B. Coutu kick)             3rd Quarter
 0:59     UM         J. Shene 30-yd FG                                                    5:33     UM         S. Hodge 17-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)
 0:00     UG         B. Coutu 20-yd FG                                                   4th Quarter
3rd Quarter                                                                               2:08     UM         D. Mouzon 55-yd blocked FG return (J. Shene kick)
 5:53     UM         B. Green-Ellis 2-yd run (J. Shene kick)
 3:30     UG         T. Brown 4-yd run (B. Coutu kick)
4th Quarter                                                                              Team Stats           LT         UM            Individual Leaders
13:52     UG         T. Brown 41-yd run (B. Coutu kick)
11:40     UG         K. Moreno 8-yd run (B. Coutu kick)                                  First Downs          16         13            Rushing
 0:44     UG         F. Munzenmaier 6-yd run (B. Coutu kick)                             Rushes-Yards         48-150     23-65         UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 14-54
                                                                                         Passing Yards        151        67                      B. Hall, 4-19
Team Stats           UM         UG            Individual Leaders                            Att.-Comp.-Int.   31-17-0    32-16-3       LT:       D. Porter, 8-51
                                                                                         Total Plays-Yards    79-301     55-232                  P. Jackson, 15-48
First Downs          20         27            Rushing                                    Fumbles-Lost         4-2        0-0                     M. Mosley, 5-43
Rushes-Yards         33-158     45-328        UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 22-108           Penalties-Yards      13-117     4-30          Passing
Passing Yards        228        144                     B. Hall, 7-44                    Punts-Average        8-37.0     8-33.9        UM:       S. Adams, 32-16-3-167
   Att.-Comp.-Int.   35-24-1    21-13-1       UG:       T. Brown, 16-180                 Punt Returns         3-27       2-0           LT:       Z. Champion, 27-16-0-144
Total Plays-Yards    68-386     67-472                  K. Moreno, 14-90                 KO Returns           3-41       0-0           Receiving
Fumbles-Lost         1-1        0-0                     K. Daniels, 6-43                 Interceptions        3-0        0-0           UM:       M. Wallace, 5-72
Penalties-Yards      9-77       3-15          Passing                                    Possession Time      35:00      25:00                   M. Green, 4-7
Punts-Average        2-29.5     2-45.0        UM:       S. Adams, 35-24-1-228            3rd Down Conv.       4-17       6-15                    D. McCluster, 3-48
Punt Returns         2-0        0-0           UG:       M. Stafford, 21-13-0-144         4th Down Conv.       1-3        0-0           LT:       A. Harrison, 5-40
KO Returns           6-128      4-38          Receiving                                  Sacks By-Yards       2-14       2-21                    S. Womack, 3-50
Interceptions        0-0        1-13          UM:       S. Hodge, 6-77                                                                           D. Porter, 3-17
Possession Time      32:03      27:57                   R. Lane, 5-20
3rd Down Conv.       6-14       5-10                    M. Green, 3-62
4th Down Conv.       2-3        1-2           UG:       M. Massaquo, 3-29
Sacks By-Yards       2-10       0-0                     K. Moreno, 3-28
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                     ALABAMA 27, OLE MISS 24                                                               ARKANSAS 44, OLE MISS 8
                  Game #7 • October 13, 2007                                                            Game #8 • October 20, 2007
 Attendance: 59,791 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.                         Attendance: 52,671 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.
   OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- A 43-yard Ole Miss completion in the final seconds              OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Arkansas jumped on Ole Miss early en route to a 44-
was later overturned to end a Rebel rally in a 27-24 loss to Alabama. The             8 victory at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Darren McFadden ran for 110 yards,
Rebels took a 24-17 lead into the fourth quarter, when the Crimson Tide used          Jones rushed for 101 and defending SEC West champion Arkansas earned its
a 54-yard punt return and 28-yard interception return to score 10 points in the       first conference victory.
final eight minutes.                                                                     Rebel starting quarterback Seth Adams was pulled in the third quarter after
   On the critical reversal, Ole Miss quarterback Seth Adams completed a 41-          throwing his fourth interception. Fellow senior signal-caller Brent Schaeffer saw
yard pass to Shay Hodge to give the Rebels possession at the Alabama 4 with           his second action of the year and connected with Mike Wallace on a 37-yard
7 seconds left.                                                                       scoring strike with 6:26 left for the lone Ole Miss score of the day.
   After a 5-minute review showed Hodge stepped out of bounds and returned               BenJarvus Green-Ellis led Ole Miss (2-6, 0-5 SEC) with 84 yards rushing and
to the field to make the catch, the play was ruled illegal and Alabama (5-2, 3-1      Wallace caught four passes for 57 yards. The Rebels finished with 182 yards
Southeastern Conference) took over on downs for a final snap to seal the vic-         passing, the second lowest output of the season.
tory.                                                                                    Jones put the Razorbacks (4-3, 1-3) up 14-0 in the first quarter with runs of
   Ole Miss (2-5, 0-4) has lost three straight to Alabama, each by three points.      38 and 11 yards. The two scoring runs were almost identical with Jones running
   Leigh Tiffin put Alabama ahead with a 24-yard field goal with 5:14 left that       off right tackle to the end zone.
was set up by an interception by Ezekial Knight. Alabama tied the game on the            Casey Dick passed for just 96 yards, but started the game with seven straight
previous possession on a 3-yard touchdown run by Terry Grant with 7:11                completions and finished with three touchdown passes. All of his scoring pass-
remaining.                                                                            es came on the back side of misdirection plays. He hit Andrew Davis on a 1-
   Rebel running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 131 yards on 20 car-           yard pass to make it 21-0 with 56 seconds gone in the second quarter.
ries in recording his third 100-yard game of the year, while Adams completed             Dick connected with Peyton Hillis for a 9-yard score with 3:09 left in the third
22-of-40 passes for 284 yards with two TDs and three interceptions. Receiver          quarter to put Arkansas up 28-0. An 11-yard touchdown pass to Davie with 9
Dexter McCluster hauled in a first-quarter TD pass for the second straight game       minutes left in the game made it 37-0.
and finished with a team-high and career-high seven catches for 75 yards.
   John Parker Wilson went 26-of-40 for 265 yards and D.J. Hall pulled down 11        Arkansas               14             7           7          16           —      44
                                                                                      Ole Miss                0             0           0           8           —       8
receptions for 140 yards. Alabama finished with 420 yards of total offense, but
was plagued by two second-half turnovers and a blocked punt that gave the             1st Quarter
Rebels the 24-17 lead into the final period.                                           8:49     AR          F. Jones 38-yd run (A. Tejada kick)
   Ole Miss defensive lineman Greg Hardy posted career highs of 13 total tack-         3:49     AR          F. Jones 11-yd run (A. Tejada kick)
les, nine solos, five TFLs, three sacks, two forced fumbles and two QB hurries.       2nd Quarter
                                                                                      14:04     AR          A. Davie 1-yd pass from C. Dick (A. Tejada kick)
Alabama                   3        14             0           10       —        27    3rd Quarter
Ole Miss                  7         3            14            0       —        24     3:09     AR          P. Hillis 9-yd pass from C. Dick (A. Tejada kick)
                                                                                      4th Quarter
1st Quarter                                                                           12:07     AR          A. Tejada 32-yd FG
 8:25     UA         L. Tiffin 27-yd FG                                                9:00     AR          A. Davie 14-yd pass from C. Dick (A. Tejada kick failed)
 3:37     UM         D. McCluster 8-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)              6:36     UM          M. Wallace 37-yd pass from B. Schaeffer (J. Shene kick)
2nd Quarter                                                                            6:00     AR          C. Baker 48-yd pass from N. Emert (A. Tejada kick)
12:47     UA         G. Coffee 2-yd run (L. Tiffin kick)
 6:23     UM         J. Shene 22-yd FG                                                Team Stats            AR         UM             Individual Leaders
 2:30     UA         J. P. Wilson 1-yd run (L. Tiffin kick)
3rd Quarter                                                                           First Downs           23         20             Rushing
13:14     UM         S. Adams 3-yd run (J. Shene kick)                                Rushes-Yards          54-293     35-97          AR:       D. McFadden, 22-110
 2:08     UM         M. Hicks 17-yd pass from S. Adams (J. Shene kick)                Passing Yards         144        182                      F. Jones, 15-101
4th Quarter                                                                              Att.-Comp.-Int.    18-12-1    34-14-4                  M. Smith, 7-51
 7:11     UA         T. Grant 3-yd run (L. Tiffin kick)                               Total Plays-Yards     72-437     68-279         UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 15-84
 5:14     UA         L. Tiffin 24-yd FG                                               Fumbles-Lost          1-0        0-0                      B. Hall, 9-31
                                                                                      Penalties-Yards       5-55       6-30           Passing
Team Stats           UA          UM             Individual Leaders                    Punts-Average         2-37.0     4-35.2         AR:       C. Dick, 17-11-1-96
                                                                                      Punt Returns          2-26       1-(-2)                   N. Emert, 1-1-0-48
First Downs          27          19             Rushing                               KO Returns            1-2        8-181          UM:       S. Adams, 21-9-4-79
Rushes-Yards         40-113      31-136         UA:       T. Grant, 16-62             Interceptions         4-71       1-35                     B. Schaeffer, 13-5-0-103
Passing Yards        265         284                      G. Coffee, 12-41            Possession Time       29:42      30:18          Receiving
   Att.-Comp.-Int.   40-26-1     40-22-3                  R. Upchurch, 5-39           3rd Down Conv.        10-15      5-14           AR:       P. Hillis, 4-60
Total Plays-Yards    80-378      71-420         UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 20-131      4th Down Conv.        0-1        1-3                      A. Davie, 2-15
Fumbles-Lost         2-1         0-0                      B. Hall, 4-16               Sacks By-Yards        6-44       1-6            UM:       M. Wallace, 4-57
Penalties-Yards      3-19        6-47           Passing                                                                                         S. Hodge, 2-26
Punts-Average        3-28.7      3-50.0         UA:       J. P. Wilson, 40-26-1-265                                                             D. McCluster, 2-21
Punt Returns         2-71        2-15           UM:       S. Adams, 40-22-3-284
KO Returns           5-98        5-102          Receiving
Interceptions        3-28        1-0            UA:       D.J. Hall, 11-140
Possession Time      30:01       29:59                    Matt Caddell, 7-49
3rd Down Conv.       9-16        4-12           UM:       D. McCluster, 7-75
4th Down Conv.       0-1         2-3                      S. Hodge, 3-51
Sacks By-Yards       4-21        4-24                     B. Hall, 3-23
                                                          R. Hough, 3-19
                                                          M. Wallace, 2-63
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                #23 AUBURN 17, OLE MISS 3                                                  OLE MISS 38, NORTHWESTERN STATE 31
                   Game #9 • October 27, 2007                                                          Game #10 • November 3, 2007
      Attendance: 87,451 • Jordan-Hare Stadium • Auburn, Ala.                          Attendance: 23,283 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.
   AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Defensively, Ole Miss contained No. 23 Auburn but               OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 120 yards and a
was unable to cash in on offense in a 17-3 defeat at Jordan-Hare Stadium.             career-high three touchdowns, as Ole Miss snapped a three-game losing streak
   Brandon Cox threw a 34-yard scoring pass to Rod Smith in the final minutes         with a 38-31 win over Northwestern State.
and Brad Lester rushed for a career-high 96 yards, helping Auburn hold on and           With a 17-14 third-quarter lead, Mike Wallace extended the lead with a 77-
avoid another down-to-the-wire finish.                                                yard kickoff return for a touchdown for Ole Miss (3-7).
   Patrick Lee set up the drive with an interception in the end zone for the Tigers     The point total was the most for Ole Miss since a 31-28 win over South
(6-3, 4-2 SEC), who were coming off a last-second loss at No. 3 LSU.                  Carolina in 2004. The Demons (3-6) rallied with two late scores, and the Rebels
   They got a scare from the Rebels (2-7, 0-6), double-digit underdogs still seek-    held the ball for the last 3:16 to preserve the win.
ing their first league win.                                                             Ole Miss built a 17-0 first-quarter lead with 222 yards of total offense and
   Down 10-3, Ole Miss had the makings of an impressive tying drive. Starting         Green-Ellis' touchdown runs of 41 and 25 yards.
from their own 1, the Rebels surged from the goal line with three consecutive           Northwestern State pulled within 17-14 in the opening six minutes of the sec-
rushes. Quarterback Seth Adams was hurt on the third play on a hard hit by            ond half on a 28-yard reverse by Tyler Cheramie and a 16-yard pass from
Tray Blackmon at the end of a run.                                                    Germayne Edmond to Adam Varnado.
   Backup Brent Schaeffer, who nearly led Ole Miss to an upset in last season's         Ole Miss answered with Wallace's kickoff return and a 10-yard touchdown
meeting, completed his first three passes and had a 7-yard run to keep the            pass from backup quarterback Brent Schaeffer to Shay Hodge that made it 31-
Rebels moving downfield. Then, with Antonio Coleman rushing toward him, he            14.
flung a pass into the end zone where Lee intercepted it.                                Defensive tackle Peria Jerry intercepted a pass to set up Green-Ellis' 4-yard
   That gave Cox and Auburn the ball with 7:03 to go and a chance to put the          scoring run with 12:01 left for a 38-17 cushion. The Rebels forced three
game away. Cox converted third-down plays with a 23-yard pass to Smith and            turnovers, converting two into second-half touchdowns.
a 12-yarder to Montez Billings.                                                         But Northwestern State scored twice in the final eight minutes to make the
   His biggest throw came on third-and-8 when he again hit Smith, who spun            game close. Edmond scored on a 3-yard run, followed by a 37-yard touchdown
away from a defender and sprinted into the end zone with 3:15 to play. The TD         pass from Drew Branch to Kedrin Seastrunk with 3:16 left.
pass ensured Auburn wouldn't have a seventh game decided in the final 2 min-
utes.                                                                                 Northwestern State 0                 0        14             17     —         31
                                                                                      Ole Miss           17                0        14              7     —         38
   Smith finished with a career-high 111 yards on eight catches. Lester had 23
carries, including a 1-yard touchdown in the first quarter.                           1st Quarter
   Joshua Shene connected on a 51-yard field goal in the final ticks of the first     10:10     UM         Green-Ellis 41-yd run (J. Shene kick)
half for a 7-3 Tiger lead at the break and supply the lone Rebel points.               7:02     UM         J. Shene 24-yd FG
   BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 62 yards on 13 carries, and Adams com-             2:01     UM         Green-Ellis 25-yd run (J. Shene kick)
pleted 11-of-24 passes for 84 yards.                                                  3rd Quarter
                                                                                      12:59     NW         D. Guice 28-yd run (R. Weeks kick)
Ole Miss               0             3          0          0         —            3    9:29     NW         A. Varnado 16-yd pass from G. Edmond (R. Weeks kick)
Auburn                 7             0          3          7         —           17    9:16     UM         M. Wallace 77-yd kickoff return (J. Shene kick)
                                                                                       6:25     UM         S. Hodge 10-yd pass from B. Schaeffer (J. Shene kick)
1st Quarter                                                                           4th Quarter
 2:41     AU         B. Lester 1-yd run (Z. Kutch kick)                               14:56     NW         R. Weeks 43-yd FG
2nd Quarter                                                                           12:01     UM         Green-Ellis 4-yd run (J. Shene kick)
 0:00     UM         J. Shene 51-yd FG                                                 7:53     NW         G. Edmond 3-yd run (R. Weeks kick)
3rd Quarter                                                                            3:16     NW         K. Seastrunk 16-yd pass from D. Branch (R. Weeks kick)
 7:59     AU         W. Byrum 36-yd FG
4th Quarter                                                                           Team Stats           NW         UM            Individual Leaders
 3:15     AU         R. Smith 34-yd pass from B. Cox (W. Byrum kick)
                                                                                      First Downs          24         15            Rushing
Team Stats           UM         AU            Individual Leaders                      Rushes-Yards         43-194     30-210        UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 17-120
                                                                                      Passing Yards        305        177                     B. Hall, 9-54
First Downs          15         22            Rushing                                    Att.-Comp.-Int.   34-24-1    28-10-1       NW:       B. Lawrence, 20-83
Rushes-Yards         29-70      48-231        UM:       B. Green-Ellis, 13-62         Total Plays-Yards    77-499     58-387                  G. Edmond, 14-60
Passing Yards        123        189                     B. Hall, 8-15                 Fumbles-Lost         3-2        0-0           Passing
   Att.-Comp.-Int.   28-14-1    26-16-0       AU:       B. Lester, 23-96              Penalties-Yards      7-57       8-60          UM:       S. Adams, 15-7-1-113
Total Plays-Yards    57-193     74-420                  B. Tate, 15-72                Punts-Average        5-42.8     6-41.0                  B. Schaeffer, 13-3-0-64
Fumbles-Lost         1-0        2-1           Passing                                 Punt Returns         2-8        4-20          NW:       G. Edmond, 30-22-1-250
Penalties-Yards      7-60       7-57          UM:       S. Adams, 24-11-0-89          KO Returns           7-136      5-121                   D. Branch, 4-2-0-55
Punts-Average        7-40.4     4-40.5                  B. Schaeffer, 4-3-1-34        Interceptions        1-2        0-6           Receiving
Punt Returns         2-9        2-9           AU:       B. Cox, 26-16-0-189           Possession Time      37:41      19:03         UM:       S. Hodge, 4-88
KO Returns           4-88       1-6           Receiving                               3rd Down Conv.       4-16       4-13                    D. McCluster, 3-57
Interceptions        0-0        1-0           UM:       M. Wallace, 5-39              4th Down Conv.       2-2        0-1                     M. Wallace, 2-14
Possession Time      23:37      36:23                   D. McCluster, 4-35            Sacks By-Yards       0-0        0-0           NW:       B. Bailey, 7-84
3rd Down Conv.       6-14       8-16                    S. Hodge, 2-26                                                                        A. Varnado, 5-62
4th Down Conv.       0-1        2-2           AU:       R. Smith, 8-111                                                                       K. Seastrunk, 3-71
Sacks By-Yards       1-6        3-24                    M. Fannin, 2-29
                                                        M. Billings, 2-22
                                                                                               PAGE 29 – 2007 RECAPS
                     #1 LSU 41, OLE MISS 24
                 Game #11 • November 17, 2007
 Attendance: 61,118 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium • Oxford, Miss.
   OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Behind second-half heroics by Brent Schaeffer, Ole Miss
outgained No. 1 LSU 466 to 396 yards in total offense but fell short on the scoreboard,
41-24, at a packed Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
   Trindon Holliday returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown, and LSU (10-1, 6-1)
forced two turnovers during goal-line stands. Craig Steltz had rally ending interceptions
late in each half, and Jacob Hester and Charles Scott each rushed for touchdowns
after unsuccessful Ole Miss onside kicks in the fourth quarter to ensure the win. Colt
David added second-half field goals of 48 and 43 yards as well.
   Ole Miss backup Schaeffer added some juice to the offense in relief, hitting several
long passes and cutting LSU's lead to 10 with a serpentine 38-yard scoring run mid-
way through the fourth.
   Steltz picked off Schaeffer's errant pass on Ole Miss' next drive with 5:05, however.
And Hester punched it in from 2-yards out to secure the win, though Schaeffer would
hit Shay Hodge with a 33-yard touchdown pass with 2:54 left to make it 34-24.
   Rebels tailback BenJarvus Green-Ellis earned his second-straight 1,000-yard sea-
son, with 53 yards rushing for a total of 1,020 with a game to go.
   Ole Miss (3-8, 0-7) drove 57 yards to the LSU 2 on its second drive. But as Green-
Ellis started to stretch the ball across the goal line on the next play, backup middle line-
backer Jacob Cutrera, making the start for injured Darry Beckwith, caused the fumble
at the 1.
   Ole Miss forced LSU to punt after three plays and Marshay Green broke three tack-
les on the way to a 44-yard punt return to tie the score at 7.
   LSU answered 14 seconds later when Holliday broke a tackle around the 30 and
returned the ensuing kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown that put the Tigers back on top
14-7 with 3:04 left in the first quarter.
   Ole Miss threatened to tie the game going into halftime after driving to LSU's 4, but
LSU's Steltz intercepted a pass by Adams in the back of the end zone.
   Schaeffer started the second half, and finished with a career-high 208 yards pass-
ing. He also rushed for a career-best 94 yards on eight carries.
   LSU's 98-yard scoring drive to open the game was its longest of the season, but Ole
Miss held the Tigers to their fourth-lowest offensive output of the season with 396
yards.

LSU                    14              0         10           17          —         41
Ole Miss                7              0          3           14          —         24

1st Quarter
 7:37     LS          M. Flynn 5-yd run (C. David kick)
 3:18     UM          M. Green 44-yd punt return (J. Shene kick)
 3:04     LS          T. Holliday 98-yd kickoff return (C. David kick)
3rd Quarter
10:10     LS          K. Williams 10-yd run (C. David kick)
 6:51     UM          J. Shene 23-yd FG
 4:23     LS          C. David 48-yd FG
4th Quarter
11:36     LS          C. David 43-yd FG
 9:11     UM          B. Schaeffer 38-yd run (J. Shene kick)
 3:44     LS          J. Hester 2-yd run (C. David kick)
 2:54     UM          S. Hodge 33-yd pass from B. Schaeffer (J. Shene kick)
 2:15     LS          C. Scott 29-yd run (C. David kick)

Team Stats           LS           UM            Individual Leaders

First Downs          21           25            Rushing
Rushes-Yards         40-228       28-201        UM:       B. Schaeffer, 8-94
Passing Yards        168          265                     B. Green-Ellis, 12-53
   Att.-Comp.-Int.   25-17-0      39-17-3       LS:       C. Scott, 3-66
Total Plays-Yards    65-396       67-466                  J. Hester, 13-65
Fumbles-Lost         0-0          1-1           Passing
Penalties-Yards      9-66         8-74          UM:       B. Schaeffer, 28-13-2-208
Punts-Average        4-41.5       4-40.0                  S. Adams, 11-4-1-57
Punt Returns         0-0-0        2-49-1        LS:       M. Flynn, 25-17-0-168
KO Returns           4-127-1      7-133-0       Receiving
Interceptions        3-42-0       0-0-0         UM:       D. McCluster, 5-73
Possession Time      30:56        29:04                   S. Hodge, 4-90
3rd Down Conv.       4-11         5-10                    M. Green, 3-17
4th Down Conv.       1-1          0-0           LS:       E. Doucet, 8-58
Sacks By-Yards       1-8          3-25                    B. LaFell, 3-19

				
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