No. 20 Ole Miss is set to host No. 13 LSU on Saturday at 6 p.m. EST.
Ole Miss vs. LSU
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Ole Miss (3-1) is back home after its 24-10 loss vs. No. 13 Alabama. The Rebels had the lead at halftime, but were completely dominated after leaving the locker room.
Mississippi’s offense struggled to get things going. Quarterback Jaxson Dart went 20/35 for 244 yards, one interception and one fumble. He was able to rush for the Rebel’s only touchdown all game with 3:55 left in the first quarter. His offensive line could not keep him clean, as Dart was sacked five times.
The Rebels’ running game wasn’t any better. Quinshon Judkins was the only running back on Ole Miss that had double digit rushing yards. He rushed 13 times for 56 yards.
Here’s what Kiffin had to say about facing LSU at home:
The Tigers (3-1) are 2-0 in the SEC and have won three in a row after their week-one loss to No. 5 Florida State.
Quarterback Jayden Daniels had a strong outing, going 20/29 for 320 yards and four touchdowns. He kept the football relatively safe, throwing only one interception. His favorite targets were Brian Thomas Jr. and Malik Nabers, who combined for over 260 yards and split four touchdowns.
LSU dominated on the ground as well, rushing for 189 yards on 29 carries.
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Kelley announced good news at the SEC teleconference about Greg Brooks Jr.‘s recovery after his brain surgery. This is what he had to say:
Here’s what Brian Kelley had to say about facing LSU:
You can watch the game Saturday at 6 p.m. EST on ESPN.