Sport Ole Miss Narrowly Escapes Tennessee After Dodging Debris
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Sporting News has you covered on how to watch the top-25, undefeated matchup between No. 1 Alabama and No. 12 Ole Miss.Saban is 23-0 all time against former disciples, including 1-0 against Kiffin. Barring a few close games with former defensive coordinator Kirby Smart against Georgia, no other coach has given Saban more fits than Kiffin. Their two teams engaged in a sloppy, defense-optional game in Oxford in 2020, resulting in a 63-48 win for the Crimson Tide.
Fans throwing debris at Lane Kiffin and the Ole Miss sideline resulted in a lengthy delay, ultimately icing the teams.
To think, Ole Miss-Tennessee came down to the final play after dodging golfballs and debris.
Lane Kiffin, who returned to Neyland Stadium for the first time as an opposing coach, and the Rebels survived Knoxville with a 31–26 win. But it came with dangerous mayhem: a fourth-down review turned the ball back into their hands, a lengthy delay due to fans throwing debris at the sideline and a chaotic final drive by Tennessee.
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Lane Kiffin and No. 12 Mississippi travel to Bryant-Denny Stadium to take on Nick Saban's No. 1 Alabama team in a huge SEC showdown.The SEC matchup will feature Alabama QB Bryce Young and Ole Miss QB Matt Corral — two Heisman candidates who both lead their programs in passing yards this season and have only one interception between them.
It all started with Volunteers quarterback Hendon Hooker throwing a pass to Jacob Warren on a fourth-and-24 with less than a minute left, but after further review, the tight end fell a yard short.
The Rebels got the ball back, but the game then went into a lengthy delay as fans started throwing golf balls at Kiffin and debris at the Ole Miss sideline. The head coach, staff and players started dodging the projectiles before moving out onto the field.
When the game was able to resume, the teams had been iced, and Ole Miss had to punt the ball away after a failed drive, leaving the ball in Tennessee's hands with 27 seconds to go.
The Volunteers powered its way back, finding its way to the Rebels's 21. But Hooker was injured and Joe Milton III stepped in. With just four seconds on the clock and no options open, the quarterback ran the ball for 13 yards as time expired.
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The Rebels could not to contain the Crimson Tide's explosive offense, but the secret to success comes from Bama's alignment in this go-to goal line set. View the original article to see embedded media.If Alabama is within a few yards of your end zone with seven players on the line of scrimmage combining to possess 29 recruiting stars worth of talent, your team is probably not going to stop them. Ole Miss didn’t stop them there or much of anywhere in the 42–21 popcorn-fueled loss that included this Cameron Latu short touchdown catch.
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Get ready for a lot of points.A win on Saturday night would mean three straight SEC wins, which is something that has happened just once since 2017. It would also mark Josh Heupel’s first win over a ranked opponent as Tennessee’s head coach.