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This week the Aggies make their first SEC road appearance, traveling to Oxford Mississippi. Ole Miss is 3-2 on the season after falling to #1 Alabama 33-14 last week. Their three wins were against Central Arkansas and UTEP at home as well as a road victory against Tulane. The other loss came at the hands of the Texas Longhorns at home. In their two losses, Ole Miss has been outscored 99-45, playing surprising well against two of the top 15 teams in the country.
Location: Oxford, MississippiNickname: RebelsMascot: Rebel, The Black Bear (replaced Colonel Reb in 2010)Enrollment: 16,786Claimed National Titles: 3 (1959, 1960, 1962)Record vs. Aggies: 0-4 (last meeting Sept, 6, 1980)
14 Bo Wallace 6'5" 210 lb. Redshirt Sophomore from Pulaski, Tennesse. Signed out of East Mississippi C.C. and has connected 70-112 for 840 yards with 7 TDs and 8 INT. Also second leading rushing for Ole Miss with 253 yards on 52 carries and 2 scores.
3 Jeff Scott Junior from Miami, Florida. Leading rusher with 50 carries for 317 yards and 4 TDs. Only ran for 49 yards against the Crimson Tide but did score.
1 Randall Mackey Senior All-Purpose Back from East Mississippi C.C. with 40 rushes for 204 yards and 3 TDs. Mackey also has 7 receptions for 62 yards as well as going 2-3 through the air including an interception. He also scored against Alabama.
12 Donte Moncrief 6'2" 214 lb. Sophomore from Raleigh, Mississippi. Has 21 receptions on the year for 380 yards and 4 TDs. Had an impressive night against the Texas Longhorns with 7 catches for 144 yards and a score.
4 Denzel Nkemdiche Redshirt Freshman from Longanville, Georgia is the team's leading tackler with 32 total, including 6 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. Denzel is the older brother of the #1 recruit in the country for 2013, and current Clemson commit, Robert Nkemdiche.
81 Bryson Rose Senior from Raleigh, North Carolina. Hasn't missed on twenty extra point tries but is on 3-7 on field goals with a long of 47 yards.