Tonight’s crowd of 9,173 is the 11th largest in school history and the first sellout since 2010.
Ole Miss held Missouri to 22 points in the first half, the fewest points the Tigers have scored in a game this season.
The Rebels are off to their first 2-0 start in the SEC since 2005-06, when Ole Miss started league play with three straight wins. Ole Miss is also off to their best start since the 2007-08 season (13-1).
Ole Miss held Missouri to 49 points, which is the fewest points the Tigers have scored since 2003.
This is the first victory for Ole Miss over a top-10 school since 2010-11 when the Rebels knocked off No. 10 Kentucky. Ole Miss is now 16-108 over top 10 teams.
Murphy Holloway continues to climb his way to the top of the Ole Miss rebounding list with 903 career boards. The senior only trails Walter Actwood’s school record of 945 career boards.
Murphy Holloway has gone 18 of 22 from the free throw line in the last three games.
Head Coach Andy Kennedy (138) is just six wins away from tying B.L. Graham (144) for most wins in Ole Miss history.
Missouri is second in the country in rebounding margin and they out rebounded the Rebels 33-32.
Ole Miss is now 4-2 in the last 6 home SEC openers.
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