No. 21 Ole Miss At No. 1 Alabama Postgame Notes

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Sept. 28, 2013

Final Stats

SERIES INFORMATION
• Tonight’s meeting was the 61st all-time between Ole Miss and Alabama ... Alabama now leads the series 47-9-2 and has won 10 straight meetings.
• This was the first time that the Rebels and Crimson Tide met when they were both nationally ranked since 2009.

CAPTAINS
(All Seniors): Tyler Campbell (P), Mike Marry (LB), Emmanuel McCray (OL) and Andrew Ritter (K)

DEBUTS (1)
Derrick Jones (DB)

GENERAL NOTES
• Tonight’s attendance at Bryant-Denny Stadium was 101,821.
• The Rebels were shut out for the first time since the 1998 Arkansas game, snapping a streak of 151 straight games with a score.
• Ole Miss was held scoreless in the first half for the first time since the 2011 Mississippi State game.
• Ole Miss has started the season 3-1, matching last year’s record through four games.
• The Rebels’ five-game win streak (which was their longest since 2008-09) was snapped.
• The Rebels dropped their first road game of the year and are now 2-1 away from Oxford this season ... They have one more road game (Auburn) before a string of six straight games at home.
• Ole Miss was out-gained in total yards for the first time this season (434-205).
• The Rebels now own an all-time record of 631-493-35 (.560 winning percentage).
• Ole Miss is now 151-83-7 (.641 winning pct) all-time during the month of September.
• Ole Miss dropped to 0-10 all-time versus the nation’s top-ranked team.

OFFENSIVE NOTES
• Junior WR Donte Moncrief led the Rebels with six catches for 60 yards, and freshman WR Laquon Treadwell followed with four catches for 51 yards.
• Junior QB Bo Wallace was 17-of-31 passing for 159 yards and no touchdowns or interceptions ... He has still not thrown a pick this season.
• The Rebels surrendered their first safety since last year’s Georgia game.

DEFENSIVE NOTES
• The Rebel defense racked up seven TFLs against the Tide ... The D has 16 TFLs in the last two games.
• Ole Miss forced Alabama into three fumbles, but the Rebels were unable to recover any of them.
• Junior S Cody Prewitt picked off his third pass of the year, which ranks him among the nation’s leaders in interceptions.
• For the third straight game, junior LB Serderius Bryant led the team in tackles, this time with nine total (seven solo).
• Freshman DB Tony Conner tied his season high with seven tackles (four solo), including a TFL.
• Freshman Derrick Jones made his collegiate debut at cornerback and made four tackles (one solo).
• Sophomore DE Channing Ward forced his second fumble of the season.

SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES
• Senior P Tyler Campbell punted six times for a 44.0-yard average, including three that landed inside the 20.

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