Ole Miss vs. Missouri Postgame Notes



Nov. 23, 2013

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MISSOURI GAME - 11/23/13

• Today’s meeting was the seventh all-time between Ole Miss and Missouri ... The Tigers now hold a 6-1 series lead and have won five straight dating back to 1978.

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

• Ole Miss’ 7-4 record through 11 games is its best since 2009, when the Rebels went 8-3 before finishing with a 9-4 record.
• Today’s attendance at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium was 61,168, the ninth-largest crowd in stadium history ... The season attendance of 415,750 sets a new school record.
• Missouri snapped the Rebels’ four-game winning streak.
• In No. 8 Missouri, Ole Miss played its fourth top-10 opponent of the season, the most it has faced since 1965.
• The Rebels are now 1-3 against top-25 teams this year with a win over No. 6 LSU and losses to No. 1 Alabama, No. 9 Texas A&M and No. 8 Missouri ... Ole Miss is 60-144-2 all-time versus ranked opponents.
• This was the Rebels’ sixth straight home game (a school record), and the team is now 5-2 in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium this season.
• The Rebels now own an all-time record of 635-496-35 (.560 winning percentage).

• Ole Miss failed to reach 500 total yards for the first time since the Texas A&M game (had four straight with 500+).
• Junior WR Donte Moncrief led the team with six catches for 115 yards ... He moved into fourth place in school history in career receptions with 147.
• Moncrief recorded his fourth 100-yard receiving game of the year and the eighth of his career, which is second-most in school history.
• Freshman WR Laquon Treadwell had five catches for 23 yards to increase his Ole Miss freshman season records to 58 catches and 500 yards.
• Junior QB Bo Wallace completed 26 of 42 passes for 244 yards and added 6 yards on the ground ... He moved into third place in school history in career total offense with 6,530 yards.
• Sophomore RB I’Tavius Mathers rushed for a team-high 66 yards on seven carries with one touchdown, his third of the year.

• The Rebel defense held Missouri to 24 points, which tied their lowest output of the season.
• Junior DB Cody Prewitt posted a season-high 12 tackles and made his SEC-leading fifth interception of the year in the third quarter.
• Senior LB Mike Marry posted a season-high 10 tackles and recorded his SEC-leading third forced fumble of the year and his first sack of the season.
• Senior LB D.T. Shackelford posted a season-high eight tackles and got his first sack of the year and the sixth of his Rebel career.

• Senior K Andrew Ritter was 1 of 3 on field-goal attempts, making from 30 yards and missing from 23 (blocked) and 61.
• Senior P Tyler Campbell landed three of his four punts inside the 20, with a long of 52.

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