WHAT TO WATCH FOR...
  • Ole Miss is bowl eligible for the third straight season under Hugh Freeze.
  • The Rebels are 7-0 for the first time since 1962, when they went 10-0 and earned a share of the national title.
  • A win over LSU would give Ole Miss its second 8-0 start in program history.
  • Ole Miss' No. 3 ranking in the national polls is its highest since being ranked No. 1 in the 1964 preseason poll.
  • Ole Miss is one of four remaining undefeated Division I FBS teams.
  • Ole Miss leads the nation in scoring defense (10.6 ppg) and has given up a nation-low seven touchowns.
  • The Ole Miss defense has scored almost as many touchdowns (4) as it has allowed (6) this season.
  • Ole Miss leads the SEC and is tied for first nationally with 15 interceptions.
  • This game marks the 103rd all-time between the Ole Miss Rebels and LSU Tigers dating back to 1894 ... LSU is Ole Miss' second-most played opponent behind Mississippi State ... LSU holds a 58-40-4 advantage in the series, 38-24-1 in Baton Rouge ... Since the rivals started playing for the Magnolia Bowl trophy in 2008, the series is tied 3-3.
  • The Rebels' 24 wins in Baton Rouge are second-most by any team (Alabama has 26).
  • Ole Miss is 4-7 against ranked teams under Freeze, but is 2-0 this season.
  • ESPN's "College GameDay" will air live from Baton Rouge, the second time they've been to an Ole Miss game.
GAME INFORMATION
Date: Oct. 25, 2014
Time: 6:15 p.m. CT
Location: Baton Rouge, La.
Venue: Baton Rouge, La. (102,321)
Surface: Natural grass
Ole Miss Rankings: 3 (AP), 3 (Coaches)
LSU Rankings: 24 (AP), 23 (Coaches)
Series: LSU leads 58-40-4
In Baton Rouge: LSU leads 38-24-1
Satellite Radio: Sirius 85, XM 85
Game Notes: Game Notes
Live Stats: OleMissSports.com
Live Audio: OleMissSports.com
Twitter Updates: @OleMissFB
MEDIA
TV: ESPN
Play-by-PlayChris Fowler
AnalystKirk Herbstreit
SidelineHeather Cox
NATIONAL RADIO (ESPN):
Play-by-PlayBill Rosinski
AnalystDavid Norrie
SidelineJoe Schad
RADIO (OLE MISS NETWORK):
Play-by-PlayDavid Kellum
AnalystHarry Harrison
Sideline/Pre-& Post-Game HostRichard Cross
Pre-& Post-Game HostBrett Norsworthy
Web: OleMissSports.com RebelVision (subscription)
SERIES HISTORY
LSU leads 58-40-4

In Oxford: 9-7-1, LSU
In Baton Rouge: 38-24-1, LSU
In Jackson, Miss.: 9-6-2, LSU
In Meridian, Miss.: 1-0, Ole Miss
In New Orleans: 2-1, Ole Miss
In Vicksburg, Miss.: 1-0, LSU

Longest Ole Miss Win Streak: 6, 1952-1957
Longest LSU Win Streak: 8, 1928-1937

Largest Margin of Victory: 34 (37-3), 1963 in Baton Rouge
Largest Margin of Defeat: 49 (52-3), 2011 in Oxford
OLE MISS OPPONENT CATEGORY LSU OPPONENT
248 74 Total Points 285 136
160 123 First Downs 169 120
60 44 By Rushing 93 64
90 68 By Passing 61 47
10 11 By Penalty 15 9
1059 680 Rushing Yards 1767 1300
275 237 Rushing Attempts 383 287
3.9 2.9 Yards Per Rush 4.6 4.5
151.3 97.1 Rushing Yards Per Game 220.9 162.5
1974 1354 Passing Yards 1555 1250
149-228 150-253 Pass Completions-Attempts 91-177 114-255
282.0 193.4 Passing Yards Per Game 194.4 156.2
3033 2034 Total Offense 3322 2550
503 490 Total Offensive Plays 560 512
433.3 290.6 Total Offense Per Game 415.2 318.8
8-4 10-5 Fumbles-Lost 14-4 12-8
40-354 42-357 Penalties-Yards 50-418 37-346
OLE MISS
Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD
Jaylen Walton 59 347 5.9 4
I'Tavius Mathers 43 186 4.3 2
Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD/Int.
Bo Wallace 137 209 1899 17/6
Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD
Laquon Treadwell 34 458 13.5 4
Vince Sanders 26 424 16.3 4
Cody Core 22 345 15.7 4
Evan Engram 19 292 15.4 1
Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long
Will Gleeson 32 145 45.5 70
Punt Returns No. Yds. Avg. Long
Markell Pack 9 45 5.0 24
Kickoff Returns No. Yds. Avg. Long
Jaylen Walton 5 140 28.0 40
Scoring TD FG PAT Total
Jaylen Walton 6 0-0 0-0 36
Andrew Fletcher 0 3-6 21-22 30
Tackles UT-AT TT TFL Other
Tony Conner 22-20 42 4.5 1 INT
Mike Hilton 25-12 37 2.5 2 INT
Cody Prewitt 27-8 35 3.5 2 INT
D. Shackelford 18-16 34 3.0 2 SACKS
SERIES HISTORY 1894-1977
YearSiteScore
1894 Baton Rouge W, 26-6
1896 Vicksburg, Miss. L, 4-12
1899 Meridian, Miss. W, 11-0
1901 Baton Rouge L, 0-46
1902 New Orleans L, 0-6
1903 New Orleans W, 11-0
1904 Baton Rouge L, 0-5
1906 Baton Rouge W, 9-0
1907 Jackson L, 0-23
1909 Baton Rouge L, 0-10
1912 Baton Rouge W, 10-7
1914 Baton Rouge W, 21-0
1915 Oxford L, 0-28
1916 Baton Rouge L, 0-41
1917 Oxford L, 7-52
1919 Baton Rouge L, 0-13
1921 Baton Rouge L, 0-21
1926 Baton Rouge L, 0-3
1927 Oxford W, 12-7
1928 Baton Rouge L, 6-19
1929 Baton Rouge L, 6-13
1930 Baton Rouge L, 0-6
1931 Jackson L, 3-26
1933 Baton Rouge L, 0-31
1934 Jackson L, 0-14
1936 Baton Rouge L, 0-13
1937 Baton Rouge L, 0-13
1938 Baton Rouge W, 20-7
1939 Baton Rouge W, 14-7
1940 Baton Rouge W, 19-6
1941 Baton Rouge W, 13-12
1942 Baton Rouge L, 7-21
1945 Baton Rouge L, 13-32
1946 Baton Rouge L, 21-34
1947 Baton Rouge W, 20-18
1948 Baton Rouge W, 49-19
1949 Baton Rouge L, 7-34
1950 Baton Rouge L, 14-40
1951 Baton Rouge T, 6-6
1952 Oxford W, 28-0
1953 Baton RougeW, 27-16
1954 Baton Rouge W, 21-6
1955 Baton Rouge W, 29-26
1956 Baton Rouge W, 46-17
1957 Oxford W, 14-12
1958 Baton Rouge L, 0-14
1959 Baton Rouge L, 3-7
1960 New Orleans -1 W, 21-0
1960 Oxford T, 6-6
1961 Baton Rouge L, 7-10
1962 Baton Rouge W, 15-7
1963 Baton Rouge W, 37-3
1964 Baton RougeL, 10-11
1965 Jackson W, 23-0
1966 Baton Rouge W, 17-0
1967 Jackson T, 13-13
1968 Baton Rouge W, 27-24
1969 Jackson W, 26-23
1970 Baton Rouge L, 17-61
1971 Jackson W, 24-22
1972 Baton Rouge L, 16-17
1973 Jackson L, 14-51
1974 Baton Rouge L, 0-24
1975 Jackson W, 17-13
1976 Baton Rouge L, 0-45
1977 Jackson L, 21-28
LSU
Location Baton Rouge, La.
Enrollment 29,865
Nickname Tigers
Founded 1860
School Colors Purple and Gold
Conference Southeastern (West)
Stadium (Capacity) Tiger Stadium (102,321)
Athletics website LSUSports.net
Head Coach Les Miles (Michigan, '76)
Record at LSU 101-26 (10th year)
Career Record as a Head Coach 129-47 (14th year)
2014 TIGERS
Basic Offense Multiple
Basic Defense 4-3
2013 Record 10-3
2013 SEC Record 5-3
2013 Finish 3rd SEC West
2013 Postseason Outback Bowl champions
Starters Returning/Lost 16/11
Offense 6/5
Defense 7/4
Specialists 3/2
Lettermen Returning/Lost 43/21
Offense 18/7
Defense 22/8
Specialists 3/3
LSU SCHEDULE
Aug. 30 vs. #14 Wisconsin W, 28-24
Sept. 6 SAM HOUSTON STATE W, 56-0
Sept. 13 ULM W, 31-0
Sept. 20 MISSISSIPPI STATE* L, 29-34
Sept. 27 NEW MEXICO STATE W, 63-7
Oct. 4 at #5 Auburn* L, 7-41
Oct. 11 at Florida* W, 30-27
Oct. 18 KENTUCKY* W, 41-3
Oct. 25 #3 OLE MISS* 6:15 p.m.
Nov. 8 ALABAMA* TBA
Nov. 15 at Arkansas* TBA
Nov. 27 at Texas A&M* 6:30 p.m.
* SEC game
TOP REBEL PERFORMANCES VS. LSU
INDIVIDUAL
Rushing Yards: Deuce McAllister, 26-176; 10-31-1998
Passing Yards:
Bo Wallace, 30-39-0-346; 10-19-2013
Stewart Patridge, 27-43-0-346 (2 TDs); 10-18-1997
Total Offense: Bo Wallace, 364 (18 rush, 346 pass); 10-19-2013
Receptions: Rick Kimbrough, 9-132 (TD); 11-3-1973
Receiving Yards: Donte Moncrief, 6-161 (2 TDs); 11-17-2012
All-Purpose Yards: Deuce McAllister, 229; 10-30-1999
Points Scored: Eddie Crawford, 24 (4 TDs); 11-3-1956
Points Kicking:
Todd Gatlin, 13 (4 FGs, 1 PAT); 10-31-1981
Joshua Shene, 13 (4 FGs, 1 PAT); 11-21-2009
Kickoff Return Yards: Jeff Scott, 7-188, 11-20-2010

LAST FIVE GAMES AGAINST LSU

October 19, 2013 • Oxford, Miss. • Ole Miss 27, #6 LSU 24:
Ole Miss defeated No. 6 LSU 27-24 on a 41-yard field goal by senior kicker Andrew Ritter with two seconds left on the clock. The Ole Miss defense logged three interceptions, and sophomore running back Jaylen Walton, who was playing for injured running back Jeff Scott, rushed for 105 yards and two touchdowns, both career highs. Ole Miss junior quarterback Bo Wallace went 30-39 for 346 yards, and junior wide receiver Donte Moncrief had five catches for 107 yards.

November 17, 2012 • Baton Rouge, La. • #7 LSU 41, Ole Miss 35:
Ole Miss sophomore wide receiver Donte Moncrief had a career day with 161 receiving yards and two touchdowns, but LSU scored with seconds remaining to win an offensive battle 41-35 in the fifth Magnolia Bowl in front of 92,872 at Tiger Stadium.

November 19, 2011 • Oxford, Miss. • #1 LSU 52, Ole Miss 3:
Quarterback Barry Brunetti rushed for 74 yards on 15 carries, but Ole Miss fell to No. 1 LSU 52-3 on senior night at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Ron Brooks returned an interception for a touchdown 28 seconds into the game and LSU built a 35-3 lead by halftime and rushed for 353 yards.

November 20, 2010 • Baton Rouge, La. • #5 LSU 43, Ole Miss 36:
Brandon Bolden scored two touchdowns and Ole Miss tallied the most points against LSU by any team in 2010, but the fifth-ranked Tigers scored the go-ahead touchdown with 44 seconds left in the game to win the third Magnolia Bowl. Bolden rushed for 91 yards and two TDs and Jerimiah Masoli finished 15 of 23 for 177 yards, one TD and two picks.

November 21, 2009 • Oxford, Miss. • Ole Miss 25, #8 LSU 23:
Time ran out on No. 8 LSU before it could attempt a short, potential game-winning field goal and Dexter McCluster and Ole Miss survived a frantic final minute to come away with the victory. McCluster ran for 148 yards and passed for a touchdown, a 27-yarder to wide-open Shay Hodge. Hodge had seven catches for 117 yards.

LSU
Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD
Leonard Fournette 108 544 5.0 7
Kenny Hilliard 72 355 4.9 6
Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD/Int.
Anthony Jennings 64 128 1048 7/3
Brandon Harris 25 45 452 6/2
Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD
Travin Dural 26 665 25.6 7
Trey Quinn 14 148 10.6 0
Malachi Dupre 11 257 23.4 4
Punting No. Yds. Avg. Long
Jamie Keehn 48 2185 45.5 64
Punt Returns No. Yds. Avg. Long
Tre'Davious White 17 228 13.4 67
Kickoff Returns No. Yds. Avg. Long
Leonard Fournette 16 368 23.0 40
Scoring TD FG PAT Total
Colby Delahoussaye 0 7-7 32-34 53
Travin Dural 7 0-0 0-0 42
Leonard Fournette 7 0-0 0-0 42
Tackles UT-AT TT TFL Other
Kwon Alexander 23-26 49 3.5 4 QBH
Danielle Hunter 21-25 46 8.0 1 SACK
Ronald Martin 17-26 43 0.0 1 INT
SERIES HISTORY 1978-2013
YearSiteScore
1978 Baton Rouge L, 8-30
1979 Jackson L, 24-28
1980 Baton Rouge L, 16-38
1981 Jackson T, 27-27
1982 Baton Rouge L, 8-45
1983 Jackson W, 27-24
1984 Baton Rouge L, 29-32
1985 Jackson L, 0-14
1986 Baton Rouge W, 21-19
1987 Jackson L, 13-42
1988 Baton Rouge L, 20-31
1989 Oxford L, 30-35
1990 Baton Rouge W, 19-10
1991 Jackson L, 22-25
1992 Jackson W, 32-0
1993 Baton Rouge L, 17-19
1994 Oxford W, 34-21
1995 Baton Rouge L, 9-38
1996 Oxford L, 7-39
1997 Baton Rouge W, 36-21
1998 Oxford W, 37-31 (ot)
1999 Baton Rouge W, 42-23
2000 Oxford L, 9-20
2001 Baton Rouge W, 35-24
2002 Baton Rouge L, 13-14
2003 Oxford L, 14-17
2004 Baton Rouge L, 24-27
2005 Oxford L, 7-40
2006 Baton Rouge L, 20-23
2007 Oxford L, 24-41
2008 Baton Rouge W, 31-13
2009 Oxford W, 25-23
2010 Baton Rouge L, 36-43
2011 Oxford L, 3-52
2012 Baton Rouge L, 35-41
2013 Oxford W, 27-24
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