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Postgame Notes vs. Tennessee

• Tonight was the 66th meeting all-time between the Rebels and Volunteers dating back to 1902 and their first since 2014. • Tennessee holds a 44-20-1 advantage in the series, with the original record at 44-21-1. • Ole Miss's 2014 win was vacated due to NCAA ruling. • Ole Miss...
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Postgame Quotes vs. Tennessee

"It's awesome to win a game in that environment. I told the guys all week that this place was going to be electric, as soon as we heard it was going to be a sellout of 102,455. I remember what it was like when we were here and at the South Carolina game and the energy. I knew we were going to have to weather a storm early of energy and emotion. A lot of stuff went wrong in the first quarter and luckily we played good defense to keep us hanging around. The quarterback (Matt Corral), I don't know what you say about him. He doesn't have his left guard. He doesn't have two of his top three receivers. The tight end's out and the guy ended up—with sacks—carrying the ball 30 times. That was not by design. Some of the quarterback draws and big plays obviously were by design because of their coverages. You can't say enough about a guy who did that on the road and put the game on his shoulders. We should have done better when we got the ball back there with a minute left to win the game. We put our defense in a rough situation and the punt return. Our defense really won the game twice, so it was awesome to see. We needed that. If we would have won like last week in another high-scoring game, then we're sitting here with that same feeling about, 'here we go again on defense.' That was a really hot offense, as everybody knows. We played really good on defense."
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How to Watch: No. 13 Ole Miss vs. Tennessee

After surviving a nail-biter last week against the Arkansas Razorbacks, the Ole Miss Rebels will look to continue their winning ways on Saturday against the Tennessee Volunteers. The Volunteers, led by first-year head coach Josh Heupel, field one of the nation's top offensive attacks in 2021, which is nearly identical...
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Braylon Sanders Out For Remainder Of Game vs. Tennessee

Following Ole Miss' first possession against Tennessee, wide receiver Braylon Sanders is questionable to return with a lower body injury. Sanders almost hauled in a one-handed catch in the end zone on a Matt Corral early in the first quarter, but he was unable to secure it. The Rebels later scored on a Snoop Conner rush from a yard out.
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Prediction, Preview, and Odds#193Ole Miss#194Tennessee

The surging Tennessee Volunteers will test themselves at home against the high-flying Ole Miss Rebels offense on Saturday night. This will be Lane Kiffin’s first time back to good old Rocky Top in Knoxville as a head coach. After getting run over by the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Rebels survived an epic offensive shootout with the Arkansas Razorbacks. Meanwhile, it has been smooth sailing for the Vols in back-to-back wins over South Carolina and Missouri.
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College Football Big Game Reaction: Purdue, LSU, Georgia, OU & More

Quick reaction to the biggest games of Week 7: Georgia vs Kentucky, Purdue vs Iowa, Cincinnati vs UCF, Oklahoma vs TCU, Michigan State vs Indiana, Ole Miss vs Tennessee, Oklahoma State vs Texas, and LSU vs Florida. College Football Big Game Reaction: Week 7. – Week 7 Scoreboard, Predictions. Week...
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Ole Miss beats Tennessee 31-26

In a battle of explosive offensive teams, Matt Corral accounted for over 400 yards of offense and led Ole Miss to a 31-26 victory over Tennessee. Vol fans had an inkling that it was going to be a long night in the game’s first possession, as Tennessee forced a punt, Vol return man Velus Jones fumbled it and Ole Miss recovered at Tennessee’s 11-yard line. The Rebels scored five plays later.
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Overtime: Final Thoughts From Tennessee-Ole Miss

After a wild night of Tennessee football and witnessing a crowd unlike any other, VR2's Jake Nichols and Jack Foster shared their instant thoughts in Neyland Stadium following the game. The video can be seen below:. Tennessee will take on the Alabama Crimson Tide Saturday, October 23 at 7 p.m....
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Tennessee-Ole Miss: Game balls

Tennessee (4-3, 2-2 SEC) lost to Ole Miss, 31-26, at Neyland Stadium in Week 7. Following the Tennessee-Ole Miss game, Vols Wire issues game balls for top performers on offense, defense and special teams. Offense: Hendon Hooker. 17-of-26, 233 passing yards, 1 touchdown. 23 attempts, 108 rushing yards, 1 touchdown.
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