Rebels hold on third-and-1. Tide punt drops inside the 10. Rebels start their first fourth-quarter possession at the 7.

Long pass to Hodge puts Ole Miss at the 40.

McCluster and Bama’s Coffee trade fumbles. Lockett recovers for Ole Miss.

McCluster, after two turnovers, is back in the game. Gotta sit him I say.

Long pass to McCluster is incomplete. Dexter is down, and it appears he has gotten the breath knocked out of him. Could be more than that I reckon. He trots off under his own power with 11 minutes left in the game.

4-yard pass to Cook for the first on third-and-1.

McCluster is back in the game.

Bolden at the middle plus-4.

Tick, tick, tick.

Snead to Hodge in the front corner of the end zone for 17 and a touchdown. Kick is good. 24-17 at 9:27.

Ole Miss is now seven points back and has given up 10 points off turnovers. They trail in the turnover matchup 3-2. A fumble and a pick by McCluster and a pick by Snead.

Bama back at its 13 after holding on the kick return.

No gain for Ingram and Bama facing third-and-6 from the 17. Pass is incomplete. McCoy wants a flag, but there is none. Hardy was in the game and pressuring Wilson. Hardy appeared to be limping, favoring that right foot.

Tide to punt.

Ole Miss at its 48 with 8:10 on the clock.

I’m going to leave it here and get ready to head down.


14 Responses to “FOURTH QUARTER”

  1. Jimmy Barbee Says:

    Not dead yet!!!! 20-24 Bama

  2. farley662 Says:

    Good game Rebs. One thought though, some of the big uglies need to pay Dexter a midnight visit with pillow cases and bars of soap so he’ll stop fumbling.

  3. Jimmy Barbee Says:

    Dexter may have slipperys fingers at time, but his presence in the lineup is a valuable asset to the team in many ways.

  4. RoastBeef1 Says:

    I’m beginning to believe Dex is starting to do more harm than good. The guy is a great athlete but this fumbling problem has to be resolved. Though Ole Miss is talented, they don’t have the same amount of talent as a Alabama or LSU. You can’t turn the ball over, especially when you’re out classed. Is there no one else that can possibly run the Wild Rebel? Give Enrique or Thomas a shot I say.

    I like Dex a lot, but seriously, this has happened too many times.

  5. donttouchatwire Says:

    you know what stood out in my mind. a few weeks ago pa you made a blog entry that said “you can count one turnover each for dexter and sneed” or something like that.

    yep. i too said he needed to sit.

  6. farley662 Says:

    The Wild Rebel did more harm than good today JB. Snead was on point and taking the ball outta his hands to run a gimmick play in the redzone was dumb. And having Dexter throw the ball on 3rd and long???? What was that? He’s passed the ball 4 times. 0-4 with two INT’s. If you count the 3 fumbles, that’s five TO’s directly contributed to Mr. Dreadlocks.

    On that drive where Bama stopped y’all on 4th down, Dex should have gotten the 1st down. Instead of lowering his head he wusses out and runs outta bounds 2 yards short.

  7. Jimmy Barbee Says:

    I beg to differ with you RoastBeef1, Ole Miss is not out classed. They are a class football team. They have a very good football team and have demonstrated that in playing two teams One, # 4 national rated and beating them 31-30 on their home field; two, #2 national rated and losing by a score of 20-24 and on their home field. So they are a respectful , just had some bad breaks this season in other games.

    Farley, coach Nutt is the coach of the Rebels, you are not.

  8. farley662 Says:

    Never said I was. Neither are you. But, only you can have an opinion? Good grief.

  9. farley662 Says:

    And Obama will be president, McCain will not! How you like them apples? LOL! 🙂

  10. m4rebs Says:

    I said it after the Wake game, the guy is absolutely killing us. It’s not all his fault on the pass, you don’t try that play on 3rd and 7, more like 2nd and 2 or 3rd and 1.

    Another tough loss. Another year of hearing thier arrogance without anything to combat it with.

    Why do you give up 3 points in the 3rd quarter, by the way???? ALWAYS get points until the 4th, then make up the difference with 6’s if down by multiple scores. That 4th down stop really hurt.

  11. RebelGiant Says:

    AL will get theirs soon enough.

    Well at least we didnt get hammered by UT.

  12. m4rebs Says:

    It just continues to be frustrating being a Rebel Fan. What do we call these games this year? Last year it was the Ed Orgeron Moral Victories in defeat. What are they when we play better than the other team and still lose this year? A Nutter Butter?????
    You guys know I’m not an Ole Miss homer based on my comments and observations and views, so I really feel like this may mean a little something coming from me….but I can’t say that we’ve been legitmately “Beaten” by any team in any of our losses, but that WE are actually losing games. Granted, Florida probably lost the game to us versus us beating them, but we still had to make plays to counterpunch their shots.
    Today was no different in my opinion. We make the dumb turnover in the 2nd Qtr on the Wildcat Formation pass that they converted into 7 points on a freakin flea-flicker, and when throw an interception right before that on a force. That’s 10 points off turnovers where we lose a game by less than 1 score. Just makes me sick at my stomach. I’m sure you guys feel the same way.

  13. donttouchatwire Says:

    that fleaflicker….we had two guys right there. two guys that were right there and the pass was caught. those close plays seem to never go our way. that caused me to have to take a walk.

  14. Raleighrebel Says:

    Farley, just noticed you predicted the score right on the nose for this game. I’m going to have to agree with you on McCluster. He’s doing more harm than good. He at least should not be allowed to pass the ball anymore, and I think Nutt will realize that after this game. Bad call, and terrible pass. Should have just thrown it away.

    Not going to bash on the Rebs though. Way to come back in the 2nd half and put some points on the board, and hold Bama to zero points. I thought Snead played a great 2nd half as well.

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