Mouzon downs Park punt at the 5.

On third-and-8 from the 16 shovel pass to Tate goes for 2. Heavy rush. Stopped by Walker.

Auburn has been in the spread the whole time. No 2-back power stuff.

Punt puts Rebels back at their 32.

Mouzon has gotten a few snaps at corner for Ole Miss, but it’s been mostly Green.

Ted Laurent started at tackle ahead of Lawon Scott, but Scott has played and has a tackle so far.

Lockett has really gotten off to a good start with three tackles, two for loss, one TFL catching a guy from behind.

Coleman is back in the game for Auburn.

Incomplete to McCluster.

Jeff Roberson of the Ole Miss Spirit points out that Auburn has played a game and a half in this state, and no one has scored a touchdown yet.

3-and-out for the Rebels as Snead’s pass to Hodge is tipped and nearly picked.

Park’s punt rolls dead at the 11. The Auburn return man let it roll when he could have picked it up and run a long way.

On third-and-12 from the 8, Burns passes short to Trott to the 14.

A 20-yard run by Bolden gets Ole Miss to the Auburn 34.

Rebels get to the 16 but on third-and-2 Snead is too high for an open McCluster. Snead was pressured, he double-pumped and threw it over the head.

Shene is on for a 34-yard attempt. He’s hit his last eight, how his last nin.

Ole Miss 3, Auburn 0

Drive goes 47 yards in nine plays and consumes 3:37.

On second-and-10 from the 23, big rush by Stephens, Mario Fannin catches the ball, Marshay Green strips and Tony Fein recovers.

The play is reversed, and Auburn faces third-and-10.

First down pass to the tight end Trott to the 38.

On third-and-3 from the 45 Patrick Trahan smashes Fanning for a 1-yard loss.

Rebels punted back to the 14 with 2:04 on the clock.

Snead has nice throws on completions of 13 and 20 yards to Hodge and on third-and-10 from the 50, McCluster runs 28 yards up the middle.

Time out Ole Miss with 52 seconds on the clock. Last time out of the half for Ole Miss, which used its first less than 60 seconds into the game.

Rebels face first down from the Auburn 22.

Snead to McCluster in the middle of the field gets the ball to the 2. On second down Snead passes to Hoge in the left corner. Hodge got open against Auburn’s Walter McFadden after coming back to the ball.

Drive went 86 yards in nine plays and 1:26.

38 seconds on the clock.

Squib kick is field by an upbac, and Auburn is at its 38 with 34 seconds left. 3 time outs for Auburn.

Tigers get a 7-yard gain on first down, but Tuberville doesn’t use a time out. Clock runs, and Palmer smashes Burns on last play of the half. Pass is incomplete, but the pain isn’t.

Ole Miss 10, Auburn 0


4 Responses to “SECOND QUARTER”

  1. Bo Says:

    If Snead wasn’t so “off” this game, we would be leading BIG time. I know Auburn is struggling this year on offense, but our defense is playing really well. It’s the best we’ve looked all year for sure.

    We’ve got to put some more pressure on them offensively. I hope the Rebels realize that Tubby’s bunch will come out fighting in the 2nd half.

    Let’s go Rebels!!!

  2. Barry Spencer Says:

    PA, I love your last comment “Pass is incomplete, but the pain isn’t.

  3. Bo Says:

    Auburn scores after a BS review. Is it just me or is Ole Miss cursed when it comes to official reviews?

  4. Jeff Jolly Says:

    They ruled that he was forced out….is the wind blowing that hard in Oxford. It had to be the wind that forced him out. The defender was 2 yards behind him.

    Well….Auburn figured it out. Throw the ball and you win….

    Got to get pressure on Burns or it’s going to be a long 2nd half.

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