Happy Sunday, everyone.
A week after a blowout loss to Florida, the Ole Miss faithful at The Grove for homecoming left happy as the Rebels rebounded at home to beat New Mexico State, 52-3.
But for Ole Miss fans who didn’t catch the action Saturday, here is what you missed:
- Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell had another big Saturday, catching eight passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns. But no reception was more impressive than his one-handed touchdown grab in the third quarter.
- It wasn’t just a great day for Treadwell Saturday. Quarterback Chad Kelly threw for 384 yards as he eclipsed the 300-yard mark for the fourth time this season. That ties the single-season Ole Miss record.
- Speaking of broken records, Ole Miss continues to say that a decision in the Laremy Tunsil investigation is coming soon. The Rebels expect an announcement on his eligibility next week.
Other Ole Miss news from around the Internet
- Ole Miss wanted to get back on track against New Mexico State this Saturday, but ESPN Greg Ostendorf argued that was never in doubt. The only question was whether the Rebels would reach 70 points for a third time this season.
- The Rebels didn’t score over 70 points again, but the result was really never in doubt. Daniel Paulling of The Clarion-Ledger wrote that Ole Miss cruised to victory over New Mexico State.
- NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly was excited to make his first trip to The Grove to watch his nephew, Chad, play Saturday.
Best stories around the SEC
- Tennessee QB Josh Dobbs wins teammates over with fourth-quarter rally
- Leonard Fournett on Nick Chubb’s injury: “My heart just shattered”
- Alabama player tweets about “drunk” fans at halftime
- Les Miles: “Glad to be 5-0, looking forward to playing the Florida Gators”
- Steve Spurrier said his top running back decided not to play after being cleared