No. 6 Baylor tops No. 8 Ole Miss in Sugar Bowl; Corral hurt
Al Walcott set a Sugar Bowl record with a 96-yard interception return, Monaray Baldwin raced 48 yards for the go-ahead score on an end around, and sixth-ranked Baylor beat No. 8 Mississippi 21-7 as injured Rebels quarterback Matt Corral looked on from the sideline.
Nix finds Williams for game winner as Auburn tops Ole Miss
Auburn wide receivers Anthony Schwartz (1) and Ze'Vian Capers (80) both reach for an errant pass during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Mississippi in Oxford, Miss., Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
No. 5 Florida beats Ole Miss 51-35 in Kiffin's debut
The star tight end caught four of Kyle Trask’s six touchdown passes and No. 5 Florida spoiled the head coaching debut of Mississippi’s Lane Kiffin with a 51-35 victory Saturday. Trask completed 30 of 42 passes for 416 yards including touchdown passes of 1, 16, 71 and 17 yards to Pitts. Trask modestly chose to deflect the attention to 6-foot-6, 240-pound Pitts, who consistently found seams in the Ole Miss secondary. Ole Miss (0-1) tied it at 14 midway through the second quarter before yielding to the Trask-led Florida outburst.
Gee whiz: Peeing dog celebration costs Ole Miss in Egg Bowl
They’ll have to drag my Yankee ass out of here.”The teams combined for seven sacks and 17 tackles for loss, and Mississippi State won the turnover battle 3-1. Seven plays later, Shrader scored on a 5-yard run to put Mississippi State up 21-14. After pulling Plumlee in favor of Corral, Ole Miss had two different red-zone opportunities in the fourth quarter. On the final drive of the game, Mississippi State committed three of its five total penalties and Ole Miss ran nine plays inside the 15 before eventually connecting for the touchdown. Mississippi State: After a long season that fell well short of expectations, an emotional home win over a hated rival might just be enough to keep Moorhead from losing his job.
Burrow throws 5 TDs, No. 1 LSU beats Mississippi 58-37
Burrow threw for a career-best 489 yards and five touchdowns as top-ranked Tigers built a big lead and held off Mississippi 58-37 on Saturday night. “It wasn't pretty, but we did it after a big win last week,” LSU coach Ed Orgeron said. We're 10-0 and I'm very proud of that.”Burrow completed 17 consecutive passes at one point to set a school record and passed Rohan Davey’s single-season school record for yards passing set in 2001. Chase tied the school record with his 12th touchdown catch of the season. THE TAKEAWAYLSU: The Tigers set the tone with the early touchdown barrage and eliminated the thought of a road upset.