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  SEPT 26 SEC CO-FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Quinshon Judkins, RB, Ole Miss,...Ran for a career-high 140 yards on a career-high 27 carries with two TDs...Recorded second straight game with two rushing TDs...Notched 100-plus all-purpose yards for third time in four career games...Moved into SEC lead with five rushing TDs on the season...Led Ole Miss to 300-plus yards rushing for second consecutive game. - SEC Football

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  Jaxson Dart and Quinshon Judkins accounted for four touchdowns in the second quarter as No. 16 Mississippi rallied from an early deficit to beat Tulsa 35-27 on Saturday. Ole Miss (4-0) trailed for the first time this season, 14-7 before the decisive 28-point outburst. Dart threw 31-yard touchdown passes to Malik Heath and Jonathan Mingo, and Judkins had scoring runs of 1 and 4 yards to complete the rally and build a 35-14 cushion.

Dart directed consecutive scoring drives of 75, 64, 93 and 46 yards in the quarter and finished 13 of 24 passing with 154 yards, adding 116 yards rushing on 13 carries. The Rebels had 462 yards of total offense, highlighted by 140 yards rushing on 27 carries by Judkins. Tulsa (2-2) was led by Davis Brin, throwing for a 20-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Epps and adding a 1-yard touchdown run. Brin was 7 of 13 passing for 112 yards before exiting with an injury in the second quarter. However, he remained on the sideline in uniform in the second half. Braylon Braxton replaced Brin to finish 9 of 22 passing for 83 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown pass to Epps to pull Tulsa to 35-27 in the fourth quarter. The Golden Hurricane, despite 457 yards of total offense, did not cross midfield on their final three possessions. - Mississippi/AP College Football


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  SEPT 19 SEC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Nick Broeker, OL, Ole Miss,...Paved the way for a Rebel rushing attack that amassed 316 yards on the ground and scored all six touchdowns on the day...Rebels recorded most rushing yards against a non-SEC Power 5 opponent since at least 1967...First time since Oct. 27, 1979 vs. Vanderbilt that three Ole Miss rushers tallied multiple scores...Graded out at 96 percent...Totaled six knockdowns with zero pressures, zero sacks allowed. - SEC Football

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  No. 20 Ole Miss shrugged off its uncertainty at quarterback by running right through Georgia Tech, with Zach Evans and Quinshon Judkins leading a 316-yard pummeling on the ground that carried the Rebels to a 42-0 victory Saturday. Jaxson Dart returned as the starting quarterback after Luke Altmyer got the nod the previous week. It really didn't matter who was taking the snaps. Not the way Ole Miss (3-0) was running the ball. The game plan was apparent from the very first possession. On third-and-7 from the Georgia Tech 17, Judkins ran for the first down. The freshman then rumbled to the end zone on third-and-goal from the 7.

Ole Miss ran for all six of its touchdowns, averaging 5.1 yards on a staggering 62 carries. Evans had scoring runs of 3 and 26 yards while rushing for 134 yards. Judkins gained 98 yards and also scored twice. Ulysses Bentley added two more TD runs as the Rebels really poured it on the third quarter, doubling their 21-0 halftime lead. The Ole Miss defense wasn't too shabby, either. The Rebels held Georgia Tech to 214 yards total offense while sacking Jeff Sims seven times. They have allowed just 13 points on the season, albeit against less-than-stellar opposition. Dart completed 10 of 16 passes for 207 yards with an interception, doing some of his best work on the ground. He rushed for 40 yards and pretty much delivered the exclamation point to this beatdown by lowering his shoulder to send safety Jaylon King flying at the end of a run late in the third. - Mississippi/AP College Football


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  Mississippi defeated the Bears 59-3 in a dominating performance from all three phases of the game. Quarterback Luke Altmyer got his first college start at quarterback and had a good outing, posting a three-touchdown evening, two through the air and one on the ground. During the second quarter, he was replaced by Jaxson Dart after he suffered an upper-body injury. Dart took over, and the Rebels didn't skip a beat. There's still no official word on who the starting quarterback will be for the season, as head coach Lane Kiffin hasn't given a definitive answer. "We'll go back and look at the film and see what we think," Kiffin said. - Daily Mississippi

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  Luke Altmyer threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, Michael Trigg had three touchdown catches and No. 22 Mississippi routed Central Arkansas 59-3 on Saturday night. Ole Miss (2-0) raced to a 28-0 first-quarter lead, highlighted by touchdown passes of 1 and 7 yards from Altmyer to Trigg before adding a 1-yard scoring run to cap the decisive surge. Altmyer was 6 of 13 for 90 yards before being lifted late in the second quarter with what a school spokesperson described as an upper-body injury, pending evaluation. The early outburst opened with a 6-yard touchdown run from Zach Evans.

Ole Miss got a 25-yard punt return for a touchdown from Ladarius Tennyson after a poor snap, and set up another score when Bobo Miller blocked a punt. Atlantic Sun Conference member Central Arkansas (0-2), trailed 31-0 at halftime. It had 182 yards of total offense. Hayden Ray made a 31-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to avoid the shutout. Jaxson Dart, a transer from Southern California, relieved Altmyer and finished 10 of 15 passing for 182 yards, highlighted by touchdown passes of 6 yards to Malik Heath and 2 yards to Trigg. Ole Miss finished with 487 yards of total offense. Quinshon Judkins rushed for 104 yards as the Rebels pulled away, leading 52-0 after three periods. - Mississippi/AP College Football


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  Southern California transfer Jaxson Dart directed three consecutive touchdown drives in the first half to help No. 21 Mississippi beat Troy 28-10 on Saturday in the opener for both teams. Ole Miss built a 21-0 lead in the opening 20 minutes on drives of 82, 68 and 83 yards and was never seriously threatened. Dart was 18 of 27 for 154 yards, with a 9-yard touchdown pass to Malik Heath to cap the opening series of the second half. Transfer Zach Evans rushed for 130 yards on 20 carries as Ole Miss finished with 433 yards of total offense. The Rebels scored on 2-yard runs in the first half by Ulysses Bentley IV, Jonathan Mingo and Quinshon Judkins. Jon Sumrall lost in coaching debut for Troy. Gunnar Watson threw for 275 yards for Troy, completing 34 of 47, with a 3-yard touchdown pass to Rajae' Johnson in the final quarter. - Mississippi/AP College Football

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  2022 COACHES PRESEASON ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM: WR - Jonathan Mingo, Ole Miss,...Mingo, a three-year letterwinner from Brandon, Mississippi, was sidelined over half the season in 2021 due to a broken foot in practice following the third week of the season. He tallied six starts at wide receiver last year and finished fourth on the team in receiving yards (346) and third in TD receptions (3). Mingo leads all returning receivers with 26 total starts, hauling in 61 catches for 897 yards and seven touchdowns over his three years in a Rebel uniform. - Mississippi Football

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  2022 COACHES PRESEASON ALL-SEC THIRD TEAM: DB - AJ Finley, Ole Miss,...Finley was selected to this year's Athlon Sports and Phil Steele Preseason All-SEC teams after a strong junior campaign in 2021. He appeared in 13 games, including 12 starts at safety, leading the team with three interceptions. Finley also paced all Rebel defensive backs with 91 tackles and was third on the team with four pass breakups. - Mississippi Football

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  2022 COACHES PRESEASON ALL-SEC THIRD TEAM: DL - Cedric Johnson, Ole Miss,...Johnson was also named to the Preseason All-SEC team by Athlon Sports and Phil Steele, in addition to a nod to Bruce Feldman's Top 50 Freaks list. The junior out of Mobile, Alabama, appeared in 13 games as a sophomore, starting 11 at defensive end. Johnson finished the 2021 campaign with 33 tackles, including 8.0 for a loss and was second on the team with 6.5 sacks. - Mississippi Football

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  2022 COACHES PRESEASON ALL-SEC THIRD TEAM: OL - Jeremy James, Ole Miss,...Last season, the junior helped pave the way for the sixth-ranked total offense (492.5) in the country, as well as the No. 12 rushing offense (217.6). James has started every game over the last two seasons on the right side of the line, but is slated to move to left tackle for 2022. - Mississippi Football

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  2022 COACHES PRESEASON ALL-SEC THIRD TEAM: RB - Zach Evans, Ole Miss,...Evans, a transfer running back from TCU, led the Horned Frogs in rushing yards (648) last season despite only playing in six games. The Houston, Texas, native averaged 7.0 yards per rush with five touchdowns before sidelined for most of the remaining portion of the season due to injury. For his career, Evans has averaged 7.3 yards per carry on nearly 150 rushing attempts. - Mississippi Football

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  2022 COACHES PRESEASON ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM: OL - Nick Broeker, Ole Miss,...Broeker, also a preseason All-America selection by Athlon Sports, is a multi-year starter for the Rebels who has yet to miss a game in his collegiate career. He started all 13 games at left tackle in 2021, playing in nearly all offensive snaps (927). The Springfield, Illinois, native was also awarded with the J. Richard Price Courage and Compassion Award at the end of spring practice, given annually to the senior lineman who, in the opinion of his coaches, has demonstrated extraordinary courage and unusual compassion in his dedication to his team and to Ole Miss. - Mississippi Football

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  ESPN TOP 100 PRESEASON 2022 CFB PLAYERS (Selected Aug. 17): No. 87. Zach Evans, RB, Ole Miss, Junior. Notable 2021 stats: 648 yards, 5 TDs. Last year's ranking: NR. The blue-chipper from Houston managed just 146 rushes and 18 receptions in two years at TCU before transferring, but he gained 1,269 yards with 10 touchdowns in those 164 touches. If he can stay on the field in Oxford, he could dominate in Lane Kiffin's up-tempo offense. - ESPN.com

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  2022 PRESEASON WUERFFEL TROPHY (COMMUNITY SERVICE) WATCHLIST: KD Hill, Ole Miss, Sr., DL,...Hill appeared in all 13 games with 10 starts at nose tackle in 2021...Registered 24 total tackles on the season...Tallied two tackles for loss...vs. Louisville (9/6/21). - Ole Miss Football

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