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Name: Jack Abraham (Double Transfer from Mississippi State/Southern Miss)
College: Missouri     Number: 16
Height: 6-0   Weight: 205
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: Double Transfer from Mississippi State/Southern Miss...2021: NAC...2020: NAC...Transfer from Southern Miss...(+) Coming off Oct 2020 Concussion...P1stC/PManning...2019: HMC...HM All-CUSA w/275-405-3496-19-15-67.9 pass, 81-77-1.0-6 rush, 1-17-17.0 pu



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  06/01/22 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Missouri football needed to add a veteran quarterback this offseason, coach Eli Drinkwitz felt. Sifting through the NCAA transfer portal, Drinkwitz and his staff landed former Mississippi State and Southern Miss quarterback Jack Abraham. "Our quarterback room has two younger guys on it," Drinkwitz said at the SEC spring meetings. "We were looking for somebody with some experience...In our first six games, we have three on the road and three in really difficult environments." When it comes to experience, Abraham has a significant amount across college football.

Abraham didn't play at Mississippi State because he was out all year with a concussion. He received a medical hardship waiver to be immediately eligible for this season. Abraham will be part of a quarterback competition at Missouri ahead of a schedule that will include road trips to Kansas State, Auburn and Florida in about the first month of the 2022 season. "I felt like for the sake of our team, we needed to make sure we have enough firepower in that room, and look forward to seeing all four of those guys really compete," Drinkwitz said. - The Clarion Ledger


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  05/24/22 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Jack Abrahams was granted a medical hardship by the NCAA after the season and entered the transfer portal. After flirtations with Ole Miss and Maryland, he landed in Columbia. "I've seen Jack just stay positive throughout all of it and just keep on believing that good things were going to happen for him and keep working at it," Cutcliffe said. "I think he's got an unbelievable opportunity at Missouri to finish the story of his college career." Still, nothing will come easy for Abraham in Columbia. Even with his years of experience, the 24-year-old remains a walk-on and will have to compete for any playing time he receives.

Abraham has not shied away from the competition and told the Tribune he wants to win the job. According to his former coaches, he will be helped by his experience and accuracy as a passer, plus the ability to anticipate how a play will work. Cutcliffe and Hill said they wouldn't bet against Abraham leading Missouri through the 2022 season. However it goes, they said he will have Oxford behind him. He might even be easier for his hometown to cheer for, now that he's not playing for a hated in-state rival. "He was going to convert a lot of Ole Miss fans to Mississippi State fans if he were to land that job," Hill said. "That really speaks to his character. People want to see him do well because he's just a good young man. "There'll be a lot of Mizzou shirts flying around in Oxford." - Columbia Daily Tribune


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  05/20/22 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Scoping SEC QB transfers: Eleven quarterbacks transferred to 10 SEC schools this offseason, with South Carolina's Spencer Rattler the lone guaranteed starter of the entire group. Here are On3.com ratings. No 5 - Jack Abraham, Missouri (from Mississippi State). Drinkwitz was bound and determined to add another arm to Mizzou's QB room and he did that by grabbing the well-traveled Abraham as a preferred walk-on. It's been a circuitous career for Abraham, who signed with Louisiana Tech in 2016, later transferred to Northwest Mississippi Community College, started two seasons at Southern Miss and then sat out last year at Mississippi State due to post-concussion syndrome. Get all that! Abraham led the nation in completion percentage in 2018 (73.1 percent) and threw 41 touchdowns over three years. He also tossed 29 picks and battled multiple injuries. Considering how dogged Drinkwitz was about adding someone to the mix this offseason to compete with Brady Cook and Tyler Macon, Abraham stands a legitimate chance to start in the SEC in the fall. - On3.com

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  05/17/22 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Missouri's quarterback competition has a new arm. A much older arm. But a better arm? That answer will reveal itself soon enough. Former Louisiana Tech, Southern Miss and Mississippi State quarterback Jack Abraham committed to the Tigers on Sunday after visiting the campus over the weekend, he told the Post-Dispatch. He formally announced his transfer plans Monday on social media. Abraham, Southern Miss' starter from 2018-20, will initially join Mizzou as a walk-on with a chance to earn a scholarship for the 2022 season, his seventh season in college football. "Whether or not (a scholarship) works out, that's not what I'm coming for," Abraham said. "I'm coming for the opportunity to compete and play at the next level. So that's the opportunity I was given. I think it's the best decision that I've made up to this point. I'm fired up."

A Missouri staff that struck out three times with established transfer quarterbacks this offseason delivered a simple message to Abraham: "They're looking for a guy to come in with experience," he said. There's no doubt he delivers experience. Abraham attempted 859 career passes over three seasons at Southern Miss (2018-20), compared to 82 career passes for Mizzou's two returning quarterbacks, Brady Cook and Tyler Macon. - Post-Dispatch


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  05/16/22 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Mississippi State quarterback Jack Abraham has a new home. The former Southern Miss signee announced on Monday that he is headed to Missouri. Abraham will be a walk-on with an opportunity to earn a scholarship after making the second move of his career, according to St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Dave Matter. Abraham transferred to Mississippi State this season after three years at Southern Miss. He didn't play a game after suffering a concussion and facial laceration during a "freak accident" in 2021. During his three years at Southern Miss, Abraham completed 69.3% of his passes for 7,067 yards and 41 yards. Now, he's transferring for the second time in his career. He arrived at Southern Miss as a three-star recruit and the No. 29 recruit in the state of Mississippi. Mississippi State returns Will Rogers, one of the nation's top passers, for the 2022 season. Meanwhile, the Missouri quarterback room has more question marks, opening the door for potential playing time for Abraham. - On3.com

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  05/15/22 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Eli Drinkwitz's great quarterback chase of 2022 continues with a new target. Former Louisiana Tech, Southern Miss and Mississippi State QB Jack Abraham is traveling to Columbia on Friday for a weekend visit, his father, Michael Abraham, told the Post-Dispatch. Abraham, who turns 25 in October, has embarked on a long college journey. The Oxford, Mississippi native committed to Tulane in high school but signed with Louisiana Tech in 2016 after the Tulane staff was fired. He redshirted at Louisiana Tech, then left for Northwest Mississippi Community College for the 2017 season, where he threw for more than 3,000 yards and 23 touchdowns. From there he became a three-year starter at Southern Miss from 2018-20, throwing for more than 7,000 yards, 41 touchdowns and 29 interceptions. He led the nation in completion percentage in 2018 at 73.1% and for his three-year run completed 69.3% with a passer rating of 147.4. - Post-Dispatch

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  12/21/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Mississippi State added some much needed experience to its 2021 quarterback room Friday night when former Southern Mississippi signal caller Jack Abraham announced his commitment to MSU via a graphic on Twitter. Abraham, who previously played at Oxford High School, Northwest Community College and Louisiana Tech, appeared in 27 games during parts of three seasons in Hattiesburg. Over that span, the former Golden Eagle completed 595 of 859 passes for 7,067 yards and 41 touchdowns to 29 interceptions.

Abraham's best statistical season at Southern Miss came as a junior when he appeared in all 13 games and threw for a shade under 3,500 yards, while completing 67.9 percent of his throws. The former Oxford quarterback also led the nation in completion percentage during the 2018 season at 73.1 percent - nearly three percent better than second place and former Washington State quarterback Gardner Minshew. - The Dispatch

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  12/19/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Mississippi State went to the transfer portal for another quarterback. This one doesn't have far to move. Former Southern Miss quarterback Jack Abraham announced via Twitter Friday night he will suit up for Mike Leach at Mississippi State next season. Abraham, an Oxford High School product, played in five games this season as he battled a hamstring injury. He completed 97-of-49 passes (65.1%) for 1,224 yards with seven touchdowns and four interceptions. As a junior in 2019, Abraham completed 275-of-405 passes (67.9%) with 19 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Abraham has 7,067 yards with 41 touchdowns and 29 interceptions in his career. - Jackson Clarion Ledger

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  11/24/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Southern Miss redshirt senior quarterback Jack Abraham has officially entered the transfer portal, a source with direct knowledge of the move confirmed to the Sun Herald on Friday. The decision to transfer wraps up Abraham's three seasons as the Golden Eagles' starting quarterback after informing the USM coaching staff on Nov. 12 that he planned to sit out the final five games of the 2020 season. Abraham will have one year of eligibility remaining after the NCAA decided in August to grant an extra year of eligibility to fall athletes.

Abraham battled through health issues for much of the last month. He didn't play in the 56-35 loss at Liberty on Oct. 24 after testing positive for COVID-19. He returned to make the start the next week against Rice, but suffered a concussion after taking a hard hit on a 15-yard run up the middle in the second quarter. Abraham didn't play again with third-string quarterback Trey Lowe III making starts in the 24-13 win over North Alabama on Nov. 7 and last week's 10-7 loss at Western Kentucky. - Sun Herald


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  11/21/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Southern Miss redshirt senior quarterback Jack Abraham, who has battled a concussion and COVID-19 in the last month, has elected not to play for the remainder of the season, a source with direct knowledge of the decision told the Sun Herald. USM interim coach Tim Billings was optimistic earlier this week that Abraham would return to the field this Saturday at Western Kentucky, but Billings has been informed that Abraham will not be playing in the five games remaining in the regular season. Abraham remains with the team and hopes to help the other quarterbacks, the source said. A long list of USM players, including junior running back Don Ragsdale most recently, have chosen to opt out of the 2020 season and leave the program. Others who have chosen to sit out this season and transfer include redshirt senior defensive end Jacques Turner, redshirt junior running back Steven Anderson and redshirt junior receiver Jaylond Adams. - Biloxi Sun Herald

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  10/28/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Southern Miss quarterback Jack Abraham returned to practice Tuesday after being out with COVID-19. Abraham missed Southern Miss' game on Saturday at Liberty for an undisclosed reason at the time. "I felt really good," Abraham said in regard to his first day back. "A little chest pain here and there, but I think that's just kind of the way (COVID-19) is. I never really had terrible symptoms, just had a little headache, achy, just kind of felt like a common cold or flu. "So I don't think I really had it as bad as other people have, but I feel like my strength and conditioning is really not as far off as I thought it would be." Abraham expects to play on Saturday against Rice, but it will be under the third head coach in four games for Abraham. - Hattiesburg American

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  10/17/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Southern Miss quarterback Jack Abraham is one of the most accurate passers in school history. His passing efficiency of 144.48 last season is third-best in school history. He leads the conference in yards passing per game (278) and his efficiency rating (148.1) is up almost four points from last season. However, he and his wide receivers have struggled to put together four quarters of offense. Southern Miss has scored 14 points within the first five minutes in the past two games. The Golden Eagles had 17 points after the first seven minutes against North Texas but didn't score again until the last drive of the second quarter. "We've been close really every game," Abraham said. "We've been putting together some good games in the passing game, but not really what we want to do as a whole, but at the end of the day...as long we're winning that's really the only thing that matters." - Hattiesburg American

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  09/08/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Jay Hopson is reportedly out at Southern Miss. Hopson was in his fifth season at the school and led the Golden Eagles to bowl games in three of his first four years. Southern Miss was expected to be a top contender in C-USA this year. Those expectations appeared all but gone when South Alabama rolled into M.M. Roberts Stadium on Saturday and beat Southern Miss 32-21. South Alabama came into the night riding a 15-game road losing streak. Southern Miss was once one of the top teams in C-USA but continued to fade under Hopson. Southern Miss is playing short-handed this fall after several of its top players opted out of the season due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. Defensive end Jacques Turner, linebacker Racheem Boothe, running back Steven Anderson and wide receiver Jaylond Adams all decided to sit out the season and were key losses for Southern Miss. - Denton Record

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  09/05/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Senior quarterback Jack Abraham has always been an efficient passer. There's no indication he's lost that skill either. Abraham was 22-for-32 passing for 314 yards. He went into halftime having completed 12 of his 14 pass attempts, and one of those incompletions came on a drop. Despite the fact that Abraham has played for five offensive coordinators in five college seasons, he's still managed to put together a productive career. Given the way he started his senior campaign, it seems like Abraham could be on the way to another strong year. - Clarion Ledger

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  09/03/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Jack Abraham opens his third season as the quarterback for Southern Miss. The Tulane contest last January was his 22nd career game and 21st start at QB (a 22nd start was at WR against Louisiana Tech in 2018) and he has now thrown for more than 200 yards in a game 16 times and for 300 yards or more seven times. Since the start of the 1987 season, the Golden Eagles have started 27 different quarterbacks. The three former Southern Miss QBs to make the most starts over that span include Austin Davis (45), Brett Favre (43) and Nick Mullens (41). Abraham became only the third Golden Eagle QB to reach the 3,000-yard mark in a season in 2019. Austin Davis did it three times during his career and Nick Mullens did it twice. In fact, the 3,496 yards for Abraham ranks tied for second for most passing yards in a Southern Miss single season with Austin Davis (2011). - Southern Mississippi Football

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  08/27/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE USA TEAM (COACHES): QB Jack Abraham, R-Sr., Southern Miss,...Abraham last season became only the third Golden Eagle QB to throw for over 3,000 yards in a season. The third-year starter from Oxford finished the year with 3,496 passing yards, tying him with Austin Davis (2011) for the second-most passing yards thrown in a season. His passing efficiency of 144.48 for the year is third-best for a Golden Eagle quarterback in a season, while his 275 completions ranks as fourth-most. - Southern Miss Football

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  07/31/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  2020 MANNING AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Jack Abraham, Jr., Southern Miss,...Abraham, the Oxford, Miss., native, started in all 13 games in 2019 and became only the third Golden Eagle QB to throw for over 3,000 yards in a season. The second-year starter finished the year with 3,496 passing yards, tying him with Austin Davis (2011) for the second-most passing yards thrown in a season. Abraham's passing efficiency of 144.48 for the year is third best for a Golden Eagle quarterback in a season, while his 275 completions ranks as fourth-most. He tossed at least one TD pass in 11 of 13 games and threw for over 200 yards on nine occasions, 300 yards in four games and 400 yards twice. - Southern Miss Football

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  05/31/20 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  At the surface level, Ole Miss quarterback John Rhys Plumlee and Southern Miss quarterback Jack Abraham are classic foils. Plumlee is a Hattiesburg native playing college ball in Oxford. Abraham is an Oxford native playing college ball in Hattiesburg. Plumlee is a dual-threat quarterback with 4.4 speed. Abraham is a pocket passer with precision accuracy. Abraham transferred twice before he found a school where he could start. Plumlee started eight games in the SEC as a true freshman. In the past, QB Country has worked with Eli Manning, Gardner Minshew, Nick Mullens and Jake Fromm, according to its website.

Plumlee and Abraham have independently trained with the founder of QB Country, former Ole Miss quarterback David Morris, since they were in high school. But the lack of school activities this spring, coupled with the fact that both quarterbacks were living in Hattiesburg, allowed an easy commute to Mobile where each quarterback could hone their craft. "Jack can really sling it," Plumlee said. "He's got a really good arm and can really throw it. When you get around guys that are really talented, it pushes you to be better. We're not all working on the same thing in a sense. But we are all definitely pushing each other just by being around each other." - The Clarion Ledger


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  12/19/19 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  2019 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): QB Jack Abraham, R-Jr., Southern Miss,...Eleven Golden Eagles earned honorable mention honors including quarterback Jack Abraham (Oxford, Miss.), running back De'Michael Harris (Vicksburg, Miss.), offensive lineman Arvin Fletcher (Madison, Miss.), defensive lineman Delmond Landry (Donaldsonville, La.), defensive end Jacques Turner (D'Iberville, Miss.), linebacker Racheem Boothe (Bassfield, Miss.), linebacker Swayze Bozeman (Flora, Miss.), defensive back Ky'el Hemby (Abingdon, Md.), Rachuan Mitchell (Jacksonville, Fla.), Stein and T.J. Harvey (Columbus, Ga.). - Southern Miss Football

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  11/17/19 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Jack Abraham threw for 290 yards and two touchdowns, De'Michael Harris had 121 yards rushing and two TDs, and Southern Miss beat UTSA 36-17 on Saturday night. Abraham was 22-of-34 passing with one interception. Quez Watkins had seven receptions for 137 yards and Tim Jones had 97 yards receiving and a score on eight catches for the Golden Eagles (7-4, 5-1 Conference USA). Harris took a handoff and raced up the middle for a 56-yard touchdown to give Southern Miss a 16-10 lead with 1:55 left in the first half. On the first possession of the second half, Watkins caught a short pass, split a pair of defenders and went untouched for a 77-yard TD catch.

Lowell Narcisse connected with Carlos Strickland II for a 51-yard touchdown to cut UTSA's deficit to 23-17 with 4:57 left in the third quarter but Harris answered with a 33-yard scoring run less than two minutes later and Kevin Perkins scored on a 39-yard run to make it 36-17 with 4:45 left in the game. Narcisse passed for 325 yards and two touchdowns for the Roadrunners (4-6, 3-3). The Golden Eagles moved into a tie with Louisiana Tech atop the C-USA West Division standings. The Bulldogs, who lost 31-10 at Marshall on Saturday, beat Southern Miss 45-30 on October 19. - Southern Miss/AP College Football


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  10/14/19 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  OCT 14/WEEK 7 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Southern Miss junior QB Jack Abraham threw for over 400 yards for the third time in his career, and the second time this season, as he completed 29-of-36 passes for 421 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions in a 45-27 victory over North Texas. He also added a rushing score while helping the Golden Eagles generate 563 yards of total offense. Abraham's pass plays included completions of 72, 59 and 59 yards and at one point, he completed six consecutive passes for double-digit yards.

The Oxford, Mississippi, native recorded eight-straight completions to start the game and had strings of seven catches two more times during the affair. The 421 passing yards is the sixth-highest total in school history and the seventh time the Golden Eagles have had a QB throw for over 400 yards in a contest. Abraham has thrown for 1,936 yards this season and has completed 71.7 percent of his passes (eighth in the FBS). This is Abraham's second Offensive Player of the Week honor in three weeks. - Conference USA Football


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  09/30/19 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Southern Miss junior QB Jack Abraham completed 19-of-28 passes for a season-high 351 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions in a 31-13 win over UTEP. His scoring strikes included a 74-yarder to De'Michael Harris, as well as 22-and six-yard TD tosses, as he orchestrated a Southern Miss offense that collected 519 total offensive yards. It was the second 300-plus yard passing game for Abraham this season and the fifth time in his 14 career games as a Golden Eagle. Saturday was also the third time that the Oxford, Mississippi, native has thrown at least three touchdown passes in a game in his career and has tossed at least one TD pass in each of the last seven contests. - C-USA Football

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  09/29/19 - QB Jack AbrahamrSr/2023, Missouri, 6-0, 205 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Jack Abraham passed for 351 yards and three touchdowns and Southern Mississippi rolled to a 31-13 victory over UTEP in a Conference USA opener on Saturday. The Golden Eagles (3-2) took the lead for good on their first possession. Abraham hit De'Michael Harris for a 74-yard scoring strike on third-and-14 for a 7-0 lead. Southern Miss made it 14-0 after Jordan Mitchell blocked a punt and recovered the ball at the UTEP 2-yard line. Harris ran it in two plays later. The Miners (1-3) put together two long drives in the second quarter but had to settle for two Gavin Baechle field goals and trailed 24-6 at halftime.

Kai Locksley broke loose for a 63-yard touchdown run on UTEP's first play of the third quarter to get the Miners within 24-13, but Abraham directed a 10-play, 82-yard drive, capped by his 6-yard TD toss to Jaylond Adams to provide the final margin of victory. Locksley completed 8 of 15 passes for 109 yards and led the Miners with 114 yards rushing on 12 carries. The rest of UTEP's rushers managed just 12 yards on 13 carries. Kevin Perkins and Harris combined to rush for 127 yards on 22 totes for Southern Miss. - Southern Mississippi/AP College Football


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