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  Mississippi quarterback Matt Corral insists he does not play favorites when it comes to picking receivers. "I really don't. I go through my progressions and make my reads," Corral said after throwing for five touchdowns - four in the first half - as No. 20 Mississippi routed FCS member Austin Peay 54-17 on Saturday night. "There's really not a favorite. We've got receivers that can make plays...It's hard for the defense to figure out who to take away." Ole Miss (2-0) added a defensive touchdown on a strip sack and 33-yard fumble return from defensive end Sam Williams and a safety from the special teams to build a 37-0 second quarter lead over the Governors (1-1) of the Ohio Valley Conference. "We were coming off a short week with the Monday win with Louisville," Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin said. "For one full day of practice and coming off a physical game, I thought our starters played pretty good." Corral finished 21 of 33 for 281 yards and had two other potential touchdown passes dropped during a lopsided first half.

Corral guided two series in the third quarter, building a 51-10 lead on a 3-yard run by Snoop Conner, before yielding to three reserves in the final 25 minutes. "The fast start was important," Corral said. "It's a lot of little things that if you do them right, they compound into big things, like touchdowns. We've still got some things to clean up but we got the job done." Dontario Drummond and Jonathan Mingo had two touchdown receptions apiece, covering 1, 49, 15 and 40 yards, respectively. Braylon Sanders added an 11-yard touchdown reception before Caden Costa closed the scoring with a 26-yard field goal. The Rebels finished with 631 yards of total offense. - Mississippi/AP College Football

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