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  Matt Corral was not going to let an extended weather delay spoil his night. The Mississippi quarterback shrugged off the nearly two-hour pause and posted a record-setting performance. "We had the best week of practice that we've had since I've been here," Corral said. "It showed tonight. The weather wasn't going to stop us." Corral accounted for a school-record seven touchdowns in less than three quarters as No. 17 Mississippi defeated Tulane 61-21 Saturday night. Corral ran for four touchdowns – 9, 15, 15 and 6 yards – and passed for three scores, finishing 23 of 32 for 355 yards. Corral had touchdown passes of 12, 50 and 45 yards to Dontario Drummond, Jonathan Mingo and Braylon Sanders, respectively.

Corral was lifted after directing three scoring drives early in the third quarter to build a 61-21 lead, capped by his final two touchdown runs. The Rebels finished with 707 yards of total offense, 403 by Corral, on a pace to merit consideration in the Heisman Trophy race. "The numbers really don't mean much to me. Not really," Corral said. "But I think they mean something to him (Coach Lane Kiffin) and I think he wants it more for me than I do. I'm just happy we played so well." The Rebels (3-0) responded to the weather delay efficiently, scoring on six of the seven opening possessions, including touchdown runs of 19 and 11 yards by Henry Parish Jr. and Drummond. Jerrion Ealy led the Ole Miss rushers with 15 carries for 103 yards. "This is a really good win," Mississippi coach Lane Kiffin said. "Tulane is a really good team and I think they'll do really good things the rest of the way, but we played well." - Mississippi Football/AP College Football

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