September 22, 2012; New Orleans, LA, USA; Ole Miss Rebels running back Jeff Scott (3) reaches across the goal for a touchdown past Tulane Green Wave cornerback Lorenzo Doss (6) during the first quarter of a game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE
Ole Miss overwhelms Tulane 39-0 | Yahoo! Sports
The Rebs didn't look great doing it, but they still made it look pretty easy by scoring 26 points in the first quarter alone on the way to a 39-0 shutout of the Tulane Green Wave. That was the first shutout Ole Miss has notched since the 2008 Egg Bowl.
Photos: Ole Miss vs Tulane photos | RebelGrove.com
An excellent an free photo gallery of this past Saturday's game courtesy of RebelGrove.com. Check it out.
Devon Walker draws support from Tulane, Ole Miss fans alike | Fox 8 Live dot com
Tulane's players wore number 18 on all of their helmets and our Ole Miss Rebels wore "DW" decals on the backs of their helmets in honor of injured Tulane safety Devon Walker. Fans and coaches were also seen wearing number 18 tee shirts throughout the Superdome on Saturday. It's tough to imagine what the Tulane fans, coaches, and players are going through, but it was very encouraging to see so much support sent their way.
A week after giving up 66 points, Ole Miss slams door shut on Tulane | The Clarion-Ledger
Tulane is not a good football team. Ole Miss turned the ball over three times and, as Hugh Kellenburger points out, had negative punt return return yards, a formula for a sure defeat at the hands of most opponents.
Ole Miss streaking into conference opener at Alabama | AL.com
Whoooo streaking! Oh, the author didn't mean that kind of streaking? He meant things like a 14 consecutive SEC losing streak? A 10 game losing streak against SEC teams on the road? Oh...
Rebels Blank Alabama With 1-0 Win | OLEMISSSPORTS.COM
The soccer team gets HATE WEEK started right with a 1-0 win over Alabama in Tuscaloosa. The Lady Rebel soccer team improves to 9-2 overall and 2-2 in the SEC with the win.