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2014 Mississippi vs Vanderbilt

The Ole Miss Rebels trounced the Vanderbilt Commodores 41-3 at Nashville’s LP Field in the 2014 SEC opener for both teams. The game was a blowout from the start, as Ole Miss held leads of 20-0 at halftime and 41-0 through three quarters on its way to a 38-point victory.

Rebels quarterback Bo Wallace was an impressive 23-of-30 through the air, throwing for 320 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions for the game. Ole Miss complemented Wallace’s stellar play with 180 yards and three touchdowns on the ground as a team, racking up 547 yards of total offense to Vandy’s 167.

The lone bright spot for the Commodores was freshman tailback Ralph Webb, who rushed for 95 yards on 18 carries. Quarterback Stephen Rivers, making his first start for Vanderbilt, was just 6-of-25 passing for 60 yards, throwing one interception. The Commodores’ fourth quarter field goal represented their first points on offense in 2014, two games into the season.

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