The Ole Miss Rebels continue dominating opponents in the postseason, and Arkansas became the latest victim Monday night.

The Rebels dominated the red-hot Razorbacks 13-5 to improve to 2-0 and remain in the winner’s bracket in the College World Series. In fact, Ole Miss is the only team in Omaha to not have lost a postseason game yet.

Remember, Ole Miss was the last team to get in the postseason tournament by the selection committee, and it’s on a remarkable run.

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Rebels freshman Hunter Elliott threw an absolute gem. The southpaw threw 6.1 innings, allowed just 1 earned run and walked 2 hitters. He threw a lot of strikes and was aggressive all night.

Ole Miss got the scoring party started early. With Mississippi leading 2-1, Tim Elko hit a towering 416-foot home run that probably just landed. Elko’s second inning bomb extended the Rebels lead to 4-1.

Not to be outdone by Elko, 9-hole hitter Calvin Harris also hit a bomb in the 5th inning to extend Ole Miss’ lead to 8-3. Harris went 2-for-3 with 4 RBIs.

The bottom of the Ole Miss order got on base 8 times and scored 4 runs. Arkansas used 7 different pitchers, as it was saving arms for its remaining stay in Omaha.

For the Hogs, Jalen Battles and Braydon Webb each went 2-for-3. Peyton Stovall hit a 2-run home run in the bottom of the 9th.

Arkansas falls to the loser’s bracket at 1-1 and will face Auburn in an elimination game on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Ole Miss will await the winner of Arkansas and Auburn, and the Rebels will have to lose 2 straight in order to not make it to the final series.