Ole Miss got off to a rough start offensively in its 15-10 loss to Memphis to open the season. The Rebels had a host of issues that coach Matt Luke addressed Monday in his weekly press conference.

In the first game under new offensive coordinator Rich Rodriguez, the Rebels were just 1-for-10 on third down conversions, with 93 yards passing and just 80 yards rushing on 33 attempts. QB Matt Corral was 9-for-19 passing for 93 yards with an interception.

Super athlete Jerrion Ealy had just four carries for two yards.

“When you don’t have many snaps, it’s hard to get people touches,” Luke said about Ealy’s involvement.

About Corral, Luke said, “I think there are things we can do to help him. The line can help him, the receivers can help. It’s not all on him. If we want to throw downfield, we have to hold up in protection.”

One personnel change is that freshman OT Nick Broeker will play this week when the Rebels take on Arkansas in a 7:30 p.m. ET game on the SEC Network.