Tulane is beating Ole Miss 17-10 at the halftime break. Without Michael Pratt.

That’s not ideal for the Rebels, who blasted Mercer 73-7 last week and entered Week 2 looking to match. But iffy play from the offensive line, as well as an early injury to standout WR Tre Harris, has slowed the Rebels’ progress thus far.

And Tulane backup Kai Horton is playing very well early. He’s not doing anything crazy, but he’s led his offense well, throwing for 112 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions. The Green Wave has rushed for 68 yards and a touchdown so far.

But the Tulane defense is outplaying their offense. The Green Wave have made life difficult for Dart after the first drive, and Ole Miss’ O-line isn’t doing a great job of creating holes for Quinshon Judkins.

Tulane already has 2 sacks and 5 tackles for loss.

See what the internet has to say about Ole Miss’ tough start below: