Arkansas and Ole Miss turned back the clock a few years on Saturday to deliver a wild, high-scoring SEC West shootout.

The game was far from over, only midway through the fourth quarter, when the total yardage hit the 1,000-yard mark.

Ole Miss appeared to make a key stop up 45-38 with 5:39 left in the fourth quarter, forcing Arkansas’ second punt of the game, the Razorbacks’ first punt since the 12:23 mark in the first quarter. The Rebels weren’t able to make it a two-possession game, however, punting back to Ole Miss after holding the ball for 1 minute 40 seconds.

Arkansas made the most of the opportunity, tying things up on an 8-play, 65-yard drive, capped by a KJ Jefferson touchdown run. There was plenty of Twitter debate about whether the Hogs should go for 2 to take the lead, but Sam Pittman opted to kick the extra point and make it 45-45 with 1:22 left.

All eyes were on Matt Corral to lead a game-winning drive, perhaps with a late field goal. Instead, on the second play of the drive, Corral hit Braylon Sanders for a 68-yard TD. With the extra point, Ole Miss went up 52-45 with just over a minute left. Corral’s bomb got a play sheet toss from Lane Kiffin.

Unsurprisingly, the game wasn’t over. Jefferson and the Hogs fought to the final snap. It was first-and-goal from the Ole Miss 9-yard line with 6 seconds left on the clock. After an incompletion, Arkansas got one more snap with 1 second left on the clock. Jefferson found Warren Thompson for a touchdown, making it 52-51. This time, Pittman elected to go for 2 and the win.

The 2-point try did not work, and Ole Miss held on 52-51.

CFB Twitter was quite entertained by the shootout in Oxford: