Ole Miss turned in a dominating performance against overmatched Georgia Tech on Saturday, as the offense came alive to win 42-0.

Three different Ole Miss running backs had 2 touchdowns each as the Rebels churned out 316 rushing yards. Zach Evans had 18 carries for 134 yards, while Quinshon Judkins added 98 yards and Ulysses Bentley IV chipped in 27 yards yards. Judkins (95.5) and Zach Evans (91.5) came into Saturday as the only pair of teammates in the country averaging 90-plus yards rushing.

Ole Miss also blocked 2 punts. The last time Ole Miss blocked two punts in the same season was 2007. The last time it did so in back to back games was 1999 against Arkansas State and LSU.

The Power 5 shutout by the Ole Miss defense was against Mississippi State in 2008 (45-0).

In the first road game for Ole Miss’ transfer portal-laden team, the Rebels looked the part of a solid team.

Ole Miss collected 547 total yards, and held the Yellow Jackets to 189 yards, including just 31 rushing. The Rebels, by comparison, had 316 rushing yards. Ole Miss had 28 first downs, while Georgia Tech had 11.

Jaxson Dart played the majority of the game at quarterback, as Luke Altmyer, who suffered an upper body injury last week, didn’t come in until the fourth quarter. Dart was 10-for-16 for 207 passing yards

The Rebels also had a strong turnout again on defense, as they came in to Saturday allowing just 13 points through 2 games, the fewest allowed to start a season since the 1991 unit surrendered just 3 points at this point. Ole Miss ranked in the top 10 nationally in sacks per game (4) and forced turnovers (6).

The Rebels have now held 8 straight opponents to 21 or fewer points, the longest active streak among Power 5 teams.

Georgia Tech reverted back to many of the issues that cropped up during a seven-game losing streak that was snapped last week over FCS school Western Carolina. Geoff Collins continues to face questions and speculation about his future, as the Yellow Jackets are just 1-9 against Top 25 teams under Collins.

Ole Miss will play Tulsa next week before Kentucky on Oct. 1.