Bo Wallace won more games and amassed more total yards during his career than any player in Ole Miss history.

Unfortunately, that’s not how he’ll be remembered by the Ole Miss fan base, and games like Wednesday’s Peach Bowl loss are the reason why.

Wallace completed just one of his first seven passes in a 42-3 loss to TCU, and by game’s end he completed just 10 of 23 passes for 109 yards and three interceptions. He threw a pick on his third throw of the game, and threw all three of his interceptions in the first half as TCU mounted an early 28-0 lead.

The senior looked out of sync from start to finish. He telegraphed throws. He hesitated to pull the trigger when receivers broke open, likely out of fear of throwing another pick. He was shaky in the pocket and ineffective as a runner.

He was a walking disaster who sat for much of the second half to spare him from further shame.

There’s no doubting that Wallace has the talent to beat any team in the country when he’s at his best. But throughout his career there was no deciphering when he’d make a drive-killing, boneheaded decision.

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The disparity between Good Bo and Bad Bo left Ole Miss fans frustrated for three years. The same quarterback capable of leading consecutive touchdown drives to defeat Alabama in early October also helped cost his team a monumental bowl win less than three months later.

And the frustration caused by that disparity is the reason Wallace will be remembered for his bad days more so than his brightest moments.

Fans knew there was a potential Wallace would implode in Wednesday’s bowl game. After all, he committed three or more turnovers in the first half of multiple games this season, and Ole Miss nearly lost both times to unranked opponents (Boise State and Memphis) as a result.

The same fans that watched Wallace struggle also saw him take down a top-ranked Alabama team this season and a loaded LSU squad last season. Wallace’s best games only intensified the frustrations with his worst. He’ll always be remembered as an underachiever, which is about as negative a perception as a player can garner during his career.

Ole Miss fans may learn to fully appreciate Wallace because of how far the team stands to regress at the quarterback position in 2015. The Rebels don’t have a single quarterback on their roster with an FBS start.

Backups DeVante Kincade (1 of 3 passing for 11 yards in mop-up duty) and Ryan Buchanan played putrid in reserve roles this year. JUCO transfer Chad Kelly may not make it to Oxford, and if he does he’ll bring a troubling past with him.

The consistently inconsistent Wallace underachieved for most of his career, but he wasn’t a bad player. The senior was as good a quarterback as Ole Miss has had in a decade, and he still couldn’t get the Rebels over the hump. Even more infuriating is that the only player stopping Wallace from leading Ole Miss to glory was in fact Wallace himself.

The quarterback sitting atop the Ole Miss record book in a number of categories will always be remembered for games like Wednesday’s loss to TCU, and that’s not nearly as unfair as it seems.