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NCAA Game Summary - Ole Miss at Auburn



(Saturday, October 29th)

Final Score: Auburn 41, Ole Miss 23

Auburn, AL (Sports Network) - Clint Moseley threw for 160 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Auburn Tigers to a 41-23 victory over the Ole Miss Rebels in SEC action at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

Philip Lutzenkirchen hauled in two of those touchdown passes for Auburn (6-3, 4-2 SEC), while Michael Dwyer led the ground attack with 177 yards and one touchdown.

Brandon Bolden led the way for Ole Miss (2-6, 0-5), rushing for 114 yards and two touchdowns. Randall Mackey threw for 157 yards and one touchdown, but he was intercepted once and sacked four times in the loss.

Moseley gave the Tigers an early 14-0 lead with back-to-back touchdown passes in the first quarter. The first score went into the direction of Lutzenkirchen for 13 yards, and that was followed by a 45-yard scoring strike to Quindarius Carr.

The Rebels were able to get on the board late in the opening frame thanks to a one-yard touchdown plunge by Bolden.

Just seconds into the second stanza the Rebels added a 39-yard field goal by Bryson Rose.

Auburn responded with a 40-yard field goal by Cody Parkey.

Ole Miss was able to send the game into the half tied at 17 apiece thanks to another one-yard score by Bolden.

The Tigers took control out of the locker room though, as Moseley hit Emory Blake with a 25-yard touchdown pass. Dwyer's four-yard touchdown run as time expired in the third quarter gave the Tigers a 31-17 lead.

Auburn continued to pull away in the fourth frame, as Parkey connected on a 31-yard boot. The Tigers lead ballooned to 41-17 after Moseley and Lutzenkirchen hooked up again, this time for a four-yard touchdown.

Mackey hit Nickolas Brassell with a 10-yard touchdown pass, but that score came as time expired, leaving Ole Miss winless in league play.

10/29 23:47:16 ET


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