Herbstreit talked before the game how Johnathan Southwick held a players only meeting before the game and its obvious a coaching background is not in his future, as the Ol1e Miss Rebels took the Broncos behind the proverbial woodshed winning 66-29 and improving to 7-1 on the season. The Rebels forced four Bronco turnovers, returned a kickoff for a touchdown, and got a whole half of football out of their backups. Boise started the scoring early with a fieldgoal after being stopped in the redzone to take a 3-0 lead. Ole Miss then saw their next 6 possessions find the endzone in the first half and found themselves up 42-15 at the break. Bo Wallace had 300 yards passing in the half and Jeff Scott tacked on 100 plus yards on the ground, and all Rebels offensive starters watched the second half from the bench. The Boise state defense was putrid allowing 600 yards on the day, including a season high 257 on the ground for Coach Stones air raid offense When asked about the 66 points his team put up, Stone was quick to shoot down any thoughts of running it up on the Broncos. " Our guys showed up, they didn't period. We attempted 3 passes in the second half all on 3rd and long. We scored on a kick off return and a 85 yard run for 2 of our 3 scores after the half. You can't tell your guys to go out and play at 50% just because you have a big lead, that's how people get hurt. We had a great week of practice, and it showed out there today. We have a good young team, that is trying to turn the corner and become a great young team." The Rebels are definitely rolling heading into their bye week before facing a dangerous Arkansas team, in a game which they can clinch the SEC West.