Ole Miss @ #16 Washington

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    Slow Start, Strong Finish

    "Sound the Siren its Husky Football Time!"


    Box Score

    Ole Miss - 7 l 00 l 7 l 7 l 21
    Washington - 0 l 28 l 7 l 7 l 42



    8/26 - Seattle, WA

    Ole Miss traveled to Seattle to take on the #16 ranked Washington Huskies in week one of college football action! It was a very slow start for the Huskies after turning the ball over twice in the redzone, both in the first quarter. The interception by Ole Miss led them to their first points of the game, and gave Washington's fans a look of worry after the Huskies couldn't answer back on the ensuing drive.

    Washington came out firing in the second quarter after backup quarterback, Kyle Ingraham fired a 69 yard pass to J. Moore for their first points of the game, but it didn't stop there. Washington's defense began to press tougher and tougher against the Rebel offense creating turnovers a plenty in this game. With 2:46 left in the first half, Pat Brown began his attack of rushing touchdowns, taking a 4 yard rush in for his first score of the season, following the next turnover by the Rebels, Brown took a 75 yard option pitch from Ingraham for 6, and with :25 seconds left in the half Brown cut up the middle of the Rebel defense for 85 yards.

    Mississippi tried coming back slowly, but it never got going. With :42 seconds left in the third quarter, Rebel quarterback Anderson tossed a 50 yard score to Rivera, but only to let Pat Brown take a 100 yard kickoff return to the house, taking the heart out of the Rebel comeback.

    Going into the fourth quarter the Huskies led 35-14, and the Rebels looked to try everything they had with a quick 63 yard run on 3rd & 1 from J. Amos. It looked like the 14 point deficit was not going to be hard to overcome until with 3:12 left in regulation, S. Parks took an interception for 70 yards to the endzone and the final siren sounded for the Huskies!

    Next week the Huskies are off, and will look to get some practice in before facing conference foe UCLA.

    Key Stats : Miss / Wash

    First Downs : 10 / 8
    Total Offense : 366 / 356
    Rushes l Yards l TD : 23 l 114 l 1 / 27 l 174 l 2
    Comp l Att l TD : 15 l 31 l 2 / 8 l 18 l 2
    Passing Yards : 252 / 182
    Redzone % : 0% / 50%
    Turnovers : 5(int) / 3 (2int&1fum)

    Key Players :

    Offensive
    Kyle Ingraham : 4/4, 153 yards, 2 TD
    Kyle Davis : 4/14, 29yards, 0 TD, 2 INT
    Pat Brown : 21 rushes, 150 yards, 2 TD (MVP)

    Defensive
    M. Flowers : 7 Tackles, 3 TFL, 1 INT
    S. Parks : 4 Tackles, 2 INT, 1 TD
    J. Harris : 9 Tackles
    J. Wright : 2 INT
    J. Thomas : 6 Tackles, 2 TFL, 1 Sack
     

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