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Ole Miss raced out in front 14-0 in the first quarter but quickly surrendered momentum back giving up a long kick return. Kentucky scored a touchdown right after, but in a weird trend for the day would miss the point after, after earlier missing a field goal attempt. Ole Miss would score on a safety and field goal, and Kentucky would also score another touchdown, but fail on the two-point try. It was 19-12 at halftime. You could tell that Will Levis, though he made some nice plays in the game at times was not himself with the countless injuries he had suffered. Still, at the beginning of the second half, he would find Pringle for the score and tie the ball game. 

The Rebels would answer with a field go and go up 22-19 with 2:19 to go in the third quarter. Ole Miss defense would rise to the occasion, forcing two Will Levis fumbles in their red zone, and a turnover on downs. And hang on to win by that 22-19 margin.

Turning Point in the Game

Because the game was so competitive and down to the wire, Will Levis was stripped with just under a minute left in the ball game sealing the win for the Rebels!

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