Ole Miss vs. Arkansas: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
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Arkansas 27, Ole Miss 30 -- FINAL
Welcome folks, and thanks for joining us as we follow Ole Miss take on the Arkansas Razorbacks!
This SEC matchup pits the 4-3 Rebels against the 3-4 Razorbacks in Little Rock, Ark. The winner will take a big step up the standings in the SEC West, while the loser will see Alabama run away from them. Kickoff starts live here on Bleacher Report at 12:21 p.m. EST!
FINAL SCORE: ARKANSAS 27, OLE MISS 30
The efforts of Dennis Johnson and Cobi Hamilton are ultimately not enough as a last-second field goal gives Ole Miss the win. Ole Miss moves to 5-3 while Arkansas drops to 3-5.
Thanks for being with us folks, this has been Thomas Attal on a Bleacher Report Live Blog, it's been a pleasure.
31 YD FIELD GOAL ARKANSAS AS TIME EXPIRES
ARKANSAS 27, OLE MISS 30
Here we go folks, this is the big play we've been waiting for. Rose hits the 31yd field goal, and Ole Miss survives the Arkansas comeback!
Whenever Ole Miss needs something done, they turn to Randall Mackey.
Man oh man, this is some SEC football right here! 10 points from Arkansas when they needed it most, and Ole Miss has two minutes to get their fifth win of the season.
ARKANSAS 27, OLE MISS 27
What an unbelievable run from Johnson! He just literally took the other team on his back in order to put his team on his back. Down to the 5-yard line, and boy was that impressive from Dennis Johnson. AND ON THE NEXT PLAY HE RUNS IT IN!! WE ARE TIED IN LITTLE ROCK!
That's 12 receptions for Hamilton on the day...if Arkansas pulls this out it will be in great part thanks to their wide receiver.
Announcers predict Wilson will pull it together and tie this one up...I say yes, announcers, I concur.
Consecutive sacks on Wallace, this one from Rasner! Rasner and the Arkansas D is keeping their team in this one.
Penalties plague another Arkansas drive, and Ole Miss could put this one away.
You can add recruiting Charles Sawyer to the short list of good things Houston Nutt did for the Ole Miss football program.— Austin Miller (@austinkmiller) October 27, 2012
Horrible blown call! On 2nd and 15, Nkemdiche clearly interferes with the pass and gets away with it. That could turn out to be huge.
Arkansas gets the ball back, down a score. With just six minutes to go, you have to wonder how many more chances they're going to get.
Isn't it crazy how depressing commercials become that much more depressing when your team is losing?
Rose was 0-2 on kicks of 50+ yards. Now 1-3. Nails a 54-yard attempt. Ole Miss 27, Arkansas 20. 10:06/4Q.— Ben Garrett (@SpiritBen) October 27, 2012
53 YD FG OLE MISS
Arkansas 20, Ole Miss 27
That's 53 yards that Ole Miss and Rose needed to hit, and it kills my prediction for good :/
On third down, Wallace is dropped by Rasner in the backfield! Ouch, that's a costly bad call for Ole Miss, and a great play by Rasner. Game changer?
That's three consecutive short passes to the left sideline for Ole Miss, and it works! If it works, don't stop I guess.
Not sure if I've ever seen Tyler Wilson make this many bad decisions.— SEC Press Pass (@SECPressPass) October 27, 2012
41 yd Field Goal Arkansas
Arkansas 20 Ole Miss 24
Arkansas just falls apart with penalties and turns a good drive into a long field goal attempt. Still a one-possession game though
But it comes back on an illegal formation call on the offense. The play was a great pass from Wilson, but it won't even the game up just yet.
Arkansas is driving on the back of Tyler Wilson. They need points here badly.
27 yd FG OLE MISS
Arkansas 17 Ole Miss 24
The drive stalls in the endzone, but Ole Miss hits the field goal to make it a one touchdown lead
BO WALLACE WITH A GREAT THROW, AND AN EVEN BETTER CATCH FROM MACKEY! That's how Ole Miss is going to get this win, and that's how Mackey is going to get the NFL noticing.
ANOTHER INTERCEPTION FOR TYLER WILSON!
32 yard return after the pick by Nkemdiche which resulted from a terrible Wilson throw. He simply underthrew everyone and found white jerseys.
That's 107 yards on 18 carries for Dennis Johnson. Is he THE impact player of the game? Well Wilson certainly needs him to spread the field and give him a bit more time than he's had thus far.
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