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Uprising in the UK with heroic characters at the end of the game in the SEC thriller


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OXFORD, ma’am. – – Austin Keys and Jared Ivey each was beaten in the final three minutes, both were in the red zone, and the Mississippi No. 14 held off the No. 7 Kentucky 22-19 on Saturday.

Keys and Ivey force Wildcats to kick defender Will Levis property search in a row with AJ Finley and Tavius ​​Robinson recover both, respectively. Both plays thwarted potential winning motives in round 20 to preserve victory for the rebels (5-0, 1-0 Southeast Conference).

Jonathan CruzA 26-yard lead at the end of the third half took Ole Miss to 22-19 and set the stage for a tense, frantic finish. The Rebels defense first forced the Wildcats to serve more early in the 4th half before turning the ball around to seal the victory.

Levis led Kentucky (4-0, 1-1) against Ole Miss 18 before fumbling while diving for more yardsticks. The Wildcats created a last chance on Levis’ 51-yard pass to Barion Brown to 7. After a disabling touch-down illegal motion penalty, Levis fumbled the next play on Ivey’s sack with 58 seconds remaining.

CARRIED AWAY

Kentucky: Wildcats fail with two extra points, a first-half 39-yard wide left-footed attempt and an illegal motion free-kick obliterated a potential TD pass in the last minute – and that’s the difference in a close game. The win marked a streak of eight wins spanning two seasons.

Mississippi: The Rebels survived a contest upgrade after passing a softer-than-expected September schedule. Ole Miss is 16-3 for two seasons and positions itself as the best team in the SEC apart from the top ranked Georgia or #2 Alabama team. The rebels 5-0 for the first time since 2014.

HINT POLL

Despite their steady promotion, the 14th Rebel Army still trails behind 11 other ranked unbeaten teams. Beating Wildcats No. 7 boosted Ole Miss’s prospects for a spot in the Top 10. The Wildcats had a solid road record and the number remained ranked despite the loss.

NEXT

Kentucky: The Wildcats begin their two-week home game against South Carolina on Saturday.

Mississippi: Rebels visit Vanderbilt on Saturday.

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