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Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, LA) Tigers 10, Rebels 7 Heading into the game at #3 in the nation, Ole Miss found themselves in a gridiron battle early. The Rebels would find the endzone first at the end of the first quarter but would be shut out for the remainder of the game by the Tigers. LSU would cap off a 13-play, 95-yard drive with a 3-yard touchdown pass to Logan Stokes to take the 3-point lead that would suffice as the winning score in the 10-7 victory of the Rebels.
Saturday, October 19, 2013 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (Oxford, MS) Rebels 27, Tigers 24 Un-ranked Ole Miss invited the 6th ranked LSU Tigers into their home stadium with one thing in mind; upset. The Rebels took an early 10-0 jump putting the Tigers on the offensive for the remainder of the night. After a 4-yard connection between Mettenberger and Landry Ole Miss was left with the ball, a tie, and 3:19 remaining on the clock, just enough time to get Andrew Ritter in a kicks length distance for the 27-24 win.
Saturday, November 17, 2012 at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, LA) Tigers 41, Rebels 35 With 7 turnovers, numerous long touchdowns, and several momentum changers, the one that brought the game back in favor for the Tigers was an Odell Beckham Jr. 89-yard punt return that tied the game at 35. The return created enough juice to create a pair of critical sacks from Anthony Johnson and Lavar Edwards keeping Ole Miss out of field goal range. The Tiger Offense responded to their defensive efforts by driving from mid-field to secure the 41-35 win with a Jeremy Hill score as time expired.
Saturday, November 19, 2011 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (Oxford, MS) Tigers 52, Rebels 3 Headed into the game as the nations number one team, there was little the Rebels could have done to stop one of the most explosive offenses in the NCAA. With just a second quarter field goal to their name at the end of the game, LSU showcased complete domination for all four quarters. Remaining undefeated on the season, the 52-3 route of Ole Miss was the worst the team had seen since the 49-0 loss against Georgia in 1974.