Ole Miss faces program-turning game against No. 25 Mississippi State
November 22, 2010
It all comes down to Mississippi State.
After 11 mostly grueling games, including a 43-36 loss at No. 5 LSU Saturday, Ole Miss sits at 4-7 overall and 1-6 in Southeastern Conference play. The 2010 season almost took a slight turn for the better inside the raucous confines of Tiger Stadium, but a final-gasp pass attempt from Jeremiah Masoli as time expired in the fourth quarter was intercepted by LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson, sealing another frustrating loss.
In the state of Mississippi, the most significant game of every year is the annual