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Louisiana Tech at Mississippi

Louisiana Tech 27, Mississippi 7

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OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Chad Boyd and Javontay Crowe scored defensive touchdowns and Matt Nelson added a pair of field goals, helping Louisiana Tech rally for a 27-7 win Saturday night over Mississippi.

Boyd scooped up a mishandled backfield exchange and raced 33 yards for a third-quarter touchdown while Crowe's 26-yard interception return in the fourth helped the Bulldogs erase a 7-0 deficit. Nelson added field goals of 43 and 35 yards.

The win was the fifth straight for Louisiana Tech (6-4), which defeated a Southeastern Conference team for the first time since beating Mississippi State 22-14 in 2008.

The Rebels (2-8), following Monday's announcement that fourth-year head coach Houston Nutt would not return next season, lost their fifth consecutive game.

Louisiana Tech led 10-7 at halftime, tying the game on a 21-yard touchdown pass from Colby Cameron to Taulib Ikharo and a 43-yard field goal by Nelson on the first half's final play.

After taking a 7-0 lead, the Ole Miss offense sputtered, finishing with 307 total yards that included three turnovers and a pair of missed field goals.

Ole Miss scored on its second series, capping a 78-yard drive with a 34-yard touchdown catch by Brandon Bolden from Randall Mackey.

Louisiana Tech regained control by halftime and used opportunistic plays from its defense in the second half to seal it. Boyd scored with 3:49 left in the third period and three series later, Crowe finished the scoring with 11:08 remaining.

Hunter Lee rushed for 127 yards on 24 carries as the Bulldogs rolled up 350 total yards. Cameron finished 13 of 27 for 180 yards while Quinton Patton and Ikharo finished with three receptions apiece. Adrien Cole led the Louisiana Tech defense with 10 tackles, including two for loss.

Mississippi kicker Bryson Rose, who had hit 17 consecutive field goals over a two-year period, missed from 36 and 52 yards. Rose was within one kick of tying the SEC record set by Tennessee's Fuad Reveiz in 1982.

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Scoring Summary
MSBrandon Bolden 34 yd pass from Randall Mackey (Bryson Rose kick)
LATECHTaulib Ikharo 21 yd pass from Colby Cameron (Matt Nelson kick)
LATECHMatt Nelson 43 yd FG
LATECHMatt Nelson 35 yd FG
LATECHChad Boyd 33 yd fumble return (Matt Nelson kick)
LATECHJavontay Crowe 26 yd interception return (Matt Nelson kick)
 
Team Stats
 LATECHMS
First Downs1519
Third Down Efficiency4-175-18
Fourth Down Efficiency2-20-2
Plays-Net Yards67-35080-307
Rushes-Yds40-17043-128
Passing Yds180179
Kick Return Yds069
Punt Return Yds150
Passes13-27-114-37-1
Punts7-3017-262
Fumbles-Lost1-12-2
Penalties-Yds7-507-59
Time of Poss.29:1230:48
 
Individual Stats
RUSHING
LATECH: Hunter Lee 24-127, Lennon Creer 7-23, Colby Cameron 5-14, Rickey Courtney 2-3, Nick Isham 1-3, Tyrone Duplessis 1-0
MS: Brandon Bolden 14-46, Enrique Davis 9-39, Jeff Scott 7-26, Randall Mackey 9-23, Tobias Singleton 3-1, Zack Stoudt 1--7
PASSING
LATECH: Colby Cameron 13-27-180-1
MS: Zack Stoudt 8-19-73-1, Randall Mackey 6-18-106-0
RECEIVING
LATECH: Taulib Ikharo 3-34, Quinton Patton 3-33, David Gru 2-39, Hunter Lee 2-18, Myles White 1-47, Jacarri Jackson 1-5, Richie Casey 1-4
MS: Donte Moncrief 4-57, Brandon Bolden 2-66, Tobias Singleton 2-12, Enrique Davis 2-7, Derrick Herman 1-12, Jeff Scott 1-10, Ja-Mes Logan 1-9, Vince Sanders 1-6
 
Standings
TeamStandingsConferenceOverall
Louisiana Tech1st Conference USA West0-00-0

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