Posted by Adam Jacobi
Coming into today's action, most of the news about Ole Miss centered on the Jeremiah Masoli soap opera and Masoli's early playing time. When the game was 31-10 Ole Miss at the half and 31-13 after three quarters, few would have guessed there'd be any more drama.
But, uh, about that.
Jacksonville State charged back in the fourth quarter, scoring three touchdowns to one Rebels field goal to tie the game at 34. The tying score came on a 71-yard drive that started with under 3 minutes left, and that was capped with an off-balance two-point conversion throw by Marques Ivory.
Ole Miss did nothing more in regulation, and now the game goes to overtime. Giddyup.
UPDATE: Both teams traded touchdowns in the first overtime. Ole Miss now starts the second OT with the ball.