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OLE MISS (7 - 5) vs. GEORGIA TECH (7 - 5)
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Week 17 Monday, 12/30/2013 3:15 PM
MUSIC CITY BOWL - LP Field - Nashville, TN
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233OLE MISS-3-3
OLE MISS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-5-0.26-66-630.413.7473.0(6.1)1.724.211.2376.5(5.3)1.7
Road Games2-3-22-32-323.08.0385.0(5.1)1.826.016.0370.2(5.1)1.6
Last 3 Games1-2-2.91-21-223.712.3482.3(6)2.320.710.3364.7(4.9)1.7
Grass Games0-3-4.20-30-310.74.3329.0(4.4)2.724.012.0368.3(5)1.7
OLE MISS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)30.413.724.129:2940-188(4.7)24-3863.1%285(7.5)78-473(6.1)(15.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.515.421.229:1838-176(4.6)19-3358.8%240(7.3)71-416(5.8)(15.1)
Offense Road Games23.08.021.627:3936-153(4.2)24-4059.8%232(5.8)76-385(5.1)(16.7)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.30.916.321.931:3940-189(4.7)19-3062.0%237(7.8)71-426(6)(13.8)
Defense Road Games26.016.020.432:2140-177(4.4)20-3262.5%193(6)72-370(5.1)(14.2)

GEORGIA TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-5-1.75-78-436.620.9440.7(6.2)1.822.710.7350.5(5.5)1.6
Road Games2-3-11-44-130.815.6443.4(6.1)2.635.417.0446.6(6.5)1.2
Last 3 Games1-2-21-23-043.727.3470.3(6.7)1.334.311.3413.3(6.2)1.7
Grass Games7-5-1.75-78-436.620.9440.7(6.2)1.822.710.7350.5(5.5)1.6
GEORGIA TECH - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)36.620.922.133:5055-312(5.6)7-1546.5%129(8.3)71-441(6.2)(12)
Opponents Defensive Avg.32.31919.630:1741-196(4.7)16-2855.4%203(7.3)69-399(5.8)(12.4)
Offense Road Games30.815.621.834:1254-313(5.7)9-1947.3%131(7)73-443(6.1)(14.4)
Defense (All Games)22.710.719.026:1031-107(3.4)20-3362.4%243(7.5)64-350(5.5)(15.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.513.620.130:4338-153(4)20-3458.9%241(7.1)72-393(5.4)(15.4)
Defense Road Games35.417.023.825:4835-157(4.5)23-3469.2%290(8.6)69-447(6.5)(12.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: OLE MISS 39.4,  GEORGIA TECH 34.8
OLE MISS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/28/2013@ MISSISSIPPI ST10-17L-4L53.5U35-11728-43-201443-9919-39-1972
12/30/2013*GEORGIA TECH            

GEORGIA TECH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/14/2013@ CLEMSON31-55L10.5L61.5O45-24815-26-192237-16823-30-3831
11/23/2013ALABAMA A&M66-7W-52.5W58O52-4282-6-48030-4714-31-2053
12/30/2013*OLE MISS            
OLE MISS: Hugh Freeze's fast-paced spread offense improved from 281 YPG in 2011 (116th in FBS) to 424 YPG last year (46th in FBS), and turned his 2-10 team into a 7-6 club. QB Bo Wallace (2,994 pass yds, 22 TD 17 INT; 390 rush yds, 8 TD) missed the spring due to shoulder surgery, but should be ready for the fall. His three top pass catchers all return with WRs Donte Moncrief (979 rec. yds, TD), Vince Sanders (504 rec. yds, 4 TD) and Ja-Mes Logan (490 rec. yds). So does star RB Jeff Scott (846 rush yds, 6 TD). The Rebels' tremendous D-Line (103 TFL, T-4th in FBS; 38 sacks, T-11th in FBS) will remain disruptive with the nation's top recruit in DE Robert Nkemdiche. His brother, LB Denzel (82 tackles, 3 sacks, 3 INT, 4 FF), was the star of last year's 4-2-5 set, along with LB Mike Marry (78 tackles) and CB Charles Sawyer (63 tackles, 8 PD).
GEORGIA TECH: The 7-7 Yellow Jackets lost top QB Tevin Washington and top RB Orwin Smith, but the multi-faceted offense (triple-option, spread-option and Pistol formation) should thrive with supremely athletic QB Vad Lee (544 rush yds, 9 TD; 596 pass yds, 4 TD). The nation's 4th-best rushing offense (311 YPG) will thrive behind an O-Line that returns everyone. That's great news for RBs David Sims (612 rush yds, 4 TD) and Robert Godhigh (429 rush yds, 4 TD), but the top returning WR, Darren Waller, had just eight catches in 2012. DE Jeremiah Attaochu (10 sacks) made a seamless transition from linebacker to one of the nation's premier pass rushers. He will anchor new defensive coordinator Ted Roof's 4-3 scheme, along with LB Jabari Hunt-Days (84 tackles) and rising CBs Jemea Thomas (86 tackles, 4 INT) and Louis Young.
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*Mississippi-Georgia Tech Preview* ==================================


Ole Miss (7-5) at Georgia Tech (7-5), 3:15 p.m. EDT

Like Georgia Tech, Mississippi is seeking to end an up-and-down season in positive fashion at the Music City Bowl.

The Rebels will also try to earn a school-record sixth consecutive postseason victory when they face the Yellow Jackets on Monday in Nashville.

Ole Miss secured its second bowl appearance in as many seasons under coach Hugh Freeze with a four-game win streak that started with a 27-24 upset of then-No. 6 LSU on Oct. 19. The Rebels, though, dropped their final two games, including a 17-10 overtime loss at rival Mississippi State on Nov. 28.

"Of course it hurt," defensive back Dehendret Collins said. "You have to bounce back and get ready for the bowl game."

Ole Miss (7-5) started the season 3-0 - capped by a 44-23 win at Texas on Sept. 14 - before losing its next three games to SEC powers Alabama, Auburn and Texas A&M. Georgia Tech also opened 3-0, including a 38-14 victory at eventual ACC Coastal Division champion Duke on Sept. 14, before dropping three in a row.

The Yellow Jackets rebounded to take four of their final six, but the only victory in the final three games was a blowout of FCS foe Alabama A&M on Nov. 23. They blew a 20-point lead in a 41-34 overtime loss to rival Georgia the next week.

Georgia Tech (7-5) is appearing in a bowl for the 17th consecutive year but had lost a program-worst seven straight before a 21-7 win over Southern California in last year's Sun Bowl. The Yellow Jackets are making their first trip to the Music City Bowl, about 250 miles from campus.

"To play a bowl game within driving distance for our fans, and to a high-quality opponent in Ole Miss, is a great opportunity," coach Paul Johnson said. "Ole Miss is a very talented football team and they are well-coached, so we certainly have our work cut out for us."

Freeze also expects to see many friendly faces in the crowd.

"I appreciate the unbelievable support Rebel Nation has provided our team, and I look forward to seeing a sea of Red and Blue in Nashville," said Freeze, whose program plays its home games four hours away.

Ole Miss last appeared in this bowl in 2000, losing 49-38 to West Virginia, but has since won five straight postseason games. The Rebels are 9-1 in the last 10, including a 38-17 victory over Pittsburgh in last year's Compass Bowl.

In its attempt at a school-record bowl win streak, Ole Miss will try to slow down Georgia Tech's triple option. The Yellow Jackets ranked sixth in the FBS with 311.7 rushing yards per game, and that doesn't bode well for a Rebels defense which surrendered an average of 188.4 against major conference opponents.

Tailback David Sims has a chance to become Georgia Tech's first player to run for 1,000 yards since Anthony Allen in 2010, having rushed for 846 with 11 touchdowns for a team that was 22nd in the FBS with 36.6 points per game.

The Rebels totaled just 20 points in their final two games as Bo Wallace failed to throw a touchdown pass and had four of his nine interceptions. The junior threw for only 17 TDs - five fewer than his sophomore year - but finished second in the SEC with 3,090 passing yards.

Laquon Treadwell earned SEC freshman of the year honors after making a team-best 67 receptions for 557 yards and five TDs. Treadwell was part of a highly touted class that included the nation's No. 1 recruit, defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche, and offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil.

Wallace will have to be weary of defensive end Jeremiah Attaochu, who registered 10 of his 12 sacks over the final five games and earned all-ACC first-team honors. Attaochu's 31 career sacks are tied for the most in school history.

Despite his efforts, the Yellow Jackets were second-to-last in the ACC against the pass, surrendering 243.5 yards per game. However, they ranked ninth nationally against the run (107.0 ypg) and in the top 30 in total defense (350.5) and points allowed (22.7 per game).

Ole Miss is facing Georgia Tech for the first time since a 41-18 rout in the 1971 Peach Bowl. The Yellow Jackets have won two of three all-time matchups.

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