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Sep 19, 2015; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Mississippi Rebels quarterback Chad Kelly (10) reacts toward the end of the game against Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The Rebels defeated the Tide 43-37. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

Alabama Falls to Ole Miss

The second ranked team in the country, Alabama fell at home on Saturday night to Ole Miss. Crimson Tide Quarterback Jake Coker had an opportunity at the end, but his pass came up short and ended up as an Ole Miss Interception. The Rebels Offense took a big lead in the second half, leading to the crowd getting restless.

Alabama led in total yards, but Ole Miss had the plays including a stellar performance from Laquon Treadwell who had five receptions for eighty yards. Starting Quarterback Chad Kelly threw for three touchdowns. What did the Crimson Tide in was five turnovers, two from Coker. Several records fell on Saturday evening.

The Crimson Tide entered the game tied with Baylor for the most consecutive home wins at seventeen. The game marked the first time since 1988 that Ole Miss beat Alabama on their home turf.

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