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Game Summary: Soccer |
Rebels beat Red Raiders in 42-25 loss in Houston
houston – Ole Miss Football fought to the end, but the Rebels failed to overcome five turnovers in a 42-25 loss to Texas Tech in the TaxAct Texas Bowl.
Ole Miss outscored Texas Tech 558-484 on the night at NRG Stadium, but the Rebels scored five turnovers and lost 2-7 on 4-down attempts to end the 2022 campaign at 8. We finished with -5.
Jackson Dart Gained 427 total yards and accounted for 3 touchdowns to fuel the Rebel offense. Malik Heath With eight receptions for 137 yards and a one-handed touchdown on the highlight reel, he was his top target in the haul of the night. Despite Texas Tech’s determination to stop the vaunted rebel rush attack, Quincy Judkins When Zach Evans 128 combined rushing yards and 1 touchdown.
defensively, Tavius Robinson It was a massive night for the Rebels, forcing two fumbles in addition to a sack and a QB rush. Ashanti Citrun Leading the team with 12 tackles, Trey Washington Playing his best game in a Rebel uniform, he recorded nine tackles and his first career interception.
The Ole Miss offense looked sharp early on before stalling in Texas Tech territory after a failed fourth down conversion. The Red Raiders went on the attack, but a clutch interception by Washington in the endzone stopped them. This is the first pick of his career.
But after the Rebels’ offense failed to capitalize, Ole Miss’s defense gave quarterback Tyler Schoff a 2-yard score to put Texas Tech up 7–0 with 6:43 left in the quarter. was.
Ole Miss struck back quickly with a five-play, 75-yard drive that lasted just 77 seconds and finished with an 8-yard rushing score. Zach Evans Tie the game 7-7. Tech returned to Ole Miss territory, but the Rebel defense held up, forcing a 42-yard field goal to put the Red Raiders up 10-7 at 3:23.
Texas Tech continued their 16–0 run in the second quarter, starting with a darts interception score. Tech again made the most of the short field and Shooff again threw for two yards and a touchdown for the Reds. rice field. Texas Tech put it up 20-7 as he tackled another 32-yard field goal on their next drive.
On the ensuing ole-miss drive, a dart big hit rocked the ball and was recovered by Tech, once again reaching deep into Rebel territory. A down pass occurred and the Red Raiders led 26-7 with 28 seconds left after a failed two-point attempt.
Ole Miss hit first in the second half with an 11-yard pass from a dart to a wide receiver. Jordan Watkins A long 10-play, 80-yard drive followed by the 9:08 mark. However, his PAT failure following a false start gave the Red Raiders the advantage at 26-13.The rebel defenses, however, persisted as the edge of the defense Tavius Robinson forced his second fumble of the game and fellow lineman Jared Ivy I came up with recovery.
However, the Rebel offense again failed to capitalize on a Tech miscue, and the Red Raiders took the lead in the fourth after another 11-play, 71-yard long drive that ended with a 1-yard punch-in by Sarodric Thompson. extended, but a missed two-point try made it 32-13 with 13:20 to play. The Red Raiders made another 26-yard field tackle on his goal at the 9:36 mark, making it 35-13. Dayton Wade We groped deep in Tech territory and handed Rebel two personal foul penalties in a row.
Dart made it 35-19 in 7 plays, 7:35 plays, after a 7-play, 75-yard scoring drive followed by a bang in the endzone, followed by a gutsy 9-yard touchdown skipper. I put the rebels back on the board. Make a quick touchdown as a rebel.
Without a well-timed punch from the cornerback, Tech would have scored again Miles Battle Cam’Ron Valdez forced a fumble out of the back of the endzone for a touchback as he came back inches before the goal line.
senior wideout Malik Heath An acrobatic 19-yard touchdown catch from Dart with 3:10 left highlighted the big night, but the Rebels’ 2-point conversion attempt fumbled, making it a 10-point game.
After a botched two-point try, a 44-yard onside kick recovery return for a touchdown by Texas Tech’s Loic Foongi immediately poured cold water on Ouremis’ momentum to push the Red Raiders back to 42. A small comeback window slammed shut. -25 lead.