By John Davis, Oxford Citizen
Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze was more pleased with the complete effort his Rebels delivered in a 41-3 win over Vanderbilt at LP Field.
The No. 18 Rebels started fast and finished just as well as they did against Boise State in the opener. Quarterback Bo Wallace threw for 320 yards, while the running game mustered three touchdowns and 180 yards.
Ole Miss’ defense was also stout, again, holding the Commodores to just 176 yards. Cliff Coleman also returned a Stephen Rivers pass 39 yards for a touchdown at the start of the third quarter to give the Rebels all the momentum, and a 27-0 lead.
Here is Freeze following the game, with his thoughts on the way Wallace played as well as how the overall team fared.