By John Davis, Oxford Citizen
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana — Bo Wallace didn’t want to talk about his last throw in Saturday’s 10-7 loss to No. 24 LSU Saturday night in Tiger Stadium.
Wallace’s first interception in SEC play secured a upset for the Tigers, who made the plays late to give the Rebels their first loss of the 2014 season.
The one-one-one throw that was intended for Cody Core in the end zone ended up in the hands of LSU’s Ronald Martin. Wallace would only say that Martin made a play on the ball, and he threw it because he saw a one-on-one matchup.
Ole Miss’ offense struggled to move the ball against the Tigers, netting just over 300 yards. Wallace was just 14-for-34 for 176 yards.
“It was very frustrating,” Wallace said. “We didn’t make the plays when we had to. It’s a crazy atmosphere, the craziest place I’ve played, so absolutely the crowd had a factor in it.”
As for the mood in the locker room, Wallace said that his teammates were thinking everyone was going to have one loss, and ready to keep going.
“We have Auburn coming to our place next week, and that’s what our minds are on right now,” Wallace said. “