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January 19th, 2021

outback bowlTAMPA, Fla. — In a season filled with uncertainty, fireworks, heartbreak and adversity, the Ole Miss Rebels restored their rich tradition of postseason football, earning their first bowl bid in five years. Lane Kiffin's squad made the most of it, putting together a valiant effort in Raymond James Stadium to knock off the No. 7 ranked Indiana Hoosiers 26-20 in the 2021 Outback Bowl, concluding the 2020 football season with their first bowl win since the 2016 Sugar Bowl. "Really an awesome day for us, coming down here, being out of a lot of players. Glad to come away with this against the No. 7 team. Credit to our players.

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There were teams around the country stepping up with players out. I told our players 'Why can't we be one of those teams?' Really cool for our seniors to go out like this," said Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin. Down four key playmakers on offense, the Rebels totaled 493 yards of total offense against one of the nation's top defenses. Matt Corral completed 30 of 44 passes for 342 yards and two scores through the air. He became the fifth in school history to eclipse the 3,000 yard mark and tied Eli Manning for third in school history with 29 touchdown passes single season.

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