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Masoli leads Ole Miss past Green Wave

Ole Miss’ most important offseason acquisition single-handily led the Rebels to their first win of the 2010 season Saturday night at the Louisiana Superdome.

Senior quarterback Jeremiah Masoli continued to thrill the Ole Miss faithful by pacing the Rebels in their 27-13 win over Tulane with 281 yards and a touchdown passing while adding another 27 yards and a score on the ground. In a game where the Rebels (1-1 overall) failed to gain a single yard in the third quarter, it was Masoli’s early success and one long completion to Markeith Summers in the fourth quarter that made the biggest differences in the victory for a team that was bound and determined to put the disappointing overtime loss to Jacksonville State last week firmly behind them. (September 13, 2010, Page 1B)

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    1. [...] TODAY’S EAGLE: —It only took two games for Jeremiah  Masoli to show why he was worth the wait. On Saturday, the transfer almost beat Tulane by himself. —A win is a win, but as Sports Editor [...]

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