Domination ! Domination ! Bama vs Ole Miss ....

- Ole Miss crossed midfield only once in the first half.

- In the first half, Ole Miss quarterback Jevan Snead completed only 2-of-12 passes for 14 yards, and he had 2 passes intercepted.

- The Tide intercepted 4 passes and held the Rebels to 212 yards.

- Ingram finished with 172 rushing yards on 28 carries (6.1 average), and scored the lone touchdown of the game.

- Leigh Tiffin hit field goals of 25, 21, 22, 21 and 31, one short of the single-game school record.

- Snead eventually completed 11 of 34 passes for 140 yards to go with the 4 pickoffs.

- Alabama held the Rebels to 19 yards and one first down in the first half.

- Alabama has now held four of six opponents under 88 yards in the first half.

- The five turnovers against Alabama were more than half Ole Miss’ season total of nine entering the game.

- In the second quarter alone the Rebels had three three-and-outs, with an interception and a blocked punt, to head into halftime with one first down, 19 totals yards on 22 plays, and a time of possession disadvantage of 21:03 to 8:57.

- “This is the fastest defense, if you went from one through 11 (players),” Nutt said. “From corners to safeties to linebackers to defensive linemen, this is the best I’ve seen.”

(Sources - Don Kausler Jr. - The Birmingham News, Chris Talbott - Associated Press Writer, Rivals.yahoo.com, Tommy Deas Executive Sports Editor - Tuscaloosa News)

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