Tuesday December 16th, 2014

Ole Miss Rebels vs. TCU Horned Frogs

TCU won a share of the Big 12 but was left out of the College Football Playoff after being dropped to sixth from third in the final rankings. The Horned Frogs will face Ole Miss is the Peach Bowl at Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Ole Miss is coming off an impressive victory in the Egg Bowl over Mississippi State and can lay claim as the only team to beat SEC champion Alabama this season.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

How to watch

Details for the Peach Bowl are below:

Kickoff: Dec. 31, 12:30 p.m ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here

TV coverage: ESPN

Radio: For a list of TCU affiliates, click here. For a list of Ole Miss affiliates, click here.

Season Recaps

TCU

12/6: TCU 55, Iowa State 3

TCU clinched a share of the Big 12 title behind Trevone Boykin’s 460 passing yards and four touchdowns. Boykin also caught a touchdown passes for TCU, which rolled up 722 yards of total offense. Iowa State, which went 3-18 on third down and had only 84 yards rushing, finished the season without winning a conference game.

11/27: TCU 48, Texas 10

Texas quarterback Tyrone Swoopes was intercepted four times, and the Longhorns turned the ball over a total of six times, leading to 24 points for TCU. TCU’s Trevone Boykin passed for two touchdowns and added a score on the ground. Josh Doctson caught seven passes for 115 yards for the Horned Frogs, who kept their Big 12 title hopes alive.

11/15: TCU 34, Kansas 30

TCU came back from a 27-17 third quarter deficit to defeat Kansas on the road. Trevone Boykin completed 26 of 36 passes for 330 yards, one touchdown and one interception, and Ty Slanina had six catches for 95 yards and a touchdown. Aaron Green led the way on the ground with 19 carries for 128 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

11/8: TCU 41, Kansas State 20

Quarterback Trevone Boykin threw for 219 yards and one touchdown and ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns, including one where he flipped over a defender into the end zone. Running back Aaron Green added 171 yards and one touchdown. The Horned Frogs' defense held Kansas State to just 34 rushing yards.

11/1: TCU 31, West Virginia 30

A TCU field goal as time expired gave the Horned Frogs a win over West Virginia, the third-straight close finish between the two teams after their previous two meetings went to overtime. With less than two minutes remaining, Trevone Boykin’s 40-yard pass to Kolby Listenbee helped set up the game-winning 37-yard field goal by Jaden Oberkrom.

Ole Miss

11/29: Ole Miss 31, Mississippi State 17

Bo Wallace threw for 296 yards and Jaylen Walton ran for 148 yards, including a 91-yarder to give Ole Miss a two-score lead. The Rebels held on the win the Egg Bowl for the second time in three years. Dak Prescott had 282 passing yards and one touchdown to De'Runnya Wilson, who had eight receptions for 117 yards. Fred Ross added six catches for 103 yards for the Bulldogs.

11/22: Arkansas 30, Ole Miss 0

Ole Miss was shut out by Arkansas and lost for the third time in four games. Bo Wallace completed just 16 of 31 passes for 231 yards and two interceptions in the loss. The Rebels had six turnovers and managed just 316 yards of total offense in the game.

11/8: Ole Miss 48, Presbyterian 0

The Rebels racked up 640 yards of total offense to crush the Blue Hose at home. Jordan Wilkins had 171 rushing yards and Mark Dodson added 128 yards as Ole Miss rushed for 402 yards and four scores. Ole Miss had four touchdowns of at least 60 yards.

11/1: Auburn 35, Ole Miss 31

Receiver Laquon Treadwell fumbled before he was able to score what would have been a potentially game-winning touchdown with 1:30 remaining, and Ole Miss dropped its second straight game. Bo Wallace threw for 339 yards and two touchdowns and added 56 yards and a score on the ground. Evan Engram, Vince Sanders and Treadwell each had at least 100 receiving yards.

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