Since the Ole Miss Rebels went into Tuscaloosa and upset the Alabama Crimson Tide earlier this season, the team hasn’t done a great job on the field. The Rebels have gone 2-2 since the upset win, barely beating Vanderbilt and losing to both Florida and Memphis two out of the last three weeks.
SEC Nation was in Tuscaloosa for the Tide’s game against Tennessee later on today and SEC analyst Tim Tebow talked about how the Rebels’ win could have been a bad thing for them.
Tebow said that beating Alabama was “the worst thing” that could have happened for Ole Miss.
Tim Tebow said beating Alabama was the "worst thing that could have happened to Ole Miss."
Said they've been going through the motions since
— Marq Burnett (@Marq_Burnett) October 24, 2015
Tim Tebow just said Ole Miss "got a little lucky with turnovers against Bama" on SEC Nation. Lol
— The Alabama Logo (@TheAlabamaLogo) October 24, 2015
In the game, the Rebels got a few lucky breaks on the crazy deflected pass that was caught by Quincy Adebojeyo for a touchdown. To say that the Rebels got lucky on the five turnovers may be a little much, but it certainly hasn’t shown up since then.
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