Jacksonville State, Ole Miss Headed To Second Overtime

Underdogs Jacksonville State have forced a second overtime vs. Ole Miss in a bid to pull off a major upset.

Jacksonville State struck first in overtime, as Marques Ivory completed a seven-yard pass to Alan Bonner. Ole Miss answered when Brandon Bolden broke through for a touchdown of his own.

By the way, the Ole Miss quarterback on the field is none other than Jeremiah Masoli, who was cleared to play only yesterday.

The game is now tied, 41-41, after Ole Miss led 31-10 at the half.

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