It's not quite time to turn off the upset alert for the Razorbacks, but the game has suddenly become much more promising for Arkansas fans and much more depressing for those who follow the already-beleaguered Rebels. The Hogs have taken a lead at 24-17 late in the third quarter, and apparently have the momentum on their side, which anybody who plays NCAA Football on XBox or Playstation can tell you is a huge deal.
Arkansas moved the ball 56 yards on its first drive to set up a field goal, then rode a 37-yard pass from Tyler Wilson to Joe Adams to set up first and goal from the Ole Miss 1. Wilson then took the ball in from there.
Ole Miss had a chance to retake the lead on what looked to be about a 50-yard pass from Randall Mackey to Donte Moncrief, but officials said it was incomplete and replays backed it up. It took five plays on the subsequent Arkansas drive -- a 67-yard pass to Adams and four rushes capped off by Wilson -- to take the lead.
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