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Ole Miss LT Laremy Tunsil carted off in Peach Bowl

The Rebels' horrid offensive day continues.

The Ole Miss offense has been struggling against TCU in the first half of the Peach Bowl, and things have gotten worse for the Rebels. Star left tackle Laremy Tunsil, the team's best healthy offensive player, was carted off the field after his leg was rolled up on late in the second quarter of the game.

A two-year starter and two-time All-SEC selection, Tunsil was a highly regarded recruit coming out of high school who was a part of the Rebels' historic 2013 recruiting class. Tunsil was rated as the fourth-best player in the country and the best offensive tackle in the nation coming out of Columbia (Fla.), according to the 247Sports composite.

Ole Miss' other dominant offensive player, wide receiver Laquon Treadwell, was lost for the season earlier in the year after a gruesome leg injury. Quarterback Bo Wallace came up limp after a half-ending sack, and the Rebels trail 28-0 at the break.