Jonathan Mingo, a senior wide receiver, had a record-breaking effort, helping the Ole Miss Rebels improve to 6-0.
The game was slow to start for the Rebels, who trailed Vanderbilt 20-17 at the break.
Ole Miss has a reputation for having a sloppy game opening this season. But following their victory over previously-ranked No. 7 Kentucky, it appeared as though the Rebels had overcome their early-season difficulties.
After two quarters of play this afternoon, the Commodores had the momentum and the Rebels were behind by three.
The Rebels took the lead early in the third quarter.
After trailing 20-10 in the second quarter, the Rebels came back to win the game for the fourth time in a row.
Ole Miss dominated the third quarter, outscoring Vandy 21-0 and outgaining them offensively by a margin of 217-31.
Despite having the ball for only 18 minutes and 43 seconds, the Rebels outgained Vanderbilt 591-403.
Ole Miss advances to 6-0(2-0 SEC) while Vanderbilt drops to 3-3 (0-2 SEC) .