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Missouri beats Ole Miss 34-7

Missouri and Ole Miss met in football for the first time since 1979 (a 33-7 Mizzou win) on Saturday in Columbia, and the 27-year layoff didn't change things as the Tigers rolled 34-7 this time around.

Ole Miss won the opening coin toss and deferred. After Will Moseley kicked the football into the end zone, Missouri started on its 20 and drove 80 yards for a touchdown. And that was the way things went all day for the Ole Miss Rebels in a 34-7 loss to the Missouri Tigers before 51,112 at Faurot Field in Columbia, Mo. Most things worked for the Tigers. Most things didn't for the Rebels. Behind...

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