Arkansas v. Ole Miss
November 9, 2005
won its first Southeastern Conference game of the year with a 28-17 victory over Ole Miss, improving the Razorbacks’ record to 3-6 overall and 1-5 in the SEC.
extended its lead in the Ole Miss series to 28-23-1 and is now 2-5 at Oxford.
True freshman Antwain Robinson played in his first game as a Razorback, making him the 18th freshman to suit up for Arkansas this year. UA has now played the most freshmen of any Division I school in the country.
Junior Jacob Skinner tied his career-long punt in the first quarter when he booted a 58-yard punt. His other 58-yard punt was against Florida in 2003. With his game total of 272 yards punting Skinner moved into ninth on the UA career punting yards list with 4,859 yards for his career.
Junior Randy Kelly earned his first-career interception in the first quarter, which he ran back 42 yards for a touchdown. It also marked UA’s 13th defensive TD since 1998 and second of the 2005 season.
For the third time in 2005 Arkansas gained two interceptions in a game. The Hogs also did it against Missouri State and Auburn.
Senior Vickiel Vaughn picked up his fifth-career and second interception of the year.
Sophomore Marcus Monk touchdown receptions in the third and fourth quarters moved into eighth on the UA career list with 12.
With his touchdown reception in the fourth quarter sophomore Peyton Hillis earned a career-high three TD catches.
Sophomore Jamaal Anderson picked up two sacks against the Rebels, giving him three-career sacks.
Freshman Ernest Mitchell recorded his first-career sack in the second quarter.
Junior Keith Jackson earned his first sack of 2005.
Senior Pierre Brown recorded his second sack of the year, giving him five for his career.
Sophomore Cedric Logan tied his career-high with two receptions.