Due to sporadic offense and a leaky defense that surrendered season highs in points and yards, Ole Miss was buried 33-20 by Auburn Saturday.
With the loss, the Rebels drop to 5-3 (2-3 SEC) overall on the season and are now 6-7-1 in games played on Halloween.
Following head coach Houston Nutt after the game, junior quarterback Jevan Snead and senior cornerback Cassius Vaughn stopped by to speak with the media.
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