McCluster, who touched the ball a mere two times in a lopsided win over NAU a week prior, totaled school records in all-purpose yards (324) and rushing yards (282).
It was the most rushing yards allowed to a single player by Tennessee in 113 years of football, with McCluster finishing the game with four total touchdowns in a 42-17 win for the Rebels.
Shortly following the game, Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt talked of McCluster's performance and getting a big win for bowl eligibility.
McCluster followed Nutt at the podium, meeting with the media on his record-breaking day.
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