ScoutTV Presents: Postgame Interviews

In reality, Ole Miss entered Saturday's 11 a.m. matchup with Tennessee knowing its bowl hopes were in jeopardy. But as the 2009 season has proven thus far, when it doubt, give the ball to mister-do-everything Dexter McCluster. View the video inside.

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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