Three days have passed since Ole Miss' thrilling 74-67 comeback win over Alabama. However, if you ask around, its importance isn't lost throughout the Rebel locker room.
As he addressed the media Tuesday, fourth-year head coach Andy Kennedy recapped the critical conference win, while also looking ahead toward Thursday.
For the second time this season, Ole Miss meets in-state rival Mississippi State.
Thursday's matchup will be broadcast nationally on ESPN at 8 p.m. To open SEC action, Ole Miss fell at home, 80-75, to these same Bulldogs.
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Kennedy: 'Their backs were against the wall'
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