ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Dexter McCluster gave Mississippi fans a
finale to remember, rushing for 182 yards and two touchdowns,
including the go-ahead 2-yard run on a direct snap with 4:03 left
as the Rebels beat No. 21 Oklahoma State 21-7 in the Cotton Bowl on
McCluster also had an 86-yard TD run in the second quarter after
the senior had already become the first Southeastern Conference
player with 1,000 yards rushing and 500 yards receiving in the same
Ole Miss (9-4) had five turnovers in the game, but Oklahoma
State had six in the fourth quarter, and seven overall.
The Rebels failed to capitalize on Kendrick Lewis' two
interceptions, but McCluster scored after a fumble to break a 7-7
tie. Patrick Trahan picked up another fumble and returned it 36
yards for a touchdown less than a minute later, then intercepted a
deflected fourth-down pass by Oklahoma State's Zac Robinson on the
The Cowboys (9-4) missed a chance for their first 10-win season
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