OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Mississippi has its starting quarterback.
Running back is a lot more uncertain.
Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt named Zack Stoudt the No. 1
quarterback on Monday afternoon, two days after Stoudt completed 13
of 25 passes for 140 yards in the Rebels' 14-13 loss to BYU on
The 6-foot-4, 217-pound junior replaced Barry Brunetti in the
Stoudt's performance gives Ole Miss optimism heading into its
upcoming game against Southern Illinois.
But questions remain at running back after Nutt said starter
Brandon Bolden is out for the near future because of a "slightly"
fractured ankle. Backup Enrique Davis has what Nutt called a
hyper-extended knee and is also doubtful for the Southern Illinois
Sophomore Jeff Scott and junior Devin Thomas are next in line to
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