OXFORD, Miss. -- Ole Miss' run onto the field to start the third quarter hardly went noticed by Rebels' fans.
It seemed as if LSU hardly noticed the Rebels either as the Tigers methodically drove down the field for two scores in the third to go up 49-3.
LSU drove down to the goal line before its second score and tried to get James Stampley into the end zone twice on running plays before going for it on fourth-and-goal. There was a fumble and Stampley still managed to score.
LSU is in grind-it-out mode now and will be looking to work the clock, get some young guys some action and hope no one gets hurt. It probably isn't even too early for the Tigers to start thinking about next Saturday's game against Arkansas.