OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Quan Prowell scored 25 points as Auburn beat Mississippi 90-78 Saturday to snap a five-game losing streak.
Trevor Gaskins had 15 points for Ole Miss (17-7, 3-7), which dropped its fourth consecutive Southeastern Conference game and the sixth in its last seven. David Huertas and Eniel Polynice had 13 points apiece.
Auburn took a 53-51 lead on a 3-point shot by Tolbert with 15:32 left and never trailed again. Auburn gradually pulled away and Ole Miss never got closer than seven points in the final 8 minutes.
Reed hit four 3-pointers and the Tigers were 10 of 20 on 3-point field goals, mirroring their play in an 80-77 win last month that sent the Rebels on their current skid. Once ranked as high as 17th in the nation, the Rebels are 4-7 since setting a school record with a 13-0 start.
Ole Miss led 43-42 at halftime, closing with a 19-9 run in the final 5 minutes. Huertas scored 11 points in the late flurry, wiping out 12-point leads by Auburn on two occasions.
The Rebels took their biggest lead, 47-42, with 18 minutes remaining, but Auburn responded with an 18-6 surge to take control.