This past Saturday, the then-undefeated Ole Miss Rebels were looking for their fourth win of the season, this time on the road over a Crimson Tide team struggling offensively. The first half of the game looked like Ole Miss had a real shot, with the Crimson Tide only scoring two field goals in the first two quarters of play.

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However, the Alabama offense made adjustments at halftime and out-scored the Rebels 18 to 3 in the second half of play. The Tide finished the game with a total of 225 yards passing and rushed for 131 yards.

Jace McClellan made up 105 yards of that rushing total.

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The defense had some noteworthy moments as well.

Dallas Turner had two sacks, and both Tim Smith and Chris Braswell contributed with 1.5 sacks for a total of five on the day. The Tide closed the game out with a 24-10 victory over the Rebels.

Lane Kiffin, who is no stranger to social media, took to his X account (formerly known as Twitter) after losing again to his former boss Nick Saban.

One now-deleted message read, "Sorry to let you guys down."

"We blew that one!!," Kiffin continued. "Came to win and didn’t get it done. Put it on me not our players @OleMissFB also give credit @AlabamaFTBL played really hard exp of defense. I will miss this match up 👎"

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Kiffin kept it classy with his comments, giving credit to the Crimson Tide for playing hard.

The Tide travels to Starkville to face Lane's cross-state rival Mississippi State this upcoming Saturday. Those wishing to listen to the Alabama game can do so via Tide 100.9 or 95.3 The Bear - free in both the Apple App and Google Play stores.

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