Next up for LSU was a visit to Oxford Mississippi and the Vaught-Hemingway stadium.
First Quarter: Ole Miss quickly got on the board with a field goal from Shene from 45 yards with 12min 47sec to go. LSU QB Jefferson then threw an interception that was returned for 40 yards for a touchdown to Ole Miss. However the run was brought back due to an illegal block. After a blocked Ole Miss field goal Peterson picked up the ball on the Ole Miss 47 yard line and returned it for a touchdown to give the Tigers a 7-3 lead with 7min 52sec left. Ole Miss came back with another field goal, an eight play 62 yard drive to give Shene a 25 yard goal. Tigers advantage now cut to one point with 3min 37sec left. The back and forth nature of the quarter would continue as LSU would score the next points. An impressive drive that came after a 41 yard kickoff got LSU into Ole Miss territory. After two negative play's Jefferson took a big hit but connected with Randle for a 17 yard touchdown. With just 11se left in the quarter LSU lead 14-6.
Second Quarter: The teams then both traded field goals, Shene scoring from 33 yards and Jasper from 50 yards. With most of the quarter gone, LSU lead 17-9 with 2min 15sec to go. After an out of bounds penalty Ole Miss took over the ball on the LSU 47 yard line. After passes of 13 and 26 yards Ole Miss were on the LSU 8 yard line. Then on a third and goal Grady scored an end around. A missed two point conversion meant LSU still held the lead 15-15 by the half time whistle.
Third Quarter: No scoring in this quarter unfortunately.
Fourth Quarter: After swapping punts, Ole Miss advanced to the LSU 1 yard line to put them in a scoring position. Starting at the LSU 44 yard line, McCluster then took a handoff to go over from 27 yards out to give Ole Miss the lead 22-17 with 13min 33sec to go. Shene then added his fourth field goal of the game from 23 yards, after a 15 play 60 yard drive, this took 8min 26sec off the clock. So with 3min 42sec LSU trailed 25-17.