Listen, no one expected the Rebels to win the SEC West. But they lost to an FCS team after holding a three-touchdown lead. Now we know why that waiver for Jeremiah Masoli was so important. Sure, we’ve seen teams lose to an FCS opponent and then turn the season around to an extent — 2007 Michigan being a perfect example. But it’s more often a sign of a two- or three-win season, and I’m not sure even the most pessimistic Ole Miss fan is ready for that. Fluke or harbinger?