Rebels escape rain, prepare for Cajuns

“We need to win out, that’s our main goal and first objective and it has to begin Saturday,” quarterback Jeremiah Masoli said. “No more mistakes, stop shooting ourselves in the foot. We have to get it.”

Nutt’s message has resonated with his players. Using 2008 as an example, when Ole Miss won its last six games after starting 3-4, the Rebels believe some salvaging can occur. Other than – of course – improved play on the field, Ole Miss is focusing on keeping the team together and not letting outside derision impact the locker room.