By JAMES MORAN | Tiger Rag Editor
Clyde Edwards-Helaire put his right hand in the ground to keep his knees from touching down, and with three defenders hanging off of him, the tailback extended his left arm forward just far enough for the ball to cross the goal line.
One drive earlier, Nick Brossette kept his legs churning, spinning and squirming forward in search of daylight before popping out the other side of the pile and falling into the end zone for a touchdown of his own.
Grant Delpit got pancaked to the ground by Ole Miss running back Scottie Phillips on a slot blitz, but the do-it-all defensive back got to his feet and ran down quarterback Jordan Ta’amu for a drive-killing sack.
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