No. 14 Mississippi beats mistake-prone No. 7 Kentucky 22-19
Austin Keys and Jared Ivey each forced fumbles in the final three minutes, both inside the red zone, and No. 14 Mississippi held off No. 7 Kentucky 22-19 on Saturday.
Keys and Ivey forced Wildcats quarterback Will Levis to fumble onmconsecutive possessions with AJ Finley and Tavius Robinson recovering both, respectively. Both plays stopped potential game-winning drives inside the 20 to preserve the victory for the Rebels. Jonathan Cruz’s go-ahead, 26-yard field goal late in the third quarter put Ole Miss up
22-19 and set the stage for the tense, frantic finish. Robinson's recovery with 58 seconds remaining sealed the win.