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2016 Schedule
5-7, 6th in Sun Belt
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Watch: Home Depot College Football Awards Show

Nine individual awards will be handed out, including the Maxwell Award for Player of the Year. This year's Maxwell finalists are Louisville QB Lamar Jackson, Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield and Michigan LB Jabrill Peppers. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Who will win the Lou Groza Award?

Zan Gonzalez is the NCAA record holder for career field goals at 96 and has made 17 straight this season. He's the overwhelming pick for Edward Aschoff, though Daniel Carlson's 146 consecutive PATs and Younghoe Koo's FBS record 19 field goals in a season deserve mention. Award show picks

Georgia Southern Head Coach Tyson Summers talks about win over Troy (1:13)
Johnson's 64-yard catch and run holds as winning TD (1:16)
Georgia Southern sneaks into end zone on reverse option (0:58)
Troy Head Coach Neal Brown discusses first half performance (0:43)
SVP's Week 14 CFB 'Winners' (1:44)
Trick play scores long TD for UL Lafayette (0:37)
Kelly leads Ole Miss to 37-27 win over Georgia Southern (2:03)
Breaking down Mississippi's 37-27 win over Georgia Southern (1:56)

Engram bounces off defender and scores

It hasn't been the prettiest first half for Ole Miss against Georgia Southern, but the Rebels now lead Georgia Southern 31-21 thanks to this 38-yard TD catch by Evan Engram.

Ole Miss TE Evan Engram spins off tackle for TD (0:40)

Georgia Southern takes it to the house

Matt Breida goes 68 yards to the end zone to put his team up two scores on Ole Miss. The Rebels would answer with a touchdown to make it 21-17.


Georgia Southern blocks Ole Miss punt

The Rebels' (3-5) woes are continuing early against Georgia Southern. The Eagles, already up 7-3, blocked this punt to set up a short field.

Watch: Georgia Southern at Ole Miss

The Rebels need a win to avoid their first four-game losing streak in Hugh Freeze's six seasons in Oxford. The Eagles are 1-10 vs. SEC opposition, beating Florida in 2013. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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