Friday, June 25, 2021

Wallace Puts All-American Senior Candidate on the Field

As the Rebels get set for their final push of the regular season, they take on the Arkansas Razorbacks this Saturday in Fayetteville.
Ole Miss has had a remarkable season with the first 7-0 start since the 1962 season. Coach Hugh Freeze and his staff have had serval big wins, including Alabama at home and Texas A&M on the road.
Senior quarterback Bo Wallace has orchestrated a stellar offense, passing for at least 254.5 yards per game, putting him third in the SEC for passing. Wallace has also tossed for a total of 22 touchdowns on the year.
In the past two seasons, Wallace has been named two-time MVP in the postseason at the BBVA Compass Bowl and Music City Bowl, leaving little question as to why Wallace could easily be an All-American.
Throughout his career of wearing the red and blue, he is the active SEC leader in career total offensive yards with 9,872 and racked up 8,894 passing yards and 62 passing touchdowns.
Wallace hails from Pulaski, Tennessee. Prior to coming to Ole Miss, he began his collegiate career with Freeze at Arkansas State then transferred Mississippi Gulf Cost Community College.

Courtesy of Ole Miss Athletics staff report