=== Ole Miss edges No. 6 LSU on last-second kick ===
 
 Oxford,  MS  (SportsNetwork.com) - Even with  a depleted defense, Ole Miss got
 its top-10 win.
 
 Andrew  Ritter's 41-yard  field goal  with  two seconds  remaining lifted  the
 Rebels to a 27-24 triumph over No. 6 LSU.
 
 The Tigers overcame a 17-0 second-half deficit and tied the game at 24-24 with
 3:19  left  after  Jarvis  Landry  hauled  in  a  4-yard  TD  pass  from  Zach
 Mettenberger.
 
 Unfazed, the Rebels' Bo Wallace led his troops down the field.
 
 Beginning the trek at the 15-yard line, Wallace scrambled for seven yards on a
 3rd-and-6  before  later converting a 3rd-and-11  with a 14-yard strike to Ja-
 Mes  Logan.  The Rebels moved across  midfield following a Wallace 10-yard run
 and I'Tavius Mathers' 12-yard rush put Ole Miss in field-goal range at the LSU
 30.
 
 Ritter snuck his kick just inside the right upright four plays later.
 
 "I  didn't want to let them and these unbelievable fans down. I just put it in
 God's hands and I was fortunate enough it went through," Ritter said.
 
 The   Rebels  (4-3,  2-3  SEC)  had  lost  three  straight  tilts  coming  in,
 including  two  against top-10 squads  -- a  25-0 defeat at top-ranked Alabama
 on  Sept. 28  and  a last-second  41-38  loss  to then-No.  9  Texas A&M  last
 Saturday.
 
 Ole Miss linebacker and leading tackler Serderius Bryant (concussion) and star
 freshman  defensive end (hamstring) were among a plethora of defensive players
 who missed Saturday's tilt.
 
 Wallace  was  30-of-39 for 346 yards,  while Jaylen Walton carried the ball 18
 times for 105 yards and two touchdowns in the victory.
 
 Zach Mettenberger completed 19-of-33 passes for 274 yards and a touchdown, but
 tossed  three  critical interceptions  for LSU (6-2,  3-2), which joined Texas
 A&M,  Georgia,  Florida and South  Carolina as ranked  SEC teams to drop games
 Saturday.
 
 "I  think we  had  a good  game  plan going  in, we  just  failed to  execute.
 Obviously,  you  can't go anywhere in  this conference, turn the ball over and
 expect to win. This game is really on me," Mettenberger said.
 
 Landry had seven receptions for 121 yards and a score in defeat.
 
 Walton's  2-yard TD scamper following his 17-yard reception capped the Rebels'
 opening  possession  of the second  half, which  gave the hosts their 17-point
 cushion.
 
 LSU,  though, responded with a pair of scores in a 3:07 span to get the Tigers
 back in it.
 
 Mettenberger  fired completions of 23 and 22 yards to Landry and Kadron Boone,
 respectively, before Kenny Hilliard plunged in from a yard out to conclude the
 8-play, 61-yard trek.
 
 Ronald  Martin  recovered a Mathers  fumble three  plays into the Rebels' next
 touch and Jeremy Hill's 3-yard TD run pulled the Tigers within 17-14.
 
 Walton  broke off a  26-yard TD run on the second to last play of the third to
 up the advantage to 24-14.
 
 Colby Delahoussaye nailed a 41-yard field goal to get LSU within 24-17 and the
 Tigers  blocked  a Ritter  29-yard boot  on Ole  Miss' next offensive sequence
 midway through the fourth.
 
 Earlier, Ritter's 28-yard field goal late in the first and Barry Brunetti's 3-
 yard  TD pass to Nicholas Parker early in the second accounted for the scoring
 in the opening half.
 
 Mettenberger was picked twice in the second quarter.
 
 Following  the  Parker score, Mettenberger was  intercepted in the end zone by
 Cody  Prewitt and  was picked  off again  on LSU's  next drive,  this time  by
 Charles Sawyer at the Ole Miss 11.
 
                                   Game Notes
 
 Ole  Miss outgained  the Tigers, 525-388 ... The Rebels were 11-of-18 on third
 down,  while  LSU finished 5-of-11  in those  situations ... Odell Beckham had
 five catches for 72 yards for LSU.
 
 
 10/20 03:07:40 ET