Southeastern Conference

Terence Davis leads Ole Miss to 82-67 upset of No. 11 Auburn


Ole Miss (12-2, 2-0 Southeastern Conference) continued its run of strong play under first-year coach Kermit Davis after being widely picked to finish at or near the bottom of the league.


The Tigers could get no closer, with Davis, Buffen and Shuler hitting big shots to keep Ole Miss in front.


Ole Miss went on a 10-0 run midway through the first half to take a 25-14 lead and pushed that advantage to 13 points by halftime.


Auburn played better after the break, and Brown nearly single-handedly kept them in the game with his 3-point shooting, but he finally went cold and the Tigers couldn't keep pace.


Ole Miss: It was a huge win for the Rebels, who look like a very competitive SEC team through the conference season's first week.


At 6-foot-4, Davis had a huge game scoring and on the glass and is going to be one of the Rebels' most important players going forward.






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